[On First Presidency stationery]





P.O. Box B Salt Lake City, U.T. [Salt Lake City, Utah Territory]

March 25th, 1884 [Tuesday 25 Mar 1884]

Dear Eddie [Edward Hunter Snow, b. 1865] Herewith I send you [a] Ten dollor [dollar $10] order on Provo Factory as you desired. All well as usual here. Willie [William Spencer Snow, b. 1867] & company arrived home last Friday 21 Mar 1884] found all well as usual at St. George [St. George, Utah] - Bro Eyring starts with Libbie [Elizabeth Ashby Snow Ivins, b. 1854] & her Mother [Elizabeth Rebecca Ashby Snow, b. 1831] and children tomorrow [Wednesday 26 Mar 1884] expect to meet me at Beaver conference [Beaver, Utah Stake Conference] - Saturday night [29 Mar 1884] - Tell willard [Willard Snow, b. 1853] I expect to pass down to Milford Thursday (Tomorrow) [? Thursday 27 Mar 1884] at 5 p.m. wish him to have my bundle beding [bedding] and litle [little] lunch pail at Depot as I shall not stop - We will probably return [the] following Tuesday morning [1 Apr 1884] and probably stop at Provo [Provo, Utah]. Will be quite willing for you to get a conference ticket [April General Conference] to city [Salt Lake City] & return. If you lack money [I] will furnish you. If the school has to vacate Jones & the Bank Block where will [the] last term be held? If it is not likely to find convenient quarters for all students probably Orson [Orson Pratt Snow, b. 1860] may not attend last quarter especially if he can get work - Hope you are all doing well - Yours & ever

Erastus Snow [Erastus Snow, b. 1818]