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Letter to Evelyn Palmer, 11 March 1919

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Issued Date: 1919
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10288/16219
Description: One two-page letter and envelope sent to College of William and Mary student Evelyn V. Palmer from her mother whose name is not provided. The text of the letter: "    Dear Evelyn,     I received your letter and am sorry you feel so lonesome.     I wish I could let you have a lot of money. I do the best I can and your request for three dollars was unexpected and did bother me.     I will come to Williamsburg next week for a couple of days and hope I can sell some goods.     The chickens are growing real nice. The new brooder beats lamp brooding all to pieces.     Daddy is working at the city clerk s office with Mr. Hutchins, this week. I don t know how long the work will last.     There isn t any news here and the chickens and everything keeps me so busy. I don t know what to do first.     We all send lots of love your loving Mamma" And this final note was written in at the top of the letter: "I will send you some change soon."Letter was written on the front and back of a single page. Only the addressee side of the envelope was digitized.Found In: UA 5.123, Evelyn V. Palmer Letter, 1919


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