Home Dec. 11, 1908.Darling Helen,Here are two Ex orders $50.X each, Hope the weather delay has not given you trouble. Let me know when you need more. The weather is fine now & the farmers happy.Would you like some Christmas berries?Fashion-plate pamphlets come to your address occasional[ly?] Do you wish such stuff forwarded?It must be cold these winter days at Daggett. Keep very warm.Ever lovingly your fatherJohn MuirAcknowledge receiptof money orders
1908 Dec 11
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