Annie L. Muir
John Muir & Louie [Strentzel Muir]
walls and pictures (Johns more especially) the same afternoon. A number of the slips &c are in pots and under glass- We shared with Davids’ folks. O. M. G. was in town this afternoon. Said he had rec’d a letter from you which changed his mind materially. Said he should write S. to stay until spring – Anna has resigned her school, so that all will go smoothly at home now. Hope they will stay and rest, and get all the benefit, Californian climate can [afford?] them. You and Joanna write of such ge[illegible] ch[illegible], that our severe winter weather seems harder to bear than ever – GoodbyeLovingly Your Sister Annie L. Muir
1883 jan 4
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 04, Image 1004
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