Daggett, Cal. Nov. 5 - 1908Dear Papa -I received you last letter and was so glad to know all was going well. I have signed the paper Mr Tinning sent me. We are all just the same here, and the two families send kind regards to you, and always ask for you.I am well and cheerful and am enjoying the beautiful weather we are having just now. I am going up town now to look after those grapes. And by the way, the Agent here looked up the rate and says that the 85 cent charge is correct, so 50 cents was a mistake.Dont tire yourself out writing.Lovingly always yourHelen04315
1908 Nov 5
Original letter dimensions: 25.5 x 20 cm.
Reel 17, Image 0983
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