R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
[letterhead]Home.Feb. 22, 1909Dear Muir:I think we must now work for a re[illegible]tion of the Garfield grant by the new administration. I know the new attorney [illegible]. Mr. Wickerhaw and shall see him to-morrow. The new Secy. of the Interior, R. A Ballinger, hails from Seattle. The Phelan crowd will of course try to c[illegible] him. His address as give[n?] in "Who's Who for 1907" is Alaska Building Seattle. It might be well to say to him - for you to say to him - that the question will probably come04445
1909 Feb 22
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