Mary Frances Kellogg
now no more east of us, save for a few scattering almond trees in bloom. A street has been graded through, and five houses started. More are to be begun at once we hear.Sincerely and affectionatelyYour friendMary Frances Kellogg[letterhead]Feb. 18, 1913Dear Mr. Muir:The ending of the old term of school, with no vacation between it and the new term, has made time fly for me, and it is hard to believe that more than two weeks have sped by since your letter came05378
1913 Feb 18
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26.5 cm.
Reel 21, Image 0151
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