be some adequate punishment for such as he.Your daughter Helen looks well and happy I am glad to see in this photograph of her, and as though she were as much at home in the desert as her father. I hope your anxiety is at an end. It seems to me that when I have read your part of the observationson the cruise of the Corwid I ought to return the book to you, for I hardly think you have another copy.The girls all send you their love. They are just starting up to the Tahoe region.With warm regards,sincerely yoursKatharine Hooker03901
circa [1907 ?] Aug 3
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