E[dward] T. Parsons
Martinez, Jan. 5, 1909Dear Mr Parsons:Many thanks for your many telling effective letters for the preservation of our great Sierra park The heaviest of the work is now on your & Mr Colby's shoulders. I have written as you suggest to Mr Goethe & the Edition Oregon[illegible]. My throat is much better, & I hope to see you ere long, or as soon as this dismal fog rises.With kindest regards to Mrs ParsonsFaithfully yours, John Muir
1909 Jan 5
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