Dear Jack, I'm so sorry I can't write you a letter as well as the rest, but I have not got much money. If I sent you a letter I could not bring you home anything and of course I want to do that. Please will you thank ? and mother from me for their letter and parcels. Now I must close. With love from all to all. I am dear Jack your loving sister Ivy.
Simcoe, August 27th. Dear friend, I suppose you are anxiously awaiting this date in September. My day is almost here. Have been having a glorious time this holiday but did not see Dover as we did last year. But there are other places. Had a great day at Port Stanley. I go to London Monday and start work Tuesday. Have be keeping house for my sister in law for a few days, giving her some holiday. I shall soon be at 15 Emery Street, London. M C M
Berlin. December 22nd 1913. My dear sister and all, Just a few lines to let you know that we will be up wednesday if all is well. Leave on the morning train. Goodbye for now. From Mimmie Sievenpiper. Berlin.
My Dearest May ida hope you will like this many thanks for yours. Enjoyed myself immensely of the Dance not Haley with Bob. Mr malle no more news Im haste. From love having please will soon sister E.M.R.
Dear sister Received letter safe very glad to tell you that are much better now and also very glad to gear that dear man to letter i have hunted the place for Dr. Backston but they done know were he is dear sister i shall send my shirt wool Friday your sister Naomi do send a letter to tell me know how Mamis