C[harlotte] H. Kellogg
oftener than our present ways of living allow. Helen wrote me you were with Mr. Hooker and I am hoping that means plenty of time to work without interruption and no return of a cough or bronchitis this [illegible]. Please let us know if all goes well - We are looking eagerly for the new articles in the Atlantic.Do you plan after th[en?] to do something with those fascinating India and othernotes?We had an unusually delightful time Saturday morning riding down the valley with William Locke, who may be now in Los Angeles. He came down to take a look at the university and then went in a private train to Los [illegible] escorted by the Kelloggs & the Woodwards, whom you probably dont know! He was not at all the formal, monosyllabic Englishman of tradition - but of course we would be sure
1910 Nov 5
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