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Letter from David Pendleton Oakerhater to Mrs Mary Burnham
January 16, 1879

Page 1 of letter from David Pendleton Oakerhater to Mrs. Mary Burnham dated 16 January 1879

Paris Hill N.Y.
Thursday Jan. 16th, 1879

My Dear House Mother

I was glad
Mr-Mrs Wicks very kind all boys Indian
every morning every night all very
joy so Happy together very nice visit
all laugh I was very so Happy
now what do you think tell me
I think very cold so deep snow not
leave you I think so I must tell
you the clock fell off the shelf
the other day and broke off that
little brass piece which it stands
on. to day little while I work I helped
Mr Wicks pack ice. little I write to you

good bye
Your friend

David Pendleton

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