Jullia M[errill] Moores
[in margin: [illegible]]1960 N. Pa. St.My dear friend,Janet sends by today's mail a little piece of her own handiwork. She thought perhaps Mrs Muir would be pleased by her remembrance. She was very happy in the doing of it. Physically, she is much better; but 'the voices' those evil spirits, still annoy her & she cannot control herself but talks much of the time. The rest of us are tolerably well, and I hope that you & your family are in good health. I want to ask you if you might chance to have a letter or two of Sister Kate's, if you wd. be so kind as to let me have them. With love to Mrs Muir & the girls - regretting to trouble you - I am Yours trulyJulia M. MooresFeb 13th 190102840[in margin: Think of Charles being 39 years old - this week! & Carl Merrill. 40!]
1901 Feb 13
Original letter dimensions: 22.5 x 14 cm.
Reel 11, Image 0599
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