The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 70, July 1966 - April, 1967 Page: 323
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Notes and Documents 323
cannot endure tonight even if I would or could. The sight of
Mexicans you are not unaccustomed to probably, but to see so
many and in the same circumstances possibly may not have been
your pleasure. This is a city of probably ten thousand people or
more, good stores and shops, some good buildings, much better
than in Eau Claire, hotels not as good. We are all very well but
somewhat tired. You may be surprised to know that we intend
going to Colton tomorrow, but if we stay fear the temptation of
a bull-fight, and thus we appease our conscience by planning this
escape from both bull-fight and Texas. At this hotel we have met
Russell Blaker[?] and daughters of St. Paul. Then on to Phoenix
and Tucson from here. You will I am sure pardon my lead pencil
as ink and paper cannot be sent to our room so we are informed.
The day has been warm and beautiful, and we anticipate a good
nights rest. Although Mrs. C. says she is sure of visions of the
With Kind regards to all
Yours Very Resp.
C. A. Chamberlain [signed]
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