4505 Columbia Ave.
May 7, 1926.
My Dear Mother Lewis,
It was not my intention to wait until Mothers’ Day to write to you. I always have the feeling that Ina writes for both of us and that letters addressed to either of us belong to both of us. I know that Ina must have told you that both of us are happy. I want you to know that I am as happy and as proud of my wife as one could be. Some one frequently compliments her to me, and I know that I am not the only one who knows how lucky I was to get such a wonderful girl. When I think of all her good qualities, and all of hers are good, I realize that most of the credit is yours.
Hoping that Mothers’ Day will be a bright one for you, and with love, I am,
P.S. by Mama,
Yes it was terrible about the A&M boy. Tell Lois to be careful how she encourages Bert, and you and Lucille do be careful about the Bus Driver.