Mary E. Newton
Hoping that we may sometime have the pleasure of a visit from you in our house, and thanking you in advance for the directions asked, I am,Very sincerely your friend,Mary E. Newton.June 4, 1910. (June 4, 1910)820 Worthington PlaceOmaha.My dear Mr. Muir:We expect to leave Omaha on the 16th inst. for New York by a round about route, sailing July 6 on the Campania for England. We want to visit Dunbar, Scotland, while over there, and wish you would write us just how we may04779
1910 Jun 4
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0455
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