Mary M[errill] Graydon


John Muir


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016533—Janets health is [illegible] excellent. but her memory is gone. still her Mother hopes against hope. We at 288 are well. but Mrs Moores & [Sister?] Kate are mighty feeble. & if you do not see them this summer, you may not see them again. & Miss E[illegible] is no more [illegible] than they — I think she resented my having the prettiest picture of the children. Do you remember you promised me a picture of yourself? Well you did. & it never came. so bring it with you — Kate seems happy - & we are longing for her home coming –015534—Well we will look for you – the first week in May – if you stop in Chicago – drop us a card – so we can get a good [ready?] – but you will be welcome if you open the door & walk in on us. Come & tell us – what takes you to Europe, & how long you will be gone &c, &c. With love to the beloved children. & hoping to see you soon – I am yours trulyMary M. Graydon.


[Indianapolis, Ind]

Date Original

1893 Apr 24


Original letter dimensions: 22.5 x 14 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 07, Image 0932

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