Mrs. L. Strentzel
 Alhambra May 5th, 1878.Dear Friend. Many thanks for the photograph, and also for the gem of [ word-?] -painting of the ouzel. We were very sorry to hear of your unpleasant experience of a slow steamboat, but we now think that the railroad will soon be finished with the cars coming through by the last of May. We learn that the construction trains are now running regularly every day, both below and above the obstructed tunnel. Our whole time during the past
1878 May 5
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