Los Angeles, Cal,March 22, 1904.Dear Mr. Muir,-Our little new school has just four class rooms and four smaller rooms and an office. The rooms are very large and sunny.The view from the school is beautiful, for you can see a wide sweep of mountains, and as our school is nearer the sea than any other school in the city, we get the breeze from the Pacific Ocean before it has been through the dust and smoke of the city.Last week we celebrated10031
Los Angeles, Calif.
circa 04 Mar 22
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