Louie [Strentzel] Muir
Elfie and that little dog seemed just human in understanding the trouble, for it curled up in baby’s arms and coaxed and petted and showed so much loving sympathy that finally the child began to notice it and soon grew better. Afterwards Francie carried her in her arms all around the garden then they climbed over the new hay, and then went over to Aunt Margarets for a visit. Francie staid with her all the time for I could not walk much.Grandma & Lou will come this evening so I think Helen will feel better. She sends you these little sweet roses and many kisses. I must close or this will be too lateGod be with youLouie Muir01659
[Ca 1893 May 1]
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 23 cm.
Reel 07, Image 0956
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