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Category: Translation - Yiddish
Approval Date: 7/2/2014 4:04 PM
Family Surname: Celia Adler-Dinah Feinman-Lazar Freed
Country: USA
Date of Image: August 1927
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This letter is two short pages long and was written by Yiddish actress Dinah Feinman to her son-in-law Lazar Freed. I would like a straight translation of both pages if possible. There isn't much here to translate, but the son of Celia Adler and Lazar Freed would like to know what it says. Thanks!

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7/3/2014 6:14 AM Dear friend Mr. Freed
I replied to your first letter. You don't have to be worried about Zelig. He is healthy and happy. I was (visited) him for a whole week. He feels rather satisfied.
He most probably received your writings...
(second page)...because he told me that he received your letter and replied. Next week his mother is travelling to him for the second time. The weather was very hot for a few days but today and yesterday the days and nights are very pleasant.
I have nothing more interesting (to write). Did you already have some good time?
I wish you the best
Your.. Dina Feinman
7/9/2014 2:21 AM The word missing in the last sentence of the letter is "Your MOST DEVOTED Dineh Faynman"
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