Series of Letters from 1941 to 1943 from Herman Shultze
April 26, 1942
Dear Mother and Sister Lisbeth,
Your letter and money that arrived on April 17th was the last letter I received. I hope within the next day I will get another letter from you. I am always happy to hear about your worries and efforts with our little farm. Also, Lisbeth, I am glad to hear about your earnings. You are better off now than if you worked in Dresden. Also, your current employment is much more interesting. Where are greetings from Uncle Paul? How is his property doing?
Many greetings to all of you,