[Ann G. Muir]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
but all our absent ones are always remembered, and will be I trust Emma and the children like their home in Lincoln – tell [Hattie?] I liked her letter very much and hope she will write to me again and also Anita I would be glad to hear from you all very often – Anna talks of going again to Phillips as she prefers being there during the winter. With much love to you all and wishing you much happiness now and always –I m affectionately MotherDear Brother & Sister:Mother has left me just this page in which to express myself. I have just returned from the store where we have all been as busy as bees all day. Selling christmas goods principally. I suppose our hurry will cease with Christmas eve and then my stay in the store will be about ended. I hope you will all have a happy time in Crete on Christmas [illegible]. — I saw Geo [Mair?] last week, he was here on a visit from Racine and made inquiries about you said he would write you [soon?] We are laboring [illegible[ [illegible] disappointment as 11 feet of snow [was prophesied ?] for today and we [had but a?] [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] [illegible][Anna ([illegible]
1880 Dec 22
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