Sarah [Muir Galloway]
Pacific Grove, Calif.June 11 - 1910My dear brother John:-In a letter from May Coleman received by Ette yesterday we hear that you are home again, and also that Maggie is still very seriously ill with seemingly no hope of her recovery. What a long weary time she has had all through the spring and thus far and how we have hoped as we have heard from time to time that there would be some improvement and we will still hope.In your last letter written Feb 11th you mentioned the reunion, that you would hear was entirely given up some time ago, so Joanna wrote me. One special reason why she wished to make a move was on account of the girls health, Bessie was already out in Nebraska and Bernice was feeling much better but in Joanna's last letter written May 21st she said that Bernice had been ill again and Walter saw the need of a change of climate and said they had better store04789
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1910 Jun 11
Original letter dimensions: 25.5 x 20.5 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0491
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