September 6, 1932
Earl A. Hoose, Jr.,
451 Chemung Street,
Waverly, New York
My dear Earl:
Your letter of September 3d with its good news
made me very happy and I know that it will please your father and
mother whose hearts have been so anxious for you during these
past months. Some day, perhaps, when you are much older you will
realize what it means to be responsible for boys and girls in
this age. They do not seem to know what parental love and respon©
*sibllity are, but there is notning in the world that can ever repay parents for their care and devotion while their children are
young more than for them to get an education and make good citizens
I shall be glad to hear from you occasionally, and be
sure and see me if you come to Washington. I shall want to have
a talk with you. I expect you know that your Uncle William B# is
to be in New York for a few days and is coming to Washington. I
wish you might meet him here. If I find out when he is coming I
will drop you a line.
Be assured you have my sincere good wishes. My love
for your mother makes me yearn for your success in life.
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