Melville B. Anderson
will be to you rather an inning , - for will you not be going Home! So, if the weather be not too bad, and if it will be convenient to you, I will come Sunday week, Sept. 28, leaving S.F. I believe about 9 A.M. Cannot you rather come & get me, incognito like a prince of Nature? I (would will) not advertise your coming and (will would) introduce you casually as we (go went) about to half a dozen good men & true. Better are not made than some I know here, and I cannot myself
Menlo Park [Calif.]
[1902 ?] Sep 19
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