Jennie Berman, who immigrated to America, is concerned here for Sam, her bachelor brother. The date of this letter is 1956.
To all my children:
This is your mother’s last wish. After I am gone, you should always be together and well and happy; and of what is left in money I want you to share and share alike. Florence, Alvin, Julius, Lester, if it is only one dollar you should each get a fourth of it. That is my last wish. And if I go before Sam, you should see to it that he has a place to sleep with something to eat at all times. Please. Then I can rest in peace. That is my last wish, that you all be well and happy. And I give you all my Blessing and Love
This is my last wish.