Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 8, 1886.
John Muir, Esq.,
I sent you a deed of trust on the house about 30 days since, and have heard nothing from it since. I have been carrying the $2000 at the bank and would be pleased to have the deed of trust as quickly as possible. I had it made to me. so that by my signing the notes and transferring from me, that I could get a less rate of interest.
Your immediate attention to this will oblige me.
I have only money enough on hand to pay for the Quit Claim and interest account, as I have not sold only a part of the notes, and have not yet got the Quit Claim, I expect to soon, however, J[oanna] is going to hear Emma Abott this evening, her first attempt at opera.
Kansas City, Mo
1886 Dec 8
Original letter dimensions: 25.5 x 21 cm.
Brown, Walter, "Letter from Walter Brown to John Muir, 1886 Dec 8." (1886). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 1697.
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