[Ann G. Muir]
Dear FriendsI would be much gratified to haer often from any of youShall we have the pleasure of seeing any of you in Portage this coming summerI hope you are all well My kindest wishes are with you and Danl, and each of the childrenWith affectionMotherportage April 19th 1888Dear EmmaYour letter of Jan came to hand, I have been much longer in replaying than I intended but I hope you will not follow my esample in thatWe have had a very long severe winter but at last the snow has disappearedMr. & Mrs Goodyear of our city has spent the winter in California and returned home a week ago. I called on them
1888 Apr 19
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