E. S. Goodhue
3.I should be very glad to have you stay with me, and I would treat you as one of ourselves, leaving you to your own free will.I have a pretty good library, books of reference, and as good a collection of books on Hawaii as any, typewriter &c.You could come directly to Hilo - on the other side of island, and reach us unheralded.We can talk the matter over when I come.Very sincerelyE.S. Goodhue05712
1914 Feb 20
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