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salenl avec dedain. Les inaltres de elia|)elle. les 
ehantrcs, eouralenl la pi'ovince pour eliercher a sc 
plaeer. Ils allalent eliatjue s )lr deniander Tliospila- 
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on appelall « viearier » eelte maaiere d'aller en 



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Opera en ei.u] actes de ). ÜAUI^IKK et M. CARRK 

Musiciuc de CK. GOUNOD 

Soius' Li ()irL'clion A' M. Henri Bü.sser 



JVlAKni:.. . M"- ALKXANDROVICZ 

S'IEPILIXO LAUTK-BRUN 

(iERinrDE BARDOT 

HOJIEO MM. Paul GOKKIN 

l'liERI: E.ll'KEM IIUBICRTY 

CAPVEET GRKSSK 

MEIUrilO TKISSIK 

LYIUEI G. DIJBOIS 

aRE(;0R10 i:ZANNO 

PARLS GÜNGUKT 

Dtinxi' (an -('" acte) 



Mll.> SCHWARZ 



M. G. RICAUX 



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Opera CM 5 ac(es et | lableaux ile F. Lh^MAIRE 

MusiqiK- de M. Camille SAINT- SAENS 



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S. KIMIKU. MAin.l.KK. ATHACNA. KOI.l.A. 
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BALLET DE PATRIE 

Musiqiie de M E. PALAOU HE 

Son>*/(i (^if'i'i'llo/i (h' AI. Henri Biisscr 

M" Anna Jon NSSON M.Gustave- RICAUX 

Mllcs VALSI. (U'ILLK IN. H DAUWK. 
MIIJIKI. SAUVAC.KAU, S. DAUWK. 
I.KONCK. CKhKON. TKRVOORT. MAU- 
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D^nnQ i /a Chevelure les coloratiuns btondes l^.s plus delicaibd 
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sallo de rOpera, clia(iue Sanicdi vi cIkkiik- Dimaiulic. in 
conccrt sympliDnicpie cn inatiiu'c c\ i.iu- roprcsci^tafion i\u 
ivpcrlolic vn solrcc. 

L'ortliestrc Pasdcloup donncia cgak-nK-nt \c jcudi. cn 
matineo. dos coi.tcrts doiU les proi-iainmes . etahlis d'accord 
avec la direclion de lOpera, retraceront riiisl(»;re de la 
nuisKjue dramati(]iie en Frar.ce. 



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d un hllU'l ilr passago des Coinpagnlcs Sn<^- ^ Uliin- 
/i\/iit' ou i/.'(ir(/rn/:*- /u'inn-r, conjoiiilcFiicnt nwc un 
bilU'l de cluMiiiu de \cv pouv Boi'dcaux, li'S hagagcs 
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bourg d'aprös les projets de M. de Wailly. La sali« qui conteiiail 
1.913 places «tait alors la plus grande de Paris. D'heureuses 
innovatioris contribuirent peu k peu i son einbellissement. C'est 
ainsi qu'en 1784 l'Odeon fut la premier th^Atre iclaire par des 
lampcs appelAes « quinquels ». II porla tout d'abord le titre de 
THEATRE FRANCAIS. puii en 1790, cclui de THEATRE DE 
LA NATION, et en*1799. celui d'ODEON. Detruit celte ann4e-lä 
par Uli iiicendi«, il ne fut rebÄti compUtement qu'en 1807 par 
Chalgrin II pril ä celte cpoquc; soui la direclion de Picard, 
auleur dramalique, le titre de THEATRE DE LTMPERATRICE. 
Ell 1818, nouvel incendic. L'Odeon renait une stconde fois de 
sei cendres sous lei auipices de M. Baragucy'. architccte. Depuis 
lors de iionibreux dirccteurs y connurent de. fortunas diverses : 
Harel, d'Espagny, Lireux, Bocage, Vizentini, de la Rounat, d« 
Chilly. Duquesnel, Porel, Marck et Desbeaux. Ginisty, Anloiiie. 
fur«nt tour a tour charges des destinces odeonniennes. 

En 1914, M. Paul Gavault est appele ä recueillir U succession 
de M. Antoine et, dös son entri« en fonctions, il t'applique ä 
delrulre la legende dun Odeon difficilement exploilable. Malgri 
les periodes difficiles et parfois tragiques traversdes pendanl la 
gucrrc, le vieux th^Ätr« connait les beaux jours dt luccöi devant 
un public de plus en plus nombreux. Repertoire moderne, r*per- 
toire classique, enrichis par M. Gavault de tant de chef-d'oeuvrc 
laiss«^$ dans l'oubli. ont mainteiiant leurs fidöles, et c'eit dam un 
sourire de quiitude parfaile que l'Odeon a ciUbr6 ton cenle- 
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scene est au chateau d'Aguas Fresca, pres de Sevilla, 
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reuscment par le mariage de Suzanne et de Figaro et 
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ilnal, bouquct de ce brillant Icu d'artifice. 

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et on y voit, pour Li premiere lois, la delicieuse figure 
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regards de sa belle marraine, et Famusanle silhouctte 
du jugc Brid'oison. Mais l'intcret prIncipal de cette 
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Dein Sohn war ges lern ^ abend ein grosser Erfolg. - Er war wirklich 

sehr gut - das Theatet war ueberfuellt, die ganze Familie Davis, Underwood, 

Mrs, Coolidge etc. Alle gratulierten mir. FÄrs. Larkin hat dem Immanuel eine 
rote Blume geschickt.- - Heute blieb er zu Hause. Ich bin eigentlich beunruhigt 

darueber, er war um acht Uhr bereits auf und geht jetzt mit %s. Davis Sohn 

- der auch nicht in die Schule gegangen ist - um sich den rourder trial in^ 
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Women's Civilian 
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Graduates Fit'ty 

Ueceive ^Certificate^ from 
H. A. Meyerlioff, Ke- 
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gion No. 2. First Aid In- 
structors' Certificate^ 
Also Giveii 

Fifty graduates of the Women's 
Civilian Defense school were giv- 
en certificates by Prof. Howard 
A. Meyerhoff, director of region 
No. 2, Massachusetts Committee 
on Public Safety, at ceremonies 
held last night in the old high 
school auditorium. Atty. Edward 
L. O'Brien, chairman of the 
Northampton Committee on Pub- 
lic Safety, presided. 

