M. T. Stevens
William F. Bade
M. T. STEVENS, Chief Sanitary EngineerFLETCHER E. SMITH, D. V. S., Chief Meet Inspector A. N. HENDERSON, Chief Milk InspectorJ. E. CRICHTON, M. D.,COMMISSIONER OF HEALTHA. A. BRAYMER, Chief Clerk end SecretaryJAMES MclNTTRE. Chief Plumbing InspectorJAMES F. MeOEE, Chief Quarantine OfficerThe City of SeattleWashingtonDEPARTMENT OF HEALTHAND SANITATIONSeptember 21, 1912.Prof. William JT. Bade,Sierra caul), 402 Mills Bldg., San iEransisco. California.Dear Sir:-in response to your letter of recent date to Dr. Crichton, our Commissioner of Health, I take pleasure in sending you herewith copies of our state laws, and city regulations governing the Cedar River water-shed.Trusting the same will reach you promptly, I remainVery respectfully yours,[illegible]Chief Sanitary Engineer.MTS/GIA.[illegible]1904.06325
1912 Sep 21
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
Stevens, M. T., "Letter from M. T. Stevens to William F. Bade, 1912 Sep 21." (1912). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6365.
Reel 20, Image 1327
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