Annie L. Muir
Father is quite feeble now keeping his room and bed much of the time, but says he is in good health. has a good appe- tite and seems quite comfortable & happy.I hope you will not fail this time in your intended visit to us all, the coming winter as you have so many times failed. And now with love to [Louie?] and little Wanda as well as to your - self I am as ever your Sister Annie L. Muir01140 Kansas City Mo. August 30, 1884. Dear Brother John:Since writing to you last I have made good strides toward health Indeed so much better am I, that I no longer regard my intended visit to Cal. essential to my complete recovery.My cough with its attendant symptoms have almost entirely left me; and I seem but to require strength to place [me upon?] my former footing at last.And strength is, I think, coming as fast as possible
Kansas City, Mo.
1884 Aug 30
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