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1942 June 17

Langland, Judy G. Wood

Letter from Judy G. Wood Langland to Joseph Langland

Hanover (Mass.) - Mother is seriously ill, though how seriously they do not yet know. Having never visited the midwest, she is surprised she feels so at home with Joe, more than with anyone she has met in New England. Her unremarkable New England family tree with deep roots in Cohasset; mother's Mayflower roots in Elder Brewster and Miles Standish; romantic tales of family. Her own nucle... more

Joseph Langland Papers

1943 Dec.

Langland, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Langland to Judith G. Wood Langland

Fort Custer (Mich.) - Advises Judy stay on the farm until he knows his assignment: hopes he can be assigned to Norway.

Joseph Langland Papers

1946 Jan. 14

Langland, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Langland to Judith G. Wood Langland

Munich (Germany) - Inspected ski lodge at Bayrischyell, a former SS ski lodge under Hitler.

Joseph Langland Papers

1943 June 19

Langland, Judy G. Wood

Letter from Judy G. Wood Langland to Joseph Langland

Weymouth Heights (Mass.) - Wedding preparations; wedding rung still not received.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 May 10

Langland, Harold D.

Letter from Harold D. Langland to Clara M. Langland

Philippines - Has not written because they are busy. Family. Has learned of the war's end in Europe and looks forward to the chance to "clean out the Japs."

Joseph Langland Papers

1942 Aug. 1

Langland, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Langland to Judith G. Wood Langland

Camp Swift (Tex.) - Sweating out in training. Somewhat enjoys KP duty since others complain so much about it.

Joseph Langland Papers

1942 Aug. 12

Langland, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Langland to Judith G. Wood Langland

Camp Swift (Tex.) - Sorrow on hearing news of the death of Judy's mother. Looks forward to Judy's visit to Texas.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 May 13

Langland, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Langland to Harold Langland

Germany - Mother's Day, and American holiday. Visit to Bad Berks resort, saw three American nurses while GIs are not allowed to speak to women; boys with a radio started dancing.

Joseph Langland Papers

1942 Aug. 1

Langland, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Langland to Judith G. Wood Langland

Camp Swift (Tex.) - Was one of six men of about 100 called in for an interview to get into a "crack demonstration squad;" scored highest of all on the tests. Will be going to a dance with Austin girls, but finds it "not too cheering" to go with strangers.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 Apr. 29

Langland, Clara M.

V-mail from Clara M. Langland to Harold D. Langland

Spring Grove (Minn.) - Lazy day. Walter won several ribbons for track and field.

Joseph Langland Papers