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Submitted by Rachel Keiles Park

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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 1/27/2021 3:04 PM
Family Surname: Keiles
Country: Poland
Town: Warsaw
Date of Image: 1934
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Please translate this letter from Mischa Keiles to my grandfather David Keiles in the Bronx; from 1934.

Thank you in advance!
Rachel

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2/1/2021 12:15 PM Dear David!

Since the time you received my last letter nothing new has happened in my life. One day is like another, like two drops of water. It makes one enveloped in despondency. No prospects, none, none and once more none. But chin up, things must surely change in the end.

What's new with you? You must also be doing lots, to make ends meet. How is your health, the wife and kids? I hope that you are in good health, as that is the most important thing. Have you recently received a letter from our sisters and what did they write to you? From the letter that we received from Ester[?-unclear], I am not very pleased, because she writes that they aren't doing well either. Write more often and in detail. For now I send heartfelt greetings to you and yours and I kiss you all. Mischa.

P.S. I send hearty wishes and congratulations to uncle Benny on the occasion of the marriage.
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