have Mrs Thompson typing for me today - don't you think it quite time that I began?
With love from us all
325 W. ADAMS STREET
Dear Mr Muir
We miss you. Are you doing the same for us?
The red leaves in all their beautiful shadings have come, and are to be kept for Christmas. The sprig of libocedrus I [consider?] mine.
Fanny Canfield is stopping with us now, and Saturday evening there will be two very pretty young girls to spend the night here. So you see the house keeps full, which is a fond thing.
Mrs Hark- the Lark Jones, all along of
your absence, finds no one to finish out her coffee with her at the breakfast table, and so is left to drink it alone in sadness and gloom.
For this and various reasons it looks as though your duty would lead you back here before long. I am going to
Original letter dimensions: 18 x 22.5 cm.
Hooker, Katharine, "Letter from Katharine Hooker to John Muir, [1907 ?] Dec 2." (1907). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 3847.
Reel 16, Image 1241
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