[Robert Underwood] Johnson
107San Francisco- June 30, 1910—Dear Mr Johnson:Mighty glad to hear from you. Everything in the Hetchy Yosemite Park battle looks fine for our side, & black for the robbers.As to books; if you were president of the Company you would be welcome to them all.I'm very sorry over Owen's sad loss. My best loved sister died on the 22d. No end of sorrow these late days.Don't my dear Johnson work too hardEver faithfully your friendJohn Muir
1910 Jun 30
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