Mary [Muir Hand]
2.she wished me to have one too. I thank her and you too, for it.You say you were very tired and glad to reach your home again. I hope you are well and fully rested by this time and no doubt we will all be gratified, by and by, in seeing some of your gathered "telling facts" ingeniously clothed and arranged in the fascinating style you so happily make use of in articles for print.Maggie [illegible] me that Mrs. Strutzel is not well. I trust she is greatly improved in health by this time. Give my love to your family. I should like to be acquainted with them.You suggest my coming to you this winter, but I cannot well01779
Original letter dimensions: 23 x 21.5 cm.
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