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1945 Feb.

Nash, Herman B., Jr., 1926-2010

Postcard from Herman B. Nash, Jr., to Herman B. Nash, Grace Nash, and John Nash

Chicago (Ill.) - Black and white photo on front postcard features periodic table of the elements installation at the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago. Thanks "Ma, Dad, John" for the package.

Herman B. Nash Papers

1945 Mar. 11

Nash, Herman B., Jr., 1926-2010

Note from Herman B. Nash, Jr., with two-franc note

Chicago (Ill.) - Unaddressed note to parents containing two-franc note, sent from France by Ed Intas, which Nash asks family to store for him. Handwritten on USO stationery.

Herman B. Nash Papers

1945 Feb.

Nash, Herman B., Jr., 1926-2010

Postcard from Herman B. Nash, Jr., to Herman B. Nash and Grace Nash

Chicago (Ill.) - Black and white photograph on front depicts the International House of the University of Chicago. Nash's note points out "the grandeur" of the building that impressed him so much upon arriving at University of Chicago. No address or salutation.

Herman B. Nash Papers

1945 Mar. 11

Nash, Herman B., Jr., 1926-2010

Postcard from Herman B. Nash, Jr., to Herman B. Nash and Grace Nash

Chicago (Ill.) - Color illustration on front depicts Adler Planetarium in Grant Park, Chicago. Nash writes that the planetarium was "Excellent." No address or salutation.

Herman B. Nash Papers

1946 Jan. 9

Nash, Herman B., Jr., 1926-2010

Letter from Herman B. Nash, Jr., to Herman B. Nash and Grace Nash

Chicago (Ill.) - Writes letter to "folks" on typewriter that he received from father. Writes of a friend he made in the hospital while recovering from sprained ankle, Tom Kurokawa from Hawaii, with whom he has Japanese meals and practices his Japanese.

Herman B. Nash Papers

1945 Oct. 29

Nash, Herman B., Jr., 1926-2010

Postcard from Herman B. Nash, Jr., to Herman B. Nash and Grace Nash

Chicago (Ill.) - Color image of blue thistle, or Eryngium alpinum, on the front. On the back, Nash writes of the beauty of flowers. No address or salutation; probably enclosed in a letter to his parents.

Herman B. Nash Papers

1945 Feb. 13

Nash, Herman B., Jr., 1926-2010

Postcard from Herman B. Nash, Jr., to Herman B. Nash, Grace Nash, and John Nash

Chicago (Ill.) - Thanks family for Valentine's card and box of chocolates. Writes about learning Japanese.

Herman B. Nash Papers

1945 Sept. 16

Nash, Herman B., Jr., 1926-2010

Letter from Herman B. Nash, Jr., to Herman B. Nash, Grace Nash, and John Nash

Chicago (Ill.) - Addressed "Dear Ma, Dad, John." Went to four services: Jewish Yom Kippur, Methodist at the Chicago Temple, Buddhist at NCBC, and Bahai at Wilmette, Ill. Having Japanese dinner. Trying as many news things as possible. Handwritten on Elks National Memorial Headquarters Building stationery.

Herman B. Nash Papers

1945 Feb.

Nash, Herman B., Jr., 1926-2010

Postcard from Herman B. Nash, Jr., to Herman B. Nash and Grace Nash

Chicago (Ill.) - Black and white photograph on front depicts Mitchell Tower of the University of Chicago, a "beautiful building" that he hopes to explore more when he finds time. No address or salutation.

Herman B. Nash Papers

1945 Mar. 11

Nash, Herman B., Jr., 1926-2010

Postcard from Herman B. Nash, Jr., to Herman B. Nash and Grace Nash

Chicago (Ill.) - Color illustration on front depicts the bear pit--a group of bears among rocks with some foliage and a small pool of water--at the Chicago Zoological Park in Brookfield. Nash writes that he has not yet seen the bears, lamenting, "I'll never begin to see all the interesting sights here...." No address or salutation.

Herman B. Nash Papers