F. B. Millard
them before. They are making a very pretty show this morning, with the bright sunlight shining on them.There are In my canon fifteen different trees, the ash, backeye, ceanothus, chestnut, elder, lamel, maple, madrono, nutmeg, four kinds of oaks, redwood, willow. There are also hazel? that ought to be classed as trees, as they as at least fifteen feet tall.Come and see us if you can and we shall be very glad to greet you and make you at horns with us.Sincerely yours.[ILLEGIBLE] I passed Martinez the other day, going to millwood in the sierras, and looked up the valley your way, but you were all unaware.
1903 Apr 27
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