Joanna [Muir Brown]
even though her eyes are dim with age-We have had an exceptionally comfortable winter but today the north wind is howling quite savagely as if it meant to remind us that winter is not over by any means-The girls unite in sending love to you and to all the others of the familyAffectionately yourSister JoannaJan 12 1914 Jan 12 14622 Hawthorn Ave.Ginter ParkRichmond VaMy dear Bro. John:-I write to thank you for your cordial New Years letter and for your generous New Years gift, Both were thoroughly appreciated as they went a long way toward making our holidays pleasant: I do not mean that we spent it in celebrating for we have laid it aside toward Bernice's wedding05675
1914 Jan 12
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0063
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