Monthly Archives: September 2013

Letters to Rosebud: March 23, 1926

Mar 23–1926 I’ll try to scribble a few lines so you won’t be disappointed tomorrow. Got home all O.K. at 2:30 yesterday. The road was fine from Plentywood but there were quite a few mud holes before I got there. … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: March 15, 1926

Mar 15, 1926 Dear Rosebud. Do you know it is a solid week tomorrow since I had a letter from you. I suppose you are too busy to write so often, or else the mail got slowed up, but I … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: March 8, 1926

Mar 8–1926 Dear Sweetheart: Well, the grand business of overhauling the house is under way. I got my mother yesterday, making the round trip in one day, which is something unusual for me. We got the wall board on the … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: March 3, 1926

Mar 3—1926 My own dearie. Well, here I am again. Today I have hauled 4 tons of coal home for you. Tomorrow I am going to Culbertson with a load of wheat and bring out your sewing machine. I have … Continue reading

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March 2, 1926

Monday evening Dear Love. I just arrived home a few minutes ago, and have written to the Clerk of Court to get my mileage, so I am going to send you a chapter right away. The roads to Medicine Lake … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: March 10, 1926

Mar 10–1926 Dear Rosebud. Well, tonight there is only one month till we are husband and wife. Our work is progressing very well. We finished the two bedrooms yesterday all right. Today we made the north room and ceiling on … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: February 23, 1926

Feb 23–1926 Dear Sweetheart. We got excused last Saturday about 10 minutes after I mailed that last letter, so we just jumped the Skidoo for home. Spent 2 days at home and came back last night. I can’t say yet … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: February 25, 1926

Feb 25–1926 Dearest Edith: I just got your last letter this noon, and I’ll drop you a line, hoping you get it on Saturday. At this time I cannot say for sure if we will get done this week, but … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: February 20, 1926

Feb 20–1926 Dear Sweetheart. I rec’d your welcome letter this morning and certainly was glad to hear from you. Don’t know for sure if I can get off today and go home over Sunday. Court won’t sit until Tuesday morning … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: February 16, 1926

Wolf Point Feb 16—1926 Dear Sweetheart. Well here I am all settled down for a week or two. We’ll probably get out about the 25th if everything goes on schedule. That’s not so bad. Albert Jensen and I got a room … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: February 11, 1926

Feb 11—1926 Dear Bubbles. Well how are you this bright morning. Hope you feel fine like I do. Have just had my breakfast, so I will write you before I get hungry again. I got home alright last Monday even … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: January 31, 1926

Jan 31–1926 Dear Love: Well here is the last evening in January. I rec’d your letter yesterday and of course was glad to get it. Friday I was in after the buffet & table, also ordered your sewing machine, and … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: January 13, 1926

Jan 13—1926 Dearest Edith: I have just come from Y.P.M. at Walter and Nina, but as this is Wednesday I must let you hear from me. We got home at 6:30 and everything was in fine shape. I unwrapped all … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: January 17, 1926

Jan 17–1926 Dearest Rosebud: Rec’d your letter yesterday, and as there are going to be great changes I’ll write tonight. Enclosed you will find a check. Just present it at the Sidney National and get your dough. You may be … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: January 3, 1926

Jan 3—1926 Dear Love: Now look what that new pen did. I guess its just a spell and it looks to be recovered already. I have so much time on my hands tonight, that I want to have a little … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: December 30, 1925

Dec 30—1925 Dear Rosebud. First I shall wish you a very happy New Year; the year that is so rich in promises for us. May we be happy. Arrived home O.K. shortly after noon, last Monday and haven’t done much … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: December 15, 1925

Dec 15–1925 Dearest Edith; I may be going to town with wheat in the morning so I better begin writing a little. Arrived home soon after dark yesterday. The road was awful slippery: seemed to be worse than Sunday but … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: December 9, 1925

Dec 9 – 1925 My Dearest Edith, I think I promised you a letter this week, so here goes. Arrived home all safe about 3 o’clock and didn’t get much of anything done that day. Yesterday I done my washing, … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: November 19, 1925

Nov 29 — 1925 Dear Edith. I received your letter yesterday and was rather surprised that you are going north; still it was to be expected. Do you think it will be O.K. for me to come on Sunday under … Continue reading

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Letters to Rosebud: November 23, 1925

Nov 23—1925 My own dear: I arrived home at 3 o’clock. Left Sidney about 10; then I stopped and gassed a little with Marius Hansen, where he is beginning to build his new place just north of Nels Nelsons. Well … Continue reading

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