William H. Rideing
graph will be paid by [illegible] Appleton on delivery. Thanking you in advance for your kindness. I amYours Sincerely, William H. [Riding?]. 01075Youth’s Companion. Boston. August 29, 82.My dear Sir: -I have taken the liberty of using some [illegible] from [an?] article on Mountain Sheep in a book of mine which the [illegible – Appleton are about to publish, giving you full credit, of course,
1882 Aug 29
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