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Letters from Dotnuva (cont.)





Translated by Sara Mages

15th Dec. 1936  

Shalom Frieda,

Right now I am at the consulate together with mother and Bat-Sheva. We are waiting for the consul to sign the papers. I was home for the days of Hanukah and tomorrow I'll travel to Rasayn [Raseiniai]. There is nothing new at home. Everyone is safe and sound and waiting for your letters. I haven't been to Leah yet, when we finish here at the consulate I'll go to her together with mother. You must have received the letter that I wrote you from Rasayn. There's nothing new. I teach and that's it. What about you? How is your relationship with the others? I really want to know about it. Write me to Rasayn.

Be safe and sound.
Yours Moshe


My beloved daughter Frieda,

Currently we are at the consulate, we already finished. Your aunt Bat-Sheva is also here. We are waiting for Leah, she will come from work at 3 and we think of going home at 4.

We don't have any news. Thank God all of us are healthy. Write about yourself and how you're doing. We received your letter and also the postcard, but it took 17 days for the postcard to arrive.

Be well, I hope to hear good news from you.
Wishing you, your mother.
Regards to your uncle and all our friends


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