Sixth Grade, Hoover St. School,Los Angeles, Cal.,May. 26, 1910.My Dear Mr Muir:We are very much interesting of your book "Stikeen", which was our teacher has been reading for us, and just through with the story at few week ago. We were very sorry about the lost of Stikeen and wounder why you did not take him with you. if he was so acquainted and be loved with you. We are curious to know why. Will you be so king to write us about it when you have a time?Your respectfullyMasal Kitagawa04767 (2)
[1910 May 26]
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 16 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0411
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