February 8, 1916
Received by James Padgett
I am here, Helen.
Well, you need a keeper, for you never know when to go to bed. I mean that you must not let your interest in us or our writing interfere with those things which are necessary for your physical welfare.
I will say only a word more and, that is, that I love you with all my heart and soul and am with you all the time that I can spare from my work. Yes, he told me what you said, and I will try to find him sometime and bring him to answer for himself. I see you object, and it may work all right, I don't know.
He says he was there and gave Mr. Morgan* a guide - a very powerful Indian of the more civilized tribes. He is something like White Eagle and will be a great benefit to Mr. Morgan. Yes, White Eagle says his name is Red Fox.
So with all my love, I am
Your own true and loving,