Graham's "Golden Age" and "Dream Days." When I have made my purchases I'm going to bring you the list so that you will know what I got.I hope that you are well and have gotten over that horrid cold which was troubling you when I was last there.Do they keep a fresh rose in your button hole now? If they don't please let me know and I'll come and put one in for you.Good bye, with much love and many thanks fromyours truly,Florence Willard.485 Vel Rosa Drive,Pasadena
1911 Jan 26
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 20, Image 0081
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