From: Mai Gleasure, Listowel, Square
To: Frank Gleasure, 4 Franklin St., Allston, Mass, U.S.A.
My dearest Frank,
Just a line hoping it will find you enjoying health as it leaves us all at present. We have fairly here now what kind have ye over there.
I got a letter from Mrs Morris not long since I suppose you hear from her very often. I sent her a present for Xmas a few days ago I also sent you a small token yesterday and I hope you will get it all right, I did not send you those Listowel views yet for I have a few present to give and I have not much cash but you will get them before the New Year. I got the making's of two silk blouses already for Xmas.
We are very busy in the Shop now preparing all the Christmas goods. There was a daughter of Robert Gleasure in Tullig died since I wrote to you last she was a nun down in the Co Wexford. she was a nun only five weeks exactly the day she died.
Tom Parkinson has left the polie force and is at home now he has brought a pension with him. Paddy Dillon is at home also for his holidays I don't think I have any more to say so I will close Hoping you will write very soon. Wishing you a very Happy Xmas and a Bright prosperous New Year
Your loving sister
Annie and George ask to be remembered to you.