Mary Frances Kellogg
all kinds of flower-roots & bulbs. I do hope they will live.I spent part of Sunday and Monday at Carmel by-the-sea, with Ellen, who is there taking painting lessons, under the direction of Wm. Chase, the portrait painter.I hope you are keeping comfortably cool in your study, but I am very sure you are working too closely. Please think of yourself as well as of your work.Affectionately your friendMary Frances Kellogg[letterhead]Aug. 6, 1914Dear Muir:Your kind letter regarding Dorothy's marriage reached me day before yesterday. She is not yet married, however, nor is the wedding date set, but it is planned vaguely for some time in November. You will receive an invitation, I know, & at that time I shall be very glad to do as you ask about the05812
1914 Aug 6
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26.5 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0535
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