T[heodore P.] Lukens
[letterhead]PASADENA, CAL., April 29 1910My Dear Mr. Muir,Knowing of our lasting friendship, I want to say a few words to you in regard to my dear granddaughter Charlotte. She has grown to be most a woman now and is at the Young Woman's Christian Association in San Francisco 1246-1259 O'Farrell St. she is boarding there and looking for a situation as book keeper and type writer. I have sent her to school here and she has graduated and has her diploma, but as yet has no experience in practical work, and of course does not expect a position where experience is required. I bought her one of the best type writing machines and she has that with her. I want to ask of you, dear Mr. Muir, to call on her the first time you are in San Francisco and if you are not going to be there very soon to write to her; also, if you will, to write a letter to the lady in charge Miss. E. A. [Gosden?]04750
1910 Apr 29
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0329
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