Daggett, Sept. 12 - 08Dear PapaI got your first letter from home yesterday. If you are not needed there now why dont you come down here, and we can have a good visit and talk over what you want to do this winter. The weather is fine here, Im sure you would enjoy it. As for what I want, you can bring some money when you come, and if you can, we'd like a Goldberg box - Ill send you the list of things I want in it tomorrow.04276Tom sends me fruit right along so Im well supplied that way. Ill write again tomorrow.Lovingly yoursHelen04276
1908 Sep 12
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 17, Image 0869
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