C-104. Laguna Beach. Laguna, with its Art Colony, lies on the coast road between Long Beach and San Diego in southern California.
Monday AM. 9/14. Dear Dick: Having a fine trip, got off the train at Tucson, everybody buying postcards. I thought this was a pretty view, didn't take time to see of what, and I laughed after getting on the train to see that it was Laguna. I can't get away from Calif. Ha! Ha! Dad is out in the club car, telling yarns I'll bet, - he gets a lower berth tonight. Of course we are seeing plenty of cacti, all kinds, and also mountains a plenty. Our next stop will be Bixby Junction. I hope you are feeling better today. Love to you and Tom and Ginger. Mother.
Mr. Richard B. Miller. 5844 Beaumont Ave. La Jolla, Calif.
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[Title, Date]. Baja California and the West Postcard Collection. MSS 235. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego.
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