be. Presently however, I discovered that little [illegible] upon which I smiled broadly and was satisfied.Yes, as you imply, this is a [plundering?] world and friends are always getting scattered, losing the trail, being turned aside, torn apart, confronted by divided duties. How are we to mend it!I do trust your cold is better. You have to burrow too much among dusty thingsAffectionatelyKatharine Hooker
Mt. Lowe [Calif.]
[1912 ?] May 17
Original letter dimensions: 23 x 14.5 cm.
Reel 20, Image 1003
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