Dear Mrs. meyerowitz,
I had hoped to receive news from Arthur. I expect you have seen him in very good health after his departure from France when he had been hidden such long days.
Please do excuse my bad English. I shall be so glad if you would write to me to have news of him.
He is such a nice young man. I considered him as my son. Poor dear, we were obliged to hide him and I did my best so he could have the most comfort we could offer him. It has been a great trial for him but he was so courageous and a real soldier. I admired him so much you must be so proud.
Dear Mrs. meyerowitz to have such a good soon. Believe me, yours very sincerely.
Rigal – Letter to Mrs. Meyerowitz from Mrs. Rigal – Beaumont-de-lomagne – Jan 21 1945