have felt about the Hetch Hetchy. I have grieved more about your long and fruitless labor than any other phase of it. I do not know if you will have seen this editorial from the Springfield Republican, but it pleased me and I send it. There was an excellent one, in the same spirit, in the New York Outlook.We all send you love and greetings from this far away Africa. I sometimes think I am dreaming that I am floating on the hill.Ever affectionately yoursKatharine Hooker
Dahabeah Dongola [Africa]
[1914 ?] Feb 4
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