[we?], as you know, are very much so.Our Sierra Madres are covered with snow and it is very cold. The a[illegible] deepening?] out of doors and last night almost drove us in.I hope Helen is very well, please remember me to her and you daughter Wanda whosenew name I have forgotten.We all wish you a happy New Year and I do hope you will write a great deal, in spite of its making you so thinI have learned to typewrite so come down and I'll do it for you.Affectionately yoursEllie MosgroveJan. 1, 1907
Original letter dimensions: 18 x 22.5 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0531
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