The Letters in the Antique Trunk, Part 5

Date: July 12, 1900

From: George in Waukomis O.T. (Oklahoma Territory)

To: Freeta

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Waukomis O.T. July 29, 1900

Dear Sister I rec. your letter today + was glad to hear from you. I got a letter from Frank George today + he says that my corn is good + the corn around here is good + the wheat is turning out well all the way from 20 to 30 bushells to the acre. I will work about three weeks yet if I can + then I will go home + cut up my feed. Maybe I’ll stay at home all fall. I don’t know when I will come up there. What is John doing + how is all the folks getting along?

July 29, 1900 George to Freeta Page 1

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I have heard from Pauline + she says that she thinks of staying down here. I have sent her $40 + will sent her some more before long. I have earned $75 since I have been over here. Yours as ever. Your brother

George

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