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Daughter of [Gerrit?] Smith
July 15, [1866?]
My dear Miss Anneke,
I wrote you a long time ago, but fear my letter never reached you - if so you have thought me very remiss. Did you receive the books from my Father? I wrote you hurriedly - (not a suitable reply to your very sweet & welcome letter) for the paper containing the first No. of your Story the one you sent being accidentally destroyed. A little niece of Mr. Millers is now with us, who reads German well - her home was Hamburg where we were in Europe. Have you another copy of the first number?
I need not tell you how truly happy we should be to see [illegible names] & yourself or any other [friend?] you may choose to bring! Your vacation must be near at hand!
With much love from us all & hoping to see you soon
Yours affectionately
Elizabeth S. Miller
[illegible] July 15, 1866

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