[Ann G. Muir]
Daniel [H. Muir]
from me, and so many grand- -children now – I daily think of them all, and of all their parents, with much love, hoping we may one day all meet in our heavenly home above, and rejoice together for ever and ever Joanna is somewhat better and rides out all she can — the rest of the family are in thir usual health — The girls join me in earnest loving wishes to you all affectionately Yours Mother
 [in margin: June] Portage 18th, 1877
This morning I enjoyed the great pleasure of receiving your magnificent present what could have been more acceptable to me, than your own likeness, but how can I thank you as I should, for such though- -tful kindness. I shall ever cherish it as one of my greatest treasures. I had hoped to have seen you yourself at Portage
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Muir, Ann G., "Letter from [Ann G. Muir] to Daniel [H. Muir], 1877 [June] 18." (1877). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 366.
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