[Robert Underwood] Johnson
Martinez, Oct. 28, 1896My dear JohnsonI am home & settled after a long eventful summer I suppose ere this You have seen Sargent & know where we have been & the work we have done. I fondly hope that now something permanent will be done for the management of our grand woods.The parks of the Sierra are in Capital order & if the authority of the military could be extended over the Sierra reservation it would be as well cared for as the parks without calling for a single soldier more or the expense of another dollarI mean to tackle that old dog story soonWith best wishesEver Yours John Muir10020
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