good sake I hope he may pass [muster?] should you care to at least try him - and the advantage to him and his mother would be beyond expression. He make no success in the commercial field, being no salesman and hating office work, so may [we?] have hopes!Thanking you again for the lovely visit of Thursday and with kindest greetings from the Simonds and the little [flower?]-[lover?] believe me to be,Most gratefully yours,Edith SimondsWednesday [illegible].04371
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