J[oanna Muir Brown]
Sister Mary [Muir Hand]
Kansas City Mo. Feb. 22. 188[5?]Dear Sister Mary:_I have never yet told you how much pleasure your letter, contain ing an assurance of a visit from you and fam ily next summer, gave me and continues to give, I am delighted with the pros- pect and am [illegible] it will do us all good.If John also [illegible] with a sight of himself we shall have an un- usual summer, shall we26(31when you come, My eyes are so much stronger now and myu hand so much [illegible] than it used to be that I begain to hope to be able to improve myself in various ways before very long, that is when the children got a little older.The little ones are well and happy Minnie is growing fat and sweet and reminds me of little Gracie, she has the same quit dignified manner, (You remember what I mean)26
Kansas City, Mo.
1885 Feb 22
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