Sarah M[uir] Galloway
Portage Wis. Nov- 4 /96My dear Sister EmmaI have been thinking how lonely you must be, and am wondering if you are feeling better and how you are all getting on. I hope that your health is improved and that the family are well. I have not heard anything from brother Daniel for some time, he must be feeling terribly lonely too. Most people are hoping that under the new administration the country will see better times, I hope and pray that there may be a change in that direction. You will have fine schools in Hillsdale2I have know those who have attended there, is it a pretty place, and do you like living there? Well Emma you have your children all about you, and that is a great comfort. My girls have been away from home a great deal. I have not seen Grace for more than a year. she and Celia went to Valparaiso, to the Normal School there a year ago just in Sept. in the spring when they left there Celia came home and Grace got a position in Chicago as Stenographer. She has been fortunate in her position and also in having a good boarding place, she likes her work, too, and seems to be satisfied. she does not think
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