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Transcribe Bantlin, Julius J. Letter to Ward, Henry A. (1881-01-12)
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and over the whole body, nose pink red and so the ears
and bare of hair. Eyes lightly closed and I suppose they
will be bluish 40-42 days, same as our black
bears were. They are very strong and vigorous and
their voice resembles when disturbed something like
.between the voice of a human baby and cub dog
Hair about the length of newborn calf and
have a silvery appearance. We nurse them from a
certain cow fed for the purpose was dry rich
food and they take the bottle freely about six times a day.
Most respectfully yours Julius J. Bantlin