A[lfred] B[radley] Brown
J Muir Es.getting along and of the may times we used to have last winter and I wish we might meet him again in the Old school house and hear him call us to order again and hear some of his wonderful speeches. ask Dave how he liked that awful C[illegible] I dont know but I have wrote enough I guess it is time to halt I am shure I suppose this is not as good a letter as you expected but I will try and do better next time answer this as soon as you can and excuse all mistakes. From your friend A B. Brown 00236.
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