A[nna] R. Dickey
going on to Mendocino Co. where Donald is if I can be accommodated. If not I may follow your suggestion and try a cabin in Muir Woods. The name sounds inviting. the heat has been intense lately I shall be glad of a whiff of the sea near the Golden Gate and a glimpse of S. F. since the earthquake. When I am settled I shall answer your good welcome letter in decent fashion. Meanwhile, affectionate regardsA. R. DickeyAugust 10th
[1912 ?] Aug 10
Original letter dimensions: 8.5 x 14 cm.
Reel 20, Image 1173
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