Letter to Bella Armstrong from Mother


Description
Isabel Armstrong
, Recipient
Media Type:
Text
Item Type:
Correspondence
Description:
A letter (with an envelope) to Bella Armstrong from her mother. Dated: Sept. 14, 1900.
The envelope measures 12 x 9cm. The papers measure 20 x 13cm.
Notes:
From Armstrong family collection.
Date of Original:
September 14, 1900
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
QC00558
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.16682 Longitude: -79.04957
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
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Full Text
QC00558-01envelope:
Miss Bella Armstrong
Smithville
Ont-

QC00558-02:
Riverside Farm
Sept- 14th 1900
My dear Bella
     Was glad to hear from you, was wondering why you did not- write Lorrier, but. I suppose you can't get to the office. I am not feeling very well but I guess I will be better soon when I can get - a better peel - Mrs Mr Carrie Lorrier the next Tuesday morning, this week - away on Saturday h her father(?) said she would be back Sunday night, but we heard from her yesterday, to the canal(?) - come [word] Saturday so that is just awhile, well your pa Pr coached on I heard that shop + help me as they are to busy, he feels the polaris widely helps wash clothes + work(?) of University

QC00558-03:
but he expects to go tomorrow for sure, it is a wonder that he [word] as long as he has, he is young & immature for Aunt is borne of [word] + Mall has fat [word]. I think your pa will go over to Fursonté(?) with him they surely would. 12 hundred baskets last week but the prices are very low here & [word] over $1 hundred for baskets your pa says we won't have much. We had a terrible horrid [word] Tuesday night the apples are more the the boy he's at the Drummond House is partly down & a cherry tree next & the crab pears

QC00558-04:
it made quick work. The [word] or Coroner [word] but come over ... I wonder if it was as bad up your every to stay or is firm but cold your father & boy are passing peaches to can lots on this ground to your gut. acquainted with the [Unfinished]
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Letter to Bella Armstrong from Mother


A letter (with an envelope) to Bella Armstrong from her mother. Dated: Sept. 14, 1900.
The envelope measures 12 x 9cm. The papers measure 20 x 13cm.