Letters and Manuscripts — Volume 23 (1908)


Lt 154, 1908

Haskell, Brother and Sister

St. Helena, California

May 19, 1908

This letter is published in entirety in 1MR 325-326.

Elder S. N. Haskell
Box 597

Dear Brother and Sister Haskell:

I will write only a few lines to you this morning. I have had quite a serious time since I came from Lodi. I took cold and have been quite seriously afflicted. 23LtMs, Lt 154, 1908, par. 1

I have been told that it is announced that I am to speak to the school at Healdsburg next Sabbath. I shall put my trust in the Lord. He is my strength and my wisdom. 23LtMs, Lt 154, 1908, par. 2

I would like to have you tell me which of the two places the brethren have in view, as a possible location for the school, you think to have the best advantages. W. C. White favors the place at Santa Rosa, and this is much less in price. Please tell me how you view the matter. I am expected to look at the place next Friday. I shall be on the ground about noon of that day. 23LtMs, Lt 154, 1908, par. 3

I will be glad to have you respond at once to this, and let me know which of the two sites you think the most suitable. 23LtMs, Lt 154, 1908, par. 4