[Enos A.] Mills
Martinez, Cal. Aug 14, 1912My dear Mr Mills:I am glad to hear of your continued good health & good work in the cause of saving samples of God's best mountain handiwork for the benefit of humanity & all our fellow mortals vertical or horizontal. Strange that the government is so slow to learn the value of parks.I'm quite well, & had a good time abroad tho hard.It was on what is now called "The Brady Glacier" that Stickeen was so terribly [tried?].With all good wishes I amFaithfully yoursJohn Muir
1912 Aug 14
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