[in margin: F.G.]Martinez, Cal. Feb. 11, 1910—449Dear Mr. Greenslet,I've been looking over a journal of my first summer in the Sierra which, I suppose is the manuscript you refer to in your letter of Jan. 5. Whether it contains anything worth while, or available as you editors say, I don't know. I hope ere long to let you see some of it.We are having a hard fight on the Hetch Hetchy dam scheme. I wish you would come to our help by writing the President & Secretary Ballinger & the Chairman of the Public Lands Committees, if you have not already done so. We must keep protests flying about them thick as storm snow flakesFaithfully yoursJohn Muir8
1910 Feb 11
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