Anna R. Dickey
shall see you in our little home, although I fancy Los Angeles will not see so much of you now the dear Hookers are making their home in San Francisco.I am quite desolate over the thought that next year Ellie girl will go with them. She and Maude are to be my guests at a concert tomorrow to hear a very good Irish singer, McCormick by name. I see all too little of them even so nearDear Mr Muir,I cannot tell you how much pleasure your letter and the enclosed "appreciation" in Spanish gave us. I think it was my very first letter from a South American port. Donald longed to be with you and to be starting for Africa. I am glad you were not disappointed in your quest of the wonderful tree. We talk of you often and of the time when we05113
[ca. 1911] Nov
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 25.5 cm.
Reel 20, Image 0719
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