Willis Hubbard to Katherine Fletcher, 1885 March 31
your letter was rec'd a few days ago and in reply would say that you must have
made a great mistake in reading my last. I think that if you look it over
closely again you will find that I said "I didn't see what you could want of
photo unless you wanted to hang it up in some corn field" I dont think you or any one else ever heard me say a word against Peter Bassett. and as for you riding to & from the junction with him, what do you suppose I care about that? That was all proper enough. You will perhaps think that this letter is somewhat brief but I have not time to write any more and nothing more to say.
yours without a [struggle]Willis S Hubbard