Louie [Strentzel Muir]
Grandma & Fannie could do. I do not see how I am ever to reach the city or Oakland. Mosquitoes fewer, weather very pleasant. Fannie is not well but is busy sewing for Grandma. Miss Kendall must hurry back to here music pupils, is ready to start now to call at Mrs. Winslows. Babies wide awake I will write more this afternoonLouieDr. Parry's note came too late for me to telegraph to you to meet him.
1889 Jul 12
Original letter dimensions: 17 x 23 cm.
Reel 06, Image 0159
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