[Mrs.] L. E. Strentzel
01592Honey Grove TexasAug 14th 1892.Dear JohnAfter the mishap with your cards I had no more paper to write to you until I arrived here so what ought to have been first, has turned out to be last. I believe little Helen’s card was sent from Abilene From there on to Fort Worth the country is very beautiful, mostly level with large groves of fine oak trees, while the prairies, thousands and thousands of acres, are covered with cotton and corn. The sail is a rich dark [loarn?] and the recent heavy rains have mad every thing look green like in May. When we passed through here in ‘49
1892 Aug 14
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