Mother [Ann Gilrye Muir]
beauties of Cal we should by me as I take much pleasure in reading your accounts of the country around you - you have my best wishes and prayers that you may be pratical and preserved in all you journeying on earth, and at last find a happy home in the mansions of glory for ever - -farewell dear John - from your affectionate Mother0048311-8-69 Farm Nov. 8th, 69Dear John I have received your two very welcome letters dated May and June but feel that I have delayed too lone in returning an answer . do not think you have been forgotten as you are remembered daily. Your descriptions of the fine scenery with which you are surrounded gave me much pleasure and I am glad you enjoy it so much. I hope you have had the pleasure of meeting your Madison friends as you expected. The family are scattered as much as ever Mary has gone to Madison and Anne has gone to Oconomowoc and Joanna teaches this winter
Farm [Hickory Hill, Wisc?]
1869 Nov 8
Original letter dimensions: 21 x 26.5 cm.
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