Joanna [Muir Brown]
things.Walter and our girls came so very near being in the same possition, last winter, that you are at this time, that we all feel that we can fully realize what you are going through now, and we are all in deepest sympathy.I do hope that Sarah has been able to cometo you to help comfort the girls with her sweet motherly love. Poor Maggie would do so much if she were only able.Please tell Wanda and Helen that my love goes out to them in deepest sympathy and I would take them in my arms if I only could. I wish they and you could come and see us sometime when it becomes possible. Tell them
Port Norfolk, Va.
Original letter dimensions:: 17.5 x 27.5 cm.
Reel 15, Image 0637
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