Sarah [Muir Galloway]
were well when last I heard from them. All seems to go on well under the new conditions.David and Ette are in usual health and all goes on about usual with the rest of us. We hear from Kenneth and he is getting on all right. Mrs Foster has had a severe attack of Grippe but was recovering nicely when last we heard. I have not heard from Wanda or Helen lately but hope you all are well. AffectionatelySarah.Pacific Grove, Calif.Feb. 4th 1913Dear brother John:-I was wondering if you had heard from Maggie Lunam lately. I had a letter from her some days ago in which she says that her mother had been very little out of bed since the beginning of May. She was able to be up a little in the summer evenings, but is never up now, but has to be lifted out of bed to get it made. Maggie says she is very contented with05372
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1913 Feb 4
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