Sarah [Muir Galloway]
them here. if you do not manage to dispose of a good share of your Ranche I fear it will be a long time. The girls are all at home just now. but Anna and Celia have both engaged schools again Anna will not commence teaching until Nov. Celia will go back to [illegible] in Sept. David's folks are well. I suppose you will have heard of the young Doctors, at Lincoln. they are all very happy about it Dan is delighted. Write when you have a little leisure I am anxious to hear about you all I think Louie was not very well when I heard last. Give my kindest regards to Mr and Mrs Strentzel and with love to all I am yours AffectionatelySarahPortage WisJuly 19 / 89Dear brother John,I received this letter two days ago and so I write. I have not seen Will Mitchell for some time and so do not know how well he is now or just what kind of work he could undertake. For some years he has been employed by the Winona Mill Company of Minn. and Dakota acting as grain buyer and had charge of the elevator at several places. he only discontinued work on account of his health. both last year and this he has been obliged to come to Milwaukee to have tumors removed from his neck and shoulder and still others make their appearance.
1889 Jul 19
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