The Letters in the Antique Trunk, Part 10

Date: October 28, (1900,1906 or 1917?)

From: Freeta Anderson in Glen Elder, Kansas

To: L.J. Anderson

Page 1

Glen Elder Oct the 28

My Dear husband,

This is Sunday and I am a lone. Jalen and Elda whent to church. I rec. your letter yest day and was very glad to hear from you for it seems to me like you was going two months.

I am well. Mrs. Frank Peaslee died on Oct the 24 and John Dickinson is married. I get one egg a day. The calf died with the black.

October 28, 1900,1906 or 1917 Freeta to L.J. Page 1

Page 2

My dear you dond know how lonesome it is with out you. We hate a nice rain a week ago. This is all for this time. Rite soon. Yours as ever. Your wife.

Hear is a kiss my dearest.

Write soon.

Dond be long.

October 28, 1900,1906 or 1917 Freeta to L.J. Page 2

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