[Annie] Wanda [Muir]
[Louie S. Muir]
saw Viola Allen in the Pallace of the King and enjoyed it very much, she acts wonderfully and it is a delightful little play In spite of the rain every seat in the house was taken and there were a great many people who had to stand Friday evening I went over to Dr Ritters for dinner and had a very nice time Mr & Mrs Keeler were there and a Mr Barret who goes to college and I think boards there. Prof Ritter has just returned from3a trip to Washington and other parts of the east so he talked about his trip and the Keelers told about their long one. Later Friday evening Edna and I went to Oakland and heard Hoffman and enjoyed the music so much that we didn't mind at all the fact that the rain just poured both while we were going and coming Hoffman plays some kinds of music nearly so well as Paderewski (how do you spell it?) but when be plays very loud he pounds too much but altogether it was glorious08553
 Feb 16
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