Los Angeles, Cal.,Sixth Grade, Hoover SchoolMay 26, 1910.My Dear Mr. Muir;The teacher has just finished reading your book "Stickeen" to us. This was the second time I had heard it, and like it very muchI am not asking you for another book, although I would like to have one, but about Stickeen. I would like to know why you did not bring Stickeen to California with you, so your readers could see him too.Your interested reader,James T. Boyle04767 (11)
[1910 May 26]
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 16 cm.
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