T[heodore P.] Lukens
office sect. at the above address. You have not seen Charlotte for a long time, but you have me, and I am sure you will have confidence in what I say. Charlotte is a very dear good girl. I can not discuss the cause of her going to San Francisco, but I assure you there is not a stain on her character.In your extensive acquaintance in S. F. I thought you could help very much in getting her into a good place. I don't mean as to salary for the will not count as anything, but to get with good people does. If there should be something presented in which she should have more schooling, I am willing and will be glad to spend any amount of money necessary to prepare her.Now, my dear friend, I know you are busy, and we all want you to be busy writing; for we are all hungering for your beautiful writings: but if you can take a little time in this, you will be doing a love deed that will help Mrs. Lukens and me, and the dear girl. Her name now is Charlotte Gant. God bless you.With love from all. I am,Ever sincerely yours,T. P. Lukens.04750
1910 Apr 29
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0331
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