Letter to Jane L. Raisin from her husband, Jacob S. Raisin, regarding visiting family, his sister's mourning, a car accident, and writing his article. The back of the letter also includes a note addressed to "Leo" from and unknown author.
Handwritten letter from Jane Lazarus Raisin to husband Jacob Salmon Raisin, ellaborating travel instructions, and asking for updates on conversations with other people such as people named Clara, Isaac and Max. Makes mention of a key enclosed in the letter.
Letter to Jane Levy (Hart) from Mordecai Marks Levy, regarding his hopes to marry her. Levy comments on his beliefs as to why Jane's father will not provide his consent for their marriage, as well as an issue regarding his potential marriage to "cousin Carry."
Letter to Jane L. Raisin from her husband, Jacob S. Raisin, regarding his travels abroad. The letter addresses reading letters from the family, the end of his Mediterranean trip, his upcoming boat trip back to America, and some of his time in France.
Letter to Jane L. Raisin from her husband, Jacob S. Raisin, regarding his time away from home, visiting family, plans to go to Bradley Beach, advice for his sister regarding her son, and translating one of his articles to Yiddish.