[Alice Hooker Jones]
in her 92nd year - but well and quite strong She is all smiles all the time at the sight of her Baby Fred.- always the favorite [and?] pet of his mother.- We were so in hopes when we left L. A- that you and our good uncle could cross the continent and visit us and the old Hooker Homestead — The ge[illegible] spot of all New England — I cannot yet give up the hopeFred joins me in Best Regards — and I send love and the hope your sister is comfortable — I want you to go to Uncle whenever you can — he misses you very much —Very sincerelyyour friendHark the LarkJones —There are Canyons & Sc[illegible]tch Rad[illegible]s here too! — Your picture with Car[illegible] & [others?] on all mantels here a.04823
Hinsdale, N. H.
1910 Jun 30
Original letter dimensions: 22.5 x 14 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0593
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