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W7817 TO REV. CALVIN MCQUESTEN from Vera Fisher
Jan 16 1910
To: Rev. Calvin McQuesten Knox College, Toronto, Ontario
From: Glenhurst, Saskatchewan

Dear Mr. McQuesten,

I was so glad to get that lovely little booklet. I think it is just beautiful and mother and Douglas thought their little ones were very nice. I think Douglas is going to write to you.

We are having pretty cold weather up here we had a very bad storm on the 31 of Dec. and there was a man who got frozen to death and another man got his both feet frozen. It was a very bad storm.

We are all well and hope you are the same. Mrs. J. Clark told me that you went to see her mother and enjoyed yourself emensely [sic].

We are all looking forward to your coming back in the spring so we can have another Ladies'-Aid tea at the Manse.

We all join in and send our best regards.

Yours sincerely,

Vera Fisher

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