Annie L. Muir
has been quite sick. She is in her usual health again - has been staying with Sarah for several weeks -where I am sure she had the best of care. Father's health has been very good all winter; but he is quite feble. and keeps his bed constantly. he has not been down stairs since the 3rd of last September.He is very happy, however and says he believes him self to be the happiest man living.Joanna & family are well with the exception of colds. Please write soon to your sister Annie L. M.[in margin: Joanna sends love to you and to your family. We hope to see you all soon] [Kansas City, Mo. letterhead] 120 West 6th St. March 5-1995Dear Brother John -I have been looking for a letter from you for some time but as none comes I will write again to you.We are very anxious to hear of your health You have not yet given us any idea of the nature of your difficulty.
Kansas City, Mo.
1885 Mar 5
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