warm and comfortable here in the shanty. And I am perfectly warm every night no matter how hard the wind blows. I am well and cheerful, and constantly careful.Keennie is getting fat, and like my horse is in good condition.The Van Dykes are well. So is Miss Brodt. I have been thinking that I wont need her when her month is up, but you will be here before that so I can talk it over. How are things getting along and when are you comingLovingly yours Helen
1908 Feb 12
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 13 cm.
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