Joanna M[uir] Brown


John Muir


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[4]We have not seen Mary yet but she expects to come to Lincoln soon and if she does not I will go to see her-Hoping to hear good news soon from you about Margaret and that all the other members of the family are well I amaffectionately yoursJoanna M. BrownaddressMrs L. [M.?] Brown302 North 27th StreetLincoln Neb.c/o Dr Muir[1]Lincoln NebraskaJune 18th 1910Dear Brother John:-We have been waiting patiently to hear from Anna Waterman concerning her mother but so far no word has come = Please let us know exactly how Margaret is as the suspense is hard to bear ,You will have heard that we came to04800


Lincoln, Nebr.

Date Original

1910 Jun 18


Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.

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Reel 19, Image 0525

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