June 12, 1939

( 4 documents, 2 translations )

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43 Litchfield Way N.W.11 June 12, 1939

Dear Fritz

If I don’t write in much detail, it is not supposed to be rude. I am just very tired. I work more than I should, but others have to do the same. I have absolutely no solution for your mother if your uncle doesn’t help, to whom I am writing right now as well. For Gret, Suse(?) has to pay a lot, as you probably know, and I have committed to 5/ a week and all clothing, way in the beginning when I received confirmation. By the way, she was accepted without fees so that I thought 5/ a week is not a huge amount for you and ??? together.

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You also wrote to me that mother and Grete should not cost me anything. – Bertha(?) is still training (learning?) ??? and only makes a little money every once in a while. – We would like to insist that Grete learn a trade immediately ??? quickly ??? so that she can support(?) herself soon. – The Austrian travelers(?) were all accepted to the U.S. But for Grete, it seems that a ??? ??? cannot be had. Needless to say, it costs money everywhere. I hope you are ??? ??? ??? ???. ??? is very well and she now has a lot of friends here from her home country. Much love,

Your Aunt Clara