George Reichert to Mabel Reichert, December 17, 1913
Reichert, George. “George Reichert to Mabel Reichert, December 17, 1913.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 16 Apr. 2021, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/40004. Accessed 16 Oct. 2021.
|Title||George Reichert to Mabel Reichert, December 17, 1913|
|Source||Reichert Collection; GLMS 105; Center for Archival Collections, University Libraries, Bowling Green State University|
|Spatial Coverage||Ashtabula (Ohio)|
Well dear, this is Tuesday and I haven’t heard from you yet.
But I suppose there is a letter for me up to [at] the Post Office.
But gee, that’s so far up there, and I can’t get away every day to go way up there, I wished we had some other place to write to.
Well Bones left last night, gee I kind of hated to see him go, and he didn’t like to leave either. Of course he was kind of anxious to get to Chicago, and at the same time he didn’t like to leave.
I told him to send you a card when he got to Chicago. And I told him to write me after New Years.
Gee, this is certainly a dreary place to lay I’m sick of it all ready.
Wished I was through laying up. I heard today that the Paine (William A. Paine) was comming [coming] here also, she will be here tomorrow some time. Mabe [maybe] I’ll have to cook for that bunch to (too). The Captain went to Cleveland today.
He’s going to stay couple of days.
Well dear I will close will write again tomorrow.
With Love and kisses.