J[oanna Muir Brown]
Mother [Ann G. Muir] Sarah [Galloway] & Annie [Muir]
[in margin: The heat is so intense that [illegible] feels very weak. Mother your kind letter was [daily read?] Annie would you [pray?] for the little blue [illegible]]Kansas City Mo. July 27, 1885Dear Mother and Sarah and Annie [to?]i know you are anxious to hear from us and I must not be so selfish as to keep you waiting too long. I can write only of that which fills my heart. I think Mother told you how we hastened to the country with our little sick darling, thinking that the change might assist and by strong advice of the doctor. On the way the cool breeze [seemed?] to revive her a little and arriving there at 9:23 22 P.M. we all had a good_
Kansas City, Mo.
1885 Jul 27
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