Los Angeles Cal.,Sixth Grade, Hoover St. School,May 26, 1910.My Dear Mr. Muir:Our teacher just finished reading Stickeen to us and we were all very much interested in it. We think Stickeen was a wonderful dog but we do not see why his master did not give him to you because he was so fond of you. We were very sorry that he got lost. Would you mind sending us a short letter if it is not to much trouble telling us why you did not take him with you.Yours respectfully,Hadassah Thomas.04767 (5)
[1910 May 26]
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 16 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0419
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