C. A. Earle Rinker letter to his mother, Apr. 24, 1908, page 2
Well I will have to quit and write the girls a line. I am getting along fine now out at the mine and the $4.00 is looking easy money at this time. There a lot of fellows that would like to have my job. I have got me a big dinner pail now and they say I look like a regular old irishman. I am eating enough to you can bet. Have never received a letter from Cash Richman yet and am getting anxious to hear from him. Well I will cut it out now. Hope you are all well. We are all dandy here. Earle. I will drop this in the P.O. on the way to the Cabin after the scrap. So don't get excited if I say I am on the way home. I only mean the little chicken coup we are [stopping?] in when I say "home" in Goldfield.
- C. A. Earle Rinker letter to his mother, Apr. 24, 1908, page 2
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