D[avid] G. Muir
[letterhead]Portage, Wis Mch 4 1891Dear Bro JohnYours of June 13 was duly recd & right glad was I to hear from you It seems almost impossible for me to write letters to relations or friends because I have to write so many business letters. Glad to learn of the good health of yourself & family & I can partly imagine your increased responsibilities & cares. We are all well & squeezing along determined to succeed if strong will & [illegible] and application will do it. Mother’s health is good. Very much better than last winter. She goes out considerable & seems to be contented & happy & has plenty. Sarah’s health is also very much improved in health during the last year. She has no
1891 Mar 4
Original letter dimensions: 23 x 14.5 cm.
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