Cha[rle]s H. Allen
02225and they are trying to raise money to carry on the mission school in [Horpa?] Valley.So the ladies are getting up a course of lecture. I know how you like lecturing, but can't you come down and make us a visit, and at the same time give that talk on Indian life and customs you gave at Judge Myrricks? It would do good in several ways: first it would help the Indians. Second it would make the ladies, particularly Mrs Allen very happy, and lastly02225it would get you out of your den for a lttle while Please come, at such time as may suit you.Write me about it at San Jose.Sincerely, as everChas. H. Allen
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