C. C. Parry
a more bracing climate. it is sad, and the genl is heart_broken. Such a happy home broken up I whall never want to see it again only as I remember it in the past.Well you will be down to town often and the new [illegible] establishment is not far from our quarters We conclude however to return East next month about 2[illegible] and so must make the best of our remaining stay.Somebody with plenty of money has consented to publish some of Dr. Kelloggs three sketches, will commence with the Oaks; Mr. [illegible] is to edit it and will commence at once. I hope it will be something creditible to the dear old fellows memory. A[illegible] matters "in state gov" the chief scientific work - black-balling? There is to be a grand base ball game at next meeting 1st Mondayin Sept to [illegible] take the first toss _ who will it hurt? I hope you manage to get a "leg of mutton" with or without the treat_ Did you meet [Mssers?] Mrs McKinneys outfit? [satirical drawing]!What did you see in the way of &c &cI suppose you have had some stories to concoct for Anne Wanda? Did Miss Annie reach home safely?You see there is much to answer and you had better commence at onceMrs. P joins in regards to yourself & family Yours truly CC. Parry
…San Francisco, [Calif]
1888 Aug 26
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