Louie W. Strentzel
[Jeanne C.] Carr
 Alhambra, March 21, 1875.Dear Mrs. Carr, Your letter was duly received, but I waited for further ac- counts of the situation (political), and then expected that mother and I could go to Oakland last week, and so see you there; but as we failed in that, I hope it is still not too late to say I am glad that you declined the nom- ination for School Director. I feel more and more sure that it is best for you to avoid, at least for the present, all [underlined: possible] political com- plications; and so remain untrammeled, 06387
1875 Mar 21
Original letter dimensions: 35 x 11.5 cm.
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