Valerie Layton

Letter From Max Ertle (12-18-1938)

Year:
1938
Language:
English
Origin:
Netherlands
Keywords:
Max, Ertle, Valerie, Layton, 1938, Letter, Housing, Spare, Room, Lindegard

About The Letter - 

In this letter, Max Ertle writes to Valerie, responding about Valerie's request for a spare room. He offers her a place to stay. The last person she contacted about this, being Mrs. Lindegard, had no spare room to offer.

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Edith G. Letter 12-28-1938  - Transcript

Contents Inside Envelope:

Dr. MAX ERTLE       29 Hoeppnerstr.

      December 18th .38

Dear Miss Layton,

Mrs. Lindegard told us to-day that you want to spend a few days here in January. Unfortunately she has no spare-room herself for the time being, but you might stay with us; if our terms of 61 – RM 7 per day (breakfast and supper incl.) suit you.

My wife has been in the U.S. for a longer time.

Yours truly

Dr. Max Ertle

Envelope Exterior:

FRONT

BERLIN S.W.11

19.12.38-2

ap

MISS VALERIE LAYTON

4 ATNEY RD

PUTNEY

LONDON, S.W.15

ENGLAND

 

BACK

ERTLE BERLIN-TEMPELHOF, HOEPPNER STR. 29