Postcard to Pauline from Tsillie
August 13, 1915
From Kishinev to Mr. Reisman, 6396 138 Street, Bronx, New York
Hello Dear Polinka,
Finally, please understand I was tired to wait. Since January I didn’t receive anything. Frankly, maybe you didn’t write at all. Huma is the same way. Polinka, I am too happy to receive this card. Not to scold you because I received it. You are writing that everything is the same, but I need to know what is the same because I only received two letters for all this time. Please write to me what’s with you. Did you get married? Please and describe everything in details. I know it’s difficult sometimes to write and describe all of the feelings, but please do your best. I will read between the lines. Everything is relatively well here, but we still have some concerns. Shika was freed yesterday for three months, and we haven’t received anything from the children for ten months now.
P.S. The card alone is just to know if my card has arrived. Greetings from Izner. I didn’t deserve more.