Henrietta S. Thompson
it be ready so you can leave it with the publisher when you go away? And are you going to let them have the autobiography now? I knew they would be anxious to get that, for it is just full of all kinds of good things.I telephoned Mrs. Jones a few weeks ago, and she said you had sent her one of your new books "Your First Summer." She was much pleased, but said she had not felt like writing to anyone yet. She is very lonely I think without her Uncle. He left no provision for Northfield Hall so it has been closed. Marian has not been in Los Angelels any since the funeral and Mrs. Hooker was in San
1911 Aug 9
Original letter dimensions: 16 x 26 cm.
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