C. A. Brant
--2--We have had some very cold weather of late, that is cold for this part of the world, as there was about a week when the thermometer went below zero every night. This condition, however, has ameliorated and it is now bright, sunshiny and pleasant again.Mrs. Brant is contemplating a trip to LOS Angeles in the very near future and you can certainly depend upon a call from Mrs. Brant the very first thing.Mrs. Brant joins me in love and with sincere regards a nd best wishes for all the happiness and contentment of spirit' in the world to you and yours, I am,Very cordially and faithfully yours,[illegible]04934
Grand Canyon, Ariz.
1911 Jan 6
Original letter dimensions: 27.5 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 20, Image 0035
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