Postcard to Miss Pauline from Tsillie
February 10, 1915
From Kishinev to Mr. Goldberg, 617 E 135th Street, Bronx, New York
My God, what can we know if it takes seven weeks for the letters to arrive. Please tell me what Rozichka and Aunt Luba are doing. There is no news from Orzhahovskyi for three months now. The same from Boris. Many people left the workshop for the war. Some of the workers went to the war again. Shika made some shoes for himself and he says these are my days yet. As usual, he is fooling around, but he was very happy that you are asking about them. He and Fanya are sending greetings to you, and Lisichka says Aunt Polya went somewhere and uncle Misya went to kill the Germans. She remembers you very well, what you did with her and to her. But that’s enough for today. I wish you all the best, Polinka, a cute boy. Be healthy. I kiss you. Yours, Tsillie.