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C. A. Earle Rinker letter to his mother, November 26, 1906, page 3

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MACMASTER & MACMASTER MINING STOCK BROKERS P.O. BOX 1063 GOLDFIELD, NEV. - 2 - Don't make much difference where you get it. I wear a short that is size 14 1/2. Expect you had better get about a 15 1/2 so that It will have room to shrink. Get a gray color, something that will not show dirt very much. I know several of the fellows here that are wearing those shirts until they simply wear out. They clean the collars and cuffs with Gasoline and their shorts are always clean. Expect a size 15 would be big enough. Now just get one shirt and I will try that and see how it goes. I can weat it a long time. You cannot wear a linen collar more than 1 day here. John rooms a couple of squares away from me. We both get out mealks at the same place. I go to Johns rooming house pretty often because they have a nice warm sitting room there. He don't come down to my room very often because it is so cold. The first time I think of it I will tell John what you said about him getting married. Never said anything to him about it yet. I have been feeling pretty good today. Hope you are all well. Earle Tell Billie Hello. (over)



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