Sarah [Muir Galloway]
experience she has had and also the results. We, at different times have passed through many heavy thunder storms but always escaped unhurt, and think of Mary having such a narrow escape from death in her own house. It will likely take a long time before she quite recovers, her head being in the condition it is she ill not be able to read much or do things to pass the time- In writing I told her she would have to watch thebirds and see what they were doing and also see the flowers in her garden, that is what Grace has been doing while she has been unable to be about lately- and has found it very interestingI had a letter from Dan's wife this summer. They seem to be getting on well, from what she writes I think Dan has a good practice. The little girl is in school now When Joanna wrote last all was well, Bernice is getting on fine in her new home.
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1914 Oct 27
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0735
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