Greetings from California
804:- The Beach and Mountains, Santa Barbara, California
June 8 - Thanks for package + note. Didn't you take the milk bill + say, you would figure it out I can't remember having it on! My dear, I think I'd have paid in that case, any way can pay May + June when I return. What got you into the snail business, you did well, hope there are no more freak rains or I won't have any awning! Glad you are training Nani more than I could do, lamb liver always been his favorite. Having hot days now, my son spent week-end here + enjoyed the lrg. swimming pool. I have picked up the [?] I lost when at home so will try + make it 10 before I return. My son discovered they had taken the spare + put it on the left front which was a baby one, that's the reason the one they had didn't have any number, all clear now! The watch recv'd + sure glad to have time once more, + Time passes quickly here! I appreciate all you are doing very much + hope you didn't get too lonesome. Sincerely L.G.P.
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- between 1930 and 1945
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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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