Maggie Rae Lunam
very well we will hope to see James & Mrs Hay this summerWe will be so pleased to have a few lines from you Mother & I often talk about youMother joins me in kindest loveBelieve meyours affectyMaggie Rae LunamAnsweredWestfieldDunbarMay 5th 1910Dear CousinWhat a pleasure it gave us to receive the fine large photos last week of your self & friends, they are beautifully taken & it is so good of you in them both, we do prize them04757
Mother is very feeble just now since the middle of March she has not been downstairs, gets up a bit in the evenings but I do hope when warmer weather comes she will get a bit stronger, I am so thankful I have kept well this last winter, bystaying indoors I managed to keep free of cold.What a great tour your ex President is having & so royally received I saw he was invited to Dunfermline Carnegie's town but cannot accept to go. The Hays are all
1910 May 5
Original letter dimensions: 15.5 x 20 cm.
Lunam, Maggie Rae, "Letter from Maggie Rae Lunam to [John Muir], 1910 May 5." (1910). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 5000.
Reel 19, Image 0347
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