E. C. Love
D[aniel and Emma?] Muir
that it was presented to me at the close of school by "Miss Kenaston." But to return again to Martinez: some time after dinner, your brother John drove over to your brother David's and we made a call. He had gone to town but we met him on his return home, as we were returning. He gave me an invitation to come again when fruit was ripe. I did not see your sister, Mrs Reid. Your brother John's youngest daughter was at home. She tells me that she studies at home and that her father teaches her. I did not see the eldest daughter, as she was away at private baording school - I think at Berkeley. I met your brother David's son who has recently arrived from Minnesota. He has not been in California long enough to know how well he will like the State. He has certainly come to a very fertile valley, where nearly all kinds of fruit can be raised and it is
1900 Feb 27
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