Joanna [Muir Brown]
I dreamed about them last night and thought they were here with us and that you were soon coming too so that you could all go home together and I thought you were all going to stay all the Fall with us; and when I awoke I wished it might come to pass.Walter joins me in sincere love and sympathy.Yours most affectionatelyJoannaPort Norfolk VaAug. 7, 1905Dear brother JohnIt is with a very heavy heart that I attempt to write this morning for I know that I shall not be able to express to you what I feel for you and the girls and my words will seem, after all, like very empty03599
Port Norfolk, Va.
Original letter dimensions:: 17.5 x 27.5 cm.
Reel 15, Image 0635
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