Helen [Muir Funk]
Martinez, Feb. 12, 1913Darling Helen,How are you all The days I hope are as fine as we are having here, warm with but little morning fog. All are well here, & the hills are green, the vineyards yellow with mustard & the almond tree by the house is in bloom. I hope you are all flourishing How is your ranch lawsuit? Are you regaining in your lost flesh? I am. We now have a better cook. The book is taking far longer time to get into shape & so I'm unable to say when I'll get to see you & Mrs Thompson. Write lots of short letters. Kiss the lovely boys for me Love to you all.Devotedlyyour father
1913 Feb 12
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