Written in the wake of the San Francisco earthquake and fire, and with jocund contrition for having once referred to it as "'Frisco," Skinner's correspondent urges her friend to remain dedicated to the restoration of that city. Letterhead features an illustration of Lake Alta.
L. O. Reese letter to Mrs. Lintine M Skinner, 1907 June 7
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