Sarah M[uir] Galloway
and likes it too, Mr Parry has a state office which keeps him away from home nearly all the time and in this nearly all the responsibility rests upon David. I was sorry to hear that Mrs Strentzel was not feeling well I hope she is recovering her strength again. I have at this minute received your last favor, Grace having just returned from the Post Office, tell Helen I was much pleased to receive the picture of her cats, also that I like little girls and enjoy looking at the Photo. I have of her. I hope she and Wanda received the box I sent them last month. If John Reid comes out to you, you may in time be more at liberty, and the climate and the change of climate will surely be of benefit to Maggie. Love to all from [in margin: Sarah M Galloway]
1891 Feb 24
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 13 cm.
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