[Louie Strentzel] Muir
it here when the hour calls. Every thought I have, every wish I vow with gives me additional strength to laugh at adversity. The final triumph is as plain and positive to me as the sound of our childs cheer, and in the final triumph I credit you, With that ardor that your loving kindness has poured out into our halls.(The little man sends here his "danke" (thanks) for the "apfelsinen". You never minded your babies sowing some stitches in your best work, so I thought I had your consent to this adornment).The good wife sends her warmest thanks to you.[ILLEGIBLE]
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