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Catalog Number 2002.51.33
Object Name Letter
Accession number 2002.51
Description Letter to C.M. Cook from his son Albert. Found in the diary of C.M. Cook./
My Dearest Daddy Wish you were home to-night I guess you are studying now. Did you get my card? I like to go to school I am getting along fine I like Miss Butler. Mr. Pryor gave Charlie a nice watermellon to-night it was all he could carry home he is sure good to us boys. We boys take turn about sleeping with Mama this is Charlies night. Mr. and Mrs. Leux are so good to Mama he is sending your suitcase you should write them a line sometime Millers are always asking about you send best regards to you. We have a fine car in our garage sure a beauty. I must go to bed now a good night kiss and a big hug your little boy Albert Cook X
Date n.d
People Cook, Albert
Subjects World War I
Letters (Home)
Children reading & writing