Sarah [Muir Galloway]
 [in margin: Mother sends love to all. I wrote to Annie about a week ago.]daughter Mary called to see us this week. I gave her Wanda's picture she was delighted with it, she sends love to you all. Your article in the Yellowstone bill came out in this weeks Register, we read it in the paper you sent to Mother, it is beautiful as David says, it is just the same as you told us here without the nonsense [illegible] up. Mother seemed real well, she can take nice long walks. she has been out at Prospect Point once or twice within a few days We have been having a few fine days lately, but we have had a good deal of cold, raw, blustering weather. My health is about the same as when you were here the others are well excepting colds Anna has commenced her winter term of school. Celia will be at home this winter she has commenced taking music lessons at the [illegible]is attending school as usual. Write a few lines when you can. Give me love to Loie and Wanda also remember me to the Dr. and Mrs [illegible]Lovingly Sarah
1885 Nov 20
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