Twenty-ThreeWest Twenty-FourthStreet, New YorkRecreationMagazineWm .E. AnnisPublisherTelephoneMadison Sq. 4889-2-desired action. Upon receipt of an acceptance from you I will have pleasure in handing you more complete information. I sincerely trust that you will at least allow your name to be used on the general committee for the purpose of showing the people that it is a serious effort. to protect our most typical American animal for the future generations of Americans. Any suggestions you may have to offer will be appreciated by me very much. Very truly yours, [illegible]EDITOR OF RECREATION. 03572
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