New York house & try to finish the Yosemite book before setting forth on the Amazon excursion. As you know I have to go to Yale CommencementRemember me to Mr & all who love you.Merry Lark keeps me in touch with the rose-floods of bloom & the Hooker home in general I have so long enjoyedWhen you go to S. F. send me your address. Mine[May 1911]Rochester N. Y.Dear Mrs HookerIt seems lonesomely long since I had a word from you direct.I'm now on my way to Boston after more than a week in Washington on Hetch Hetchy affairs, an awful strenuous week full of dizzying speeches, dinners, receptions, functions, etc. fit to kill. At Boston I want to arrange for books, then return to Mrs. Harriman's
Rochester, N. Y.
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