Joanna M[uir] Brown
Lincoln two weeks ago and intend remaining here for some time, at least through the summer, and then we will determine what is best to do. The malaria finally drove us away from our pleasant home for Bernice had a very bad spell with her stomach and her father consented at last for us to make a change to see if that would help her.Bessie joined us here in Lincoln, but Ethel and her father are still south - We like Nebraska so far and Dr Muir thinks he can help Bernice and I sincerely hope with the aid of the climate he may be able to do all he hopes.The weather is becoming very warm now but it has been unusually cool up to this time -
1910 Jun 18
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0527
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