I received your recent letter and the enclosed check for which I desire to assure you of my unbound gratitude. Your unselfish
propensity for and vaulting ambition towards enhancing the happiness and felicity of your children must be a great influencing
factor in the eyes of God in so bestowing upon your bountiful success. My only hope is that we shall grow up worthy of such
a father and I shall do my best towards this end.
We have at last succeeded in having our transfusion instrument placed on the market. I have ordered one for Dr. Walter Maas
and he should get his soon. I have also invented a new needle for transfusion which is in the process for manufacture now
and which is apparently going to become a success as everyone that has seen it wants one like it. I hope that I shall be rewarded
financially and if God