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Letter from Jacob Bruner to Martha J. Bruner
			
melon seeds said to be of the finest quality.  Plant and try them 
perhaps I will be at home to help eat them.  Have a fine garden 
by the time I get home. If I cannot get home this summer or fall 
you must make preparations to come and spend two or three months 
with me here.  You would be well pleased with the climate.  Do 
not sell our land we can now get along without it if fortune 
favors us and it will be growing in value.  Be in no hurry about 
paying the taxes it can be done anytime before the next 
Christmas. Did you get 9 dollars from Mrs. J.S. Snook?  I paid 
the ten 


			
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Jacob Bruner Papers

Letter from Jacob Bruner to Martha J. Bruner


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