Letter from John Van Riper to Alexander Van Riper
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I now take my pen in hand to let you know how that I ageting [a getting] along I am well I received your letter and was glad to hear from you Grandfather and Grandmother has gone to church today if you will write to me I will write to you don’t wait so long as you did before gary goes to school and goes to Sunday school he was down here two weeks ago he was well he lives to Mr. Neases now tell Mary that she has forgot[t]en me tell her that she must [illegible] let me know how she is ageting [a getting] along tell [illegible] that he must learn to write so that he can write to me I wish that you could come out here tell [Abigah?] that he must write to me I don’t think that I can think of anything more so good by[e] your af[f]ectionateJohn Van Riper To Alexander Van R
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Van Riper Family Correspondence
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