Bible verses. Aunt Ette was over here this morning and got some plants, every thing now looks very nice over at the old place for they have a new wind mill and have lots of water. The little trees that you brought from Vancouver are growing better than they ever have before, they are getting to be quite big trees. Grandma received a fifteen page letter from Cousin Lacey all closely type written about the fair and the things they saw while in Chicago. I wrote a long letter to Aunt Annie yesterday. Mama and Helen will write to you to morrow. Hoping you will soon be home and that you are well and enjoying yourself. I remain ever your affectionate daughter Wanda Muir
1893 Aug 4
Original letter dimensions: 21 x 13.5 cm.
Reel 07, Image 1234
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