First aid certificates were pre- 
sented by Dana J. Lowd, chair- 
man of the Hampshire county 
chapter of the Red Gross. 

Seated on the platform at the 
graduation exercises were: Mrs. 
R. B. Parmenter of Amherst, 
women's director of district two; 
Franklin King, Jr., of this city, 
Chief air raid warden, and in- 
structors of the civilian defense 
classes, Capt. Merle Pike of East- 
hampton, who was in Charge of 
warden's work; Capt. Isabel Fair- 
hurst of Greenfield, Mrs. Olive 
Schoonmaker of Ware and John 
Charlebois of thls city, instrr.c- 
tors in motor transport ; Mrs. 
Howard A. Meyerhoff and Miss 
Isabel McCobb, canteen: Lieut. 
William C. Finn, military drill, 
and Mrs. Geneva Rockford of 
this city and Fire Chief Harold 
E. Warner of Amherst, Red Gross 
first aid instructors. 

Mrs. Merrill E. Torrey of this 
city led the singing and the hall 
was decorated with the Ameri- 
can, State and Red Gross flags. 

Mrs. Mary P. Bailey Is chair- 
man of the women's civilian de- 
fense committee. Her asslstants 
are: Miss Dorothy Ainsworth, 
Helene Blanchet, Annetta Clark, 
Margaret Clifford, Mrs. Joseph 
Colllns, Mrs. Philip Fox, Mrs. 
Edward Gore, Clara Hudson, 
Mrs. Edwin H. LaMontagne, Mrs. 
David Lipshires, Mrs. Joseph Lo- 
coco, Mrs. Thomas McConnell, 
Mrs. Howard Meyerhoff, Mrs. 
John Organ, Miss Hazel Ross, 
Dr. K. France« Scott, Nancy 
Trow, Esther Suprenant and 
Caroline Wright. 

The graduates who received 
certificates are: 

Mobile canteen corps, Grace 
Barry, Helen Boudo, Alida La- 
Montagne, Louise Longpre, Lu- 
cille Lyman, Gertrude McFar- 
lane, Helen McGrath, Sophie 
Meyerhoff, Arlene Norton, Celia 
Organ; wardens, Maybelle An- 
dre, Jessie Berwick, Louise Bour- 
goin, Dorothy Claydon, Margai-et 
Clifford, Christine Cushman, 
Fannie Davey, Gladys Dusak, 
Agnes Fox, Alice Goss, Emily 
Grousbeck, Joyce Harriman, 
Christine Hayes, Clement^ne 
Jandzenski, Mary A. Jandzenski, 
Elizabeth Kingsbury, Pearl E. 
White, Esther Lucey, Margaret 
Burns and Sally Byrne. 

Motor Corps, Anna Adams, 
Mary Bailey, Rosamond Both- 
well, Janet Brown, Mary Ann 
Clifford, Anna Ganong, Mary 
Garber, R«se Golasn, Dorothy 
Hickey, Adah Judd, Nancy Kem- 
peri yetty Kohn, Louise Kraws- 
Tieskir LizBethTaughton, Arlene 
Purseglove, Mary Ramsdell, 
Mildred Randall, Esther Roche- 
leau, Lillian Y. Slocombe, Jean 
Yorczyk, Cathryn Button, MlaI- 
on Durgin, Katherine Ockenden, 
Dorothy Stewart and Elizabeth 
Vanasse. , 

•Red Gross first aid instructors, 
Charlotte Baum, Ruth Thomas, 
Marion Stomberg, Mary Dünn, 
Margaret Collins, Margaret 
Locke, Betty Egan, Olive Doo- 
little, Carolyn Murphy, Jean Mac- 
Donald, KathJeen LaFVeur and 
Alma Balise. 



Stock Market 

1.30 Quotation^ 

Furnished By 

Paine-Webber Co. 

Thirü National Bank BldfT* 

Tel. 6-3671 Sprüifffield 



New York, Dec. 23-- A P— 
Small minus and plus signs pre- 
dominated in today's eariy stock 
market dealings. Improved at an 
active opening were Santa Fe, 
Bethlehem Steel, General Elec- 
tric, Union Garbide, Sears Roe- 
buck and American Smelting. 
Losers included Chrysler, Ana- 
conda, Pennsylvania, North 
American and American Tele- 
phone. Numerous leaders were 
unchanged. 

Washington, Dec. 23— AP - 
The Position of the treasury on 

Dec. 20: 
Net balance $3,611,840,798.77. 

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Allis Chalmers 
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Atchison 
Beth Stl 
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Briggs Mfg 
Can Pac 

Chev. & Ohio 

Chrysler 
Celanese 

Canada Dry G Ale 
Com Solvents 
Cont Insurance 
Cons Gas 
Cont Can 
Curtis Wright 
Du Pont 
Elec Auto Lite 
Eastman Kodak 
East Airlines 
Gen Elec 
Gen Foods 
Gen Motors 
Goodyear 
Great Northern 
Int Harvester 
Int Nickel 
Int T * T 
Johns Manvllle 
Kennecott 
Loews Ine 
Montg Ward 
Nash Felvinator 
Natl Blscuit 
Natl Dalry Prod 
N Y Central 
North American 
No Am Aviation 
Packard 
Penn 
Phillips 
P S N J 
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Radio 

Sears Roebuck 
Shell Union Gas 
So Cal Ed 
Southern ac 
Southern Ry 
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Studcbaker ^ 

Texas Corp 
Tex Gulf Sul 
Union Garbide 
Union Pac 
Untd Aircralt 
Untd Fruit 
Untd Gas Inp 
U S Rubber 
U S Steel 
Vanadium 
Wetsern Union 
Westingh Elec 
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Liel)er Hriis, 







