Joanna [Muir Brown]
2preparations.You will be surprised that the baby is to leave us first but the usual order of things is often reversed; It is too bad that it should be so in this case, but it seems that the older girls have not time to marry on account of their fathers failure in business, and so leaving everything on them I hope it may all be over-ruled for good in some way but it is hard to see how it can be -Bernice is to marry a well-to do famer from one of the rich countries of Pennsylvania, they have been acquainted ever since they have been children in Philadelphia, He comes of a fine family, his father too is a wealthy farmer, His old grand mother is eighty seven years old and loves Bernice almost as if she were her own, She wrote her a Christmas letter, which was perfectly well written
1914 Jan 12
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0065
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