Saturday, January 14, 2012

November 6, 1901

From: Annie Gleasure, Square, Listowel
To: Frank Gleasure, 82 West Canton St., Boston, Mass

Dear Frank -

I suppose you are anxiously waiting to hear from us, but the days are so short they slip away before we are aware of it. Your last letter was received here on the first day of the races. The first day of the races was very nice, though the second day was a very rainy day. The horses ran very well on both days. Everything is going on as usual here, and the place is but little changed. The Provincial Bank has been knocked in the summertime, and it is being built up again now. There has been a new house built up near the Temperance Hall, and believe they are going to have it for a sort of library or reading room. We still have the meetings in the hall on Wednesdays and on Sundays. Do you have time to go to church any Sunday? It would be very nice if you could. There is to be a sale here in the hall tomorrow and the day after. The weather is very cold and frosty for the past week. We've had no snow here yet. Is there any there yet? Does Miss Reardon or any of them go in to see you? We did not get a letter from them since you were here. I wonder why they don't write. We were very much pleased to receive the papers and the little badges. We got both bundles of papers. I am sending you some papers with this. With best wishes for your success I remain

Yours Affectionately

Annie Gleasure

Write before Christmas.

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