[Alice Spencer Hooker Jones]
family for a few months.I introduced myself to Mrs Brant as having a mutual friend in Mr John Muir. -That was enough- we have good visits together and talk about your last visit here with our good uncle John Hooker.Mr & Mrs Brant also own a fine country in Sierra Madre, not far from us-The Bread- oh I remember how good you said the Bread was, and you brought some home[letterhead]to me.It seems such a long time since we have seen you- and I do want some wintergreen candies! And you really need me to pin moring roses upon you-The garden is lovely now. but always missing the one for whom it always seemed to grow and blossom- and whose smiles he used to scatter05778
Grand Canyon, Ariz.
1914 Jun 18
Original letter dimensions: 24 x 15.5 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0417
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