Letters and Manuscripts — Volume 25 (1910 - 1915)


Lt 9, 1913

White, J. E.; White, Emma

Sanitarium, California

May 7, 1913

Portions of this letter are published in 11MR 23.

My dear children Edson and Emma:

I must send you a few lines today. I should be very glad to see you, and I hope that you will make us a visit after the conference. We have a roomy house and can make you comfortable. I think you would both enjoy the climate of this place and that a stay here would prove a blessing to you healthwise. 25LtMs, Lt 9, 1913, par. 1

I earnestly hope that you will come. You may have suggestions to make, as you counsel with us, that will help us in our plans for the future. 25LtMs, Lt 9, 1913, par. 2

Willie is now on his way to the conference. He expects to stay through the entire session. I shall not attend. I desire to save my strength for the work here that is essential to be done. 25LtMs, Lt 9, 1913, par. 3

I have a company of faithful workers who are helping to prepare matter for the press. They are of good courage, and look on the bright side. We are doing our best to gather together the precious instruction that the people need. 25LtMs, Lt 9, 1913, par. 4

I cannot write more today; for I am weary and my eyes trouble me. 25LtMs, Lt 9, 1913, par. 5

Hoping to see you soon. 25LtMs, Lt 9, 1913, par. 6