Katherine [Merrill] Graydon
The matter it would be righted as soon as could be.My plans are not made. I may go home soon I may linger a little while. I can not see my way "at [birds?] their [tracklers?] park". I'm too sore to decide.I hope you are all well. Give my love to the family and don't go back on me now!When do you go East and how long to be gone? Of course I know not where you are, but this will reach Mrs. Muir if not yourself. Thank you for writing to my motherEver Sincerely,28 JulyKatharine GraydonJuly 28, 2530 College Ave.Berkeley.Dear Mr. Muir,Here I am back in my Berkeley home after the Hawaiian trip. There is much to tell you of the islands - far more beautiful are they than I had ever fancied - and when I can come [illegible] I shall do so.Now I am cast down over this unhappy school affair, and I can't see a step ahead. Our friend McChesney has played a pretty trick - the whole02451
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