C[ alvin ] L[eighton] Hooper
not be surprised if I invite you to take a trip on board the “Rush” with me about October but I don’t care to say anything about it yet. Mrs Hooper is very anxious to return to California and to me it makes very little difference, so now it looks as if I might go back. I am still in your debt financially and will send you another book soon if you want any one specially I will be glad to send it. would you like any of the Government publications? We have all had a turn at the [sick?] mill since coming to Washington but just now we are all right Mrs Hooper joins in kindest regards to yourself and family. Poor DeLong what a sad fate. Yours truly C. L. Hooper01069
1882 May 22
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