Sarah [Muir Galloway]
John Muir & L[ouie Stretzel Muir]
hands, and hope that in the days to come we may in some way be enabled to show our gratitude. I feel sure that we have not already received the full enjoyment of our visit but that it will last, as long as life. I hope our little girl is well wonder if she thinks as often of her Aunties as they do of her, tell her Auntie [Ladie?] sends her a kiss. I hope the time is not very far distant when we can welcome you all, at our new home. John Reid and David. both think we are looking much better, and are comforted. it is many a day, since we were so sun-browned they all remark about that, we must try to continue our walks, and keep gaining in strength. Remember me to the Dr. and Mrs Swentzel, hope they too are well. With best wishes for all, I am yours lovinglySarah01102
1883 Mar 28
Original letter dimensions: 40.5 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 04, Image 1044
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