Postcard to Poline from Aron May 3, 1914 A
Postcard from Aron to Poline May 3, 1914
March 8, 2018
Letter to Poline from Aron May 1, 1914 envelope A
Letter from Aron to Poline May 1, 1914
May 1, 1914

Postcard from Aron to Poline May 2, 1914

Postcard to Poline from Aron May 2, 1914 A

Postcard to Poline from Aron
May 2, 1914
Kishinev to Paris
Rue Vieille du Temple 41

Friday the 2nd of May, 1914

I greet you, my dear soul. I just received your card. I am sending this card to you, and I want you to calm down. Please calm down, for God’s sake. Everything is wonderful here. Everything is peaceful and well around me. I am free from my service for two days already. I walk and take a rest. I sent a big letter with the details to you yesterday on the big piece of paper, all four pages. Please, I kindly ask you to let me know if you received that. I am really worried because of that card I received from you and the thing that you are worried about me. If I didn’t write letters those days, it’s because I had some obstacles. I am getting ready to leave, but the delays and obstacles are on each step I make. When I go straight I will receive everything what belongs to me. One more time I would like you to calm down, my dear soul. I will write letters to you every day. Please stay happy. Your Aron. Please write if you received that big letter from me. Comrade and Uncle Ooch is kissing you and please send the letter to the new address until I see you.

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