Olive Thorne Miller
days of--shall we call it cold-bloodedness--it is very delightful.I shall certainly not fail to accept it as freely as it is given and as soon as I reach San Francisco will visit you again.I have an invitation from one of the Profs in the Calif. Ac. of Sciences (sent [on?] through Prof. Loomis whom I know)2to spend a week in his ranch near San F. My motions also depend somewhat upon my son who is now in the state, so that I cannot tell exactly when I shall be able to come your way, but--as I said above--I will write you again for I should not be content to leave the state until I have01982
circa [1895?] May 7
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 08, Image 0987
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