University of Virginia Historical Collections at the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library

Nurse Ruth Beery: Correspondence with Next of Kin (Letter 45)

Cheyenne Wyo.
April 7. 1946.

Dearest Friend:
I certainly want
to tell you how much I
apperecate [appreciate] the letter you
sent my daughter Mrs Warren
you nore [nor] no one else
will ever know what a
dark spot is left in my
heart of that dear boy losing
his life over there.
He was only a son in law
but a very near and dear
son to me.
His leaving sure has
cause [caused] us many a sorrow
and will for ever.
And my dear child was

you with him when
he left this world
or not. I only wish I
could have been with
His wife is married again
but shes not happy for
no one can ever take that
Boy or Robert D. Warren
I most certainly appericate [appreciate]
your letter and wish that
I could only talk to you
instead of writting [writing].
It was a yr ago
March 6 he died.
I will close hoping you
will write again to us.

Mrs Kroll
1020 E s0 St.
Cheyenne Wyo.

[envelope marked "ans"]

Box/Folder: 33/048

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