Katharine Jeanette Clark
2621 Haste StJanuary 23, 1914.BerkeleyCal.My Dear Mr. Muir;Mrs. Whitney (my teacher) read us your book of Stickeen and it was very interesting. I am one of the Berkeley Elementary School pupils and we thought we would write to you. I am sending a picture that I drew of Stickeen on the sliver bridge and you trying to help him up the high bank. I was so sorry to hear that Stickeen was stolen, and I hope he has a happy home now as he did when he went on that trip. I hope you will write to me and if you should have any little picture of Stickeen I would very much lik to have one and if you haven't maybe you could draw me a little tiny picture of him. There are only05688
eight of us in this school.Well I must close as the rest of the children are writing to you.Yours truly,Katherine Jeannette Clark.2621 Haste St.BerkeleyCalifornia.
1914 Jan 23
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Clark, Katharine Jeanette, "Letter from Katharine Jeanette Clark to John Muir, 1914 Jan 23." (1914). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6478.
Reel 22, Image 0099
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