Sarah [Muir Galloway]
Pacific Grove, Calif.Jan. 3rd 1906Dear Brother JohnYour letter was received yesterday, also the package of books, David brought them from the Express Office and it was opened at once, each one received there book excepting Celia, her one I will send off to her to-day. I send you many thanks for mine, which I know to be excellent. I shall prize it the more because it is from you, and has your handwriting inside. I am glad that you all are usually well again. I had a letter from Helen written Decr 18, which was gladly received, with the news of herself and surroundings. It is a comfort to know that she is getting well and strong again after her severe illness. It is a new experience for her to be living in a country where there are no flowers during the winter.One of the Christmas gifts Celia sent me was a quotation from one of your articles which has been gotten up in very pretty[in margin: I have just received a letter from [Anna?] Sanderson, John [Olnay?] and wife think of coming to Calif. again, Mrs. [illegible] has been sick so they may not start until yet.]03674
Pacific Grove, Calif.
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 20 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0025
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