of the country to the other, we will not be much surprised to get a letter from you from alomost anywhere now.The Atlantic came last night and we have been reading your animal article in it today, it is fine.We are all well here, we took your letter over to Aunt Margaret's so that she could enjoy it too, she is as well as usual.I am glad to hear that our letters reached you at last but it seems rather funny to think of serving them on silver plates as part of your dinner.It seem a long time since we saw you, don't stay away too dreadfully long.Your loving daughterWanda Muir
Original letter dimensions: 22 x 14.5 cm.
Reel 10, Image 0433
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