J[oanna Muir Brown]
Sister Mary [Muir Hand]
(2]not? Willis is about to buy a pony and [illegible] do in shall have [illegible] opportunity of seeing the sights of the city with you for you must know that we live two miles from the center of the city and thus far I have seen but comparatively little my- self [two words struck out] The art &[illegible] here are quite worth visiting and no doubt you will enjoy them and profit by them also. By the way I am hoping to try my hand with the [illegible] some time and may be you can give out [illegible] ideas4. Ethel grows more and more like her papa both in appearance and dispo- sition. Thought perhaps you may not thnk she resembles him when you see her.Annie is [illegible]again (she was not at all well for a while, having taken a severe cold) and was pretty comfortable and cheerful. She may return with John when he goes home through [she?] has not quite decided what she will do.Father is very well through always in bed.
Kansas City, Mo.
1885 Feb 22
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