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A. T. Phillips to All Outdoors, Inc., November 25, 1921

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  • In a letter to All Outdoors on November 25, 1921, A. T. Phillips sends $1 in hopes of receiving a tin of Yerba Mate that he read about in the 1919 article “Roving with Kephart.” He also expresses appreciation for Kephart’s writings and wishes the magazine had more contributors like him.
  • miuam luuotam a-., spokting m®m Terrell, Taxes. MMF« 25, 1121. ALL WriMORS, !!«!. 47 WJff 4fth «. S!W TOJK CHf, 8»f» I» 2a year iasue of 0*t©8»r 1910 under "Roving with RspharV ths subject of *f*t%l Mate* appealed t;> »« at feeing a find for a ram, during eeawaleseawee, and ether uses. 1 aislald this Issue and only found It » few'days a#>, .alter eaeh«aftg it so throtiihly, 1 ©ould»*t find it ayaelf. 1 »=i leaving imfiw days far *e«ta Ms** for the Hills, «aae— mlpter Had iron latter* and 1 east a tin *f Tarhe Sat* »ers thea anything els* a th© world right mm to taks with a*. . ia th* artiela la your issue aoa*e referred to, yea stats that a tin of sheet Z lbs rstails at #1.00. 2 an sasloaiag l^iowrrsaay), and If there shsuld he say s/tooets, ia oris*,, please ssad It aarasl post ^Jg^JI* Sml JEffjr djUti as 2 mat this Just as <plokly m possible. 2 osrtaialy wish th* outdoor sv>,*pgin*s had mora Goatrilv- ters iiko Ksuhirt. Bvery one si his artaelss Is full of th* "human* aad h* irresistibly draws th* reader to his. With eaoh issuo of ALL CVrhOOaS 2 look far Ke.hart first. Thanking you ia advance for your prompt attention ia the above matter, and wishing ALL m:mom to uaoeuaded euoaess which it 2 hog to renaln. Vtry truly youra, a. f. PHILLIPS 403 W » M3K AWfUI TURKU* ,.TBU8.