R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
J. M. 4that you, and if possible Colby, should "be in Washington early in December to go before the Committee on Public Lands. I was told that our opponents are using money with correspondents in Washington; but the right will prevail.Faithfully yours,R. U. JohnsonAssociate Editor.Mr. John Muir.I have collected a lot of material about the Pioneers of Conservation but nothing from John Muir. What do you know about the origin of the old Yosemite park? Apparently Olmsted was the prime mover.04591
1909 Sep 22
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