Affidavit of Mrs. Mabel Kidd, who claims that, upon putting her hand through the fence that confined Dr. McCleery’s wolves, a male wolf severely bit her arm. Kidd claims that the wolf did not let go until Dr. McCleery pried his jaws apart.
February 20, 1932
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