Los Angeles, California.Sixth Grade Hoover St. S,May 26, 1910.Dear Mr. Muir - Teacher read us "Stickeen," and we enjoyed it very much.We all wondered why you did not take Stickeen with you, after you had become so attatched to him.There was much guessing as to the reason, so we decided to write and see if you would please tell us why.Would you please write and tell us if it is not too much trouble.Yours trulyJesse Gray.P.S. I had a very small dog that answered the discription of Stickeen, "to a dot", but it was not04767 (7)
[1910 May 26]
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 16 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0407
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