Wabasha, Minnesota

August, 1999

Dear

thanks for the dining tips! (this meal was particularly good.) Visit us in New York so we can reciprocate the recommendations and all dine together. But not in the summer – it’s uncomfortably hot. This hot summer has been good for productivity, however. It’s kept me in my a/d’d offce and Steve at his studio. We enjoyed seeing you.

Much love, Deb and Steve

Minnesota’s Oldest Operating Hotel, the Anderson House. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Anderson House is now in its fourth generation of family ownership. Besides the graciously furnished Victorian rooms, the famous rent-a-cats are available.Also nationally know for Grandma Anderson’s Famous Dutch Kitchens.

Side note: The hotel closed in 2009, but re-opened in 2011 under new ownership. It was remodeled and the kitchen was turned into a museum. Cats are no longer available for rent.

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