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Letter from Carl Hayden to Horace M. Albright regarding the grazing rights of Bankhead and Henderson.
Letter from Carl Hayden to George C. Bolton on behalf of Bankhead and Henderson in regards to their sheep grazing permit.
Letter from Nathan Bankhead to Carl Hayden concerning his sheep and the accusations of Horace M. Albright.
Letter from Carl Hayden to George Kimball regarding the grazing rights of Bankhead and Henderson.
Letter from George W. Kimball to Carl Hayden with an enclosed map detailing the cattle and sheep allotments on the portion of the Tusyan Forest next to the Grand Canyon. Listed are names of permit holders in both stock and allotment that are most likely to trespass into the park. The names are: W. F. Griffin, W. W. Bass, H. R. Lauzon, Swanner and Griffin, Bankhead and Henderson, Martin Buggeln, Babbitt Brothers, Sanford Rowe, and P. D. Berry.
Letter from Carl Hayden to Bankhead and Henderson informing the company that their sheep can continue to graze inside the national park boundaries for the year 1923 as long as they obey the permit rules. Hayden issues a warning that at a certain point no cattle or sheep will be allowed to graze inside the park.
Letter from Field Assistant Horace M. Albright to Carl Hayden requesting letters to be drafted in regards to the grazing of sheep and cattle on national park lands. Bankhead and Henderson are singled out as not keeping to their permit restrictions.
Letter from Carl Hayden to H. F. Robinson with attached notes from W. W. Bass and C. H. Gensler. Hayden solitices advice concerning the Havasupai Tribe needs for grazing and access to natural resources.
Letter from C. H. Gensler to Carl Hayden asking for a meeting in regards to the Havasupai pasture land in light of the national park bill.
Letter from Carl Hayden to C. H. Gensler informing him of a trip to the Grand Canyon to discuss the Havasupai Tribe grazing lands.