Deinen Snec #1)01 .Brief habe ich Sonntag phalten,heGten DanJc. 
. Ich freijj^ rnic^. sehr,da3S rr.TTair iDereit ist, sein affid.fuer 
iAUdi zu erneuern u/ioff e,do.S3 er Tlama einhecchliessen v/ird.Tüt riilie' 
seines u#I!a.rr;/s a-i^rid.duerften sie norh das Visiun erhalten. Uns erreich- 
te soeben ein '^ch^eioen i-iudis toji 4.j:aerz,a.n Dich via Joint Lisbon ge- 
sandt, v.^orin Rudy u*a»schreibt: "Ich h??.be boreits freie FaJirt bis zu ^ .. 
EiJich, ebenso IferiA,. host enlos »Letztere \mrtet noch auf das a,ffidavit." 
Da vdr Harrys affid.cun S.ds.per I'lugpost reco.na.ch w'ien sandten, duerfte 
es in den naecf.sten Ta£;en dort eintreffen u.so hiffen wircäLass Tlaraa und 
Rudi in absehl^r^rer Zeit auch das Visum erhalten Utherkoinmen l:oennen# 
Iludi schreibt/dass ebenfalls ein 'If .von i'ritz bcilie::t. Jettinka hat unSi 
nur riudis "If • tlnf^esandt u*Yerr>Tute ich,dass Britzens Ef.an Dich v;eit er- 
geleitet vTurdr. u.^-.lr ihn von Dir aus Chicaro erhalten. Rudi schreibt,- • 
Pritz v.^rde b/creits davon verstacndigt ,dass Du fuer ihn !) 4oo. --einge- 
zahlt hc^st,idh nelune drJhier an,d:.ss auch er die zv/ei rest .j'ah.jbten hosten 
los v^d.^Cultiisgenieinoe erhalten hat u.v/^Jierde raich sehr f reuen, v/enn dies 
der Tall u.un^pere Inter^rention Srfolg gehabt haette. 

Jrn nicht Zeit zu verlieren, teile ich Dir nachstehend I^ar/u 
Do-ten nit u.bi\te Dich, sie an I'r.ITair v/eiterzuleiten; 

lyua geith, geb.ICohn, ',/itwe, geb oren cn 6.3eptember 1875 
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Von Carlson habe bisher nichts gehoort, hoffe oher,dass 



die 3?cho trotzdem nicht eingeschlafen ist. 

Joint ruerfte auf gutem V/^ge sein,Jchargo rief mich noch 
Samstag an u. sagte mir,dass sicii die ^ro^e der DuroraeiUiie ^'iese 'Joch€ 
entscheiden 'jirdjes scheint tatsa.echlich nur d^avon abzuhaengen. Da ich 
mich jer^och in den ^imerika.nern nich.t aushenne(sie verziehen keine Ilicn 
u. sagen v/ed^er ja noch nein)bin ich 'er Sache nic'it gojiz sicher. Sobald 
ic'i mehr vreiss, schreibe ich soiort.!Besten D.^nk fuer Deinen Bf .an Dr./B, 
"^"ejin. 

Gestern erliiclt ich Brief von Jiri Pollak (Bruder von Dr# 
Paul rollak)d.er im unbes.Drankreich ist, soeben Visum nach Brasilien, 
das er schon im Dezember 1939 ha-tte, erneuert erhielt und mich bat, ihm 
eine Schiffskarte von Lisbon nach Rio zu besorgen, damt er hera.uskomjiit . 
Ich habe mich informi^:rt u. erfahren, das 3 r.iam fuer ren l?>.5.noch fix bu- 
chen ka.nn,die Schiffe na^^ch Suedamerika. sind nicht ausverkauft .Die Dassa 
ge i^. 30. .kostet (inkl.C^belspesen etc.) '} 16o. — . Jirka hat einige looo.- 
Dollar hier liegen, ueber ie er von Prankr.aus nicht disponieren kann 
u. ersuchte mich die Spesen funr ihn vorzulogen.lir kann U'^her sein Hiesi 
ges Konto verfuegcn, sobald er in Lisbon ist u.wird er mir den Betrag 
zrreifellos retorunii-ren.Ich wollte Dich fragen, ob ich den 3etra.g vorle- 
gen soll oder ob Du bereit waerest,ihn iliiii zu borgen. Ich habe ilim noch 
gestern llXtelegraphiert,den Preis mitgeteilt u.ihn ersucht mir zu depe- 
Bchiercn ob ich ihjn den Platz reservieren solljch v;a.rte nuiuiehr seine 
Antwort ab. Ich r ende Dir in der Beilage seinen Brief u. teile mir bitte 
mit. ob Du bereit bist,ilim die 16o. -Doli. vorzulegen, falls er mich er- 
sucht, die Passage zu bezaiilen.2En Jirka.s Brief sende mir dann frdl.zu- 

x*ueck# 

Sonntag xreren v;ir bei lass Clara Key ex zum lattagessen 
eingeladen, die gesamte Fpinilie war versajnraelt u.TIrs.ICorn versprach, uns 

naechstens auch cinzula'en. 

Soeben kam das Original des oberwaehnten Plugpostbriefes 
von Rudi sanit Schreiben von i'ritz u.v;ar meine Yennutung,Jettin>a haette 



Dir Britzens ^f .gesandt »unrichtig. Ich sende Dir den OrisincJbrief von 
Jrizt u.I^adi hier hei u, ersiehst Du daraus, dass gerade e^i !"em Tage, an 
den Ruc-i den Bf .ahsanc'.te,j'ritz Ton der Einzahlg.der $ 4oo,-verstaengigt 
Yrur de. Hoffentlich unterniramt er nunmehr doch alles TToetige,es hat den 
Anschein, als waere er etwas nachlaessig u. ginge der Sache nicht mit der 
noetigen Energie nach.Sr ist ein etwas 'bequemer Herr u. wartet bis ihm- 
die gehrateten Tauben ins Haus geflogen kommen, 

Ic'-^ nehme jedoch an, dass in der Zv;ischenzeit (der Bf.iot vom 4.ds. 
auch Fritz die restl .Fahrkarten hat .Um ganz sicher zu sein,raoechte ich, 
bevor ich evtl. Int r^rentinen in seinem Falle bei Hias bezw. Joint unter] 
nehme, telcgr. bei ihm ajifragen,v;ie weit seine Schiff skartenangelegenhit 
gediehen ist drmit ich weiss, '.-ie f^ie Sache heute aussieht. Ich vmerde 
ie telegr.rjueckantwort xtecrafeüs bezahlen. 

■Ritte sende mir Rucis Bf .nach Einsicht zurueck. ^ 

V/ir ymenschen Dir a good time und besten Erfolg u.gruessen Dien 

herzlichst • _• . 

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Inliefrend die heute eingegangene Post. An Buechern 
kamen: 

Council of Foreign Relations* Walter H.Mallory: 

Political iitn dbook of the V/orld 1940. 

