Mary Frances Kellogg
a little shed - either for a makeshift real-estate office or a tool-house - has been built in the corner of the orchard, and surveyors are at work on the streets adjoining the orchard.We of the Southern Calif. section of the Sierra Club are planning to build a little club. house in the Big Santa Anita Canon [diacritic] close to the falls at its upper end - a very pretty site.I wonder if your Alaska book is ready for the publishers - or nearly so. I should hardly think it could be yet. Justthe little effort I made gives me an idea of the enormous amount of work involved in getting out a book.So far I have done only a little planning in the way of getting my booklet in more perfect form, with the idea in mind of sending it to the Century Co.School work goes as well as usual.With kind regards to your daughter Mrs. Hanna, I amYour affectionate friendMary Frances Kellogg
1913 Jan 25
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