Mr John C. Van Dyke, who wrote "The Desert" is coming here on a visit in about a week, and they are all anxious that you should be here and meet him.I heard from Prof. Dudley not long ago. He is in Santa Fe, New Mex. and thinks it will be better for him there than here when it is so hot. Just now however it is cooler - does not go above 108°. In the afternoons now we sometimes get a tiny excuse of a sprinkle, and hear grand thunder, but there is no sudden change when these little showers come up - it is always nice and warm now.Barney stopped off here last Saturday and made us a visit. On Sunday we got up a little party and drove over04251
1908 Jul 28
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