Mary W. Harriman
should you feel better, be sure to come as I expect to remain until Sept 4th - call upon Mr [Henries?] to bring you & tell him I am sure he can arrange the trip so comfortably You would not be [illegible]led or over fatigued I am expecting Mary soon & she would di[illegible] & a[illegible]se you & our household is very comfortable & devoted &[in margin: faithfully yoursMary W. Harriman][letterhead]Tuesday July 11th 1914[letterhead]Dear Mr Muir-Your letter came this morning. I am much distressed that you are not well enough to come to us - It is more beautiful & invigorating than ever & I am sure it is just the air you need to chase away those "after effects of Grippe"05794
1914 Jul 11
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0473
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