[Charles A.] Keeler
Martinez, Nov 16, 1907My dear Mr KeelerI'm very sorry you had to suffer so much acute pain amid your many cares of every sort. Sincerely sympathizing with you I fondly hope good health will soon be yours once more.Poor Helen is far from well. She was in bed three weeks with pneumonia pl[illegible]sy etc, developed from one of those miserable influenza colds. Whether I'll have to take her to the dry deserts again a few winter weeks will tell.[illegible][in margin: I'm glad to know The Bohemian Club is to do [something?] Thanksgiving, Would like to help any way though]
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