April 14, 1920 letter to Nancy Brown from Louese Harris

April 14, 1920

To: Nancy Brown, Chicago, IL

From: Louese Harris, Shelbyville, MI

Hannah’s health is still a concern and Louese isn’t able to help as much as she wants as she is still recovering from the flu. Mildred is playing some new records and they confuse her. They are so jazzy that she can’t think of what she wants to write. Jim Milham will be buried Sunday. His sister Stella is confined to bed and unable to attend so his sister Mary will have to go alone. Both of their husbands are also sick.  

This letter was originally posted to the Letters From the 1920s blog and can be read here.


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