C[alvin] L[eighton] Hooper
344I think you will be [duly notified?]. The doctor is still here working hard for his King and [Country?] – I hope you are well and enjoying yourself. I should like to meet Mrs Muir and [illegible] wondeful give before I go East of. You come down I wish your would come to our house or let us know where to find you. [Ms?] Hooper and the babies are well but somewhat undecided as to what to do about going East with me I have no idea whether I will come back in the spring – but shall try to remain East I have read two letters from the [illegible] since he went East he is till in Washington but expects to go to Chicago soon on a months leave With kindest regards —Yours very truly [C. L. Cooper?]01031
1881 Dec 7
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