Anne R. Dickey
[illegible] on the lower porch, so you will be in good company.I miss Mrs Hooker terribly and dare not think what next winter will be without Ellie but if we have a reunion this summer that will give me a good brace.Were you not very much pleased with Mr Coburn's photo of yourself. We love it. Mrs Hooker's not a success. Mr Willard has been very low for a week but is rallying. It is a strange world, full05183
[ca. 1912 May]
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27 cm.
Reel 20, Image 1027
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