Sarah [Muir Galloway]
We had a very pleasant visit with Mrs Foster not long since She came with her Son in law, we had not seen her for about twelve years so you may be sure we had a great many things to talk about, and they were much pleased with the scenery about the Bay.Anna and the children are well, the children enjoying their holiday vacation and enjoying it.I have been sick for some time but am gaining nicely and hope to be as usual before long.Very Affectionately your sisterSarah.[in margin: In a letter Ette had from the Valley, she said you were coming home soon so I will address to Martinez]110 Ninth StreetPacific Grove, Calif.Jan. 4th 1908My dear brother John: -I could not send you and Helen the Seasons greetings as I did not know where to address you. We knew you were going away but did not know when, and later we were not sure of the new address. Dear brother I hope and pray that the change of climate may do much for Helen and that 1908 may hold much of happiness for you both and so a glad New Year, I wrote to Helen at Daggett04010
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1908 Jan 4
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
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