1898 Letters

September 16, 1898 letter to Nancy Brown from Sarah Keith

September 16, 1898 To: Nancy Brown, Kalamazoo, MI From: Sarah Keith and Hannah Towne, Galesburg, MI Sarah writes the first part of the postcard regarding Louese. The doctor said she shouldn’t try to walk for several weeks. Hannah then finishes and says that Sarah is not doing well. When she has to move it makes… Continue reading September 16, 1898 letter to Nancy Brown from Sarah Keith

1898 Letters

September 13, 1898 letter to Nancy Brown from Henry Brown

September 13, 1898 To: Nancy Brown From: Henry Brown, Chicago, IL  Recounts how his photography business is getting along. Isn’t sure how he can come home and is leaving it up to Nancy as to whether she will move to Chicago. Heard from Will Holmes that “Ma had a stroke paralisis.” 1898-09-13 Henry Brown to… Continue reading September 13, 1898 letter to Nancy Brown from Henry Brown

1898 Letters

September 9, 1898 letter to Nancy Brown from Sarah Keith

September 9, 1898 To: Nancy Brown, Kalamazoo, MI From: Sarah Keith, Galesburg, MI Hadn’t heard about Cora’s accident. Yesterday Sarah couldn’t move but was better today. 1898-09-09 Sarah Keith to Nancy Brown Galesburg Sep 9 /98 My Dear Girl Would have [written] to you before, but was out of envelopes. We did not hear about… Continue reading September 9, 1898 letter to Nancy Brown from Sarah Keith

1898 Letters

July 10, 1898 letter to Nancy Brown from Henry Brown

July 10, 1898  To: Nancy Brown From: Hannah Towne Louese apparently was not feeling well and Hannah went to help out. Mildred woke with a stomachache and Dee had to get some medicine and the doctor came twice. 1898-07-10 Hannah Towne to Nancy Brown Sunday Afternoon Evening    July 10 1898 Dear Sister The train was… Continue reading July 10, 1898 letter to Nancy Brown from Henry Brown

1898 Letters

June 27, 1898 letter to Willis Brown from Josephine Curtiss

June 27, 1898     To: Willis Brown, Chicago, IL From: Josephine Curtiss, Sodus, NY Gives an update on her family and also recounts the earlier deaths of Charles and Sidney Allen and how William Tinklepaugh dishonestly took Sidney’s home away from him. 1898-06-27 Josephine Curtiss to Willis Brown SODUS ACADEMY E. Curtiss, A. M., Principal Sodus,… Continue reading June 27, 1898 letter to Willis Brown from Josephine Curtiss