such answers as you will, to the few questions.1st - will you not on the title-page below John Muir, write your name.2d And will not the dedicatee write her name on the ordicatory page.3 - In what - if you chance to know - did Dr. Holland's poem first appear.4th on the false title-page (wh. bears the word Stickeen) - may I beg you to say under what title and where and when the story was first published. (I have a copy of it separately bound).
[ca. 1909] Apr l
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 24.5 cm.
Reel 18, Image 0336
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