so much friendly solitude.I was troubled about her, she seemed so weak and miserable, and she has had a hard time, but this afternoon she is up and moving about the room, and says I am to tell you she is doing well. I heartilyecho your wish with regard to her [good?], but did you see notice that doctors [illegible]e very wise about the care of there [own?] health? I think they set a poor example.We enjoyed our [week?] visit from you so much
[1909 ?] Dec 9
Original letter dimensions: 18 x 23 cm.
Reel 18, Image 0941
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