[Ann G. Muir]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
The boundaries of Portage are enlarged year by year so we now have quite a city and we think it is a very beautiful city The children of the Baptist Sunday School have a Pic Nick today, they have a sail on the River to a piece of land some miles from home, Anne of course is with them We are all in usual health and hope the time will come when we will meet again. I close with kindest regards to Emma and the children & yourselfAffectionately MotherPortage Augt. 17th 1893Dear Danl.Your letter of July 10th was gladly received I would have written to you sooner, but thought I would wait until Sarah came home, she is now a grandma and has been many weeks in the country, as our home has been like a ship without a Rudder driven with the wind and tossed
1893 Aug 17
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