[Daniel H. Muir] and Sister
near the end. Remember me to Mr and Mrs [Tostiprin?], Miss De Diemar, and Mrs Smith, and tell Mrs Tosliven that her boquet is blooming yet Mother sends her love to you both but thinks she cannot come to see you for some time at any rate, and now I shall expect soon to hear from you and do not fail to give me the pleasure Most affectionately Your sister Joanna  Portage City Wis. June 19th, 1872My dear Brother and Sister I arrived in due time at Portage, tired, d[illegible] and hungry but with all entirely good natured as I was met at the depot by Father, Maggie and little Billy. The cars were very much crowded, but my seat- mate proved to be very sociable, and entertained me with a description of Philadelphia from which place he had first come. I came home, it seems, just at the right time, as there is a
Portage City, Wisc.
1872 Jun 19
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