Sarah [Muir Galloway]
you all- when not sore headed to be entertaining — Helen had fine visits with - Grace and Dr. Paulin - last summer - she never tired telling the fun she had - - - May I hear from you some good day - and tell me just how well you are - I hope you are real-well. - - Give my love and good wishes to those I know in the Grove-LovinglySister Mary-Oct. 17-1914.Kearney-Willis sends love 3-Willis had been asleep -- he said "there was no electricity in the house"- I knew better - and so did he when he found the place where the plaster was broken - and saw little scraps of paper and crums of plaster on the dining table and scattered evenly over the rug — — After all this I began to get better some - but very slowly - although we had the advice of an excellent physician - - I keep about - yet take few liberties - My head 05871
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1914 Oct 27
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0745
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