July 2, 1901 letter to Sarah Keith from Edna Clark

July 2, 1901

To: Sarah Keith, Galesburg, MI

From: Edna Clark, Jackson, MI

Edna is writing a thank you note to her great-grandmother.

Scan of 1901-07-02 Edna Clark to Sarah Keith

218 Grove Ave
Jackson, Mich.

July 2, 1901.

Dear Grandma and All:-

First, I want to thank Grandma for the very nice letter you wrote me and then I wish to thank you all for the present which was enclosed.

I recieved a great many and some very nice presents. I cannot write all that I got but will mention a few. There were ninteen books, right solid silver spoons, three cups and causers, five handkerchiefs, a beautiful toilet set from Grandma Skinner[1], a silver thimbal from Grandma Youngs[2] and many other things. I would like to come to Galesburg to see you all and then I can tell you more about it.

Lovingly

Edna[3]

Your Great-Grand-daughter
And Grand-neice

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[1] Lois (Keith) Clark Skinner, her paternal grandmother. Lois was Sarah’s step-daughter

[2] Rhoda (Wood) Youngs, her maternal grandmother

[3] Edna Clark was the daughter of Charles Clark, Lois’ son by her first husband, Byron Clark