|1932 DAWSON Letter
THESE NOTES ARE TAKEN FROM BITS OF PAPER, LETTERS AND JOURNAL ENTRIES FOUND IN AN OLD CHEST BELONGING TO WILLIAM G. ROBBINS (1840-1919) THEY ARE THE PERSONAL PAPERS OF WILLIAM AND HIS SONS ELISHA, MERLE, WILLIE & ORA
JAN 11, 1932
I will write you a few lines to let you know I have not forgot you. This leaves us all well. Hope you are all well. Jane, I sure would love to see you all. What is everbody doing up there? I sure do get homesick to come back home. There is no place like up there to me. Jane, I am sending you seven of Billy's pictures. Myrtie wrote and told me you wanted some more of his pictures. I sent and got ten of his pictures. Florence and me got one a piece and Uncle Armstrong got one. You needn't send any pay for them. I don't aim to charge you but three cents apiece for them that is what they cost me. I am coming back up there next summer if not before and you can pay then if you want to. Is Monnie going to school? I guess I had better stop and go to the post office. Write and let me know if you get the pictures all right.
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