J[ohn] D[aggett] Hooker
L. A. 3/6/10Mar 6, 1910Mr John MuirMy dear Sir.All hands here are rejoicing over your effort and success, as regards H. Hy. The girls cry hurrah three times three. We hope there may be no going back again to Villians in S. F. -Mr Andrew Carn[illegible] will be at Pasadena from the 15th to the 25th p[illegible]If you will drop down04723to spend a week or two at our house I will try to get you to scotchsmen together at lunch here some day. You will like him I am sure - that [illegible] be interested in you [and?] can be no doubt. - if I can get you together - Better drop down - our door is wide open for you at any and all times. I have very little to do so we can go motoring all about Cordially J D Hooker
1910 Mar 6
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