[in margin: Your Magnolia is in flower & [Agaue?] almost]Home, June 22, 1908Darling Helen:Stickeen will be finished today & Jesse Reid is going to typewrite it. I dont know whether to write a preface for the little fellow or not.I was at Wanda's baby's birth celebration Saturday. Only Margaret Henderson besides ourselves was present, May expected to attend, but was prevented by the arrival of Anna Waterman. Wanda keeps well - says she liked the Daggett people & the sky very much but hated the wind & the ground.I enclose Prof Dudleys letter, you might send me word whether the Funks would like another boarder He would make haystacks of desert plats & teach you botany by the ton.How much money do you want? Hope to see you ere long. Kindest regards to all the good folks. Be careful not to get tired & overheated in the open sunshine.Ever thine - with loveJ.M.
1908 Jun 22
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