Sarah [Muir Galloway]
and is enjoying the country. I also had a letter from Mrs Isabella Sanderson, she was in Virginia with her youngest daughter, she always enjoys your writings as they come out. She is eighty years old now but seems to be well and to enjoy life.David and Ette are both much better than earlier in the summer-, David goes fishing now sometimes. Give my kindest remembrances to Wanda and family and also to Helen when you write. I have written to both since these last babies came, but I know how busy they are.Affectionately Sarah.Pacific Grove Calif.Octr 27 - 1914My dear brother John:-I have not heard from you for some time and am wondering if you are quite strong and well now. If you are at home I know that you will be busy writing, perhaps on Alaska, for I have not heard that the book is out yet. I received a letter from Mary which I think I will enclosed so that you may know what an05871
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1914 Oct 27
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0733
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