Sarah [Muir Galloway]
last moment-. The meter and telephone snapped and crackled as if going to pieces, To me the room was dangerous with electricity - the crack came - and I was caught - my head seemed bursting - - my tongue stiffened- I tried to shout for Willis but no words came- pieces of something seemed flying about -- lights went out - & &c-- and then such a time -- —no sleep came to me that night- not until near four oclock next morning. 2.years lived and studied in Paris- and still has a studio there - and also one in Chicago - Last year he painted a picture for the Salon in Paris - and took the [honors?]. His was pronounced the greatest picture painted in 1913 - and the degree and honors - given were the greatest ever earned by an AmericanSo you see he is away way up in art—- One day I enjoyed - a call from05871
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1914 Oct 27
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0741
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