Annie Wanda Muir
(1)July 3, 1890My own Dear Papa, I do hope you are well and warm again, the letter you sent me, I enjoyed reading it very much and it was beautiful. O I wish I could be with you and see the great blue Ocean, and the whales and birds. I hope the sun is bright where you are, and that the fog will go away. It is very warm and nice here. Apples and peaches are saling at a good price. Baby Helen is writing you a little litter too. The grass has turned yellow, and the roads are dusty and it is summer but I supose it is mudie where you are. there is a bee hive in the dining room [chinane?] and they 09175
1890 Jul 3
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 06, Image 0547
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