Anna R. Dickey
[in margin: M. Dickey](overhad too much sunshine in my life. I am glad I rely on my oaks entirely instead of a garden for my hillside is as hard as cement.Do send us a line as you near home and accept Donald's and my love and best wishes for the success of your entire trip. I haven't your address so trust to your publisher and told Mr. Lukens to do likewise.Ever sincerely your friend and trailerAnna A. DickeyBox 70Pasadena(over)05113
[ca. 1911] Nov
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