Tho[ma]s R. Hanna
July 20 1909.Dear Mr Muir-Your note from Tuol. Meadows to hand. We all were glad to hear from you.We are all well here. Bertha improves steadily & [Strentzel?] is himself again. Can eat peppermints upon your return.Mother was called to Los Angeles on account of the sickness of my little niece, the same trouble [Strentzel?] had, so we had to get a nurse from Berkeley to help with the twins,. Wanda has about weaned the boy twice so her duties are letting up some.Bartlett pears are a good04547
1909 Jul 20
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