Mary Frances Kellogg
has been forced to go back to the desert to live. Please remember me to her and also to Mrs. Hanna and the little boys.My cousin was wishing she knew short-hand and was more skilful at type-writing, so that she might help you with your notes.Our nice open hill-side is fast being dotted with houses & street improvements--among other things, telephone, and electric-light poles.With affectionate esteem,Mary Frances Kellogg[letterhead]Michigan and Lexington Aves.April 30, 1913Dear Mr. Muir:Something nice happens to me with delightful frequency. Just now it is the receipt of your letter telling of the order for one of your new books to be sent to me. I went today to Vroman's, and learned that the books had just arrived, and will be unpacked tomorrow. So I shall call for mine then, and have05434
1913 Apr 30
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26.5 cm.
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