Joanna M[uir] Brown
2in about the same latitude as in Kansas City, but there is no [malaria?] hereThe children are growing as fast as possible, and doing well in their studies, they like school better here than in Portage and the teachers speak highly of them.Sarah says you are still pegging away with your pens - I often wonder what you are writing on now, and if the book of which you spoke when last I saw you is ready for publication. We saw your letter on "Klondike etc. in the Philadelphia" Press last fall.3I am sorry to hear that you are troubled with your throat difficulty I guess you need to climb the mountains again. I have stayed in doors [until?] I take cold very easily. When spring comes I am going to try to get time to cultivate a few flowers and maybe I will cultivate a little more vigorous health at the same time.With love to the many california relations.I am so everAffectionatelyJoanna M. Brown02384
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