[Helen Muir ?]
[Wanda Muir ?]
4[summer]. Newspaper pictures usually make Papa look dreadful, but we all think this one is pretty good, only don't the falling rocks look funny, as papa said, more like roses pouring out of a basket, instead of the great boulders he tells about. And isn't the "King of Outdoors" a ridiculous name? Papa says that next they will be calling him "the Prince of the Power of the Air", and when I asked him what that was, he would not tell. Anyhow we have lots of fun teasing him about it both in prose and rhyme, and you may be sure he can always tease back, here is some of it to the
[Martinez, Calif. ?]
[ca. 1901 May]
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 13 cm.
Reel 11, Image 0719
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