Mary [Muir Hand]
3.be spared from home for some time to come, yet will hope to have the happiness some day of visiting your valley, and the little families gathered into it. The San francisco "Fair" is a temptation to hurry up--but that will have to pass.Our winter thus far has been an unusually pleasant one. A week or two ago we had wind and cold but it is mild again.We are all in usual health The children are growing well in spite of windsLove to you allAffectionatelySister Mary01779
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