Joanna [Muir Brown]


John Muir


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[2]morning they were full of hope and courage and in the evening all was changed to sorrow and gloom, for mother and unborn babe passed away together - Poor Doctor looks ten years older today and [send?] the sympathy and kindness of all his family - He has become greatly softened by all the trouble of the past years as well as his present grief - He certainly has had hard experiences, harder than I[1] Aug 24, 1910Dear Brother John:-Your letter of June telling the particulars of Margarets death, was gratefully received as we were so anxious to know all we could of the last days of the precious sister who so earnestly and [illegible]bly lived out her years, and now so soon I must tell you of brother Davids great trouble which has come so suddenly upon him: His beautiful and sweet tempered wife died yesterday afternoon. In the 04859


Lincoln, Nebr.

Date Original

1910 Aug 24


Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.

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Reel 19, Image 0762

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