Melville B. Anderson
incorrigible to be more the better for knowing such. It would do them good to know you. But if you cannot or will not happen along here then —! By the way Mrs. Anderson has gone East and would be inconsolable, I fear, should she miss a visit from you & Mrs. Muir. So you just come & spy out the land first, and not a soul shall know you are expected. With cordial regards to Mrs. Muir, I am yours gratefullyMelville B Anderson
Menlo Park [Calif.]
[1902 ?] Sep 19
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.
Reel 12, Image 0646
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