Henry T. Finck
3but it must be finished by the middle of October. In it I want to refer to the Hetch Hetchy. I saw your article in the Sierra Club Bulletin. Have you written anything since, and where could I find it? What is the present outlook, & when will congress act? I hope my article will not be too late to help along the good cause. If you have time to answer my questions, please address me at 485 Manhattan Ave., New York. I shall be there on October 3.We recall with much pleasure the hours we spent at your house & only regret that yu were to busy to go with us the next day to see Luther Burbank. – My present trip has convinced me it is high time for me to bring out a new edition of my "Pacific Coast Scenic Tour". With kindest messages from Mrs. Finck and myself, I am yours sincerelyHenry T. Finck.
Banff, Alta., Canada
1909 Sep 20
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