Sarah [Muir Galloway]


[John Muir]


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[4]and are now at Ginter Park. and are enjoying their home there very much, she says they feel more at home there than any place they have been since leaving Port Norfolk and they like the people about them.I also had a letter from Alice, Dan's wife, She wrote for both Dan and herself as he very seldom writes us a letter. I suppose partly because he is so busy. They were all well and the little girl is old enough to attend the kindergarten now. I have not heard from Mary for some time but they were[1]Pacific Grove, Calif.Decr 31st 1913Dear brother John:-Your letter was received yesterday and I carried it up to David this morning. I send you many thanks for your gift to me, and for Anna and the children too until you hear from them, as theirs will be forwarded soon.They have been busy moving into a house a short distance from the Guidinger place where Kenneth has been so long, near enough, so that he still keeps working for05643[5]all well when last she wrote to me. I had a card from her son Howard and family some days ago but their home is at Spokane. Her daughter Helen is teaching near enough so that she can be home now and again. David and Ette are about usually well.I had a letter from Maggie Lunam she was telling me about her Mother and how lonely she was without her. also how pleased she was to receive your book "The story of my boyhood and05643


Pacific Grove, Calif.

Date Original

1913 Dec 31


Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 21, Image 1108

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