Un.of Calif. Press. Robert J.Aerner: An Outline of 

Modern RAssian Historiography. 

Heffer & Sons. Woodruff British Colonial üänpire. 

Henson: The Church of England. 
A Book of Modern Verse. 
Handbook of Freedom. 

Hanns Floch ist mit seinen Kursen sehr zufrieden. 
Mir ist es in den letzten Tagen ga» nicht gut gegan- 
gen. Ich habe beim Oeffnen des Autowagens meine Tasche 
mit dem galizen Geld und Hausschluessel verloren, was 
mich masslos. aufregt. Ich habe in der gestrigen Hamp- 
shire Gazette annonciert, aber es hat sich der Finder 
nicht gemeldet, auch bei der Polizei habe ich angefrap:t. 

Ich kraenke mich sehr.- soabl Ich das Tuerschloss aen- 
dern lassen? Mein Schluessel hatte naemlich einen 
Anhaenger mit unserer Adresse, den das College im vori- 
gen Jahr am Schluessel angebracht hal/.^ Andererseits kann 
man ohnedies sehr leicht in unser Haus gelangen. 

Den Scheck aus V/orcester ueber 50 Dollar habe ich 
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Ich schicke Dir inliegend Kopie des Briefes 
bezueglich d er 100$ an Herrn Berck* Hebe ihn 
auf oder schicke mir ihn zum Aufheben zurueck* 

Die Rally Shaw war sehr nett und hat Johanna 
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• -'^ ^ ^^eben kommt Dein ^rief vom 21. mit Deinem 

Reiseplan, den ich selbstverstaendlich auf- 
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Ich muss $^11 abheben, wovon $7.50 fuer 
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fuer Hamp. Gazette fuer 8. 3. bis 8.6. und $2 
fuer Friseur gehen. 

Gestern nachm. besuchten mich JNathans. Er 
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schmecken lassen sollst. Gib wirklicnacht, 
Hans. Es ist viel leichter, zu- als abzunehmen. 

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Miami-Bouiid Passeiigers Hurt 
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Twenty-six persons werc injurod, 
none scriously, Sunday when the 
Florida East Coast raihvay's south- 
bound Florida Special was derailed 
five inilcs nortli of St. Augustine 
aftcr strilving a split rail caused by 
near-30 degree temperatures. 

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St. Allgusline, said the cold Avavc 
caused thc rail to contract and then 
split wheii the train Struck it. 



two train wrecks in Florida 



Tw-o PuUnian cars of the New 
Yoi'k-to-iMiami train x\cro over- 
turned and 11 otiier cars and the 
engine werc derailed but rcmaintd 
upright. 

Srcoiul Acridciit 

Bolh tiie soutli and noilhhound 
tracks of the FEC were rippcd up 
for a distance of a half mile. llail- 
road officials said ti-affic would bc 
routedfrom .lacksonville to Palatka 
until the ti'aeks were cleared, 
probably carly Monday. 

The accidcnt occurred at 8 a. m.. 
just cight hours aftcr the last car 
bn the FEC's Chicago-bound stre^nv 
lincr Citv of Miami was derailed 
at Bayard, about 20 miles north of 
St. August lue. No one was injured 
there and thc streamlincr continued 
after leaving the end car with a 
wrecking crevv at the scene. 

Sunday's derailment tuniblcd 
Pullman passengers out of their 
lierths in night clothes. Most of the 
injui-ed suffered more from expo- 
sure and shock than otlier hurts. 

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scene. Traffic on U. S. highway No. 
1, which parallels the FB:C track, 
was held up for scveral miles by the 
hundrcds of automobiles parked by 
motorists inspecting the scene. 

Tbree passengers were kept in a 
hospital at St. Augustine for Obser- 
vation. Thov wore Mrs. Joseph Perl- 
man and her 10-month-old daugh- 
tcr, Roslina, New York City; and 



Patrick Trimboli, Ilarrison. N. J. 
The nature of their injurics was 
not discloscd. 

Olli er passengers who received 
treatmcnL and were discharged 
were listed as Nathan Rosonbauni, 
Mfs. Hedwig Zeckendorf. Mrs. Betty 
Gordman, Mi.ss Marria Cohen, Mrs. 
Susie Alioto, Miss Gladys Tilford, 
all of New York City; Anthony 
Jcronc. Flushing. N. Y.; Mrs. Mary 
Koppolu and Mrs. Mae Koppola, 
Long Island. N. Y.; Irving Weisner, 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; A. K. Burrus, 
Kingston. X. C, and Mrs. Samuel 
Kirkland, Philadelphia. 

Eight. crowmen also received 
treatinent. They were George Wil- 
liams. C. Robinson, S. C. Xapp, M. 
II. Grant, C. R. Lowry, T. M. IMoc- 
tor. W. C. Morgan and C. L. Devine. 
Their homc addresses were unavail- 
able. 

ThrcG unidentified persoiis were 
held for Observation at thc FEC hos- 
pital in St. August ine. Railroad of- 
ficials declincd to releasc their 
na mos but said the}- were not in- 
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Censorship Keeps Miamians 
Guessing About Cold Snap 

By nO\ RAYMOND 

Herald Staff Writer 

Miamians— visitors and natives alike— donned topcoats, sweat- 
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fervently the wcathcrmaii could teil thom the outlook for days 

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forecasts foi* more than 26 hours 
ahead, left residents and fuel sup- 
ply dealers alike in a quandary as 
to whether present Stocks of wood 
and fuel oil would he adequate. 

Low temperature Sunday morn- 
ing in Miami was 44 degrees, the 
weather bureau reported, with a 
new low of between 38 and 42 de- 
grees forecast for early Monday 
morning. The official bullctin 
added: Partly cloudy, continued 
Q_old. with no frost dangfer^TfT^the 
mucRlands. 

Wood Yai'ds Hiished 

Dealers repoi'ted about a wcok's 
supply of wood on band and said 
ti'ansportation facilities from the 
Florida West Coast. source of most 
of thc wood uscd for fuel in this 
arca, were not adequate to meet the 
needs if thc present demand con- 
tinues. 

A big rush on wood yards was 
reported over the week end. with 
consumption jumping to an ap- 



pioximatc 100 cords per day. Three 
wood dealers reported a combined 
supply of less than 1,000 cords and 
said only about 50 cords could be 
brought in daily. 

