Postmarked: JAN 19 1940
SF Jan 19
Right at the “Golden Gate” – In addition to the mechanical throwing up of an ocean wave
there is another process – the air gets jacketed at “A”.
As the water closes in the air forces a spray up where I have made dots
Mile Rock Lighthouse
This is the beautiful Mt. Fuji in cherry blossom time.
The blossoms won’t be out for 2 weeks so we won’t see this sight.
We are staying 2 nites at a quaint hotel near the foot of Fuji + about 80 miles from Tokyo.
Your 1st letter reached us in 5 days so believe safe to figure 7 days at Kyoto
– Osaka – Hong Kong – Taipei, Bangkok – Singapore + Honolulu
(Addressed to Grace)
Betty – Sent you a card like this a month ago.
Really kid – I send you a card nearly every day.
Don’t you get them?
Wished you would see into the matter.
Am afraid to write any thing to you, fraid you won’t get it
Top: Will write Sunday.
OCT 2, 1954
Music Hall Theatre – Detroit, MI
AUG. 28, 1961
Your Phillies have finally won 3 straight after losing 23.
My cards have a hot streak going.
Maris has 50 home runs and Mantle has 46.
I hope they don’t break Ruth‘s record.
We have had so much rain and all we hear about is high water.
I think we will soon be fishing here in Woodland. Then you will have to come and try your “luck”.
AUG 24 1953 1PM
Thought you might like the stamp
– Please excuse writing
Louise & Ed
United Nations Headquarters, New York