[Undated and No Location, probably right before September 21, 1880, see related letter]



“Dear Brother and Sis

We haven’t heard from you since mother came home  mother has bee Very Sick Since She has been home with malarial fever and aint been out of bed for over a week  aunt Rosa came up and Staid over Sunday and Grandma is here this week  She was very [Low?] all night  She was out of her head and Grandma sits up all night  She is a great deal better than She was yeasterday [sic]  She wanted to know if you had wrote yet and She worrys [sic] and thinks you are sick now be sure and answer this write away



P.S. how is matie I think her picture is Splendid

[word “kiss” circled]”