Glenwood Mission InnRiverside, Californiasuasive power to keep [illegible] John contented - he says it is too fine for a globrider like him & he sighs for simpler surroundings - or thinks he does- but then, [Celt ?] that he is, he is always sighing for the una[illegible]able. But I can see he wants to get somewhere where he can be in [illegible]se intimate relation with the birds & nature, & I doubt if he will stay here longer than Monday.Mr. Miller & his sister are the best kind [illegible]sts & a beautiful spirit penades the place.Sunday we had a glorious auto ride up Mt. Rubidoux. 04451
1909 Mar 10
Original letter dimensions: 27.5 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 18, Image 0286
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