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W4398 TO MARY BAKER MCQUESTEN from her daughter Edna McQuesten.
Aug 23 1895
To: Mary Baker McQuesten.
From: Edna McQuesten. Hamilton, Ontario.

Aug 23 Friday 1895

Dear Mamma I hope you are quite well, I think I will go home on Monday but if you don't want me to go write to me before and I won't go home Tuesday afternoon. I drove fourteen miles Thursday I drove twenty miles to Mrs. McNeills, we saw a lot of Indians Tuesday I spent all my money on candy and want to come home. It is just roasting there last few days Tom say that you forgot all about my box and I think you might of got it all this I think I will close my letter now your loving daughter,

Edna McQuesten1

1 Margaret Edna is approximately 10 years of age when writing this letter (b. Oct. 23, 1885)

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