Jullia M[errill] Moores
4comes she will be better. She talks of her friends with great affection, often speaking of you & your family. But she has a kind of shamefacedness about seeing former friends feeling keenly her condition. I scarcely know how to expressmyself with regard to your 'memorial.' It is so perfect an appreciation of our sister. I thank you warmly. With other papers, one from Prof. [J?] D. Butler it will be submitted to a Committee. Mina is very lonely & broken hearted. Remember me to Mrs Muir & the girls. Are they wildwood flowers - or hot house plants? I wish that I could see them.With loveAug. 22nd 1900 Julia M. Moores
1900 Aug 22
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 13 cm.
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