Alfred and Helen TSAI Box 27 Folder 3

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every day the weather is a little bit cold here. How are you since you left here to Andover? I think you must have a busy time, Dear Dr! I think I am going to do my dutues now. Please excuse me can not write some more. When you have time please come to see you. I would like to see you often. Wish you have a wonderful time-Ever Sincerely yours Helen

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[emblem Cockermouth Camp Groton, N.H.] A. Tsai

July ?, 1927

My dear Dr. Stearns,

Thanks for that money you sent to me. I will keep as long as I can. I told Mr. sanborn get a cheap watch for me about $1.50. I don't like [?} my good one in the camp. Sincerely yours Al Tsai

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[emblem Cockermouth Camp Groton, N.H.]

[Rubber stamp Received Jul 11 Answered 7/16/27 File Tsai]

July 11, 1927

My dear Dr. Stearns,

How are you? I have a good time in camp. But I don't like the mosquitoes very well. Also Mr. Slayton teach me English every day. Here I going to ask you for some money. Some times I need a hair cut and stamps and candy too. I think you better send to me. three or four dollars is enough for me the month. Yours sincerely Al Tsai

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