Mother [Ann Gilrye Muir]
I have now had the pleasure of reading all of the valuable Books that you so Kindly sent me and I intend to go over them all a second time, so I am now at the fourth number studing the wonders of Mount Shasta and the very trying time you had while there A kind providence had watched over you and brought you safely through all those very dreadful experiencesthrough which you have safely past Do you or Louie or any of your family intend to make a visit to the Worlds Fair this summer – if any of you do we will be very happy to see you in Portage or any of the friends – We are having very cold stormy weather and the ground is now covered with snow and very high winds that penetrate every where –01652
1893 Apr 21
Original letter dimensions: 18.5 x 22.5 cm.
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