Joanna [Muir Brown]


John Muir


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[3]ago but I will not think of leaving here now, for I cannot think who would care for little Mariel if we were not here, She is a very lovable child which makes the task pleasant, so that Bessie and Bernice with their natural love of children fall into the new work very easily - We need the doctors medical assistance and he needs us so the benefit is mutual - and as we do not allow ourselves to be any burden financially we shall probably remain with him for a considerable time.You very kindly offer me your share of the money again and I thank you very sincerely - It will go toward defraying Bernice's extra expenses.I am sending you some eucalyptus literature, as Doctor expressed a wish to know your opinion of it-With love to all- I amVery affectionatelySister Joanna302 North 27th St.Lincoln Neb.Sep. 16t 1910


Lincoln, Nebr.

Date Original

1910 Sep 16


Original letter dimensions: 25.5 x 16.5 cm.

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Reel 19, Image 0862

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