David Starr Jordan
PURPOSES: To preserve from destructive invasion our National Parks-Nature's Wonderlands. To enlist the support and co-operation of all organizations and individuals interested in such preservation and to publish and [Illegible] information to accomplish these objects.SOCIETY FOR THE PRESERVATION OFNATIONAL PARKSCALIFORNIA BRANCH 302 MILLS BUILDING SAN FRANCISCODirectors of California BranchMR. JOHN MUIR, President, MartinezDR. WM. F. BADE, Vice-President, BerkeleyMR. W. S. GOULD, OaklandMRS. JAS. B. HUME, BerkeleyMR. CHAS. KEELER, BerkeleyPROF. J. N. LECONTE, BerkeleyMRS. KATHARINE MILLER, BerkeleyPROF. W. C. MORGAN, BerkeleyMR. E. T. PARSONS, San FranciscoREV. WM. T. PATCHELL, San JoseMR. WILLOUOGHBY RODMAN, Los AngelesMR. GEO. EDWARDS, Secretary, 302 Mills Building, S. F.MRS. R. V. COLBY, Treasurer, 302 Mills Building, S. F.Advisory CouncilMR. ALLEN CHAMBERLAIN, BostonMR. ASAHEL CURTIS, SeattleMR. HENRT E. GREGORY, New YorkMR. ROBERT UNDERWOOD JOHNSON, New YorkMISS HARRIET MONROE, ChicagoMA. J. HORACE MCFARLAND, Harrisburg, Pa.MR. JOHN W. NOBLE, ST. LouisMR. ALDEN SAMPSON, New YorkMR. C. H. SHOLES, PortlandMR. EDMUND A. WHITMAN, BostonSan Francisco, Nov. 37, 1909.President David Starr Jordan,Stanford University, Cal.Dear Mr. Jordan:-I respectfully call your attention to the enclosed pamphlet. Any help you may give us will be gratefully appreciated.Faithfully yours,[Illegible]STANFORD UNIVERSITY ARCHIVESPhotocopy - for reference use onlyPublication of this manuscriptrequires permission from theStanford University ArchivesSC/# 58 Date 11-11-82
1909 Nov 27
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