|Collection||Elsworth Brown Collection|
a) Envelope addressed to Elsworth Brown in Chattanooga from his father, George W. Brown.
b) George talks about Jennie having dinner with DeWhitt and Grace brown that evening and that the winter is become mild. He thanks Elsworth for the money he sent North, but says he should have kept it for things on his end since he is meeting his expenses and can afford the essentials. He talks about milk, eggs, and butter being cheap and hopes that the prices will rise soon. He has to pay taxes and will be making the rest of the money stretch through Winter.
|Dates of Creation||December 30, 1930|
|Extent of Description||
a) 6.25'' x 3.50''
b) 8.25'' x 10.50''