March 30, 1925.
Dear Cousins all:
Here we are writing our annual "cousin's letter". I send to all a greeting. I do not feel I can do better than that this time. I am well as usual, and trying to adjust myself to circumstances. My home was burned March second; but I shall still be found in Osceola. Come and see me.
Utilizing Sandy Buck Garrett's 2012 transcription.
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