often ever since we got back from the mountains. It seems a very long time ago since you left home but from your letters you must be having a fine time and seeing many wonderful things. I wish I were with you.Everything is about as usual both her in Berkeley and at home, Mama is pretty well most of the time and Helen enjoys her school work much more this term than she did last and is very well and happy. Aunt Margaret is not at all well but is a little stronger than she was last month.It is very late so I must stop now but I will write a longer letter tomorrow.Your loving daughterWandaBerkeley Sept. 19th
 Sep 19
Original letter dimensions: 11.5 x 25.5 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0820
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