April 25, 1921
To: Nancy Brown, Chicago, IL
From: Hannah Towne, Kalamazoo, MI
This is the seventeenth anniversary of their father’s death. She thinks that Eda has a cancer of the colon and hopes that the treatments will destroy it. Uncle Henry came for a visit and “can do all he said he did.” The money that Nancy sent apparently was stolen from the envelope. She had a very strenuous week and was kind of nervous. She didn’t sit up much on Saturday and was doing only what had to be done.
This letter was originally posted to the Crawford/Comfort Family Letters blog and can be read here.