[Ann Gilrye Muir]
Annie [L. Muir]
[in margin: 538]Mrs Parry has just sent over to say that a prayer meeting would be held at their house tonight so I intend to go as we have a path shovelled over to their gate_ Give my best respects to Mrs Strenzel and Wanda and all the friendshoping they are all wellAffectionately Mother [embossed letterhead]Portage Jany. 21st 1886 Dear Anne I am very glad to know that your health was improved so much since you left Portage, you must feel quite encouraged and what a comfort it must be to spend the winter among fruits and flowers-We are having quite a severe winter we have a great deal of snow, and the side walks are only [jt meaning just?] usable where the snow plough has gone through in some places the snow is up to the garden fences06151
1886 Jan 21
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 25.5 cm.
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