Postcard to Poline from Aron
March 19, 1914
Woman in boat with parasol, swans
Kishinev to Paris
Rue Vieille du Temple 41
[On the front:] How tiring it is to wait.
Wednesday 19/1 March
I greet you Aunt Polya. I wish you health, my dear friend. I was expecting a letter from you yesterday, but nothing. Wrong feelings. Because of that my condition is down. I can’t understand why you are writing so seldom. And you need to know, my friend, one thing. Within this time of your absence, I have been suffering one thing. As soon as I dropped the letter at this very moment, I want to get an answer from you. And you respond too late. Why is that? As you want, I am writing to you every day cards or letters. Please get well. You seem to be busy because of the Easter time. All the best, Uncle Ooch