Isaiah George Letter - In His Own Hand
In the midst of the Great Depression, a father writes to his children who were attending a Bible conference in the Poconos. This previously undiscovered letter, written in Isaiah George's own hand, is dated August 11, 1933. It is a fascinating artifact of our heritage and an insight into Isaiah's warmth and personality.
Howard Landon found the letter while helping Florence get organized. It was hidden among many shopping bags worth of various types of paperwork. The letter is in great condition and is on Isaiah's business stationary. The envelope is posted with a three cent first class stamp!
In the letter, Isaiah discusses finding ways to fund Florence's attendance at Drexel. He closes by saying, "I remain, your loving father. Isaiah George"
Click on the picture of the envelope to see the original letter.