Anne W. Cheney
time the boy is having, just what he needs, there seems to me a very slight improvements in his last letters, his contact with the literary world, ought to do him good. Do you never feel weary of life? if not what is your receipt? perhaps after all a good sound body has more to do with it than anything else. Father sends regards, he has been nicely until the March winds began to blow, & has been housed for a week or more — With kindest regards, & hoping to hear from you soon, telling us all about yourself & your doings I remain truly your friend Anne W. Cheney —————  Home Sunday Mar. 15th 1874My dear Mr. Muir, I hardly know where to address this letter, as your last to me was written in such distress of mind at leaving the Valley, & as I have not heard of your being in Oakland from any of my friends, am rather lost in 00680
[New York ?]
1874 Mar 15
Original letter dimensions: 30 x 13.5 cm.
Reel 03, Image 0039
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