and your interest in the little t[illegible] most precious possession. She is a joy from morning until night and Will and I are two very happy people. Truly hope that we can prove to be the parents that we want to be.Now about your gift - I want to get some thingDear Mr MuirYou certainly are a fairy godfather! To think of you sending our baby another of those bright gold pieces - well - I don't know just what I can say that will tell you how much I appreciate your kindness04906
[ca. 1910 Dec]
Original letter dimensions: 14 x 20.5 cm.
Reel 19, Image 1028
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