Alice [Spencer H. Jones]
DIRECTORSJOHN D. HOOKER, PRES. MRS. RUSSELL, JUDSON WATERSMRS. WILLIAM WARREN ORCUTTMRS. WILLIAM BOWNE HUNNEWELLMISS CAROLINE M. SEYMOURNorthfield Hall1361 SOUTH FLOWER STREETLOS ANGELESTELEPHONE 21242MRS. FRED HOOKER JONESSECRETARY AND MANAGER2430 8. FLOWER ST.TEL. 22607I just now called up our dear little Mrs [Thomphson?] - Henrietta - and read your letter to her, and she was so pleased and said "Tell Mr Muir that I mis him so much,and be sure to give him my love". That's the message direct from the wire. She will come out to luncheon this week and get some of her things there.The last we heard from Col Sellers was that he remained about the same with longer intervals of unconsciousness.Mr and Mrs Scott spent the evening with us last evening. She is such a dear!I [h e?] not been to the garret and someway I do not to go far it is so lonesome there, but I really must go far it may get inhabited by spiders and things and so take place---I shall go there today to preserve your rights-------and now before I fly away, let me pin this lovely red rose upon you,fur "it is the symbol of your office" and I alone hold first and undisputed right to decorate you and never forget to "remember the West" where dwellsyour affectionate "Bark"[in margin: [Mrs Fred H. Jones Alice [A?] H. Jones]]If my Uncle were here he would overwhelm me with messages to you, for he said "you write" and I will send him all kinds of fun"Ali05005
1911 Apr 25
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
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