Alice Spencer Hooker Jones
for in the winter it is hard to keep this comfortable.I wonder where you are! Are people there any nicer than we are? and do they pin fresh roses on you every day?Fred is well and joins me in the very kindest regards as alwaysHark the Lark.Alice Spencer Hooker Jones325 W. AdamsAug 14/13-My dear Mr Muir, _I think of you very often, look at your splendid picture and then read once again some of your Boy stories, and then it seems05514
1913 Aug 14
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 21, Image 0670
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