Maggie [Margaret Muir Reid]
01302Crete, Neb. Mary [stricken word] 2.nd 1888My Dear Bro John.I hope you are all well. & that you are not working & writing [stricken word] too much. I suppose your cherry harvest is over & the trees here have only come into bloom. another cold winter has passed. & we have had a windy hard spring. it seems as if March winds keep on blowing still, though warmer some fo the time. John is still in Kan. expects to come home a while in about two weeks or when he gets all his crop in & will leave things in Harry's care a while.A man by the name of Sherril who has been in
1888 May 2
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