Annie L. Muir
 We would be very glad to hear some thing more dif- inite about yourself_With regard to my own health, I am happy to say that I continue to improve rather than otherwise, notwithstand ing the very trying spring weather which we are now having here.Almost all, are suffering from colds.I think of returning to Wisconsin next-month if all is favorable, and it will not interfere01154  with your plans.Can you just - as well start from Portage as from this place, on your return to to Cal.?I judge from appearances that it will be mid- summer before you will be likely to be ready to return, if so I would like to spend the inter- vening months at home. It is already one and one half years since I left Wisconsin.I was very sorry to learn from Sarah, that Mother
Kansas City, Mo.
1885 Mar 5
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