230 Alleghany St. City
2700 Kenwood Ave
February 7, 1904
Homer, for the evil thought and words concerning my mother, which you spoke a few weeks ago, I forgive you as I hope to be forgiven of my many sins and faults. My mother does not know anything about it and has often asked why you never visit any more. She shall never learn your terrible thoughts of her . She will always think you one of the most gentle young men in the city, if I can help it.
Pearl D. Reed
2 thoughts on “February 7, 1904 – Evil Thoughts”
That’s really sad. I hope that Homer responded and worked to mend the relationship.
I think he must have because they wrote for another year.
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