The Letters in the Antique Trunk, Part 8

Date: July 16, 1912

From: L.J. Anderson in Glen Elder, Kansas

To: Freeta Anderson

July 16, 1912
Glen Elder

Well this is Tues and I were at the office Monday morning and got your letter. Was glad to but sorry that your mother is sick. Hope that she is better now. If she don’t get better you had better go and see her. You rite bigger letters and tell me how every thing is. I suppose corn is silking by this time. Would like to see every thing. Hope you have had some rain by this time. Looks like it may be raining down there. Does the wind blow? We have had some wind here the past week. This leaves me til good by.

July 16, 1912 L.J. Anderson to Freeta Anderson

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