|Title||Letter; John Falter; Graphite|
|Description||Graphite handwritten cursive note on white notebook paper. Note is written by John Falter to Dorothy Weaver. The note asks "Dot" for a date and that he'll keep asking until she says yes. Falter writes of resigning class president because the only reason he took the job is because she asked him to. He requests a meeting outside that afternoon to talk it over. Writing o both sides of the paper. Two notebook ream holes are punched on the side. Written on the top right of the front page is "About 1927 or '28".|
|Year Range from||1927|
|Year Range to||1928|
|Artist||Falter, John P.|
|Made||Falter, John P.|
|Place of Origin||USA: Nebraska (Richardson), Falls City|
Ive made up my mind to something I'm just goin to keep on asking you for dates & if I get turned down I cant help it.
Im not going to quit just cause I got turned down the last time my motto is going to be "try! try again"
Ive got a notion to resign as president of the class I just took the job because you wanted me too and now that you turned me down I guess I will. Meet me outside this afternoon maybe if you'll have a talk with me I can get rid of some of my blues
If the reason you cant go with me is that your folks don't like me please tell me. cause if I know the real real honest & true reason I might not have quite so many blues.
There is just on emore thing I ask just let me have one little date just for a try out. Maybe I'm not the kind of a guy you think I am
|Inscription Text||J Falter|
Falter, John Philip, 1910-1982
|Credit line||John P. Falter, Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania|
|Collection||Falter, John P. Collection|