Creator

Frank N. Bond

Creator

Frank N. Bond

Recipient

James Donohue

Transcription

"L" DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
GENERAL LAND OFFICE,
WASHINGTON, D. C.,

JANUARY 25, 1907.

[illegible]

Mr. James Donohue,
Adamana. Arizona.

Sir:

Mr. John Muir, of Martinez, California, has referred me to you, as one who knows about the location of the Petrified Forest remains northeast and north of Adamana. This office has received requests to add these remains to the Petrified Forest National Monument created last month by proclamation of the President, copy herewith. It is desired that the least amount of land necessary to include these petrified remains be segregated, and it is not necessary that these tracts shall be contiguous. Will you please indicate upon the en­closed blue-print the sections and parts of sections which in your judgment should be reserved, keeping in mind that it is desired to reserve no land that is unoccupied by petrefactions. I will be greatly obliged for this information. I have written Mr. Stevens and Mr. Hana of Adamana, a request to the same effect.
Very truly yours,

[illegible]
Chief of Drafting
Division.

06230

Location

Washington, D. C.

Date Original

1907 Jan 25

Source

Original letter dimensions: 27 x 20.5 cm.

Resource Identifier

muir16_0587-let.tif

File Identifier

Reel 16, Image 0587

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