Sarah [Muir Galloway]
Annie L. Muir
[in margin: My pen is awful bad] Mound Hill Jan. 11th 74 Sunday afternoonMy Dear Sister On this quiet afternoon I sit down to ask you a question. Whither is it you or I that deserves a good lecture for short-coming in letter writing? please answer in your next and oblige. [But?] Mary I am sure you enjoyed your visit with Dan – and Emma. your introduction there I think was splendid. how long were you there? how are they getting along? and be sure to describe the [underlined: baby] [underlined: soon]. I should like very much to visit at Racine and there is no fun in traveling with such little folk’s, if there were no other hindrance. I expect that before this time Annie or Joanna has given you a full description of our Christmas visit to mother. We enjoyed it much, but Gracie10 1/11/74 fm Sarah & Joanna Miss Annie L Muir [ Marcello?][in square box: 10]
1874 Jan 11
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