|Collection||Elsworth Brown Collection|
a) Letter addressed to Elsworth Brown at 624 Barton Ave. North Chattanooga, TN. From G.W. Brown.
b) The letter from Elsworth's father, George. It is still winter in Northwest Ohio, but George says that he and Jennie are in good health. He did manage to whack himself while chopping wood, but besides seeing some stars and not being able to shave for a few days, he said that he would be fine. George also talks about stocking wood, coal, and food for the animals at the farm - enough to last until May. It was bitterly cold the week that George wrote to Elsworth, mostly due to the high winds, which he writes about. He also tells Elsworth that his taxes were up $4.00 from the previous year.
|Dates of Creation||January 14, 1942|
|Extent of Description||
a) 6.25'' x 3.50''
b) 7.25'' x 10.75''