Sarah [Muir Galloway]
walks, it seems as if all the rain that was withheld in the summer has been coming down in snow this winter, but perhaps we will have pleasant weather soon. My own health has been better for some time, so that I can get about my work more comfortably. The girls were home for a little while last week. Their winter schools will close in five or six weeks when they will be home for a little again. David's folks are all well. I hope your own health will keep improving, that must be a large volume you are engaged in correcting. Give my love to Louis, tell her I will write to her someday. With love to all. I am as everYour affectionate SisterSarah.01291
1888 Feb 3
Original letter dimensions: 40.5 x 12.5 cm.
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