[Ann G. Muir]
Daniel [H. Muir]
Portage Sept 22d 1886
Your communication of the 13th [last?] is most gratifying to me
I earnestly hope nothing will occur to be a hindrance to your coming I shall be so glad to meet you again once more
I am pleased to know that all your family are well
We are all in our usual health here
Davids family are well but very few in number,
-only Annie and Willis being at home, but Carrie is expected home in a week or two from the north where she has been teaching for a year.
I expect all of your family are attending school now escept one perhaps.
Probably you know that Annies health has very much improved during her sojourn in _Cal_ John has had a young man with him all summer in training to take care of the ranch he hopes to be more at liberty very soon
With kindest regards to Emma _ yourself and the children, I close hoping you will let us know if any hindrance occur at the time you propose coming,
As ever affectionately Mother
1886 Sep 22
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Muir, Ann G., "Letter from [Ann G. Muir] to Daniel [H. Muir], 1886 Sep 22." (1886). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 1689.
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