Joanna [Muir Brown]
I do not yet know when we shall leave here but think all will be settled satisfactorily before very long. Now I am going to tell you about our little baby Bernice. She is now three months old, and over, and is as sweet and healthy a blue eyed girl as any one could wish. We had hoped for a brown eyed boy like the one who left us but now we think we could not have been better suited
1889 Dec 8
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1889 Dec 8 p5
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