Kishobo EstatesNjoroB. E. A.Dear Mr. MuirThough I have not yet answered to your letter of 22nd Sept. 13, you must not think I did not intend to, I have been rather busy and had several trips all over the country which kept me backward with my correspondence, I am sending you 51. photos which I hope may help you to illustrate your book, the printing is very poor, my outfits being rather old, should they be useless to you I will try to send you something better later on when I get fresh material, you will notice my old dog on good many photos, the good old fellow is still my best friend here but I am afraid he wont be able to follow me during my wanderings, he cant keep it up now though when we are on game he [manages?] to be here at the kill and is still05656
Njoro, B[ritish] E[ast] A[frica]
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