Mary Muir [et. al.]
lot of molasses candy and had good fun with it. We spent the rest of the day very pleasantly and decided that Santa Claus had been very liberal. We have had a vacation since Dec re but school commences again the day after tomorrow I enjoy studying very much after such a long rest and intend to make the best of this winter Now Daniel this is my second letter so I will expect a nice long one from you soon so good bye Your sister Mary Muir Jan 1st 1866I wish you a happy new year brother More happy than any you've spent I hope you may be all the brother A happy contented young gent Mary MuirI wish you a very happy an exceedingly happy new year yours affectionately Anna M.I wish you a happy new year brother Joanna
Hickory Hill [Wisc.]
1865 Dec 31
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