CCC Vol. 2 p. 1 Ann Van Dusen

Campbell Cousins Correspondence

Osceola, Pa.,

March 17, 1924

Dear Cousins:

So much has happened since I received your letters last fall that I hardly know what to write.

We are having severe March weather after so mild a winter.

I am quite well again and am staying in my own home.

We have a fine Presbyterian minister here now and I get out to church every Sunday.

I wish all of my Cousins could come and see me.

I have twenty maple trees on my lot. My grandboy1 and I are going to make sugar and if you were all here, I surely would treat you.

I think we ought to congratulate Will, also ourselves, for our willing helpers who are going to continue our Correspondence Club. I enjoy the letters very much. Four of the first cousins live in Osceola. In Nelson, the old home town, very few of the cousins are left.

Our next Campbell Re-union and Cousins Dinner are coming before our next Letters and I hope to be able to attend both gatherings this year and meet as many of you as can possibly attend.

With love to all,

COUSIN ANN VANDUSEN.

1. Probably Hugh Van Dusen - wbt


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