A[nna] R. Dickey
[John Muir ?]
New [Brunswick?] - spoiled his picture time as [moose?] just arriving & he may go up to New [Foundland?] in October but I shall go to Pasadena within a month - so glad you got home ahead of this fearful catastrophe - Glad Roosevelt is beginning to write of it in N. Y. Times - If [Germans?] win - our turn will come next - The German [illegible] on our boat were fierce. I tried to get clue of the dear whitneys but could not - Mrs [Fowler?] comes next week - we were all separated. Best love to you all -A. R. Dickey.
[ca. 1914 Sep]
Original letter dimensions: 8.5 x 13 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0689
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