J[oanna Muir Brown]
[Mary Muir Hand]
his mind and says it is not food for him to ex- ercise at all and so on but it makes it harder for me first snow as mother is away from home for a week or more and I have to wait on him all alone. but he will likely get tired of [illegible] soon. I told him today that I thought it would perhaps be better if he would sit up a little while but he said any thoughts were all diabolical and he had no one to please but the Lord.I could not save your house for you for a family moved into it some time ago, but I like them quite well and we have become quite neigh-[both sides of addressed and post marked envelope] 1885 Joanna Mrs. Willis Hand Phillips Wisconsin
Kansas City, Mo.
[1885 May 28?]
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