Mother [Ann Gilrye Muir]
my rembrance the time when your pony Jack was sold for that very purpose I think What a great amount of snow we have had this winter and still have, but today we have a steady rain and the snow will not continue longer This is the first winter that I have seen the snow shoveled off the roofs of houses and so many have had it done here and so have weWe have been watching the Century Magazine for two Months to see something from your pen but have not been sucessful as yet Sarah has not been at home for some time she is making Anna a visit and Celia is house Keeper in her absence Will we have the pleasure of seeing you or any of your family this coming summer it would give us all much pleasure01636
1893 Mar 8
Original letter dimensions: 18.5 x 22.5 cm.
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