Becher writes to say that he thinks a suitor of Ruth is quite ineligible to marry her and should be discouraged from courting her.
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Ruth was the daughter of Becher's deceased older brother. See <https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/204636903/cecil-leycester-becher> and <http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~becher/genealogy/bechers_in_the_newspapers.htm>.
Becher, Cecil Leycester, "Letter from Cecil Leycester Becher to Evelyn Whitehead," LET1293, Whitehead Research Library, accessed September 25, 2023, http://wrl.whiteheadresearch.org/items/show/2518.