Anna R. Dickey
their campaign stuff on the slightest provocation. Donald remained in S. F. while I came down to open the house. On Saturday, I went over to Mrs. Hooker's for the [Thanksgiving?] meeting in her garden celebrating Roosevelt's recovery. It was an inspiring scene; fully 2000 people joined in songs and listened to the enthusiastic speeches of the Acting-Gov. [illegible] and others. Youi may not altogether admire Roosevelt the politician My dear Friend,I reached my own little "Kaweah" late last week, coming through from the Mendocino wilds by easy stages with Donald driving until we reached the R. R. and stopping over night at all sorts of hotels where free-for-all-dances kept up until the wee small hours and the socialist speakers ranted05288
 Oct 28
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