Julia M. Moores


John Muir


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1960 N. Pa. St.My dear friend,I do not know your address nowadays but I feel that I must write you a few words - hoping they may find you. Our dear Janet has been in Heaven with her Saviour, her father and her Aunt Kate for more than a week. What these days have been to her troubled spirit we cannot tell - yet after years of bondage and suffering, she is released. She loved you and yours and I want you to know. With all my sorrow, I must thank God, as Merrill said, "It was agony to see her suffering and not be able to help her." I cannot write, for I am not well, but I feel sure that you will write me a word.With love and sweet remembrance of your affection for my children, I am your friend.Julia M. MooresFEb. 14th 190503529


[Indianapolis, Ind.]

Date Original

1905-02-14 00:00


Original letter dimensions: 22.5 x 14 cm.

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Reel 15, Image 0188

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