Henry T. Finck
Our California trip seems a pleasant dream now. The Pacific Coast beats the Atlantic "all hollow".We are having the busiest season in my experience. This letter was to have been written two weeks ago, but lectures & magazine articles added to my regular work have delayed it.Hoping you are as well as we are I am, with kind greetings from my wife & myselfYours CordiallyHenry T. Finck[letterhead]Feb 15, 10Dear Mr. MuirI am sending you today the February Scriber, in which you will be glad to see my remarks on the Hetch Hetchy Grab. I do hope also that you will endorse my reasoning in behalf of "Mt. Tacoma". The word Rainier has the same effect on me as a red rag on a bull!-I [illegible]ered to take up the Hetch-Hetchy matter soon again in the Post.04703
1910 Feb 15
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