Martinez, California.September 6, 1900.Dear Papa,We have not heard from you since I wrote to you before, but I thought you would be glad to hear from us again and know how we are. Aunt Margaret is better, and came over here yesterday morning for her usual ride, though she has not been able to ride before for quite a while, she was tired when she got home, but was no worse for it in the afternoon. Wanda is still well and is getting along finely down at School, she said in the letter that we received yesterday, that Monday morning the 6.15 train which I told you in my last letter had been so late, went from Muir to Point Richmond in just twenty minutes instead of an hour as it usualy does, that is peretty good, and is09245
1900 Sep 6
Original letter dimensions: 22.5 x 14 cm.
Reel 11, Image 0341
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