Sunday, August 20, 2017

13 September 1904 Letter from Robert H. Wilson to Orpha May Spencer

This letter was written by Robert Wilson in Chicago, and was sent to Orpha Spencer in St. Louis.  Click here to see other items that relate to Chicago, Ill.  Click here to see other items that relate to St. Louis, MO.  Click here to see the full collection of items Orpha saved.

Miss Orpha Spencer
6158 Ella Ave
St Louis

             Sept 13 04
My Dear Sweete heart
You dont Know how
glad i will be when
i dont have to wright
letters aney moor
it seams as if i
wright the same
thing over & over a
gain it is hard
work for me to
wright Every Day
but Dearest i dont
minde it so mutch
Knowing you get so

mutch pleasure out
of them i Enjoy
your letters Everry
one of them i would
be lost with out
them i never wrote
so many letters in
Sutch a short space
of time i am
glad our letter
wrighting in near
an End Uncle Sams
Recipts will fall off
considerable you say
in your letter that
it is coald in
St Louis well it
is like winter hear at
this time Dearest i

am glad to hear you
Say or at least to
Know that you are
fealing better i
am as well as
i can be no caus
to complain Boils
all gon.  i Should
think your Sister
would wright you
and let you know
if she intended
Coming to the
fair and not keepe
you all in suspense
i hope She will
waite untill i
Come then i can
get to see her

Sweete heart yesterday
was coald dreary
and lonesome Day
i did not have
mutch work to do
the Day drages
when i dont have
mutch to do.  Dearest
i will close for
this time hoping
this letter will finde
you enjoying good
health Sweete heart i
will have a big lot
of hugs & kisse for you
when i come Your Bob

I sapose
this is what
i look like
in my
Panama Hat

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