I found the letter below in my “Memory Box” and thought it may be of interest. I don’t know why or how I have the letter but am glad I found it. It was sent from Justin Williams, 4235 Silver Hill, Washington, DC. [The transcript is below the image]
July 4, 1960
Hope this letter finds everyone in good health. We are o.k. at present and enjoying some cool summer weather at present.
We decided to stay home this July 4th and by doing that Elizabeth put us to work cleaning house. The School of Hope ended this year’s session and Elizabeth started right in to housecleaning.
Say, I hope you two have decided to come back with us. We are planning on it. I am sure you will enjoy the trip back to Washington by car and then when your visit is over Elizabeth and I will let you take your choice; either fly home or go by train. I’m sure you would like the trip by plane because Mom sure did when she visited us. You can get somebody to help Lloyd while you two take a little vacation. I think you deserve it. (insert by Elizabeth) Mom will you let us know if you think you can come out?)
Will close for this time and, Adolph, you and Therese take good care of yourselves so you can make that trip back to Washington with us.
Will see you in the near future.