M[argaret] Rae Lunam
it is indeed most helpful for the winter brings many expenses amongst others the taxes which are indeed a very weariness.Mr Newton sent us "Stickeen" we are delighted to have the "wee fellow" we are charmed to hear you have written about your boyhood days in Dunbar we dothink you should come over & see it all again & hear the larks they begin very early in spring, we [illegible] lady from Los Angeles this autumn a Mrs Davidson You would know James Hay & his wife were seeing us this summer She wrote you from here James keeps wonderfully well for his years he wrote mother such a cheerful letter for her 87th birthday a few
1910 Dec 7
Original letter dimensions: 16 x 20 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0990
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