Margaret Rae Lunam
has been here for a few days. She always makes kind enquiries for you. Is your autobiography book not published yet. I am longing to see it.With our kindest love to self & all your peopleBelieve meYours affectyMargt Rae LunamWestfield DunbarAugust 21st 1912Dear CousinWe were so glad to hear that you had got safely home again. We got a Los Angeles paper form Mrs. Borland at the Manse & Mrs Galloway (Sarah) wrote telling us that you were home & 05257
at Martinez & so busy with accumulated correspondence, we have always hoped we would be hearing from you. Mother is so feeble this summer she is not able to be downstairs since the end of April. She is now sitting up a little bit in the evening when itis fine, she is so content & pleased with everything & I have as yet been able to attend to her for which I am thankful. We have not seen any of the Hays this summer. James is not able now to come to Scotland, we miss their visit. Susan Gilrye
1912 Aug 21
Original letter dimensions: 15 x 20 cm.
Lunam, Margaret Rae, "Letter from Margaret Rae Lunam to John Muir, 1912 Aug 21." (1912). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6337.
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