twice a week now it would seem much better than this. I guess you have seen Fay Manwill. before now he is helping his father move to Spanish Fork. Where the sports live. It is so lonesome here that it is impossible to content myself altho I am existing you cant call it living. I long for one Kid and the only one that can fill the place that now seems vacant. If I could only impress it on you it might be different. But it seems as tho You were indifferent to my attentions. You are the ideal woman to my notion and I cant get it out of my head. There is but one for me and if I cannot make an impression it is not my fault.
It gives me great joy to think over the pleasant evenings that have been spent at your home. But could have been made better on my part. There is but little I could say but when I come down I will attempt to show you I'm not as bad as I seem. Well Kid it is not with regrets for the past actions I write but with hopes for the future. I will ring off for to night it is getting late with hope for an Ans Soon. I am as ever Milt.
Robinson and Mammoth are located here on a map. North is to the left.
T he first page of this letter is missing, so we don't know where it was written from, or when. It was written by Milt to Maggie probably early in the year 1911 from Robinson, where Milt was working in the mines of Tintic. By its context this appears to be the first of Milt's letters to his future wife.
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