the specifications are forty-eight pages long and I have to make six carbon copies and sometimes more than that.I find that working is not fun by any means, but it is sure to become easier with practice.How glad I will be to see you when you come to San Francisco. I will give you my working address so that if it is more convenient to call on me down town you may. It is room119 in the Chronicle Building. You have my other address.Thanking you very much for your kind letter, I remain,Ever your friendCharlotte Gant.04765
1910 May 23
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 13 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0393
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