Joanna [Muir Brown]
Of course I am not positively certain that I can come myself but think if all the others are favorable I can get things arranged in time -Hoping that you are well and that good health has been regained in the valley I am as everYour affectionate sisterJoanna-Port Norfolk VaSep. 27, '09Dear brother JohnHere we are at home again, Ethel and myself and find everything all right, even the chickens, which we left in care of a neighbor boy;Soon after reading my last letter to you, I received one from brother Dan, advising that Bessie remain in Nebraska until the [illegible] be eliminated from her system and suggesting that when we return from the proposed Muir reunion would be time enough to take her home - So I just thought I would write and ask04595
Port Norfolk, Va.
1909 Sep 27
Original letter dimensions: 17 x 27.5 cm.
Reel 18, Image 0766
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