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C. A. Earle Rinker letter to his mother, Apr. 15, 1907, page 4

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about that one minute. I would like to stay stay out here a while longer as I have such a good chance now to put us all on easy street. The wild & Wooly West is not half so bad Mother as it is made out to be. But if you have anything the matter I want you to let me know. I am sure I will keep well here. If I only knew that you were all as well as myself I would never worry a minute about you. Something good is liable to come my way any day now and it is a chance I never expect to have again. The boys all kid me about the way I have spread out. They say my legs are like two grain sacks filled. Well I do know that I have picked up strength every day since we started. We are going to leave here tomorrow. You can address everythings Lovelocks. Hope this finds you all in pretty good spirits. Best Love to all, Earle If we make a strike I will go to Goldfield and then home [partially crossed out]



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