S[arah] M[uir] Galloway
[John Muir & Louie Strentzel Muir]
every [momento?] of our baby will be a treasure to you all. I trust that you Louie an yourself should and will again, I wonder when you with your little girls will be able to come to [illegible] to see us all. Have you found a name beautiful enough for the baby [illegible] one are all anxious to know what it will be. John Reid has been in Portage for tow or three weeks. he started for home on the 29th we were all glad to see him and had a pleasant visit. he took us out to the Cemetary in Buffalo then left me at Leni [Roberts?] to stay while he went on to visit with his Brothers. John thinks that if Maggie is feeling well enough she may visit us next summer. Many thanks John for your kind re- -membrance of the children but you will hear from them. All are about usually well. I am feeling much better than when you were here. David and the children are well he gave him yesterday. With kindest regards to all I am yours Lovingly S. M. Galloway
1886 Feb 1
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 13 cm.
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