Sarah [Muir Galloway]
the little Town has become. Mrs. Lunam was well considering her age when last I heard but that is a long time since.You would be sad I know when you knew what had happened to your friend Roosevelt. We were here and are glad he is recovering. The country will in time get quieted again when election is over.I hope that you and yours are well.AffectionatelySarahPacific Grove Cal.October 31st 1912[in margin: I have a fine newspaper clipping showing you plucking an orang blossom at Helen's Hollywood home. How is Hellen and Wanda?]My dear brother John:-It is a long time since I have heard from you, or of you, and do not know whether you are still in the valley, but where ever you are I know that you will be very busy. Still a few lines from you would be a pleasure which we would greatly enjoy.We are mostly so far apart and can see so little of each other the letters are05292
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1912 Oct 31
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 20, Image 1389
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