Annie L. Muir


John Muir


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[4]large audiences - We have not lost our faith nor our courage however, for "The Lord Requith" & we will yet rejoice.I thank you for your Christmas present & for your good wishes for the New Year. May the Coming Year be the best you have ever had is the Prayer of your loving SisterAnnie L. MuirP.S. My best wishes for a Happy New year to all of your family_ Grandma, Strentzel includedA.L.M.[5]P.S. How would you advise me to invest my money when it comes?[11 Jan 1897]02216[1]Portage, Wis. Jan. 11- 97.Dear Brother John.Your letter of the 1st gave me great satisfaction. And I cannot tell you how deeply grateful I am to you for your brotherly kindness, in this matter. To have this business settled to David's satisfaction--and to know that all of his dealings with Mother were just what they should be gives me great comfort; for Mother never understood the situation--or, if she did, at the time of David's settlement with her, she must have forgotten it immediately, for, as you yourself know, she was never satisfied about it and expressed many doubts. Of this David need never know anything further, as02216


Portage, Wisc.

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Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.

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