Martinz, California June 21.1896.My Dear Papa,I have taken my first lesson on the violin at last and am very glad that I have. Max Plum could not teach me before because his little baby was sickFannie went home yesterday. they will start for the mountains by the first of July. It is very warm here today and there is no wind.Captain Bielawski came this morning and will go on the 4 oclock train, he seems to be quite well, but he looks very old and bent over.09240
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