Mary [Muir Hand]
had much to say about the University and the value of an education He then and there decided to go to Madison. - but later - to his great regret the plan could not be carried out His brother Ben - left home and the aged parents could not be left alone. He ever remembered your kind interest in him. When he was looking at the oil portrait I have of you - he was greatly interested and seemed well please —I was happy to learn that [July 29, 1910]My dear brother John,-It is long since my last writing to you - or yours to me - but surely you owed me a letter - possibly you did not receive my last Well however it is - I never forget my brother John - and would be glad indeed to see him. — They tell me sister Sarah is still in the "Valley' - A card from Annie Waterman came yesterday and tells me - Sarah is "improving right along - We04838
1910 Jul 29
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 26.5 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0671
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