Letter in question -- history stirs up mystery
When is a Dunraven not a Dunraven? Lord have mercy! A photocopied letter and envelope held for years by the Estes Valley Library, supposedly written by the Fourth Earl of Dunraven on one of his last visits to Estes Park in 1879, is likely authentic, just not an authentic Dunraven.
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#1 Dec 17, 2012
I put all my money in a blind trust and I put all my **** in my sister's sweet *****
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