to be photographically illustrated - ought to have [illegible]in a note t[illegible]to you & especially that [illegible] description of [Ovid?] that could only refer to magazine - bhe provided to son in libraries & fill up day & date ok - Mrs. Harford without my [illegible]has know of my [illegible] was [repining?] over her loss of it the other day altho before moving she'd carefully - as she thot put it carefully aside among her relics & treasures. [illegible] Therefore if you will be so kind as to drop me a note of it I shall [thereby?] be able to supply it in the revised proof at least. if the afresaid fails Kindest regards to your wife & daughter and to the veneralbe old folks at home dont fail to give us a call when you come to the cityI keep steadily at owrk on my enterprise & report progress. [Has found] himself [illegible] with you - he's almost [illegible] up -- [illegible] of the [illegible] Stanford Collection - all [illegible] everything quiest on the [illegible] Yours truly A Kellogg01146
San Francisco, [Calif]
1884 Nov 14
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 05, Image 0142
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