Daggett - Oct 13 - 1908Dear Papa -We received the two crates of fine grapes all right and have been feasting ever since. As Mr Van Dyke is still in Los Angeles I gave the grapes to Dick. The agent here said fifty cents was the right price, that a mistake had been made in charging me eighty-five, and he would pay me the difference.I think the inclosed bill is all right tho' awfully large I know. It is one of those I thought Wanda has paid. Glorious weather here. Im well and ever happy.LovinglyHelen04299
1908 Oct 13
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 17, Image 0921
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