Katharine M. Graydon
lying with weight upon some of our dear ones. I find it painfully so with my Mother. She was much pleased with the remembrance your book brought to her, and again I thank you for it. I feel to call blessings upon you for your constant and beautiful friendship to us all!Feelingly I send remembrance to each, and am alwaysSincerely yours,Katharine M. Graydon.Danville, Ill.August 20, 1905.Dear Mr. Muir,I feel powerless to help at this sad time, but I must send a word of sympathy and friendship. I feel deeply and tenderly for the girls and you, because of my affection for all and because of my acquaintance with sorrow.You must write me when you can of your whereabouts and your plans.03615
Original letter dimensions: 23 x 18 cm.
Reel 15, Image 0697
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