Miss Muir's daddy would come - Im just hungry for some candy."I dont think we need anything from Goldberg's unless a couple of pineapples. Any kind of fruit makes us happy. Tom and Mr. Halliday have sent me a crate of mixed fruit and a box of pears.I must go and mail this now so good-byeAlways yoursHelen[letterhead]Daggett, Cal. Aug. 1 - 08Dear Papa -This is a fine morning after the thunder shower yesterday. It has been cooler this week - the highest being 112° and most of the days not more 105° and 106°. The thunder and lightning yesterday was grand but very little rain fell. The day before there was quite a shower, and one blinding flash of lighning that hit not far from here. During the rain the thermometer stood at 95°, but04254
1908 Aug 1
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