Anna R. Dickey
a casement of ideas deserves to beMr Lukens is running for office as city commissioner. I trust he may win out. I was glad the Hetch-Hetchy matter went over - although Fisher decided it so, not on principle, but law technicalities, Let us hope the present administration will be talked in some way from handing it over to commercial S.F.Since the rains we have had much warmth and I glory in my sheltered house where I may look at will. Do not forget us when the south winds tempt you.Very sincerely your friendAnna R. DickeyMarch tenth.Box 701 Pasadena.05391
 Mar 10
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