This is a historic Letter written from Lula Farver, Wiilie ( William Farver ) her brother. She is around eighteen years old at the Choctaw Girls School in Lyceum Indian Terraitory about 2 miles west from Tuskahoma, Pushmataha county.
Pero Farver, thier father and the Superintentant of the Armstrong Acdemy had three children, William, Lula and Pero Junier, who later became appoint to the Bureau of Indian Afairs in Washington.
Letter received at Caddo Post office 5 pm November 20,1900
months to answer. I have not heard from Mr. Herndon since I wrote to you . I guess every body will quit writing to me, but I am sure if they don't want to they don't have too. I thought from the way you done , you were waiting a long time, so you could write a long letter. But "Bless it all" you didn't say whether you were well or not. I have not been sick
since I wrote to you, it has been right cool.
We are going to have an examination the 21 of this month. You can do as you please with the land.
Uncle Tuck's folks are all well. I thinking about spending X'mas in Goodland.
Bessie G. is well. There are two girls sick
Well as its nearly time for chapel, i will close.
Your loving sister,