Marian O. Hooker
and again ready for the best mountain trips with you.My work pres on [illegible]igly, and my reprehensible [illegible]euritis is retreating into the uncared-for past. I need the mountains to put strength and muscle again into that [illegible]ably arm, howeverMarch 31/09.My dear Mr. Muir-It is very nice to have [received?] news of you through my father, and your messages through my mother's letters- I wish I might be at home enjoying the days you are spending there and hearing of the moutnains04463 again. It would be a delight to get off into the regions around Yosemite with you this summer, but I am not daring to make any settled plans until I go home and see how plans there turn. Father reports Helen as improving after a tedious illness- I hope the fever was not such as to make you really anxious long- and I do hope this will be the ending of the long siege of ill health she has had to battle against, and that she will come out on top after all, strongmy [firm?] partner is taking his turn at being out of college. It would be sad if I represented the [whole?] senior class next year!Please give my regards and best wishes to your daughter - My love to you-Faithfully yours,Marian O. Hooker-04463
1909 Mar 31
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Hooker, Marian O., "Letter from Marian O. Hooker to John Muir, 1909 Mar 31." (1909). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 5727.
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