Los Angeles, Calif.,6th grade, Hoover St. School,May 26, 1910.My Dear Mr. Muir:Our teacher has just finished reading your book "Stickeen" to us and we enjoyed it very much. We were very anxious to see if the dog would get across the bridge and thought it wonderful the way he did it, especially the last part of it. We liked the whole book and the way he jumped the crevasses without taking much attention of them.We were surprised that you didn't take him with you. We could not find other way so we thought we would write a letter to you and try to find out that way.Yours respectfully,Earl Demond.04767 (3)
[1910 May 26]
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 16 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0403
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