Anna Galloway Eastman
Scappoose, Oregon, Jan. 27, 1903.Dear uncle John:I am in receipt of a letter from Celia in which she tells me she has received a letter from you inclosing twenty dollars to me with your love.Dear uncle John I thank you - especially for the love.Mother and I are better than we were - doing the best we can. As for me it seems as if all the light and beauty in life are gone - but may be sometime the sun will shine again.Yours affectionately,Anna Galloway Eastman.03153
1903 Jan 27
Original letter dimensions: 22.5 x 14.5 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0116
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