Helen S. Wright
[in margin: [Miscellaneous?]Helen Wright]216 South 2nd St.Jan 20, 1894Dear. Mr. Muir,An opportunity has come recently to do what seems like helping our old friend, Prof. Norton, through his oldest daughter. She has written to ask if there is any way in which she can get something to do to pay her way here while she finishes a normal school course, and suggests tutoring, and the like. She had one year in our school, but at her father's death went to Mills College, Mrs. Mills giving her a scholarship. She has been entirely through that course of study, but is not yet able
[San Jose ? Calif]
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