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I believe she is the granddaughter of John, and a former model.
This is not to say that this lot is genuine, however. It looks suspicious to me.
Per the few notes on the drawing, might this be a sketch from the field of a grounding system?, but why would Herbert Johnson personally need it? Could someone have added the "Wright stuff" later to a field sketch by a tradesperson in an attempt to increase its "value"?
We have seen another "affidavit" letter from Ms Wright, for a similarly suspect item---a Wright letter, if I recall correctly. Besides documenting the offering I have sent a "report" to eBay objecting to the object and its representation. They don't reply to such input, they say, but make it easy to provide same. One hesitates to be specific about the faults, lest they serve to improve subsequent fakes in the market ?