[illegible][illegible][illegible][illegible] this Fall.We have been most successful as schools usually go the first year. We have twenty-five children enrolled. Twelve in the Primary and grammar department and thirteen in mine.Have I written you since I saw Mr. John Van Dyke. He was very charming he lunchedwith us on his way through to his brother's ranch in D[illegible]gett. Mr. Hooker is home again but Mrs. Hooker still [lingers?] in the East. M[illegible] is at college and [illegible].Mr. Hooker was in the East for three months and was ill most of the time while there.I am sorry your house has to be
circa [ca. 1906 Dec ?]
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 22.5 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0489
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