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This letter from Edna and Bill Heim of Kensington, Kansas, was sent to Clarice Snoddy, a resident of Topeka. The Heims were caring for Snoddy's farm in Smith County and frequently updated her on its condition. Edna, who wrote the letter, was please to announce that they had had half an inch of rain, and Bill had checked on Snoddy's farm to see how the wheat was faring.

Creator: Heim, Edna
Date: May 24, 1937

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This letter works in tandem with other letters from the Heims. It could also be grouped with other documents and images of drought conditions to discuss how farmers' struggled during the drought and dust storms of the 1930s.

KS:11th:2.1:Dust Bowl experiences (2005)

Item Number: 211786
Call Number: Clarice Snoddy Coll. 123, Folder 2
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 211786

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