|Collection||Kate Strong Historical Library|
|Dates of Creation||1906/12/20|
|Scope & Content||
Dec 20th 1906
Many thanks dear daisy for your prompt allaying of our fears concerning San Francisco's last calamity - to have lost only a front fence is surely coming off almost unhurt!
We are very thankful for your escape - By the way-apropos of nothing; - let me tell you before I forget it we were greatly pleased with your friend Ethel & much amused with the card she sent you from the S.B. station. Though she has headed her figures as going directly away from the road
Leading to the "Mounts" - I will return it to you in good _ as soon as the holiday rush is over.
Are there any Japs in your "Institute of Lenin"? I think the wee chaps are rather must be a trifle amusing-they are certainly bright - We have the Chinese among us but as I have learned - no Japs-! It is a pity that our president lost sight of the fact that the States have rights. _)#@%-which last is meant for O my! My fingers being that chilled I am compelled to let my pen stammer We are having a coal famine in Stony Brook - not quite as bad an attack as the ones reported from the far west- but quite enough Thank you.
Good bye - Loads of love to all
Devotedly Aunt Lib