Aug 10, 1925
Miss Edith Hansen;
I took a trip to Sidney yesterday to see the folks, and was hoping to see you, but as you were not there I would like to write to you.
Please do not think that I am too forward, as I surely wish to avoid that.
We are busy harvesting, and have a fair crop.
My brother and I are heading all our wheat this year. Some wheat has been threshed, and the yields are from 8 to 20 bushels.
I suppose you had a good cool time in the park, while we had two very hot and dusty days driving from Livingston to Sidney. That really was the only thing I didn’t enjoy.
My pictures turned out well, but they can’t do justice to the real thing.
If you care, I should like to hear from you, or maybe we will meet again soon.
Immanuel Larsen Culbertson, Mont.