must have. We are trying to find some place for her with one or two congenial souls where she will be contented and get well. I am sure your girls would like her and she them. As you are so very busy perhaps Wanda or Helen would write meJanuary 31st.My dear Mr. Muir:Marian has just written me of her visit with you and said she wished I had been there and I must say she faintly wishes when compared to mine.I have thought so often of you in your sorrow and03688
circa [1906 ?] Jan 31
Original letter dimensions: 16 x 25.5 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0075
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