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Grandmother5 wants me to write you a
note on "Mothers' Day". You are a dear girl to write her so often, and I
enjoy your letters as much as she does. You can not know how much letters
mean to her—how she watches the path in the shrubbery for the post–boy's
white coat, and how she smiles STEPHEN SMITH, M. D.
CHARLES W. THOMPSON, M. D.
ASSOCIATE MEDICAL DIRECTOR
J. A. COLLIE, M. D.
ETHEL FANSON, M. D.
PATHOLOGIST LAS ENCINAS
PASADENA, CALIFORNIA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
GEORGE DOCK, M. D., PRES.
W. JARVIS BARLOW, M. D.
F. C. E. MATTISON, M. D.
STEPHEN SMITH, M. D.
F. H. MACPHERSON when he
hoe holds up a letter. When I'm here I always
resolve to write every day hereafter—but I never am able to keep that
resolution. You do better than any of the grandchildren, you and Helen Louise6 she counts on. I'm very
grateful to you both for writing to her so often.
So glad you like the blue scarf, dear.RETURN IN [missing]DAYS TO