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Postcard from Tsillie to P. B. April 28, 1917

Postcard to PB from Tsillie April 28 1917 A

Postcard to P.B. [Pauline Bookspan] from Tsillie
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From Kishinev to Mr. G. Ehrlich 57 24th Street, New York , America

April 28, 1917

Polinka, my dear. I haven’t read your letters for such a long time, so I am waiting and waiting, but unfortunately I don’t receive anything from you. I know that you write, but probably very little and very seldom and this is an explanation why I have not received anything from you for five months. I haven’t heard anything from Nina and Papa as well. Please write about them and about Rozichka and mostly about yourself, of course. Everything is the same here. It’s a pity that you are not here. There are so many beautiful things I enjoy, but there is no rose without thorns. This is an old proverb, but it doesn’t mean that it is not true. Please give my kiss and hug. Shika gives his hug and kiss to you. He was here for six days and Grisha, poor boy, is sick again. He has bronchitis. Greetings from Goldman. He came back from the war because of typhus. Now he’s healthy. Until yesterday I haven’t seen him for two years. Please be healthy, my dear. My kiss and I will finally wait for your response. Yours, Tsillie

 

 

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