very glad she lived long enough to have the content of seeing the book of her brother's life completed before the end came for her too -I looked hopefully for you Tuesday- If you drop down on me, you will find a welcome ready, tho' you will miss my mothers presenceand cheer while I am so much away and so busy studying in the house hours-Are you being blown about to night by this old storm we are getting?With warm regards,Marian Hooker.
1910 Jan 20
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0103
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