One dealer said, "Everybody waits 
until the last minute to get wood, 
and then we get swamped." An- 
other said he had "plenty of every- 
thing, except fireplacc (grate) coal 
and enough to last until the end 
of the week if the cold spell keeps 
up that long." 

Absencc of any weather Informa- 
tion except the 2B-hour forecasts 
presentcd the possibility residents 
would be guided by day-by-day 
tempoi-aturcs and would purchase 
heating supplics accordingly. 

Meanwhile. James T. Wilson, 
supei'intenflent of schools. said 
school would convenc as usual Mon- 
day morning and that scssions 
would be held regularly unless the 
temperature dropped considerably. 
School rooms lack heating facili- 
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eben erhalte ich Deinen Brief vom Montag und freue mich, zu sehen, 
^ dasB Du Dich bereits ausgeruhter fuehlst. Hoffentlich wird diese Reise 
eine Erholung fuer Dich« 

Gestern war ich mit Mrs. Judd und Mrs* Ganong in Holyoke (in 
Mrs. J.'s car) und habe dort eingekatift, Lebensmittel sind dort wesentlich 
billiger als in North« Ben Abend verbrachte ich bei Lews, deren zwei 
Zimmer sehr nett und gemuetlich sind. Leider steht ^s nicht gut mit 
seiner Arbeit, und auch sie scheint nicht allzu viel zu tun zu haben. 
Heute frueh erhielt ich von Miss Leary (vom Musik Dept.), die ich um 
Reservierung einer Karte fuer das heutige Konzert bat, folgenden 
Brief 2 "There is no Charge for this ticket* It was returned by a friend 
and I am sending it to you. Also you will be sitting next to Mrs.Brosaf 
\J^y yii£e of the artist performing. I thought you would like to know this." 

Ist das nicht nett? 

An Drucksachen kamen: 

Karte von Luzon, gesandt von "Time" - Dutto & Co. reading list books 
about South America • - Fabian Society: France and Br itain - 
books for war tlme rading - Colimib.ün. Press Publishing list - 
Boston Post: Deine Besprechung von "Mission to Russia" - The Statesman 
and Nation - Pomona Col3 ege Bulletin -Palcor -The Far Eastem Quarterly 
Mondo - Paul B. Limbert: Ediacating for Civic Responsibility - 
No Frontier News Service - International Conciliation. 



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1. Mrs. Walter Railsback, 174 Mt. Vemon St., Nevrtonville, Mass., 
hat telefonisch angefragt, u» welche Zeit Du am 27.1. nach Newton 
kommst (der Sndth College Club moechte Arrangements wegen Deiner 
Unterbringung machen) und was das Thema Deines Vortrages sein wird. 
Ich sagte Ihr, dass Du bei gutem Wetter wahrshheinlich die Absich/t 
habest, am gleichen Tage nach North, zurueckzukommen. Jedenfalls 
versprach ich dhr, dass Du Dich direkt mit ihr in Verbindung setzen 
wirst, sie moechte, dass Du ihr gleich schreibst. 

2. Dr. SJlbert telefonierte gestern abend in meiner Abwesenheit 
ly^ . ^ und sagte Immanuel, ich solle ihm Dein speaking schedule fuer die 
^"^1 naechsten Wochen schicken. Ich weiss seine Adresse nicht, so schreibe 

Du ihm bitte. [ j/^'^^-'-^^) 

Imm. ist eben nachbgutem Fruehstueck (erbadet morgens nicht 
mehr, und hat daher mehr Zeit) in die Schule gefahren. 

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1918 'S BY 1,60 0,000 

McNarney Teils Senators It Is 

Only 350,000 Short of Army 

Total at Last War End 



WASHINGTON, June 20 (JP)— 
Lieut. Gen. Joseph T. McNarney, 
deputy Chief of staff, will not pre- 
dict when the war will end. And, 
although this country will have an 
overseas force of 5,000,000 men by 
the end of the year, "the movement 
will likely continue at a hig:h rate 
during 1945," he says. 

General McNarney's testimony 
before the Senate Appropriations 
Committee considering" a House- 
approved $49,107,785,795 measure 
to finance the War Department 
during the fiscal year starting July 
1 was made public today. 

'•I wish I could teil you how long 
It will take us to liberate Europe 
and to crush our foes in the Pa- 
cific," he told the Senators, but 
*'no man can at this moment pre- 
dict with accuracy the time it will 
take. 

"I can assure you, however, that 
as our forcea got into battle, they 
have every advantage which it has 
been humanly possible to provide. 
That they will win is certain. We 
hope that it can be done in the 
minimum amount of time, with the 
minimum number of casualties, 
and at the minimum expense. 

**We have today the greatest 
Army the United States has ever 
mobilized. It is well trained, 
equipped with superior weapons, 
and deployed worid-wide. It is now 
definitely on the offensive on all 
fronts." 

General McNarney said the 
3,898,000 soldiers now deployed 
outside the United States exceeded 
by more than 1,600,000 men the 
peak overseas strength in the first 
World War and were only 350,000 
Short of equahng the entire 
strength of the Army at the dose 
of the last war. 

The deputy chief of staff testi- 
fied that the Ammy was making 
every effort to keep boys out of 
overseas infantry service until they 
were at least 19. 

Senator Gurney of South Dakota 
had remarked that "we are getting 
quite a kickback" because, he said, 
the War Department made "a very 
definite Statement" when the draft 
age was reduced to 18 that youths 
of that age would have at least a 
year's training before being sent 
overseas. Mr. Gurney said that re- 
ports kept Coming in about youths 
who had been in the Army only a 
few weeks finding themselves 
fighting in Italy. 

General McNarney said he be- 
lieved an examinatioA of the rec- 
ord would show that the War De- 
pp,rtment never had promised that 
no 18-year-olds would be used as 
replacements, but added: 

"I have a rule in the Army 
ground forces that no young man 
under 19 years of age assigned to 
the infantriLJ^^ill be sent overseas. 
If he Is in an artillery unit or Serv- 
ice Unit that rules does not apply." 

He noted that Army service 
forces got about six months' train- 
ing, but that they were not nor- 
mally engaged in active fighting. 

In some instances, he said, 
younger men were taken from re- 
placement training centers and 
sent overseas, but that was be- 
cause of enforced demands at the 
fronts and the fact that Selective 
Service did not call or furnish 18- 
year-olds for several months. 



