Martinez CaliforniaJuly 25. 1893.My dear PapaWe received your two delightful letters, the one from Dunbar Scotland and also the one from Liverpool when you first landed. I am glad that you are having such a nice time it must seem strange to see the same things that you saw so many years ago and I only wish that I could be with you now to see them. Helen is very well although the weather is very warm and there are a good many mosketos, or rather a bad many mosketos. Miss Edith Blassdell is teaching02813
1893 Jul 25
Original letter dimensions: 21 x 13.5 cm.
Reel 07, Image 1212
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