the week I think.Affectionately yoursKatharineDon't you think you had better call me Katharine instead of Mrs Hooker?426[letterhead]Sept 26My dear Mr MuirThere is quite a pile of manuscript of yours in the "Palace-Garret" as you used to call it. I judge it is all a part of the book I like to think you wrote there. "My Boyhood and Youth."Shall I send it to you by package post?05279
[1912 ?] Sep 26
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