Sarah [Muir Galloway]
your long absence, and of your success in discovering the three varieties of trees which you were so anxiously looking for, made us glad also.This morning I see a notice of your new book "The Yosemite," which I suppose will soon be published. Along with the notice there is a good picture of yourself.Wanda will now be at home and you will have still another grandson to welcome.I hope you found Helen well when you were with her, I have written but have not heard from her since she went to Hollywood, but heard of her by Wanda,I had letters from Mary some time ago and all were well. She made a long visit with friends in Cleveland, Ohio, last summer and came home feeling better. Joanna went to Kearney to visit with her later. We also have heard from Joanna quite lately also from Dan. The past winter in Neb. has been very severe making it very trying for them all, especially Bernice who cannot endure either either the extreme heat or cold.I had a few lines from Maggie Lunam in the winter05187
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1912 May 3
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