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‘Charles Faulkner (Chicago, Illinois) to Marshie and Gene Faulkner [grandchildren], letter, 27 Oct 1949.’

Charles Faulkner (Chicago, Illinois) to Marshie and Gene Faulkner [grandchildren], letter, 27 Oct 1949.

Charles Faulkner (Chicago, Illinois) to Marshie and Gene Faulkner [grandchildren], letter, 27 Oct 1949.

Transcript:
Letter, page 1
Marshie and Gene Faulkner
Chicago, Ill
Oct. 27- 49
Dear Marshie and Gene
First a few lines to let you known GrandPa is thinking of you as well as Mom and Dad. You now soon will be Halieen. Pumpkin time. Can Gene talk yet. GrandMa were telling me you go to Sunday School. Do you take Gene every Sunday. I’m sure you will. Say a little Prayer for GrandPa. Won’t be long you and Gene

Letter, page 2
2
come and visit GrandMa and GrandPa. Be a good girl and mind Mother. Tak[e] good care Gene. Best wishes to your Friends the Sailor Family. I think the card you sent were real funny. Hope to you all soon. Grand Dad with lots of Love to all the folks.
Charles Faulkner

Cover
Return address: Charles Faulkner
712 Stewart Ave., Chicago, [unreadable], Illinois
Addressed to: Miss Marshie Faulkner
6539 University, Chicago, 37 Illinois [end of envelope ripped]
Postmarked Chicago, Illinois, 26 Oct 1949, 10 p.m.

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