Joanna [Muir Brown]
so much and you know his cata[illegible] has always been bad. All the others of the family are well and as busy as possible in one way or another. I am able to help a little now instead of being waited on Give my best love to Maggie and to your daughters and believe me alwaysYour affectionate SisterJoanna.Port Norfolk VaJanuary 11th 07 [Jan 11, 1907]Dear brother John:-I was truly glad to see your handwriting once more as it has been long since we have had a letter from you. We have missed your occasional articles in some one of the magazines, during the past year also, so that I am rejoiced that we are promised another book in the coming year - May you live long to gladden our riper years - for we are03813
Port Norfolk, Va.
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0539
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