[Alice Hooker Jones]
not written - yesterdays letter spoke of you in Martinez and so I hasten my note.How I do miss my "little n[illegible]ggins" typewriter - and I am more than certain my friends do also.This little N.E. England Village is at the height of its summer beauty- The long spring rains have made a very heavy foliage On our many walks and rides we think of you and wish you along - I have seen no bushes of adenostema - in fact - scarcely one of our California Flower Friends.The roses here are now in their glory - and I am enjoying them, I have not the quantity nor the quality here but I decorate the little house with t[illegible] as best I can. If you were here I would pin the prettiest bud I could find upon your coatFred's mother is 04823
Hinsdale, N. H.
1910 Jun 30
Original letter dimensions: 22.5 x 14 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0591
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