[FM001ABD], Letter from Jane Eliza Miller to Mina Miller (Mrs Thomas A.) Edison, May 5th, 1888


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[FM001ABD], Letter from Jane Eliza Miller to Mina Miller (Mrs Thomas A.) Edison, May 5th, 1888

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11-6122. Dear Mina, Mamma is doing very well. She sat up this morning long enough to have her [bed?] made and doctor thinks she is out of the woods and if she remains in bed and is quiet she will be better in a few days--Just as soon as she is well I intend to send her to you for I think mother needs an entire change of [climate?] She is counting up the days left you will be sick--My dear I do hope everything will be all right and you get along nicely. ## Mother thinks if youn can sit up that {is?] little [because?] it will be so much niver than a [basket? Faster?] you can have a little cushion made to go [between? Behind?] the little side drawers. Mother has the brush, comb, glass and powder box--You can have pockets made to go at the sides for anything you might want to put in there. Mother thinks it would be more convenient and pretty. ## I sent the crib yesterday before Grace received your letter. Mother intends to send these things in [with?] [Father?] ## We must be careful now and not get so anxious as to [burden? Worry?] Mother is getting along all right and I think in a week or two she will be with you. We eant her to get pretty well before she starts. With a great deal of love from us all. ## PS Grace is going to Cleveland this afternoon--I hope to go up Monday.




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Thomas A. Edison Papers, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University
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