[Ann G. Muir]


Dan[iel H. Muir]


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[1] Portage May 30 /72Danl. Dear, It seems so very long since I have heard anything of you either directly or indirectly that I thought I must write - although you have not answered my last letter - I hope you and your wife are both well I expect you are getting on well in business but would be glad if you could send a few lines homeward at times - we are anxious to hear from you - could you not try to make us a visit this summer - we would


Portage [Wisc.]

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1872 May 30


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