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Lt 81, 1890

White, Mary

Battle Creek, Michigan

March 7, 1890

Previously unpublished.

Dear Mary:

I had a scrap book partly filled to send to the children, but I thought I would finish it before sending it. Now the very things I have been trying to find have been revealed. 6LtMs, Lt 81, 1890, par. 1

Brother Smith’s Charlie came bringing to me great loads of papers, and many children’s papers are in them and many fine pictures, also. So I am glad I did not send them. 6LtMs, Lt 81, 1890, par. 2

I am glad, Mary, that you have your husband with you. May the Lord bless you and him and your dear children. I would be pleased to see you all so very much, and shall probably see you when I return from California. 6LtMs, Lt 81, 1890, par. 3

I am so thankful we have a God in which to trust and that He is your God and your children’s heavenly Father. Trust in Him, look to Him, He is your mighty Helper. 6LtMs, Lt 81, 1890, par. 4

When you need anything in the line of stockings just let me know. How are the children’s stockings? 6LtMs, Lt 81, 1890, par. 5

Much love, 6LtMs, Lt 81, 1890, par. 6

Mother.