Anna G[alloway] Eastman
2.could not by any stretch of imagination think yourselves children rambling about in Dunbar, you could at least talk over old times. You will come some day, won't you?We had heavy rain yesterday but today is beautiful and sunshiny and no mud either for we are on a side hill and it dries quickly after a rain.We are all well here except Mrs. Westlake, who is very ill. They hope to be able to take her to Oakland to a hospital soon.Hoping this finds you well, and thanking you again, I amAffectionately, your nieceAnna G. Eastman.04336
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1908 Dec 10
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