[Ann Gilrye Muir]
Portage Wis Septr 30thDear Daughter LouieYour kind letter was gladly received hereI hope you and your little daughter will nto feel too lonesome during Johns absenceHis presence here has been to me an unspeakable pleasure for which I had often longed and do now feel thankful that curcumstances enabled him to come amongst us, even for a short timeI think his health improved a little while he was with us, and I hope he will return home much better06150
 Sep 30
Original letter dimensions: 40 x 13 cm.
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