[Ann G. Muir]


Dan[iel H. Muir]


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[4]how you are and how you are all getting along. I do feel deeply interested in your welfare — Shall we have the pleasure of seeing any of you’re here this summer – come all if you possibly can – do you like Racine as much as at first. We write in sending much love to you all – hoping you will yet see many happy birth days — May God bless you and ever keep you in the right way – from your affectionate Mother [1] June 28th 1873.Dear Danl. Tomorrow being your birthday - I hasten to offer you my warmest congratulations Truely I have much cause for gratitude to our Heavenly Father – for the the kind protecting care extended to us all as a family – May our lengthened days be spent in his service


[Portage, Wisc]

Date Original

1873 Jun 28


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Reel 02, Image 1151

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