Julia M. Moores
[scribble on blank page] [in margin: [043?]]Dec. 30th 1886Dr. Strenzel, Dear Sir,May I ask you for the present address of your son in law- John Muir? I wrote him a few weeks since & having re'cd no reply - think my letter could not have reached him. He is an old friend, and one of whom my children are very fond. Hoping you will be so kind as to oblige me- I remain yours Truly Julia M. Moores 232 North Alabama St. Indianapolis Indiana06385
1886 Dec 30
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.
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