Mother [Ann Gilrye Muir]
2and I have got a small stove for her room so I think she will be quite comfortable nowon the whole I think Annie is very much better than when she left us, and she is able to walk out a good deal she often talks about you all, and about many Californian scenesWere you here I think you would find us all about the same as when you left us, but that seems so long ago, and I espct you are so busy that to write us a letter now and then is all that you can do at present013253but I will yet hope to meet you once moreDavid is having a very good business this fall and still continues his weekly visits to us, he has put double windows in my bedroom tooI will close with kind love to you and Louie and the ChildrenAffectionately Mother01325
1888 Nov 30
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 05, Image 1208
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