[X018D1AT], Letter from Mary Valinda (Mrs Lewis) Miller to Thomas Alva Edison, Mina Miller (Mrs Thomas A.) Edison, September 15th, 1889

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[X018D1AT], Letter from Mary Valinda (Mrs Lewis) Miller to Thomas Alva Edison, Mina Miller (Mrs Thomas A.) Edison, September 15th, 1889

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Mr dear Mina and Mr. Edison, I fear you two are greaving thiis because the time is so short for you in that beautiful and interesting place Parias on a short time you will on the grate deep I do hope my dear ones will not have as a strong time as Dear Gracey did there had not been such a slower on the boats as when and dear Gracey was crossing the water but to all our joy her boat and are or two others were all right and gray landed safe and all right I can telll you we were all glad when we knew the boat was safe and safe and I trust she us well and happy at Wellesy and she will have a good and prosperess year and time while there. I think dear Maime sent a letter in the boat that Dear Gracy come in as she mention that is the last day that all can be together. Well I think I will first say that the babe is well and --putting as you see while I am starting to write Leana is not very well so I am keeping babe. I think Leana has taken a cold and will be better soone but babe and all the rest of us are well and are living in hopes of seeing both of you are both well now and will be all the time get to came . Jennie is with Gracy and Eddie and Louis are at south bend attending Mr. amd Mrs. Studebaker silver wedding so there is no one but little pet and Johney and Theodore and your pet and myself with the help so I famialy is very small yet. We are having very warm weather but I fear we will not have it very long as it is drawing near the time when we will to have a change and there are so mant hard stormes all around us we wil will soone have our turn , just think we have five Weding in one evening last week hear in little Akron don’t think that is doing well for little Akron. Mr. Congers have there house nearly covered and outside finished and we are working at out Barn yet , We are having very warm weather now I hope it is plesent where you are you are I am glad dear has a good lady to travial and study with I do hope she will make the best she can and when ready to come home she will be contented you will enjoy each others society. I hope Dear Maime will feel contented enjoy her home when she finished I say ? I think it is mabey the best that she stays for she would wish all times she had staid and seen this that you hopw she will keep well and strong and everthting will go well with her I also do hope you will not feel sorrry that you had the pleasure and you have enjoyed it and will love to thinkand talk about ot. I have not heard from Thomas and William but I think they must be allright l Mrs. Mac Williams would let us know it has been so very warm I think it a very forntunate thing they can b e at the lake we would like to go to Canton nad see the babe and the rest if it is not to warm this week bit it it keepes so warm I will feel afraid on account of the milk [no ending to letter]

Date

1889-09-15

Decade

1880-1889

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Folder/Volume ID

X018D1-F

Document ID

X018D1AT

Publisher

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