Gallery view

1946 Mar. 4

Langland, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Langland to Judith G. Wood Langland

Le Havre (France) - Has been re-reading Masefield's The Everlasting Mercy and Beer's Mrs Egg. Army life is over; will have 63-75 days to spend in the Army after return.

Joseph Langland Papers

1944 July 21

Langland, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Langland to Judith G. Wood Langland

England - Would like a box of Fannie Farmer chocolates.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 Dec.

Langland, Joseph

Bavarian Winter: 3rd Mil. Gov't Regt. Headquarters in right background

Augsburg (Germany) - Christmas card printed in blue, designed by Joseph Langland for use at the 3rd Military Government Headquarters, 1945.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 July

Langland, Joseph

Mike, Arc de Triomphe

Paris (France) - Mike Langland, standing in front the of Arc de Triomphe, other American soldiers milling about.

Joseph Langland Papers

1943 Feb.

Langland, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Langland to Judith G. Wood Langland

Fort Benning (Ga.) - Busy times as the training comes near to an end.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945

Huber

Innsbruck: Maria Theresiastrasse Annasaule, Hungerburg, Nordkette

Innsbruck (Austria) - Commercial view of Plaza in Innsbruck with alps.

Joseph Langland Papers

1942 Sept. 26

Langland, Judy G. Wood

Letter from Judy G. Wood Langland to Joseph Langland

Weymouth Heights (Mass.) - "Twenty seven seems a fine age to begin today."

Joseph Langland Papers

1942 Nov. 10

Langland, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Langland to Judith G. Wood Langland

Columbus (Ga.) - Arrived at Fort Benning, a picturesque spot.

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1943 June 21

Langland, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Langland to Judith G. Wood Langland

Camp Wolters (Tex.) - Leave tomorrow; has seven full days to get back to Camp Wolters after their wedding. 23 mile march with full field equipment.

Joseph Langland Papers

1944 Jan.

Langland, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Langland to Judith G. Wood Langland

Fort Custer (Mich.) - Training schedule for the week. Latest rumors have 19 or 76 members of the class going on the J schools, the rest go to Chenango to go across immediately or to take a language course.

Joseph Langland Papers