Two short, handwritten letters, each about 1.25 pages, dated in June and August of 1892. Both with folds from mailing, otherwise very good. Helen Wilmans (1831-1907) began her career as a journalist in San Francisco, but made a name for herself writing about the use of the mind in Healing and drawing wealth and success to oneself. In the first of these letters, she acknowledges receipt of $3.00 from someone with an ailing mother. The correspondent is directed to faithfully follow the enclosed instructions (not present here) and to "not fear but trust your hopes and desires always." In the second letter, two months later, she acknowledges receipt of another $2.00 and says, "I feel certain that your mother will come out all right. I am treating her faithfully and know that the organized life forces within her are stronger than any and all forms of disease....". Together these offer an interesting glimpse of a mental science practitioner in action.