Daily Archives: September 9, 2013

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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Letters to Rosebud: October 13, 1925

October 13, 1925 Dear Edith. I just came home from the field well soaked, so I will write you a little till the sun comes out, if it does. Sunday night I came home just as the clock the struck … Continue reading

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