[George W.] Stewart
Martinea, May 7th, 1903
Dear Mr. Stewart:-
I have no objection to the use of extracts from my letter on Mt. Whitney in your Club Journal.
I thank you for calling my attention to the canon running parallel to Kern Canon, and to the canon of the Little Kern, both of which I must some time examine.
I shall not be with the Sierra Club this year. After the President's visit to Yosemite May 15th to 13th I expect to make a long trip to Russia, Manchuria, Japan, Java etc to learn what I can , sailing from New York May 29th, reaching San Francisco perhaps about the end of the year.
Your article on the Poetry of the Polyneaians I have read with great interest. It deserves a place in a better magazine. Sometime you should write a little book on these lovely islands and their inhabitants. Interest in them is growing and will grow for many coming years.
I am glad your Club is flourshing. You should gain many members from the south end of the State, and all Fresno should be with you.
Remember me to all the Visalia friends
I met last year.
Goodbye, Ever faithfully yours.
1903 May 7
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