Mildred seems to be thriving as a seminary student and happy to be sending an update to her parents back in Georgia.
It was written in spurts, with her mentioning that plans changed before it went in the mail. I especially love the writing on the front, something I have done on postcards myself and most of us do digitally now, doodling on pictures that we can send to friends and family in an instant.
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY stands today, still educating those who are called to Christian ministry.
“The campus is really pretty now. Especially, as the leaves are beautiful.”
Fri. night —
Dearest Mother & Daddy,
It is colder here today & looks as though it may rain.
School today was full of duties, etc. Reports must go out next week, so I’ll really be busy doing that tonight, I know.
Sabin[?] is fine & and studying as well. There is no special news from here now. We’re both O.K. & hope you are.
Sat.– We’re going to another church to preach tomorrow – leaving this P.M. & will be back tomorrow P.M. – did not go after all.
Lots of love,
Will write later.
To: Mr. & Mrs. J. E. Orren[?]
Postmark: Louisville, KY – October 22, 1946
Image: Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Louisville, Kentucky