Anna R. Dickey
[ii]you may to Arbolado when you wrote. Tell me how it turned out. I warned you it was a place to rough it in. How is that brave, cheerful woman who keeps it? I conceived a large admiration of her and the little Eellen daughter who seconded her as well.I have just left my three girls at Bellagio while I came down here in advance, to see some friends who needed me. It was warm at the lakes, but it is hotter here.[iii]I don't know how it will go Eellie and Maude feel the heat more oppressive than Marian and I. After Maude leaves us, the 15th of Sept. we shall sit back and do a little resting. I can hardly refrain from hastening things and traveling a little too fast while she is here because she is to have less of it than the others.We have just come home from the Eryadine, which I had never seen before and found most curious and absorbing - both the place and the people. The
[ca. 1913 Sep]
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