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REPUBLICAN WOMEN 
HAIL ROLE IN PARTY 

Representation on Resolutions 

Committee Calied Index of 

Their New Responsibility 



Special to Thk New York Timis. 

CHICAGO, June 20~Mis8 Mar- 
ion E. Martin, Assistant Chairman 
of the Republican National Com- 
mittee and director of the women's 
division, cited today the history- 
making record of women on the 
important resolution committee as 
significant of the part which they 
will play in the national Conven- 
tion. 

Twenty-six States have nomi- 
nated women prominent in public 
Service, in the professions or busi- 
ness who will, for the first time, 
share in committee deliberations 
on an equal basis with men. Only 
two women have served before, one 
in 1932 and one in 1936. 

Indicative of the kind of repre- 
sentation which these women will 
provide are a few names from the 
list. They include Mrs. Ruth 
Hanna McCormick Simms of New 
Mexico, Representativc Cläre 
Boothe Luce of Connecticut, Dr. 

Elizabeth Smith Kenney of Iowa, 
Miss Mary H. Donion of New York, 
a lawyer and chairman of the State 
Industrial Commission; Miss Mar- 
guerite K. Ashford, Honolulu law- 
yer, and 'Mrs. Addison Green of 
Massachijsetts, vice chairman of 
the Republican State Committee 
and a member of the Board of Ald- 
ermen in Holyok^ Mrs. Ernest 
Griff in of Grant^Park has been 
desginated by Illinois. 

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thing to women in this electioh^ 
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Dear I/trs. Kohn: 

I feel that the v/ire we sent you yegterday needs 
a sequel In letter forn. Well, it was rrand to have Hans 
for lunch and to hear o? ^^our ^ood pro^ess. He tiirned up 
as piinctual as if he had to deliver a lectvire: A symphony 
\n hlwe (gu5t, Shirt a^rd tie), very handsome, indeed, 
Havlng an lllustrious hlstorian for her otherwlse very 
frugal midday raeal, Sylvia set out to prouLire one of Henry 
the Fovrth famous chlckensl To jhidge bv her tender breasts 
I ani tempted to clr;ssify her as a "Pou^fe de Luxe^', one that even 
Mr. Zle^feld would have appreciated and he certainly v;as an 
expert on poultrv wlth and v/i thout feathers. After some 
Iv-scious "Frucht' Teer tli^' I offered Hans a pony of Swiss "Ivirsch" 
Well, he rerr^alned faithful to his principles a^referred a few 
drops of his eye lotion, Of course, we talkea politics but 
yovir husbanri dld not v/ant to divul^^e the subject of •; 3 j.irst 
Icctui^e on v.'Ctobör 5th. - I think he would have still a bigger 
audience if he would adver tise a Conference q oonforonoo on 
the 7 best reclpes for preparing Nazis: "SiHss-Sauer" - a lä 
vinaigraitte, smoked^' charcoal broiled, and pan (American) 
fried. Speaklng of politics the following anecdote with a 
1950 background might ainuse you. I quote in the original 
language : 

"2 ehemalige Wiener Treffen sich irgendwo in TeÄa£, 
Der eine fraegt den andern; ,na hast du schan dein 
Affidavit für Oesterreich, eingereicht? Sagt der 
zweite: es nutzt nix, sie Brauchen Keine Qow-^boys 
nur noch AÖvokateni" 

Up to now I have kept my letter IStfa cleanj so I 
think I better stop before somethlng happens. After all - 
it^s the Remington qui fait la muslquel 

On July 29 th my wife will take me and the check- 
book to Nantucket Island. (Speaking of this poor anaemic 
creature - the checkbook^ -I wonder if you know the minimum 
requiremcnts for a modern lady? Yes, she ne^ds three men to 
be really and truly"Tiappy* A Diplomat for the chic - a 
Banker for the cheque - and a Gigolo for the sho||^l ) So if 
the harvest of diplomats, bankers and gigolos is rieh on the 
Island, I will be yoiü? Walter Winchell» 



In the meantlme, I pray and hope 
Whale will be good Company and conflrL. the 
IS whale «nd ends las whale. Amen''. 

Sylvia is of the opinion that my K, 
has evaporated during the last heat wave, but 
sends her love, and so do I because this is a 
which is not affected by the heat» 

Yours . 



that the J#)ftÄii»s 
saying that "all 



Ration of 'Verstand'^ 
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matter of sentiment 




Septanbor 18^ 19U« 



Beoroft faT'\ilyt , 



Ri«ht now I Äür In a big hoapltal »et up In tents* All 



I hftve iß an iiifection on vtj Ifilt leg^ It ms cloaned up yesterday by the 
ßurgoon a3y^ I ara In good slmpe today^ protohly won»t stey here laore than 
a couple of days» 

I wrotG you that I was a oaptlve of th© Germana* WeU, 
that and tho fact that I landod in France on D day ara the reaaons mlxy 
you hiid no laail fron im for such a lone period* It iß hard for lae to 
wtlto, brcmano I don't know yalmt the c<»vior ia going to out out, but I*ll 
wß^o a try of it any^i^ay — • luaybe all I*ll tall you ia OK, 

As I told j'ou we landed on D day, the crossing fron 
Eaplos TOS rather unovöntfull, kfe hod aliaost no reaistance on the 
ptrllciilar beech I liinded on and kept on njovlng beautlfully, only hittlng 
ll^ht oy:)Oi)lt:lon* The Gorrnns rere on th.i nm and I don»t njean laaybe» «a 
did have soiae battlos thougli and ^ot plenty shot at, but here I guesa ia the 
polnt Tfhere I c«nn say mich about. I, personally, got ahot ut the firat 
time in a F^^^nch toira where I went around >iith a couile of othere to hmt 



G^TToans 



I didn*t havs to do it^ bixt 



miB in an advontitrous raood and ifanted to oaptxire a pair of Geroan 
tulnoculÄTs (I didn't got then — yet). Döring thl8 hantlng up opertitlon tao 
shots lAiatlad Vv »ar but did not hlt me« Th&t «aa ly beptl«« of tirm» 

