Mary [Muir Hand]
John Muir & Louie [Strentzel Muir]
possibility of your making us all a visit next year. Oh how we all hope you may!- We anticipate pleasure beyond expression at such a meeting – Is there no wisdom in hoping that we may all meet in a family reunion The family has grown to be so large in all its branchings, that it would not be an easy matter, as some one is apt to be sick or some one has the care of a little one – or some something comes to make a hinderance but we will hope that a day may come that brings no hinderance with it.In your last letter John —you sent me a picture to enlarge for you, as I promised to do in a letter written some time before – I have not forgotten it, but will do it some time. D.V. — I have not been well enough to do much in picturing for some time. During the summer I made two little flower-pictures in oil and one in water colors that is all – We are expecting more of Wheler’s photographs ere very long – and then we will send you one May we look for one of Wanda’s some time? -
1882 Dec 24
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.
Reel 04, Image 0982
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