Anna R. Dickey
I am not so easily satisfied, and should like the author in person - we shall remain until about the 14th, and then stop a few days at Pine Inn - Carmel. Donald leaves Dubuque today for New Brunswick. He has had fearful heat at Mothers - I'm glad I waited for a cooler season-With warmest regards from your friends-in-the-woodsAnna R. DickeyArbolado P.[A.?] Cal.August first.05506
Artolado, P. U., Calif.
[ca. 1913] Aug 1
Original letter dimensions: 23 x 14.5 cm.
Reel 21, Image 0652
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