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Julia writes to Finley saying that it is Sunday and she has just returned from Sunday School. She finds Mr. and Mrs. Harris very pleasant. Mr. Harris has gone to New York. Mrs. Harris thinks she learns very fast. Julia says that they are not working with straw this winter but have made over 100 silk and satin bonnets. She said she had received a letter from home and they were all well but the local preacher and teacher had died. She thought maybe her uncle knew him. Abstract Number - 987
Finley Family Letters -- Niece
Finley, Julia, "Letter from Julia Finley to James B. Finley" (1853). Finley Letters. 971.