Joanna M[uir] Brown
greatly hoping that the worst symptoms are past and that she is now recovering.I do hope that you will write and relieve my mind, and tell us how you are yourself and how your sweet Helen is; how I hope and pray that she and your wife may soon be restored to their usual good health.The weather here has been excessively hot the past week but there is usually a good breeze from the water to help us bear it. I am able to get out into the hammock where I lie most of the day, so that I get my full share of God's glorious fresh air, with bird music and beauty all about, and I
Port Norfolk, Va.
circa [ca. 1905]
Original letter dimensions: 18.5 x 27.5 cm.
Reel 15, Image 0879
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