Oscar R. Coast
in a "temperence" movement that has closed all saloons and bars; leaving dining room (Hotel) privileges and wholesale houses. This afternoon I am going to "work" on my big acre and a half ranch - It will be good for the digestionWith Very Best Wishes,Sincerely Your FriendOscar R. CoastWord will reach me here or be forwarded later to Pasadena or Iowa Cityyour kind reply to my letter - but sorry it gave me no hope of seeing you here or in Pasadena.I am going next month to Pasadena on my way Eastward (to Iowa City, Iowa & then New York Via Denver) - and if Mrs Funk is still in Hollywood I shall see her; and if not there I may stop for at H[illegible] if weather is not too bad and then I could get a decent sketch. Unfortunately05450
Santa Barbara, Calif.
1913 May 16
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 21, Image 0427
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