December 12, 1923
To: Ethan Keith & Hannah Towne, Kalamazoo, MI
From: Nancy Brown, Chicago, IL
A postcard with general news.
Dec 12“ 1923
Dear brother & sister
Has rained steady all day. Am afraid our nice weather will take a hard cold. I expect to go to Bessies tomow, stay till Christmas. She will stay home. Not a word from any of Lous folks for a number of weeks. Got an announcement from Mildred. Wilma wrote me Jim was better. Two letters from Lou to day written and spelled all right perfectly normal in any thing he said. We cannot understand it. I have not been down town in over four weeks, such crowds. Girls dont want I should. Have you got that record Ethan? Or have you heard it. I wont try to hear it now till after Xmas. Would be almost impossible to get in to a booth and play it now. We have had thirteen lbs candy ordered from Edna and family. Let me know Aunt Jennies address. I want to send her a card. Will write Friday. All in bed but me. Good night.
 Her daughter, Bess (Brown) Recoschewitz
 Their sister, Louese (Keith) Harris
 Their niece, Mildred (Harris) Cripe
 Their niece, Wilma Keith
 Their brother, James Keith
 Nancy’s son-in-law, Louis Mueller
 Nancy’s daughters, Bess, and Lela (Brown) Mueller
 Their cousin, Edna (Crawford) Henry Tullar