Joanna [Muir Brown]
2)you are all right, and still writing, writing, writing., Do you ever take a vacation as nearly all the world think they must do now a days? I am sure you [merit?] a rest when you work so constantlyWe have had a very hot, dry summer up to a week ago when it began to rain frequently, and now it is cool and delightful and the lawns are green and moist-Ethel and Bessie are to have a little rest soon and are looking forward to it with great pleasure, Bernice is getting along wonderfully well in622 Hawthorn AveRichmond, VaJuly 8th 1914My dear brother John:-I am getting lonesome to hear from you, all the more because I think it is my fault,- I have not written to you since our little girl was married and you see besides having to write a good many letters to her, I have so much to do since she is not here to help me, But I think about you so very often that I must take time to tell you so, for I am always wondering if05790
1914 Jul 8
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