[Annie] Wanda [Muir]
Martinez CalJune, 12, 1893My dear PapaI suppose that you will have crosted the bounding billows by the time this letter reaches you. I hope that there has been no storms while you are on the watter and that you bill be well. We are all very well here but grandma she has been real sick and has been in bed several days but she is a little better to day.10007
1893 Jun 12
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