Marquette University and Gesu Church – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Mailed from Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Mrs. George R. Fitzgerald of Chicago, Illinois on December 30, 1911:
Milw. Wis 12/30/11
I’ll aim to write letter tomorrow to 2021. Am doing well.
Planted a bet here at the University O.K. & got the cash in pocket after big debate. Excitement time. Good that I actually know more abt. the sub. than any of the prof. or scholars, whom I meet. Selah!
Thus far in all case where I’ve left a set to exam – the order came.
“Beer to the right of them, beer to the left of them, around, popping and gurgled” etc. etc. Recital of the Charge of the Light Brigade.
P.S. the 2nd request to see a set by ordering, each proved O.K. & I planted 2 & got the “wealth” O.K.
Mailed from Cleveland, Ohio to Miss Beatrice Watson c/o J.L. Hudson Co. Grocery Dept in Detroit, Michigan on October 25, 1911:
Dear B – Was so glad to get your nice long letter to-day. I had a good laugh at part of it. I will write you a letter as soon as I get settle I moved to-day in a lovely place, also got my position in the business & will start Thursday. I am having a fine time too. My new address is Suite 16 – Bellgrave Apt. Wade Park Ave. Remember me to all the girls. I got a card from Miss B – Love, Inez
This picture is very near where I live.
Mailed from Chicago, Illinois to D.K. Stevens, Esq. of Boston, Massachusetts on October 11, 1911:
Wed. Oct. 11-1911
1235 Dearborn Ave.
E. is full of enthusiasm about the A.G.T. and their plans for his work. He says he thinks it is just the kind of work he wants. There are lots of apartment possibilities for us, and we are working hard investigating them. Our furniture is on the way, so we’ve got to get some things settled soon. It’s lots of fun exploring this city, and I think there are ever so many nice things about it. Lots of Love, K.