Mary [Muir Hand]
 01376week for some town in Nebraska in search of a favorable place to locate. If not suited he may go still further west. We have lived long enough in Phillips. I hear from home that your health is greatly improved from what it was the past few years. I am glad to know that it is so. I trust you all well. Our children seem to be in the best of health. My health has not been very good during the summer. I shall hope to hear from you soon. With much love to you all, I remainAffectionately, Mary
1889 Sep 9
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