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C. A. Earle Rinker letter to his mother, March 17, 1907, page 2

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I left all my affairs in Goldfield to Condon. I don't think I will be out more than a month. We are about 50 mile from a railroad and when I get ready to come in I am going to come back to Goldfield. I did not get to see John or Hurry before I left. Tonopah is the last place we will hit of any size for some time now. Now don't you worry about me Mother for I am feeling fine for the trip. If I do any good on this trip I will run home as soon as I get back. Will quit for tonight. Good Night. Earle --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sunday Morning Mar 17 /07 Dear Mother, We are all ready to start on this morning. I am feeling fine. Don't worry Mother but just keep well and I will be O.K. Good Bye to all for a short time. Earle



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