Mary [Muir Hand]
John Muir & Louie [Strentzel Muir]
with him soon, This makes me wonder if you John, are the only one of your family that we may hope to see, or will others come later? You see I look for you in Kearney too, if you come to Nebraska, yet I hardly feel that I deserve another visit, I have been so naughty about writing. This morning when we looked out, behold! Every thing was covered with ice and snow, but it soon disappeared, was all gone before noon. March was a pleasant month with us, but April has been cold and windy, making a backward spring. We are all in usual health, are planning to be in Chicago and Portage in October. I write thinking this may reach you before you leave your home. Much love to you all. Affectionately Sister Mary01657
1893 Apr 30
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