Mary [Muir Hand]
gave them comfort - makes it seem at all wise to ask for them or care to pay expense in getting them to our homes.We hardly would consent to sell them for little or nothing and let them all be scattered among strangers.The Dunbar chest containing some things I did not know what to do with remains in a store-room up stairs - for who ever may ask for it.Mother's old old wooden rocking-chair - I left in care of Mrs. Owen - Mother5.always liked it and never set it aside -This may not all be of interest to you - but if Maggie and David may read this letter they will understand — and I want all to know just what was done. - I cannot see that I have made any mistake for I waited until hearing both from Sarah and Joanna even after they saw a copy of Annie's "will"- - We are anxious to hear again from David -03175
1903 Mar 4
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0238
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