Anna R. Dickey
and he persuaded me to accept and promises me to come over by New Years if he can finish up his photo work & be released from a certain contract. I hope I am doing right but it is a great temptation as I do not know when I could ever go otherwise, I am so in hopes of making connections with the Hookers but have only their Paris bankers' address and have written them there to forward. I get homesick twinges for the dear home and California. you must send a line sometime. My address is c/o Mrs. E. M. Fowler. Broom Shipley & Co. London, England.I spent a week in Washington, had a nice little visit over the telephone with Mr Merriam. He was away until the last day. I so sincerely hope you are well and that the coming year may bring you every joy and comfort.Ever sincerely your friendAnna R. DickeySunday.On limited between Chicago & N.Y.
between Chicago and New York
[ca. 1913 Oct]
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25.5 cm.
Reel 21, Image 0954
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