[Ann G. Muir]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
have been sold in Paris and in London for [1000?] Dollars but they are done up very handsomely, but mine is beautiful We are all well as usual – Love to all the family
Portage Jan. 11th 1892
I write to thank you for the Educational Souvenir you so Kindly sent me, it must be always interesting to know what is going on arround home I also wish to thank all the children for their Kindness in sending me such a nice box of their bon-bons they were very nice indeed and -
a good many of our friends have enjoyed them Carrie with her husband and son arrived a few days ago – this is her first visit home since her wedding It does seem very strange to call David grandpa I had a letter from John written on New Years Day – his wife and children have all been very sick with Influenza
but are now getting better this winter the children have a governess as they are two miles from a school — John has sent me [deleted: a] copies of his great work on Picturesque California the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Slope there are ten Divisions or Volumes each one so large that I can hardly hold one up to read The work is valued at 50 Dollars while others
1892 Jan 11
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Muir, Ann G., "Letter from [Ann G. Muir] to Dan[iel H. Muir], 1892 Jan 11." (1892). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 140.
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