[Ann G. Muir]
shoulder and often shoots upward [illegible]aim not troubled much through the day as through the night not flannel seems to help me.If you can suggest any thing to rub on it I would be obligedI hope you will all have a very happy ChristmasWith kindred love to all I am affectionately MotherPortage Decr. 11 1888Dear EmmaIt seems a very long time since I have had a letter from any of you but I expect you are all wellWe are all surprised to think we are so near Christmas and still have beautiful weather
1888 Dec 11
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