R. B. Marshall
W. E. C. 2I also asked at the Department when I might expect to get the list of national parks and monuments to he sent to Mr. Muir in response to his letter which you kindly sent me; it is now thought this list can he sent me in a few days.Mrs. Marshall would be only too glad to join you on the summer}s outing but 3000 miles and a government salary stand in the way. With kindest regards,Yours verv sincerely,[illegible]Chief Geographer.04508
Washington, D. C.
1909 May 25
Original letter dimensions: 26.5 x 20.5 cm.
Reel 18, Image 0486
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