|Title||Note; John Falter; Graphite|
Graphite handwritten cursive note on white scrap paper. Note is written by John Falter to Dorothy Weaver. The note, titled "Dear Dot" asks to be friends rather than enemies. At the bottom of the paper a swastika is drawn. On the back of the paper, "Dorothy Weaver" is written.
|Year Range from||1927|
|Year Range to||1928|
|Artist||Falter, John P.|
|Made||Falter, John P.|
|Place of Origin||USA: Nebraska (Richardson), Falls City|
Some one told me something you said about me. I'm not sure its true or note. I hope it isn't. Although I have another girl now that understands me lets be good friends at least and not just try to be enemies. Lifes too short to mad all the time.
|Inscription Text||John F.|
Falter, John Philip, 1910-1982
|Credit line||John P. Falter, Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania|
|Collection||Falter, John P. Collection|