Jan. 8th 1888.
My dearest Jule,
We fared unusually well last week in the matter of home letters. On Thurs. A.M. I had mamma's letter, and Harry had letters from you and Lottie. In the evening we had a letter from father & he enclosed one from Carrie. On Friday Eve[ning] H[arry] had a letter from mamma and I had one from you, so you see we and last night H[arry] had quite a long letter from Mag, so you see we have nothing to complain of. you cant [sic] imagine how we feel about
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