May 17, 1903 – Evangeline

Courtesy of Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library/University of Georgia Libraries. Click to enlarge.
Pearl Reed

Homer Jarrett
Exchange Hotel
Union Stockyard, City

2714 Kenwood Ave., City
May 17, 1903

Mr. Jarrett,

Homer I am indeed very sorry that I was not at home Saturday when you came. In looking through “Evangeline”, I found your little missive and was glad to hear that you liked and enjoyed the books. Mother was feeling badly when you were here and is worse now. She was confined to her bed all of today. You need not answer this Homer for it is of no consequence and is not worth spending the time on.

Pearl

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2 thoughts on “May 17, 1903 – Evangeline”

  1. Thank you for linking the video about Evangeline. Most interesting and interesting to know what your forebears were reading and enjoyed.

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