[Annie] Wanda [Muir]
[Louie S. Muir]
I enclose a program and have marked the ones I liked best. Both Wednesday and Thursday evenings Victor Henderson took Margarite [Campbell?], Margaret and I to hear Mr King's Shakespeare recitals at Hearst Hall which were fine and he also introduced us to Mr King afterwards Mr King has given a number of lectures both here and at Stanford on public speaking beside these recitals in which he also acts, he comes from Boston Tuesday evening was the party and Tuesday afternoon the tea which I told5you about before, the house looked very pretty decorated with violets and smilax and there were a great many people here although it rained most of the time, I don't know what we would have done if it had been clear for the four hundred people who came simply packed the house. I poured chocolate and handed round cakes to most of them so I was very much aware of the largeness of the number I wish you could have been here and seen it all the08553
 Feb 16
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