Mary Aleshire to Unidentified Brother, 27 February 1880
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underclothes the first op-
pourtunity. If the note and
package had been delivered
yesterday everything would
have been ready for Mr
Walton this afternoon.
Buttercup came up this
morning. She looks as
fresh and fancy as a Spring
rose. I was up a little while
before dinner. She is delight-
ed to get back to town.
     Sam McCoy was here for
dinner she came up with
them. He has gone up
after her to bring her down
here to sing for him. She
was coming down for
supper anyway. This
is Rub's birth day. I
was in hopes you would
come in this week the
 


 

 

 

 

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Created by Lisle Brown, Curator, Special Collections
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