[letterhead]Pasadena. We leave there tomorrow. Shall have mail from T. [C.?] forwarded there, & probably make that our headquarters for next week or two.Everyone here so disappointed that you did not come here. Mr. B. thinks we must not stay here longer, though they are so cordial & urge us to.Harriman & party expected here today& we are invited to sit at table with them so I must stop & get ready. He is lying down - J. B. is reading.04456
1909 Mar 14
Original letter dimensions: 27.5 x 21 cm.
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