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C. A. Earle Rinker letter to his mother, Mar. 16, 1908, page 2

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Well I don't want you and Dady to worry any more about me working around the mine. I can promise you I won't go underground to work and I have never heard of a top man getting hurt in any way. That is I never heardof any one but myself getting hurt. I got one finger scratched but not enough to keep me from writing and in fact its well now. I got a little extra work today There is a man here by the name of L. K. Koontz who is a big Pittsburg manufacturer and who is manager for the C.O.D. and Gold Bar Mining Companis there. He gave me several letters this afternoon but I will not write them until tomorrow. I have made a whole lot better than expenses this month. Well I will quit for this time and hope that you are all well. All well here. Earles



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