October 23, 1945.
Dear Sister of t’Jin,
We promised t’Jin to write you a letter, and I do it with pleasure. The first time, we saw t’Jin in the U.N.N.R.A. Camp, in Nijmegen. She has often been in our home and it was very sociable to be with her. We got a packet with dresses from her, it was very nice, because we did not get any thing when the german were here. We are very thankful. We have been gone out with her too. To the motor races, it was very nice, and every evening we went with her for a walk. t’Jin told us when she moved, she would go to Germany. Have you already got her address, have not you? Will you send it us, than we can write her a letter.
We are with 6 persons at home. Father, Mother, 3 little brothers and me.
Now I finish my letter with the best greeting from my parents and my brothers, and the best love from me.
Hatertseweg 737, Nijmegen (Holland)