Annie L. Muir
until tomorrow morning when she will leave for Neb. and expects to reach Lincoln on Saturday - - - The blue-birds have just returned from the South, with their sweet, soft voices – and bright, dainty coloring – And we know that Spring is again at hand – with its glorious Ressurrection beauty – John came & went just too early for it. Please give my most hearty & cordial love to Dear Grandma & the children – Also please to let Maggie know something of this letter, and tell her I will write to her before very long – but I am not feeling very well since the Boys left us — Annie L. Muir
1892 Apr 27
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 13 cm.
Reel 07, Image 0543
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