Annie L. Muir
5been with us in this family gathering - Mother, Sarah and Mary have asked me to say so to you - And they all thank you for the childrens photos. which have given them all great pleasure - They all think them lovely. The ward here is large - the lawn kept nicely cut and there are some lovely flower plants in it - besides which there is a [illegible] and many beautful flowers in pots. All of which I am sure you would admire and enjoy very much if you were here, for I know how you appreciate things of that sort. You will be glad to know that my trunk reached me safely after all my uncertainity about it. Mother is ready to take this to the office so I must close with love to yourself - the dear little girlies and Grandpa & Grandma - I suppose John will soon be home now. When I know he is home I will write to him - I am not yet quite rested from my journey but hope to be soon.Annie L. Muir06162
[ca. 1890 ?]
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 06, Image 0833
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