[Ann G. Muir]


Daniel [H. Muir]


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I hope you will like your new home. I suppose you have all the business you can attend to and when you get tired I hope you will come here to recruit and rest. I hope Emma and baby will be able to pay us a visit this summer it would give us such pleasure I hope Joanna will improve so that she will be able to walk out when fine weather comes. we are all in our usual health, and all unite with me in sending you all much love from you affectionate Mother The same day, Which is “Pa’s & Ma’s” & St. Patricks Portage City, Wisconsin.My Dear Racinians, It [underlined: is] so, if that there Postal [ did?] look so bad, I [underlined: did] reach home inch of the road [illegible] [illegible] any injury (visible at [best?]) to either my p[illegible] or safety [illegible] I found all in usual health with the except- tion of John Reid Jn. who was quite sick last week but is now convalescent. ahem! I went [illegible] [illegible] the country on Monday to visit my Caledonian friends and was [illegible] staid, returning only3. This letter from Annie is written on p. 3 & 4 of letter from “Mother” to “Dear Daniel” Mar. 17, 1875


[Portage, Wisc.]

Date Original

1875 Mar 17


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Reel 03, Image 0277

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