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1944 June

Binns, Margaret

Note from Margaret Binns for Joseph Langland

England - Kind note left by Mrs. Binns offering hot water, a radio, and meal.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 Nov. 16

Engel, Paul

Letter from Paul Engle to Clara M. Langland

Iowa City {Iowa} - Grateful that Clara sent the poem [on Harold Langland's death]

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 July 30

Gill, W. H.

Letter from W. H. Hill to Clara E. Langland

San Francisco (Calif.) - Providing information on the death of Clara's son, Harold D. Langland, killed in action on Luzon, Philippines.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 July 30

Goslin, Sidney F.

Letter from Sidney F. Goslin to Clara M. Langland

Luzon, Philippines - Condolences on the death of Harold D. Langland, killed in action in the Philippines, with details on his last days and death.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 July 31

Goslin, Sidney F.

Letters from Sidney F. Goslin, Thomas E. LaSalle, Frank Kenyon, and Richard Jensen to Clara M. Langland

Northern Luzon, Philippines - Copies of condolence letters on the death of Harold D. Langland, killed in action in the Philippines, with details on his last days and death.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 Sept. 30

Goslin, Sidney F.

Letter from Sidney F. Goslin to Norma Langland

Luzon, Philippines - Eyewitness account of the death of Harold Langland, killed by friendly fire during the Battle of Luzon.

Joseph Langland Papers

1946 Jan. 5

Holden, Sig

Letter from Sig Holden to Judith G. Wood Langland

Germany - Glad to have seen Joe and spend time with him.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 June 22

Hollister, Eugene B.

V-mail from Eugene B. Hollister to Clara Langland

San Francisco (Calif.) - Condolences from Chaplain, 128th US Infantry, on death of her son, Harold Langland, killed in action, who was given a "Christian burial with full military honors" at Santa Barbara.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 May 16

Jenei, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Jenei to Joseph Langland

Buchenwald (Germany) - Letter from a journalist interned at Buchenwald. "My profession being a journalist, I was fighting 20 years for Democracy. At last I fought against Nazi terror and Fascism the consequence of it I had a very hard life... I was robbed of all I had. My family was -- as far as I am informed -- murdered by the Nazis. My wife, mother and sisters became victims of Auschwitz Cr... more

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 July 1

Johnson, Elba Julie

Letter from Elba Julie Johnson to Clara E. Langland

Laguna Beach (Calif.) - Condolences on the death of Clara's son, Harold D. Langland, killed in action in the Philippines.

Joseph Langland Papers