Mary J. Arnold
Lakeport, Apr, 6, 08Prof. John MuirEsteemed FriendI hope that your sorrows and sickness are things of the past and that health and hope lie before you.My brother passed to the unknown land. How many times the silence compels us to ask "Where are they"?My mother is nearing her one hundredth birthday. I feel that I too, have lived a long centuryMy earnest wishes and sympathyYour friend Mary J Arnold04132
1908 Apr 6
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 13 cm.
Reel 17, Image 0389
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