Letter from George Potter to my mother, Mary Potter, dated 1 Sept 1934 (a Saturday): By this time in 1934, Mary had finally found a job in St. Louis, MO, after spending 3 years in business school in Tulsa, OK. The job was temporary/provisional but fortunately lasted longer than its original 10 day run.
Any earlier letters (1930-1934) were not preserved, assuming I don't find some in unexpected places in the files. After a year or so farming in Sargent, MO, George is looking to doing something else. That isn't going to happen, though.
|George Potter (1875-1943)|
|Note: the "flappers" are Marjorie and Florence although,|
in the singular, Florence is usually "Flapper" and Elaine "Soph"