[Alice Spencer H.] Jones
trees that I should put in - If you would, I should be so glad - for they would certainly be real aristocrats. I want good things but know so little - Will write again, when get in town. Fred sends his best regrads and I my love-
Hark the Lark Jones
[in margin: Hooker f[illegible]]
May 16. 1913.
My dear Good Friend,
So very much do I wish to thank you for the beautiful new Book - It is the very best of all! For it is you, just you!
Everybody is going to love it. - especially the children.
It brings to Fred and me so very many happy memories of those blissful other days when we were all together among the roses.
I am in the
country today- and this the only pen.-.
We have four acres - a little house under a wonderful live oak tree - surrounded by orange trees.
We want some fine trees. Sometime please make me a list of some
1913 May 16
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Jones, Alice Spencer H., "Letter from [Alice Spencer H.] Jones to [John Muir], 1913 May 16." (1913). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 3993.
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