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Letter from Reverend Van Gogh to Theo van Gogh
Zundert, 14 February 1882

Reverend van Gogh to Theo

14 February 1881

It is very kind of you that you are willing to assist us a little in those expenses for Vincent. I can assure you that it will not be a negligible relief to us, for the months fly by and every time the necessary sum has to be available. I sent him forty guilders in the beginning of January, twenty guilders on 22 January, thirty-five guilders on 7 February. Yet, it should not get you into any troubles yourself. For the moment he is cared for, but in the beginning of March he will need something again. Does it suit you to take care of it already then, or shall I do it; tell me frankly.


At this time, Vincent was 27 year old
Source:
Reverend Van Gogh. Letter to Theo van Gogh. Written 14 February 1882 in Zundert. Translated by Robert Harrison, edited by Robert Harrison, number .
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