J[ohn] D[aggett] Hooker
less tired and happier all the day long.We shall be glad to hear from you at any and all times we want to keep close tabs on your movements and doings. Dont forget us irreverererent wretch tho' we be--we dont aim to be wicked, but just--altho our hope for heaven is limited.Joy be with you and good luckFaithfully yoursJno D Hooker[letterhead]4/24/11Good morning Capt JohnHere is the Lark [illegible]ing about with fine flowers hunting for your Buttonhole. Saying this would please Mr Muir I am sure. The garden is in its glory. I've just filled all the vases with the fairest flowers on [earth?] and they provoke the hymns even to the doxology.I try not to let my neighbors find fault with [the?]04983
1911 Apr 24
Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 28 cm.
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