October 4, 1901
To: Louese Harris, Shelbyville, MI
From: Sarah Keith, Galesburg, MI
Was surprised by a visit from her brother, Robert Crawford. Nancy has gone back home. Was anxious to see her children, but hated to go home as it was so different without Hank.
Galesburg Oct 4”/1901
Will write a little this morning. Nancy went yesterday morning. She went from here on the interurban. She got a from Mrs Wagner saying they had decided to go north before they went to Chicago. They had got letters from friends that wanted them to be sure and meet them thare. Hannah looked out of the window about four oclock yesterday afternoon and said for goodness thare comes Uncle Robert. Wish he had come the day before whilst Nancy was here. He thinks he will go to your place week after next. He had a very bad cold but is better of it now. He was on the Lake night before last. Crossed from Milwaukee to Ottawa Beach went by the way of Grand rapids. He went to sleep before he got to Shelby ville. Did not wake up till he got most to Kal. He had a very tempestuous night on the Lake. I suppose Nancy is flying around house with her blue dress on. She wanted to see her children but hated to go home. If Hank was thare it would be different. They will expect the Dr Sunday. Hannah feels better this week then she has since she was sick real cold have a fortaste of what is coming. Hope this will find you all well. I have nothing new to write after you had gone. Hannah found Mildred drawers. Will send them by Robert if he goes. He is going to the Burg with letters will send this by him.
 Her daughter, Nancy (Keith) Brown
 Her daughter, Hannah (Keith) Towne
 Her brother, Robert Crawford
 Kalamazoo, Michigan
 Claude, Lela & Bess Brown
 Nancy’s husband, Henry Brown, who died May 22, 1901
 Lela’s fiancé, Samuel Boyer
 Louese’s daughter, Mildred Harris
 Galesburg, Michigan