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W7821 TO REV. CALVIN MCQUESTEN from Rebecca Anderson
Feb 21 1910
To: Rev. Calvin McQuesten Knox College, Toronto, Ontario
From: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Rev. C. McQuesten,
Dear Friend,

Your letter came to hand and was pleased to hear from you.

I am in Saskatoon now have been since the 3rd of Feb., and have already given a girl to Ed and Mina.

I am going back to Glenhurst in the Spring, I expect before you come out so I will come and meet you myself if nothing happens between now and then.

We are having very cold weather here now. I froze my ear when I was going to Sunday school this morning at ten A.M., the first time in my life. I go to hear Mr. McIntosh, like him much better than Mr. Gallup.

I will enclose a picture of the group at the Ladies' Aid at my place on the 20th of January taken by Mrs. J.A. Clark. It was taken on the ice where we were all skating.

I saw Joe Johnston and he told me about seeing you but he did not bring Mrs. Joe home with him.

[Rebecca Anderson]1

1 Letter terminates at end of page with no closing or signature, but Calendar states that it is from Rebecca Anderson.

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