Joanna [Muir Brown]
Sister Margaret and she said she would not have known me but for my resemblance to Sarah She and Bernice painted while she was here, the study was a pretty woodland scene and although it was rather difficult for Bernice yet, with [Mary's?] help and retouching her picture is almost as good as the other, and we prize it very much.We hear every week from Ethel who is still bookkeeping in Dunn North Carolina, Both she and Walter write of unusually warm weather but beautiful Oct. is here and we will try to enjoy it as much as possibleThanking you again for your kindness and with best wishes for your health and success in your work I am affectionately yoursSister Joanna302 North 27th StLincoln Neb -October 2nd 1910[in margin: Brother Danl. and the girls send love and good wishes]
1910 Oct 2
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0888
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