Walter H. Page
of course driven very hard - pleasantly always, but always so as to consume all hours. The years become shorter as we grow older, and they don't compensate for this shortening by giving us more hours.I hope that it is a pleasant winter for you all in the Valley. If you emerge from it during the time of year when the mountains do not call you, I wish you would remember how earnestly we should like to call you here. When are you coming to this dull part of the continent again?And the autobiography - don't forget that!With our kindest greetings and all good wishes to Mrs. Muir and to the young ladies - Mrs. Page's and mine,Yours always heartilyWalter H. Page
Englewood, N. J.
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 25.5 cm.
Reel 15, Image 0859
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