Los Angeles California.Sixth Grade, Hoover St. School,May. 26, 1910.Dear Mr. Muir,— Our teacher has just finished your story of "Stickeen". The first thing that the children asked after she had finished was, "Why didn't Stickeen's master give the dog to Mr. Muir since they was so attached to each other". There being no way of finding out except by asking you I thought I would ask of you. If not inconvenient please write in answer to this letter to Hoover St. School, Los Angeles California.Your's respectfully,Wilbur Parker.04767 (8)
[1910 May 26]
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 16 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0413
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