A 1934 letter from John Marshall, the owner of the Desert Inn (later the Pyramid Lake Guest Ranch) to Carlton Kendall, a prospective buyer.
A 1933 letter from John Marshall, the owner of the Desert Inn (also known as the Sage), later the Pyramid Lake Guest Ranch to Mr. C. Kendall about the possibility of selling the ranch.
A 13-page letter to Joan Drackert from one of her former guests at the Pyramid Lake Ranch, written in November, 1964.
A four-page letter to Joan Drackert from Lois Giblin, a former guest who is homesick for the ranch.
A letter to the Drackerts from a former divorce-seeking guest at the Pyramid Lake ranch, Peggy Calvert, updating them about her new husband.
A letter to Joan Drackert from a fellow divorce ranch proprietor, Maxine Kelso, in November, 1970.
Louise, a former guest, writes to Joan Drackert about her post-divorce life while she misses her time in Nevada.
A Christmas card from the Norden family with a note from Marilou Norden, a former guest, to Harry and Joan.
Anna Maria, a former guest at the Pyramid Lake Ranch, asks Joan to help her get some Nevada jeans at Parker's Western Wear.
A former guest is writing about getting her new life organized in New York and Connecticut.