Correspondence after the City Beautiful Movement
After Mira Dock was appointed to the Pennsylvania Forestry Commission in 1903, she would go one to become one of the most active members of her time. She would travel to municipal forestry commissions to examine and guide their work, be involved in work with Governor William Stone and Commission Chairman Joseph Rothrock to acquire land for preservation. She moved out of Harrisburg in 1905, and would travel into the Capital to attend monthly Commission meetings. Despite not being present during much of the City Beautiful Movement, she still had a vested interest in her hometown, and seeing that it got the national attention it deserved.