[Ann Gilrye] Muir
that would be pleased to meet you. If you should go to the Chicago Fair of course we will expect you in Portage I hope your grandma Strentzel is quite well and all the rest of the family Your aunt Annie joins me in kind love to you and all the family, hoping you will soon write again toGrandma MuirI expect your Papas birthday was celebrated at home yesterday. I felt sorry he could not be with us on that [occasion?] Grandma
1892 Apr 22
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 07, Image 0533
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