Mary [Muir Hand]
wish it otherwise -Before packing or disposing of any of the house-hold goods I waited to hear from Sarah wishing final - to know her wishSarah wrote me that she was so far away and is so unsettled - and shipping goods is so expensive - that some pictures and photographs, and the nice mirror - was all she wished to mention.I sent the pictures also some other things - to her - putting them in a trunk -A friend of hers, then in Portage would start for3Scappoose in a few weeks - the trunk could go to Sarah without expense to her -Dan, had spoken for the nice mirror also for mother's big easy chair - both of these Dan had given to mother many years ago - and I knew it was right he should have them - and Sarah would not object - -Joanna mentioned what to send her - and after seeing Annies "will" made little change - and expressed herself as very glad that Dan. and Sarah had03175
1903 Mar 4
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0234
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