Richard B. Watrous
William F. Bade
Body-2to the INDEPENDENT for a copy of the issue because I want to keep it in my office.] Mr. McFarland and I recently had a very pleasant visit with Mr. Ballinger to discuss the general subject of state parks. In writing to him a few days ago, I asked him if he had seen the editorial you mentioned and ventured to tell him that I presumed it was written by Dr. [Body?]. Sincerely yours, Richard B. WatrousRBW-DFS Secretary. 06305
Washington, D. C.
1910 Oct 22
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