Henrietta D. Munro
she wrote to tell us of the death of her father. My mother made me promise, on my return to Sudbury, that I would write. She would write herself but is getting old now and her hand trembles very much. We have always read with interest and great pleasure, extracts of your writings in papers and magazines. And in a book mother
Sudbury, Ont[ario, Canada]
1890 Oct 15
Original letter dimensions: 18 x 22.5 cm.
Reel 06, Image 0669
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