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J. Howard Moore to Henry S Salt, January 27, 1910

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Image 1 of letter from   Howard J. Moore to   Henry S Salt

My Dear Mr. Salt -

Over here, we are in the midst of a wild crusade against meat-eating. As usual, the impelling motive is a selfish one — the desire to save a few cents. A small permanent stream of good may possibly flow from the agitation. How primitive. How sad. In one
Image 2 of letter from   Howard J. Moore to   Henry S Salt

sense, how contemptible.
Mrs. Moore is going to Florida in a few days to be gone a month or two. She has grieved so about her sister that it seemed best for her to have her attention taken up by an entirely new environment.

1/27 1910

I enjoyed your contributions in the January Humane Review, as I do all that comes from your noble & brilliant pen.