Annie G. Reid
 [in margin: 594]many lessons. Antie Johana has been very sick but she is geting well and she has been teaching the second ward school Jessie goes to the second ward school and she likes Antie very well for a teacher Antie Johana is our sunday school teacher and I like her very well we are all well and we are all going to school and we are geting along well at school. and Annie Gall[illegible]y is taking Musick lessons to and she has got a nice Organ to and she comes in every satter day and taks lessons and she said that she likes it very well Uncle John our sunday school had a nice sleigh Ride and after it we had a festable and their was a little girl fell out and hurt her alittle but not much but we had a nice time we rode from five till six and staid from six till eight. Uncle John will you writ to me soon I gess I will have to close my letter because it is geting dark. your affecti[illegible] niece. Annie G. Reid all went up to grandmas on Christ to time and in the afternoon grandpa went up town and got us all a present he got me a [illegible] and Annie a doll and Annie Galloway a match box and Annie Muir a match box to. and Willie and Harrie a horse and we all had a good time Harrie wants me to tell you that he has got the three rocken chairs for his horses one is named billy and dandy and Barney and he is playing with them all the time. but i am going to bed now rite to me soon i have wrote to you before but you did not answer From your affecttian neice Jessie S Reid
Portage City, [Wisc]
1873 Feb 24
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 25 cm.
Reel 02, Image 1073
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