Maggie [Margaret] Rae Lunam
I sent Mrs Kellog a paper but have not heard from her, it may not have reached if the address was not correct.Now dear Cousin you ask me my plans, I really do not know what to do, I wd require to sell this house but I am told it is next to impossible to sell with out loss, if I cant I will try to make something out of it next summer, then the Solicitor says there may be duty on the[in margin: I am your affectionate cousinMaggie Rae Lunam]Westfield Dunbar6th October 1913Dear CousinI received your most kind sympathetic letter last week & along with it the delightful book of your Boyhood, I am enjoying it. Annie & Fay's letter would tell you how peacefully my dear Mother passed away05567Dunbar house, but they are such slow going fellows it may be a long time before I know definitely. I wonder if you would care to send your Book "Boyhood Days" to our Minister who has gone to
1913 Oct 6
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