Annie Wanda Muir
[in margin: Wanda]August 7, 1888.My dear Papa,I hope you are well now I was so sorry you felt sick. we are well baby looks sweeter every day and is very well she cried 'a good deal at the musketos becous we would not let her play out is the garden and then she wanted mamma all the time. [slanted line]last sunday we were planing how to go to the city and Helen lay still without talking till we were thru then she said "I dont want mama stay at any more folks"09168
1888 Aug 7
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.
Reel 05, Image 1118
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