Helen [Muir Funk]
Home Oct. 23, 1913Darling Helen.I was greatly relieved today by your letter just as I was about to telegraph for news.You should have a servant to attend you all the time get one at any cost and I'll gladly pay her wages. This will be a great relief and pleasure to me.Let me know when you want anything. You have not yet acknowledged receipt of another large box of muscats with a bunch of flowers in a corner of it. shipped a day or two before the Goldberg stuff Oct. 15. Dont know the name of your dream wife unless you mean Hetch Hetchy. Am fairly well Devotedly Your fatherJ.M.
1913 Oct 23
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