|Collection||Elsworth Brown Collection|
a) Envelope addressed to Elsworth Brown at Barton Avenue from his father, G.W. Brown.
b) Letter to Elsworth from his father, George Brown. George talk about the weather - how muddy everything is. He tells Elsworth about receiving the medicine he sent and what he had been taking before. He is unable to rest well - breathing is difficult when he sleeps.He praises the lord for the life he has been able to live.He mentions World War II at the end of the letter, how he wishes it would end.
c) A separate note in which George tells Elsworth that he wants him to have the property, probably the one in Chattanooga, and that he should look up the correct legal procedure for doing so, with haste.
|Dates of Creation||March 24, 1944|
|Extent of Description||
a) 7.50'' x 4.00''
b) 8.50'' x 11.00''
c) 8.50'' x 11.00''