[Mary Muir Hand]
(4) The sun shines mainly in the window and my house plants enjoy it - and are looking well that - is all the summer we see -- [The?] letters from Annie tells us that she is slowly but surely recovering from her long difficulty but - has been quite sick from an influenze that is prevailing
Poor girl she seems to have enough without - anything more.
They tell one that brother is real well. [How?] good it - is - And a letter from [Joanne?] in- forms us that - Father is well although he keeps his bed most of the time. He complains of great- weakness in his back and limbs. Joanna's [health?] quite good now - from what she tells no 01125
(1) Phillips Wis. Feb. 8. /84.
Dear Brother John
Your welcome greeting came to me [much too?] late to be appreciated and we trust that the months to come in /84 will bring us less of anxiety - than the month that has passed-
Happiness has not been lacking but we have been very anxious sometimes over our little Howard who has been sick - He is nearly well again and [once?] you receive this will likely be quite well. He has not been real well for five or six weeks.
Willis has been sick too
1884 Feb 3
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