Marian O. Hooker
with that miserable, anxious time of pneumonia - I do hope that she will gain steadily now and keep you out of all anxiety- and be strong and well by the summer, and make it possible for you all to go to the mountains- As to the Kaweah pilgrims, Ellie is the only one at any distance from me just now. She is in Los Angeles with my mother, doing more than fill my place while I am away- Helen Greame (Mrs. Sperry) is at home in San Francisco, and Mrs. Dickey has just gone to Berkeley to be there with Donald while he does work there this spring in preparation for Yale next fall - We three tried hard to arrange an afternoon call on you at Martinez this afternoon- but have failed - I wonder if you will be at home next Sunday afternoon, or whether you will have returned by that time to Adamana- If you
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