I aaw mnjr Intoreatlng plncea llke Crenotde, Valenco, I(7«n« 



Once I «u 80 closc to the SttIm border I could have yodel«d across. The 
pooplo ^ve uß wBlco?nc8 whlch can h^rdly bi däscribed »ith »ordo. t^ 
outm is a etrlctly front lln« affalr nnd i» go soBoti«e« up to 25 idl«. 
of the infantry on reconnr.lsaance ndeslon,. Tharefore «, ,«.. often 



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the wy flrat Amerlceo» to pull Into a toim, ai.d aU the yeanüiig for 
froed«n ft^ the Bochea, «hich was aati.fiod by cur apppar^'v.« ^ expwsfl«! 
«on- ue (Ixvd liuici^rge, b«t ^.!er..te«3able, I hopo). I unduraUnd quiU • 
Mt of Freneh alr^^dy, though I Imv^ croat dlfflculty ./ith talldng of cour— 



Anjwajf, 



Bullets and shmitn.Tls w«ro Hc'l^ß left and rlßht of ne. V. e h.ui to pull bick 
tin OOT ertmeiy could tnke care of the mf er A coiiple of guya «nd I 



slujotlng 



at U.0 T.l-th evoT:-thinc thoy h.d. mer ebout 1 ) rainutoa of jampüig artyudd 
rmd tr-^lr./' to f 1^ ami:!« coverne hed a CW ri{|ht besldo «no shot In the head. 
He mt.. blee,^5nß terrlbü' and «e renlized that oxrr idAc Situation ma hopal«i. 
u.y..ay. Do, aftcr the four frujTS ^vith ne a^reed I yellad in Gormn,«Doxi»t 
.hcot, we are £iving up«. Tl«:. 8to;Ted nhooting at t« Innediately an<l told 
US tö oo»e out. I ac^^r.nc«d wltJ, raü»ed hands. The G^mams took «y cartrld«. 
belt oT .md thoa the otheiecare. *» got i^rrdsnion (l being the inter- 
preter) to get onr woanded and corriod Mm cn a ptretcher tl^o^^h the An«riean 
flre to a Ccrrren co^md posU So— no* ^m were i^risonorB, and yriconor. 
,e 3tnyed for U days. More and a»re CIJs -.erc .ulded to our buz«h durlag 
tJmt tiine. IJhen I eccapod .e rcre 126 prisoncrs. I retroatod togehhar with 
tha Ger^nans and b^lieve ne It wr..> axtromel;i' interestJng to see th«m ratraat 

luyJHX and t^ In thelr middle. 

Bot did the- tr-at ua? Ganarally t;o11. AnyT»ay, v« had it 
jnat about M ßoo^ «e they had it. Food «ae firat ami^e, liiter it becan» 
scarce, but I had a spoilod etoaach frani ooir« bad T.'.oat cnd cn ny own accord 
ata nothing for two days so tlu-.t the fact that po wearen»t fed .lada lltUa 

to no. Don't howayer thlnk It was n plcacura trip •«?«- Ar fro» 
:-e straf 43d and boabed Ify Anevican jäMxioä day and night and, tfaousb 



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l„pri.on..o.t »Hb oo« »ens. of Wr a.-^ con.UlAly ,,.t.hod for . 

Chance to encapo» 

Kow ona taore thüiß. I escap^J tocethsr wlth the fanyouo 

v^nwi nP tha "aüdljr (ftlOO, 000,000 to hlB 
"Jack" A'.hitn9y. You 'n-y have heard of Uio .a-ooiy w* , » 

nanel). Hc Is related to tho Vanderbllts und Jtorßa^^s etc. Ishallvi.lt 

T * K. «V +n M Y end he is thero too. Ho Is a Colonel bat 
hira as aoon as I get UoY to .l.x. ena ne xb 

treatcd .0 on the 3a^ V.sis. - .Soll, .e fi^OI^ ^^Icod om^ W bao3c, 
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May 26, 1944- 



My clear Professor Kohn: 

TharJc you f or your 
letter of Eay tv^enty-thiru. 

We are so glad to 
laiow taat Urs. Kohn ij/Detter 
ana do hope that she ^'^\J^^^ 
a complete recovery. I ^ope 
that her trips to Deerfielü 
v;ere not too great a stram. 

I can't tegin to teil 
you how much v/e did enjoy 1^^^; 
inp- you i^oth v=ith us once a week 
in^he home, as well as with tue 
boys. 

I have told Immanuel 
that it will be all right for 
hini to £0 home. 

Cordially yours, 



Professor Hans Kohn 
Department of History 

Smith College 

Northamptori , Massachusetts 




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Smith Confers Honoraiy 
rii^m^AP« On Four Women 



Captain Mildred H. McAfee, Marian Anderson Vera 
Micheles Dean and Sophie Satin Reeeive Awards This 
Morning. For First Time in History, Degree of Mas- 
ter of Arts With Distinetion' Is Given, to Mrs. Bar- 
bara Ann Porter Morin 



Smith College conferred honor- 
ary degrees on four women at 
the 66th commencement exer- 
cl^s held in John M. Greene 
hall this morning. 

Captain Mildred H. McAfee. 
^ilT SN R.. director of the Wo- 
1 me^s Re^we of the United 
States Naval Reserve, also the 
commencement Speaker, i>eceived 
a doctor of laws degree, as did 
Mrs. Vera Micheles Dean, of the 
Foreign Policy association. 

The degree of doctor of music 
was conferred on Miss Marian 
Anderson, noted American sing- 
er, and Miss Sophie Satin re- 
search associate at the Smith 
College genetics experiment sta- 
tion, received the degree of doc- 
tor of sci-ence. a u.r 
Degrees were conferred by 
Herbert Davis, President of the 
College. The citations follow: 
McAfee Citation 
"Mildred McAfee: So distm- 
ßuished for bar administration 
Is the President of Wellesley 
College that when the navy de- 
cided, with characteristic cour- 
ago to choose academically 
traincd women to be officers of 
the Waves, it was incvitablo 

tthat the honor of being the first 
woman to be commissioned as 
an officer of the U. S. navy and 
in being in command of the wo- 
ll- men's Naval Reserve should be 
granted to her; now withm two 
vears nationally known as the 
leader of a body of 7500 officers 
and 55,500 enlisted personnel of 
the Women*s Reserve, and ad- 
mired for her tact, her wisdom 
and her judgment in pcrforming 
the duties of her command, pre- 
serving alike the best traditions 
Y of the great &ervice to which she 



