William B. Knop
and rooster, they eat out of my hand every day. I like out-door life very much. Mother, father, sister, and myself had a good laugh over the dead doctors ghost.My father was born in Ireland, in a little town named Strabane, and later moved to Armagh. He came to this Country when he was nine years old.Yours very trulyWilliam B. Knop.05354Jan 16th 1913.32 Woodland Ave.New Rochelle,New YorkDear Mr. Muir-.We all have enjoyed reading the story of your boy-hood, in the Atlantic Monthley. What you would call a scoocher I would call a great deed.Sister almost cried when
New Rochelle, N. Y.
1913 Jan 16
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