Sarah [Muir Galloway]
so perhaps we will hear from her and know how she is getting on, and perhaps something of how the country looks where she is stopping. She enjoys her own home so much I am sure it would be hard for her to leave it.I heard from Maggie not long since and am glad she keeps somewhere near usual. She will be glad to have so many of her family near to her. When she wrote she said Wanda and her family were well. I hope that she, and you too may come here sometime for a change, I think you all would enjoy it. I am sending you some views along the coast, those shown in the photographs are on the drive not far off, the one on the card is quite near to us, where we go for a walk or to gather shells. The ground up from there, a pretty place is where the Pacific Improvement Co. presented the University of Calif. with five acres for their Laboratory, and other buildings necessary when they come to hold their summer school.
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1908 Jan 4
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 17, Image 0027
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