E. C. Love
D[aniel and Emma?] Muir
[letterhead]6for her having lived in it. Three Oaks is now, as you must know, the "Dewey Cannon" village. It is also known as "Featherbone village". Ed Warren is coining money in his factory. It is the life of the town, in a business sense. Dr Churchill is yet in business there but on the East side of the street - almost opposite his old location on the other side of the street. The Michigan Central has built a nice stone and brick passenger depot - a block farther East and on the South side of the track. It was opened for business the first of last February, when I was there. Uncle Charlie's family
1900 Feb 27
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