Martinez CaliforniaAugust, 4. 1893.My dear PapaWe have received your three beautiful letters from Oban, and Oh how very, every glad we were to get them and to see the bonny little flowers that were in them. I wish I could be with you and see all the things you tell of in your letters, it must be so delightful to be out in the rosy Heather and to feel that you are really back in your own native land once more. We are all well here, that is of course with the exception that Grandma is never very well, and Mama's eyes are troubling her a good deal yet, Helen is very well. although the06342
1893 Aug 4
Original letter dimensions: 21 x 13.5 cm.
Reel 07, Image 1230
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