Sarah [Muir Galloway]
They had to move their house too. There was no trouble when Anna and the children are living and they are all well. We here are all in usual health, and I am getting on nicely.Remember me to Wanda. I hope that Helen and family keep well. I shall hope to receive a few lines from you and to know that you are growing along again. With love, I amAffectionatelyyour sisterSarah.Pacific Grove, Calif.Feb. 7 - 1914My dear brother John:-I have just heard to-day that you have been quite ill with grippe. Ette brought in a Martinez paper this morning with the [illegible], also telling that you were now much improved for which I am very glad. I have been thinking so much about you lately and wondering how you would be. It has been such a rainy time, more so I have heard in the Valley than05701
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1914 Feb 7
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