[Alice Spencer Jones]
[letterhead]spirits from the mountain top- for dinner was served and the gentlemen guests - have gone on their way - rejoicing -Uncle has just read your letter and says, "isent that a fine letter"? He send his regards to you Genial John of Mountains. and says Come [on?] - that John of stars will meet John of Mountains when ever you sing out. Mrs Stott is here for Luncheon and sends greetings.Dont stay too long - but come Home Soon- so saysThe Lark.OVER. 04866
1910 Sep 2
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0814
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