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C. A. Earle Rinker letter to his mother, Apr. 15, 1907, page 3

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MACMASTER & MACMASTER MINING STOCK BROKERS P.O. BOX 1063 GOLDFIELD, NEV. as much as I have but Dady would like it. If we strike strike anything good. I will go to Goldfield right away. Crumlich and I have buried the hatchet and are making it fine now. Now Mother I know you have never asked me to come home. Of course I would like to be with you. I am a little afraid from your letter that you or Dady must have something seriously wrong. You know I can Imagine lots of things as there is so much of the time that I dont have anything else to do but think. Now if this is the case I want you to let me know at once and I will get home. As for myself I never felt better in my life and am twice as strong as I used to be. I am gald that you told me what you did. If it is nothing more than that you are uneasy about me I don't want you to worry

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Title
C. A. Earle Rinker letter to his mother, Apr. 15, 1907, page 3
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Original Collection
Original Date
1907-04-15
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Language
eng
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http://digital.library.unlv.edu/u?/dig,4
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Digital ID
snv000755
Master File Creation Date
2008-10-06
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