Maggie Rae Lunam
mother & I at Cmas time. I am very sorry to say Mother is very feeble does not get out of bed now I have had to get a woman into the house instead of a young girl, I am so glad that I am keeping afoot.Susan Gilroy hascome to-day for a few days on her way to Edinbro.I have not seen any of the Hays [illegible] summer James is not able to brave now & Mrs Hay did not come to Scotland.Your are always busy writing but I daresay you will
1912 Dec 16
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