in a great hurry at Chicago. Helen has been very well all the time and we all have, with the exception that Mama’s eyes trouble her very much. O Papa it is so lonesome here with out you, and “Helen keeps asking how soon we think that you can come home? I hope the weather has been as delightful where you have been as it is here but to day it is very warm and the cherries are ripening fast. We have had a good deal of trouble with Mr Hefner’s dogs, they came up around the house and they chased May and scared her awfully but the Chinamen drove Where shall we direct our next letters to you? Grandma is pretty well now and sends her love to you. Do you think you will come back by way of Chicago as you stayed such a short time there? Now dear Papa do take good care of your self, and try not to go in any dangerous places. Please write to me soon, for the time is so long waiting to hear from you.Your loving daughter.Wanda Muir.09164
1893 Jun 2
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