Frank P. Flint
[illegible]MR. TALIAFERRO, MR. SMITH, MD., MR. SIMMONS, MR. HUGHES. MR. JOHNSTON,SOL. N. SHERIDAN, CLERK.CARL V. KING, ASS'T CLERK.United Stated SenateCOMMITTEE ON INTEROCEANIC CANALS.March l, 1911.My dear Mr. Muir:I am sending you herewith for your information copyof bill introduced by me to set aside the Kings-Kern addition to the sequoia National Park in California as proposed by the Sierra Club of California. I am likewise enclosing a copy of a letter received by me to-day from the Secretary of the interiorwith reference to the bill. I asssre you that I have been veryglad to be of service to those interested in this matter.Yours truly,[illegible]Mr. John Muir,325 West Adams Street,Los Angeles, California.Enc.04696
[Washington, D. C.]
1911 Mar 1
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