all about it. I love to get your letters and I dont mean to be so slow answering. My heart is all right but my fingers don't seem to get to work writing.With thanks from all of us, and lots of love and all sorts of good wishes for you from,Henrietta Thompson.3 I have learned to swim in the plunge here. I can swim breast stroke, side stroke, over hand, and on my back and can float, and am very happy about having learned to do something I have longed to be able to do for years. I didn't05810
Ocean Park, Calif.
1914 Aug 4
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 27 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0529
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