|Title:||Edna [?], to Annie Weir, [?]|
|Collection||Irish Emigration Database|
|Origin||Southfield, Michigan, USA|
|Destination||prob. Pontiac, Michigan, USA|
|Source||Copyright Retained by Mrs Linda Weir, Tirmacspird, Lack, Co Fermanagh, BT93 OSA|
|Archive||The Ulster American Folk Park|
|Log||Document added by LT, 10:09:99.|
|Transcript||Southfield, May 16, 1888|
I have got tired of waiting
for you to write so I [thought?]
I would write to you. I suppose you
do not have very much time to write
do you? How are you getting along.
I did expect to here [hear?] from you
We are all well except [Ma?]
she is never very well you know [---?] [---?]
You know that lace you learned me? well
I have got three yards done but I got
three yards done but I got pretty sick
of it I can tell you. I am going to
put it on white skirts I have got another
pretty pattern called the Wheell [Wheel?]
lace I have just got one rollop done.
Mr McFall and his respectable family have
moved to Chicago.
I have got acquainted with Mr Moore's folks
and like them very much. Mattie is coming
over to learn to make that lace.
We had a nice raine [rain?] to day and may
Heaven be thanked for we needed it very
The [They?] have just got five schollars [Scholars?]
now Mr Hanna's little girl has got the scarlet
I have got my white dress partly made for
summer it is enforced almost to the top.
I am going to have it made with a [blouse?]
waist and ties behind and plain skirt.
Now Annie I hope you will write to me
Good by as I can think of you more Just now.
I am ever your truest Well wisher
I send my best wishes
On a summer card
Because no winter
Chills my warm regard