[Ann G. Muir]
Daniel [H. Muir]
Hickory hill Sept. 18th 1866 Dear Daniel I received your letter informing us of your moving a little nearer home why did you stop short of Hickory Hill. nearly every day we think of you when we go to that room to pick out good apples we would all enjoy them better if you were here. I am glad to know your health is good. I hope you like your new situation let us know if your wages are sufficient to support you comfortably - Affairs here move long much in the same old tract our farm is let again to one of the men
Hickory Hill [Wisc.]
1866 Sep 18
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