Mrs Pottor died last Friday, and Grandma is going to the funeral this afternoon. I am keeping the plants that I analyze. I press them between two sheets of blotting paper and then paste them on paper with the names under them. My Canaries had company yesterday, as they were hanging in the window a little C[illegible] lit on the out side of the window sill and they had quite a long twittered conversation to geather. We are getting along finely with our school and we like Miss Blaisdell more and more the longer we know her. Lou has gone back to school now and Helen and I miss her very much although Miss Blaisdell plays with us a good deal.Aunt Margaret thinks she will not go to Pacific Grove at present as she is feeling much better and Mr Reid hardly thinks he can get away now. Ellie Wolford and Dr Yennant are to be married next Saturday I inclose a picture that Helen drew for you. I think she draws much better than she did a short time ago. With love from your fond daughter.Wanda Muir03244
1893 Aug 14
Original letter dimensions: 21 x 13.5 cm.
Reel 07, Image 1271
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