June 5, 1923
To: Ethan Keith & Hannah Towne, Kalamazoo, MI
From: Nancy Brown, Chicago, IL
The doctor is making arrangements for Lou to go to the sanitarium. He is anxious to go so that he can get better and come home a strong, well man. He will be there for three months.
Tuesday June 5“ 23
Dear brother and sister.
Just a few lines. Lou not much if any better. Doctor is making arrangments to have him go to Sanintarian, “Sacred Heart” near Milwaukee. Will go Thursday or Friday. Claude, Eda, Lela, Lou, and his cousin George are going. They go in Claude’s George car. Lou is very anxius to go, says he is going to make good, come home a strong well man. Expects to be gone three months. He looks bad. Will write so you will have[?] Saturday. Have not sent crate but will tomow sure.
[Written along the side margin:] They go Thursday 8:30 a.m.
 Nancy’s son-in-law, Louis Mueller
 Nancy’s son and daughter-in-law, Claude and Edith (Neumaier) Brown
 Nancy’s daughter, and Lou’s wife, Lela (Brown) Mueller
 George Friedholdt