Mary Aleshire to Margaret Shepard Aleshire, 4 September 1872
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Morrison. Bob Rogers and I
took tea at Fannie Kerr's
yesterday morning. had a
splendid time got home
at eleven o 'clock We
went over to see the railroad
on our way back to Mrs.
Kerr's were racing and Bob
was thrown out of the buggy
was not hurt much- made
quite a [illegible] [illegible] hold
on to the lines and stopping
the horse very quickly being
dragged a little ways. I
made a grab for the lines
of corner, but he had [illegible]
hurt his foot_
     I am going to [illegible] some
pears tomorrow such pick ones
our tomatoes are all gone-
have to buy some to can


 

 

 

 

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