Louie [Strentzel Muir]
otherwise the children and I would be in that cool northern city awaiting your coming. A. Levy's bookkeeper was here sunday and we sent a lot of Bartletts yesterday. Earl's men are packing grandpa's pears, & Edward & Coleman came over to learn how to pack. We shall ship all the large ones right away. It is very cold here this morning, 7 A.M. and the Benicia hills are hidden by great fog-clouds. The children are still asleep, but they love Papa always.Goodbye, your faithfulLouie
1890 Aug 12
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