Letter from Ernest Hemingway to his mother, Grace Hall Hemingway, postmarked January 6, 1930. Includes envelope addressed to Mrs. Grace Hall Hemingway, 600 North Kenilworth Avenue, Oak Park, Illinois, Etats Unis. Text of letter reads: "Dear Mother: Enclosed checks for Jan. and Feb -- am sorry not to have sent checks before -- but have been sick; worried by leaving, packing and many things -- am arranging trust fund to start in April -- hope to get fixed up by warm climate of Key West, exercise etc. Haven't been able to write since Nov. Hope you are all fine and Sunny on the mend again -- write me care Chas. Scribner's Sons -- S. Ave. at 48th Street -- N.Y.C. Wish you could sell the house -- George R. Hemingway should be forced to take it. Best Happy New Year to you all -- we sail by various ports Jan. 10th for Key West. Love to all the family, Ernie."