George Reichert to Mabel Reichert, December 20, 1913 (Letter)
Reichert, George. “George Reichert to Mabel Reichert, December 20, 1913 (Letter).” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 16 Apr. 2021, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/40005. Accessed 16 Oct. 2021.
|Title||George Reichert to Mabel Reichert, December 20, 1913 (Letter)|
|Source||Reichert Collection; GLMS 105; Center for Archival Collections, University Libraries, Bowling Green State University|
|Spatial Coverage||Ashtabula (Ohio)|
Received your letter last evening and was glad to hear from you. So you got a letter from Minnie, well I answered Minnie’s letter the other day, wrote one to Henry Shaffer and one to my Aunt also.
Well dear you can do just as you like about the presents, I would just as soon have them wait till (until) you get home, because you will only have to lug them back home again.
But you can do just as you like about it.
So somebody is coming to Lydia’s house (pregnant?), ha ha. Well you’ll have company next summer (baby Lyle?). So Ed came home Wednesday morning, tell him I said hello. Well the Paine isn’t here yet, but I guess they expect her any time. She was supposed to leave Buffalo today. Well I see the paper today where the Butler (Joseph G. Butler, Jr.) arrived (at) Milwaukee, you know she took the load of hard coal from Buffalo, the load we were supposed to take.
Miller and I went to the Majestic last night and saw a pretty good show, pretty good Vaudeville.
I guess I wrote you that I sent my Aunt some slippers didn’t I. You never mentioned a word about it. Gee we certainly have a snap now, only ten men to feed, the two of us. Haven’t seen the old man for five days. I guess he’s in Cleveland. And I don’t think he’ll come till (until) the Paine gets here.
Well dear I will close for this time hoping to hear from you real soon. With love and kisses.
Best to all.