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Letters from Dotnuva (cont.)




Translated by Sara Mages

  31 July, 1939

Hello Freida and Avraham,

In the past week we received two postcards from you, therefore we'll also write you a postcard. There's nothing new here. We're all safe and sound and enjoying the beautiful sunny days. Right now it is wheat harvest season, and what about you, did you go to a holiday resort?

Today I returned from a wedding in Brdoliski. The brother of Miriam Elkind married the daughter of Frank from Keidainia. I think that in a few days I'll travel to visit Miriam. We also invited her to visit us, but she can't leave the house because her mother will be alone. The married son received a two week vacation and traveled to Planga to the sea.

Mother is thinking of going to ? for two weeks of rest, she might leave the day after tomorrow.

Miriam is in Keidainia today. Pessie is busy today because she's frying the cherries. She's sending her regards. She'll give you cherries when you come to visit us. Father is keeping an eye on the activities. Well, that is all that is happening at home. Mother, father, Pessie and Miriam are sending their best.

Shalom and greetings from my Miriam.
Yours, Moshe


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