|Title||Letters from W.E. To Mary Before Marriage (Balmat)|
|Collection||Adams Museum Collection|
|Date||December 22, 1926|
|Scope & Content||
From W.E. Adams to Mary Vicich/Mastrovich. On The California Limited Santa Fe stationery. W.E. discusses wondering what she is doing, the snow, the glorious Christmas they shared and his hope that they have many together. A few enclosures, all of which "speak for themselves"
Tuesday 28, 1930
Just now returned from lunch. Twenty four hours ago this minute we were posting at the station. I wonder where you are now and what you are doing. Plenty of snow in the desert yesterday, but it did not seem like the cold kind. Today snow is ___ and it is the cold kind and snappy air outside. Not much to relieve the monotony today and wish very much I had your lively companionship.
I suppose Martha has dropped back into her old run with Bobbie for her only companion. When you cut the big tree down, please don't let it fall towards the house and see that you are well out of the way. What a glorious Christmas we had Mary and I fondly hope we shall have many such together. A few enclosures for you, all of which speak for themselves and much love to you dear.
Adams, William Emery