Marian O. Hooker
are in Martinez, we should like very much to give you our greetings in person. If I do not hear from you by next Friday afternoon, I shall know that you have already gone [illegible] to Arizona again- Helen [Greame?] passes a serene life with her baby and husband - Ellie has had her first trip eastward this past summer- a great [experience?] to her, and one that she got a great deal out of- when the1384 Masonic Ave-San Francisco -Jan 21- 1906My dear Mr. Muir-Your letter returned to me here, and I was very glad to have word of you - the latest news I heard was from Mr. Gannett before Xmas, saying that you were at Adamana and that Miss Helen was doing well- I am so sorry to hear that she is still so far from well and that she had to go through03683
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