Bade, William Frederic
From the time I was a little child to the time I was grown I was accustomed occasionally to spend a few days, or weeks & happily visiting my Grandfather and Grandmother Muir, and recently I was delighted to received photographs, postcard size, of the Hickory Hill house and of the old barn where [I used] to play as they appear at the present time. There was also one of Fountain Lake. You will pardon, I am sure, my not answering yours sooner, but Marjorie only returned from her northern trip a few days ago, bringing these letters with her. I do not know if they will be at all valuable to you, but send them in case you are interested. You can return them. Thanking you for the pleasure it gave Marjorie to visit you in your home recently, I am Very truly yours, Anna Galloway Eastman
Huntington Park, California
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