Daggett, Cal.Feb. 16 -Dear Papa -I received your note of the 13th this morning, so of course did not know that you would be on No. 4 yesterday. Im so sorry for I was at the Post Office when 4 was in Daggett and could have gone over to thr train and had a few minutes visit with you if I had received your note sooner. Are you going to stop off here on the way back? If so, or if you go through on No 3, telegraph me and I'll meet you, if only for a few minutes visit while the train is here.All well here. Most glorious weather. Best wishes from all friends on the ranch.Lovingly yoursHelen04065
[1908 ?] Feb 16
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