Mary Aleshire to James Aleshire, [15 June 1878]
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have great times with him don't
you. Can he stand alone or
crawl yet? You must learn
him how to walk by the
time I come home. Will you?
Have you got your little
colt tame enough to put
gears on it yet? I expect
you will have it worse than
old Pete. won't you? about going
to the doors and windows.
Did you go to school before
you got sick? I expect you did
and are getting along finely
with your studies. How
do you and Charley Naret get
along. Jimmie this is
Sunday and some of the
girls are making an
awful noise in the hall
and the teacher saked them
so kindly this morning to


 

 

 

 

 

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