C[harles] W[alter] Carruth
several years with Will King, who was one of the most brilliant players on the coast as Mrs. [Ch. Heath?] has not been good for some years, Irma is home with us this winter as Mrs. C. could not spare both of the children at once, and we are enjoying her stay with us very much after being away teaching two and a half years. The last year and a half she taught a Union High School in Calusa County.Are you at home most of the time this spring, and may I come up some Saturday or Sunday and bore you almost to death? (This letter will prove a fair sample of my powers in this direction.)With undying devotion and admiration, I sign myselfDevotedly yoursD. W. CarruthP. S. I am sure that you must come down to the Bay region occasionally and we would be overjoyed if you would look in on us during some such trips. The fruit shop is at 520 15th It just back of the City Hall, and the domicile at 1914 13th Ave at the end of the 8th Av car line (car with white triangle on red ground starting from 13th & Washington. Do come.D. W. C.
[ca. 1911 Apr]
Original letter dimensions: 17 x 27 cm.
Reel 20, Image 0276
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