[Ann G. Muir]
Daniel [H. Muir]
(4)I rather think Mary's opinion of Kearney is not quite so favorable as it was at first, still I hope they will like to live there. With love to allAffectionatelyMother(1)Portage April 30 1890Dear DanielYour kind letter of March 23d was gladly received, also the [illegible] of beautiful spring flowers was very cheering to see. I am much pleased to know you are all well, and if the Baby Boy has not yet arrived to all the dignitties you name for him, I hope he will before very long I hope I shall yet have the pleasure of seeing him as well as all of your We have had a very mild pleasant winter,
1890 Apr 30
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