Blossom [Mrs. W. H.] Averell
You may wonder at the heading on this letter, but here my two girls & I came to pass the winter with my son who is Superintendent [of?] this division of the Southern Pacific R.R. We find the climate perfect at this time of the year & the desert interesting. Before long we return east to the wedding of Cornelia Harriman -It would be such a pleasure to have our paths again cross -Should Beth or I be near Martinez you surely would see us. May this year have pleasures for you. Beth sends her love to you & I my deepest regards.SincerelyBlossom Averell
[ca. 1908] Feb 7
Original letter dimensions: 15 x 21 cm.
Reel 17, Image 0161
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