B. H. Royce
their necks broken when they reach the bottom! Mountain peaks, mule deer, sage hens, burros and mountaineer, burst through the text very much as a circus girl jumps through a paper hoop. The girl looks pretty and triumphant; the hoop is ruined until covered again! Hoping that the spell your magic pen will in future weave around your readers will not be rudely broken by the printer or artist's whims.I am very trulyYour indebted [illegible]B.H. Royce
1889 Jul 13
Original letter dimensions: 21 x 13.5 cm.
Reel 06, Image 0173
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