longer on even this beautiful earthYou have yet to tell me of your adventures with the publishers. Whoever has your boyhood volume in hand will I know spare no time to put it in form so that we allreceived a letter from Mr Hooker after his death in which he said he truly hoped he might live long enough to see the bay trees placed in the observatory? Dear man, he must know now more of other worlds and stars and heaven than if he had lingered05072
Rochester, N. Y.
[1911 ?] Jul 10
Original letter dimensions: 13.5 x 22.5 cm.
Reel 20, Image 0492
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