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    Joseph Pulitzer Jr. Thanks a Foxhunter-Editor for "Valuable Leads." Typed Letter Signed, 1 page, 7" x 10.5", on the letterhead of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St. Louis, February 2, 1928. To Richard Ely Danielson of "The Sportsman." Tallyho! Here Pulitzer, poised to take the newspaper business he inherited into a modern media company, thanks the editor of an amateur sports- who is, more importantly, Master of the Groton Hunt - for a letter. "It contains many valuable leads," he declares, "and we all here in the office appreciate the trouble you have taken to help us out." From the Henry E. Luhrs Collection. Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    February, 2006
    20th-21st Monday-Tuesday
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