Joanna M[uir] Brown
beautiful water is lashed in fury and the anchored boats are tempest tossed, these winds are very cold and penetrating and started my neuralgia again, but the balmy air and the wondrous beauty when the storms are past, cover a multitude of tempests and make us forget our pains and our sorrows - The good Lord has been very kind to set us down in this very lap of beauty Love to you all -AffectionatelyJoanna M. BrownPort Norfolk Va.Jan. 9th 1902Dear Brother John:-I have been long in acknowledging your great kindness in sending us two such fine Christmas presents - the precious book, and the money, by kindness of Sarah; I thank you very much for both. Your new book - "Our National parks" was quite a surprise as I did not know it was published and so all the02932
Port Norfolk, Va.
1902 Jan 9
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