R. L. Scafie
[A][in margin: As you know, twelve copies of the book are at your disposal free of charge. We should be glad to know whether you wish the eleven which we are holding for you sent to New York or distributed among your friends. If you will kindly give us instructions we will send the volumes wherever you wish.]"Allen Chamberlain, suite 430 Pinckney St Boston Mass1 Prof William L. Phelps110 Whitney AvenueNew Haven Conn.2 Prof Henry F. Osborn850 Madison Ave. New York3 Miss Betty Averell325 East AveRochester N. Y.4 Mr Thos Price120 BroadwayNew York City[in margin: Mrs Fred H. [Jones?]]Mrs Vernon L. KelloggCarmel Monterey Co Cal 12[in margin: Very truly yours,]Houghton Mifflin Co.Mr Stephen T Brooks 5Brooklyn N. Y.Mrs Thomas R. Hanna 7Martinez CalMrs Buel A. Funk, Daggett Cal 8Kath Hooker 325 W. Adams St 9Harrington Putnam 404 Washington Ave 10Brooklyn N Y05339
Original letter dimensions: 13.5 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 20, Image 1603
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