[X018D1AX], Letter from Mary Valinda (Mrs Lewis) Miller to Mina Miller (Mrs Thomas A.) Edison, Thomas Alva Edison, November 10th, 1889

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My Darling Mina and Mr. Edison, What a lovely letter we received form you last Friday it did cheer and comfort all of us we were all so delighted to learn so much of that sweet little pet and glad all were well and looking on the bright side of every thing I am sort however that you wonder what is the trouble with me dear Mina I am very glad I can say I am vert welll and have been most of the time since I was at your lovely home I must say I did feel rather poorly for a little time but I am glad to say I am well and all of us are enjoying the same grate blessing s at present. We have had a little sun shine out doors and you know if we can have that in both places we have hae cause or reason to hear but all will be well and all right, I do hope these times will find you just as happy as more so you can be than when your lovely letter to me O how glad I am that the time is not very far off when you wiith your Dear ones will be wth us O I do hope that it will be one of the best times of our lives why should it not be kist think that you and Mr. Edison with Thomas and william and that little pet Madeline and Ira and Cora and little Margaret. Robby and Louies with little Robert Jr. and to help complete the happy hope for time weill will have Maime and Gracy too that we have not merrt for so long at least the mist of they will not seem to you as tu us as you have been with them so lately but I do not fear but you will enjoy their society and they yours I I do hope we will not have one thing to mar or spoil our pleasures and delightful time we will have with each other do outhing Dear Marion will come hoem for Christmas . Maime was at the Hotel when Marion had just left I think I will send you Maime letter than you can read it and understand it better than I can wiete about it. We were all at Sunday school and church this morning had a very good and interesting services we like our preacher very much this is a week if prare with the young mens Christian union. Jennie and I were downe to Canton last Thursday to see Bobbie and his two petts Louies startes home next Tuesday and will stay until after Thanksgiving I fear dear Robbie will be a little lonesome having them away so long Mrs. Clark and Miss Gaston is there and have beenfor some time past they fo woth Louies I fear Robies will have there handes full with that house the worst of all is they have Roches I am so sory about it . Aunt Alice states away tom morrow they are all well and seem to he healthy Dear Mina I do hope what I said to Miss Thenery has not made any difference in your feelings with us I think Miss Thenerry is a true friend of your and she does not want to see you imposed on I am glad you can take care of yout sellf and I do hope every thing is all right with you and your friend or the young lady with you I am glad you like your maid I do to like her I think she is just what you need I do hope she will grow better everyday and Dear little pet will like her and she will learn to talk French while with her Please kiss little pet for me o how glad Ia m that keepes well and is so much compant for you and all in the house if Mr. Edison would like I wish you would kiss him and give hm my love and best wishes also the two dear boyes I want to write to dear Maine and Gracy I will write to you soon again please rmemeber me to Mis MacWillialms and all that are with you please let dear MR. Ediosn kiss you presents for the babes this christmas love to you your ever loving mother

Date

1889-11-10

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1880-1889

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X018D1AX

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X018D1

Title

[X018D1AX], Letter from Mary Valinda (Mrs Lewis) Miller to Mina Miller (Mrs Thomas A.) Edison, Thomas Alva Edison, November 10th, 1889

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