Jeanne [C.] Carr
great sculptures - they would charm you. Mr T. B Reads pic- tures have a wonderful natural charm, I wish you could see some of them. I have been so very busy of late that I have read nothing new. I want to go to Chicago soon to see some new works on Natural History which we shall never be able to afford to buy. When I see them I will write to you about them. The University has very good attendance, but we are still with- out a President. Prof Butler s family are well. Mr Murdock the traged[illegible] [illegible] has been staying with us for the last four months, with two daughters. Col M Myun the State Sap't is also a member of our family, so I have not much time for [illegible] or for my herbal. Allie sends love & little Henry, and Dr Carr wishes to be remembered Your friend truly [illegible]ianne CarrI send you my copy of the Stone Mason, by mail. when you have kept it as long as you wish you may return it to me in the same way. I thank you for the [illegible], and should be glad to get a few more of the same. [illegible] C. C. 00383
1866 Dec 16
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