[Louie Strentzel Muir]
to be here". Grace is fine company and she has almost as much of a genius for making friends with every body as Helen. I am writing with an awful pencil and talking to three people at the same [illegible] boarding school [fasion?] I enclose a letter Papa has written to Col. Sellars which he wants you to [illegible] imeadiately, his address is in Papa's [illegible] hand drawer of the desk he writes at t[illegible] up with a bunch of ther addresses a[illegible] cards. Papa came in just now and says t[illegible] you not to send letters unless they [illegible] important and then to send them to [illegible] Take care of yourself and please d[illegible]LovinglyWanda
[1901 Jul 14]
Original letter dimensions: 29.5 x 20 cm.
Reel 11, Image 0769
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