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Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, March 29, 1896 - excerpts

Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, March 29, 1896 - excerpts

College Hall,
Mch. 29, 1896
My own dear Ones:—...

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Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, March 29, 1896 - excerpts
...Since Friday I haven't been doing much. I was somewhat tired Friday night, so we went to bed early & got up very late. Cousin Mattie started out a little before I did, to hear an art lecture at the Museum of Art, and got back later than I did from Temple ...

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Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, March 29, 1896 - excerpts

...How is Pesach agreeing with you all? I miss it so much. It seemed queer not to have Sedah (how do you spell it?) at all. Uncle Albert & I were planning about having it together in his house in several (?) years. I got a package of matzohs already last week and have already opened them. Is home-

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made jelly yontoftic? I guess you'll laugh at my Hebrew spelling. If you can't make it out, pronounce it as it is spelt, then close your eyes & say it out loud. How do you like matzos, Jan? Are you old enough now to be kosha this year? ...

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Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, March 29, 1896

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