SWEITZER, LAUER & GUGGENHEIMER
Importers and Jobbers of
Fancy Groceries, Segars and Tobacco,
No. 50 German Street,
Baltimore, March 30, 1876
Dear Father and dear sister!
I also want to add my warm greetings and I hope that this [letter] will find you in good health like it leaves us, thank God. 8 days ago we gave up our household since it was too far away from Isaac’s store. Since then we are staying at a Jewish restaurant, just a few doors from his business place. I will stay here until May 1 and then I will go home in order to stay for a few months. You will notice the reason very easily, otherwise there is nothing new.
Dear Isaac already wrote everything about the business himself – although he could not do much until now since it takes time like everything else. I hope that the holidays will pass well and I hope to hear from you soon.
This is the wish of your loving daughter and sister Belle S.