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August 22, 1921 letter to Nancy Brown from Ruth Kroscher

August 22, 1921 To: Nancy Brown, Kalamazoo, MI From: Ruth Kroscher Wanted to send “the pictures” before they left for two weeks up in Northern Wisconsin. Monday morning Dear aunt Nan – Meant to get the pictures to you before … Continue reading

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August 17, 1921 letter to Nancy Brown from Lela Mueller

August 17, 1921[1] To: Nancy Brown From: Lela Mueller Writes about spending the day at Will Brown’s farm and the produce they brought home. Lou had a crying spell at breakfast on Tuesday. He forgot to file a government report … Continue reading

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September 8, 1920 letter to Nancy Brown from Ruth Kroscher

September 8, 1920 To: Nancy Brown, Galesburg, MI From: Ruth Kroscher, Chicago, IL Thanks her aunt for her comforting letter after the death of her baby. Dear Aunt Nan Your letter was such a comfort and help to us. Noone … Continue reading

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August 28, 1920 letter to Nancy Brown from Lela Mueller

August 28, 1920 To: Nancy Brown From: Lela Mueller Writes to her mother about the birth and death of Ruth Kroscher’s baby. Lou’s mother is staying with them for awhile and various relatives have come to visit her. Lou has … Continue reading

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July 21, 1920 letter to Nancy Brown from Lela Mueller

July 21, 1920 To: Nancy Brown, Kalamazoo, MI From: Lela Mueller, Chicago, IL Was having Uncle Will & Aunt Lizzie along with other members of their family over for dinner Wednesday night, then on Friday went to Uncle Will’s farm … Continue reading

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July 15, 1920 letter to Nancy Brown from Willis Brown

July 15, 1920 To: Nancy Brown From: Willis Brown Has been out to his farm in Wood Dale to harvest vegetables. They have built a screen porch onto the shack. Writes about his sons and their cars and sounds like … Continue reading

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