[letterhead]November 9 1908Dear PapaThis is a sunney morning and finds me feeling well and cheerful. The grapes reached us in good shape and we are still feasting, but I suppose they will be about the last. Has your typewriter man come? And how are you? Im gaining in weight - am 137 lbs in the same clothes I weighed 122 lbs last August. I hope to reach 140 - All goes well - the hay is all off now.I must go up town now and mail this for No 3 - Write and tell me all the home news.Lovingly alwaysHelen04317
1908 Nov 9
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 17, Image 0991
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