Wanda [Muir Hanna]
ere going south. Weather here less oppressive than in New York--feel quite hale.Take precious care of the big happy boys. Tell them I'll be back to see them & tell stories next spring. Hope Toms crops & plans are prosperingPlease hold my mail until I get home. Remember me to the neighbors.Love to all,Your devotedPara BrazilAug 29, 1911Dear WandaI got here yesterday afternoon. Had a fine smooth sail all through & feel better than when I started.Will go on up the river on the 31st. May be on the great river about a month I'll write again05099
1911 Aug 29
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 20, Image 0606
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