1873 Letters · Crawford Family

March 10, 1873 letter to Sarah Keith from Henry Crawford

March 10, 1873

To:  Sarah Keith

From: Henry Crawford, Mishawaka, IN

Left the railroad shop because he is not able to work. He’s now working in Mishawaka, but doesn’t know how long he will stay there. Wagon making is heavy work for him. He did not let mother know as he did not want to make her uneasy. Virginia’s health has been very good this winter, the baby is hearty and stout. He has been walking some four months and can say almost any thing they tell him. Virginia is at LaPorte.

This letter was originally posted to the Crawford/Comfort Family Letters and can be viewed here.



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