[Jeanne C.] Carr
 Ind' Apr 3dMrs CarrDear friend, you have of course heard of my cal- amity The sunshine & the winds are working in all the gardens of God - but I I am lost I am shut in darkness My hard toil-tempered muscles have dis-appeared and I am feeble and tremlous as an ever sick woman Please tell the Butlers that their precious sym- pathy has reached me I have read your Stone Mason with a
 Apr 3
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