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Postcard from Tsillie to Pauline July 14, 1918

Postcard to Pauline from Tsillie July 14, 1918 A

Postcard to Pauline
Pauline
From Tsillie, in Odessa [?]
[Note: was a civil war in Russia in 1918]
Mr. Goldberg
For Pauline
135th Street 617E
Bronx, New York America

July 14, 1918

Polinka –

You are going to receive a greeting from Orzhohovsky’s sister Julia, married name Lamberin.  She is a good friend of mine. Because of the war, she was staying here, but now she’s left home for America. I couldn’t find in a hurry what to send to you However, there is not much to send you from Kishinev to New York. I don’t know how I can surprise you Americans, and I try to find something, but I can’t afford anything expensive. That is why I am sending two cheap things: perfume and a small painted box  [for jewelry?] with a picture of Nicoli Nicoleivich. You are patriotic after all. Please choose what you like and give the rest give to Julia – if you like all, that’s fine. Mishinka got injured and they are going to remove two fingers. I kiss you. Tsillie

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