Annie E. L. Hobbs journal  1876
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Collection Scope and Content Note

This collection is made up of 5 letters that Eunice Landers sent to her acquaintances Helen and Charles Boswell of Union County, Oregon, while living in Frankfurt, Germany, in the early 1960s. Landers described aspects of her life in Frankfurt and her travels around Germany and to countries such as Belgium, the Netherlands, and France. She often provided news of David G. Andrews, a United States serviceman, and of "Ginny" and Mary, possibly her daughters. Though primarily personal in nature, her letters contain references to the Soviet Union (August 18, 1961), the Berlin Wall, and John F. Kennedy. She also wrote about military subjects such as promotions and an officer's farewell party.

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