After a visit to New Vienna in late July 1963, Kim & Sang [Is Mrs. Kim's name Song or Sang??] send a letter. First page and bottom of last page scanned below, written on stationary of the Cincinnati Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, the return address on the envelope is 911 Clinton Springs Ave., Cincinnati. Transcription follows
Aug. 7, 1963
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Uible
How are you getting along?
I really must write to tell you how much we enjoyed our stay at your house.
You were so very friendly and hospitable that we felt exactly as if we were in our own home. It was such fun especially Sang visiting with you and your children and sharing your warm hospitality. We shall always appreciate your kindness very much for such an enjoyable and unforgetable time. We could never forget all you did for us.
I am very happy to tell you that since we came back home, we are getting along fine and trying to understand each other for everyday life. I really don't mean to upset Sang so much but she was somehow hurt herself and, she was quite unhappy about everything. Now everything is allright. Start all over again. We didn't discussed with anybody, just ourselves talk over everything and finally came through and seems to me settled.
Thank you so much that you gave us a lot of valuable advice and courage and affection. We are sorry again we gave to you some worry and trouble. Please forgive us. No doubt. It was will of God which gave us some temptation I believe. Please pray for us and give us continuous advice & love.
We are looking forward to the day when we'll see you soon again. May God richly bless all of you, and I send you our best regards, for the health and best wishes to all family. Hello to Mr. Horton's family.
As we told you before, Sang brought from Korea some gift for you which Korean Tray. It's not very good but I wish you will like it. We are sending to you today this Tray for our (a little) appreciation.
Cordially yours, Sang & Kyung