Sarah [Muir Galloway]
and throat, were hurt the most - Patience and time - will do the work of mending -- but a degree of impatience demands attention occasionally - There is not fun in this state of things, yet nothing is left out - that goes for help or comfort - as all times there is much to be thankful for - even in the midst of regretI am - writing with pencil finding it much easier than with pen --- you don't mind do you? -- What do you think of war across the big water Do you and David - exchange views? - Is'nt it too dreadful -- Are the catholics responsible - are not they the instigators - There are many reasons for thinking so - even though they choose to work under cover - out of sight —How is David taking life - in the same jolly mood of long ago? - I should like to reach over and take a peek at
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1914 Oct 27
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0747
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