Anna R. Dickey
 for the pine needles left behind us. I am reading aloud my schools and [schoolmasters?] to Donald and am delighted with the Scotch humor and chatty style of Mr Miller. I did not see "the Judge" when we were in the city but we spent a lovely day in Berkeley and visited Mr Keith, Mr Keller and the B[illegible]nells. I was sorry Mr. Keith was ill every time we went to his studio so that we Donald has commenced the study of Greek this year and enters school with a physical rim he has not known the past few years, as for me, I have renewed my youth and my understanding and am sure I shall be a better woman for the privilage s enjoyed this summer [that?] which you contributed so much. I am sleeping out of doors under the pl[illegible]t stars even if I have to make a [cot do service?]03069
[ca. 1902?] Oct 3
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