Martinez, California. Nov. 2, 1898Dear PapaAbout a week ago we received a letter from Burlington and a Postal from Montreal and then we received a Postal Card that you must have forgoten to write on for there was nothing on it but the address, even the post mark was rubed out so we could not tell where it came from, we were all very sorry not to hear from you.This afternoon Wanda and I went over to Aunt Margaret's, she has not been well for a few days but she is as well as usual now. I picked up a lot of walnuts from the trees there.09159
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