also have Mr and Mrs Burroughs and myself. You met her out here Friday. I know you would add very much to the pleasure of us all and Mrs. Henderson is very anxious to have you with her at that time. She asked me to extend to you the invi-tation thinking I might be able to locate you better than she might be able to do.Thank you for the great pleasure you gave my friends and myselfI am cordially(Mrs J. L.) Augusta AtkinsonP. S. Kindly let me know as soon as you can. A. A.
La Manda Park, Calif
1911 Mar 27
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
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