Katharine M[errill] Graydon
observations during his three years in India. Can't you come down that evening? I want so much to have him see you, as well as you him. He will be with us only [over?] night.I have been all the winter at Berkeley where, under shadow of the University I might carry on my Greek studies. Much has offered of advantage & pleasure. It has been a terribly full year, but one for which I am grateful.All at home are in usual healths, and affairs generally in statu quo.How are you all? I often wish I knew, from the children down to what oncewere little dogs. Give every one my love, don't forget [illegible].I have found a pleasant home in Mrs. Chas. Wilkinson's family, but May & June [illegible] am to change for the summer as the Wilkinsons migrate to their Ranch. I go to Mrs. Bettis, 2530 College Ave.Now do come down Tuesday eve. Can't you bring Wanda and let her stay with me? Tell Mrs. Muir I will take the best care of the child.I write hastily, but wish affection to all.Your friend,Katharine M. GraydonMy address is simplyBerkeley, Cal.
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