TL. 4pg. 8 ½” x 11”. February 2, 1925. No place. A typed letter from Elise to Lee about routine life matters. There is one unusual paragraph: “Were you treated to any farting matches? She is very free on that score. No matter who is around she is on the job and can fart fast enough to knock you over. She thinks because she does not hear it herself that no one else does, but she sure is a cracker jack when it comes to that line of business.” The letter has three mailing folds and the last page has some loss that affects a few lines. Most unusual content!

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