Mary [Muir Hand]
Kearney, Nebr.March 4, 1903.Dear brother John,-It was not my intention to be so very long in writing to you. - - With pencil, I wrote quite a letter for you, when on my way coming from Chicago - - but a letter written in a railway care is not always satisfactory - this was not -The second evening after reaching home I was taken with the "grippe" - Its grip was neither very gentle nor kind - - I am not yet well - but hope now to gain faster 03175
1903 Mar 4
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0230
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