Marian O. Hooker
conscience I should have if there were no young person in the house to keep [home?] bright and help the mother with her cares-Mrs. Dickey spent part of the summer at Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe, which she enjoyed greatly- After that she was in San Francisco for a time while Donald went off hunting in the mountains in So[illegible]acounty - It was his ambition to get a deer- he said he wanted one on his record, and would never want another - He succeeded in getting the deer, and I hope will follow out the rest of his statement to the letter.The warmest regards of all the Kaweah girls to you and your daughters- and their best wishes also.Faithfully yours,Marian O. Hooker-
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Reel 16, Image 0059
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