Maggie R. [Margaret Muir Reid]
feed him with a spoon but it about in his usual health again. but I suppose you hear now & again from them all & likely L repeats things you know. but will make it all right when you come, what grand long talks we will have then.With much love to you all Louie Wanda & yourself & a big kiss for Wanda. I close, affectionately,Maggie R.I hope to hear from you soon01163 Crete Neb May 10 th 1885My Dear Brother JohnIt seems quite a while since I have heard from you but I am the one to blame perhaps. How is Mrs. Strentzel ? I hope she has got well again. remember me to her. I will never forget her many kindnesses to Sara & L. I hope that yourself & Louie & Wanda are well. Whin will we see you face to face We are all well as usual, at least - none of us who are at home. Annie has been away visiting an old friend who got married & moved to the northern part
1885 May 10
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