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(Continuedfrom Page 1) 

Degree of Master of Arts *^WHh 

DIstinction" Awarded For 

First Time 

For the fiisL time in the his- 
tory öFSSIÜx QoTlege the degree 
of Master of Arts with dlstinctiQJi 
was awarded at the 66th com- 
mencement exereises held this 
1 morning. Mrs. Barbara^ Ann 
Porter Morirt örEasf Pfövidence, i 
Rhodö Island, and New Haven, 
Ct. received this degree for her 
work in history. Mrs. Morin 
graduated with highest honor m 
history and Summa Cum Laude 
from Pembroke College in 1942. 
She is a member of the Phi Beta 
Kappa society and v^as an Elisha 
Benjamin Andrews scholar all 
four years at coUege. The Master 
of Arts with distinction was 
awarded for ^'uniform and under- 
standing excellence in all her 
work." 



is now attached, as well as of 
that other service to whlch wei 
hope that she will return." 
Vera Micheles Dean Citation 

"Vera Micheles Dean: An 
alumna of Radcliffe colleg«, who 
came to this country from Rus- 
sia, a leader in the research work 
of the Foreign Policy association 
for sixteen years, who both as 
writer and lecturer has proved 
herseif an expert in the study 
of international relations, and 
whose Wide and sympathetic 
knowledge of the people of 
many countries has given clarity 
and force to her Interpretation 
of the Position of th« United 
States in the Company of na- 

tions." ^,. ., 

Marian Anderson Citation 

"Marian Anderson: An Amer- 
ican woman of unselfish devo- 
tion, who, through the splendor 
of her voice and the nobility of 
her art, has awakened and forti- 
fied in the hearts of countless 
thousands a deeper understand- 
ing of that hum^anity in which 
we are all one." 

Sophie Satin Citation 
"Sophie Satin: A graduate of 
the first class at the Women s 
university in Moscow and later 
assistant professor in the de- 
partmont of botany there ^ until 
her departure from Russia in 
lO'^l with an established reputa- 
tion' as a pioneer in women s 
education, well known foi\ ^er 
work in the Organization of the 
science museum in Moscow and 
for important researches on the 
structure and reproduction of 
the lower fungi; since coming to 
this country more than twenty 
years ago and continuing her 
research at the Carnegie re- 
search laboratories in Cold 
Spring Harbor and more recently 
at the Smith College genetics ex- 
perimontal Station, she has be- 
come the recognized leader in 
demonstrating chemical differ- 
ences between the sexes in 
plants, and has opencd up a new 
fi'Old by her remarkable discov- 
eries through the use of labelled 
germ layers in tracing the 
grovvth and differentiation of 
plant tissues, one of the out- 
standing advances in recent 
plant genetics." 

I — — 

Smith 

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Class Of 208 Is 
Graduated Today 
At Smith College 

Captain McAfee of *Waves* 
Says *No Satisfaction More 
Profound Than Commit- 
ment of One's Seif to Cause 
Bigger Than One's Seir 

*'No satisfaction is morQ pro- 
found than the commitment of 
one's seif to a cause bigger than 
one's seif," said Capt. Mildred H. 
McAiffee, USNR, director of the 
Women's Reserve of the United 
States Naval Reserve, in her ad- 
dress at the 66th annual com- 
mencement of Smith College heid 
this morning in John M. Greene 
hall. Introduced by Pres. Herbert 
Davis, Capt. McAffee discusscd 
the subject, "Women" before an 
audience which included a con- 
tingent of Wave officers and 
midshipmen as well as graduat- 
ing students and their families. 

Capt. McAffee observed that 
there are very few limits to what 
woman can achieve if she repre- 
sents women as a unit. On the 
other hand, she said, it is diffi- 
cult to exert much influence or 
to win aehievement in fields 
where women do not predofi- 
nate apart from the role of wo- 
man. College girls must recog- 
nize the fact that they are likely 
to run into difficulties and their 
progress may be retarded when 
they do not act as spokesmon 
for women, she said. 
Urges Girls to Partic^pate In 
National Prograni 
Capt. McAffee urgegl the grad- 
uates to use the skills and atti- 
tudes acquired in College to par- 
ticipate in the national prograiii 
to the general welfare. College is 
a time of transition from youth 
to maturity, she said. College 
experience should produce a 
change in the point of view of 
the graduates. Their focus of at- 
tention should have been changed 
from that of a child who is coii- 
cerned only with himself to that 
of a mature person whose rela- 
tionship to outside interests is 
more important than himself. In 
selecting Jobs after graduation, 
Capt. McAffee advised the grad 
uates to remember that the ul- 
timate in personal satisfaction Is 
the use of one's seif as a tool for 
the development and welfare of 
other persons. "It is Important 
for the class of 1944 over the 
country to get yourself out of the 
center of your thinking, taking 
upon yourself modestly and 
humbly the responsibility for do- 
ing the world's work enthusias- 
tically and efficiently, even when 
it must be the grim work of 
war. America calls on you to do 
your part in carrying on our 
common load. Smith College, 
Smith women, have never failed 
to answer the call," she conclud- 
ed. 

208 Graduates 
Of the 208 candidates for the 
degree of bachelor of arts, six 
were awarded cum laude, seven 
magna cum laude, and two sum- 
ma cum laude. The graduates 
from Northampton and Amherst 
are Margaret Robbie Beckmann, 
daughter of Mrs. Eleanor M. 
Robbie of 37 Kensington avenue, 
Jean Erskine Clapp, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Clapp of 15 
Columbus avenue, Norma Jean 
Fitts,, daughter of Mrs. Douglas 
Ross of 11 Arnold avenue, Alice 
M. Pollard, daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. Edwin D. Pollard of 103 



Hampshire Ga zette^ Tu( 

[Objection Baised 
To Speaker Named 
For Memorial Day 

Opposition to Prof. A. Burns 
Chalmers to Be Becorded at 
Meeting of Committee To- 
night. Says He Declared He 
Would Not Bear Arms I 



Opposition to the selection of 
Prof. A. Burns Chalmers of 
Smith College as the Memorial 
day Speaker in this city will be re- 
corded at a meeting of the Memo- 
rial day committee in Memorial 
hall tonight, it was announced 
today by a number of Citizens. 

Objectors who read the ari- 
Houncement that the Smith Col- 
lege chaplain would deliver the 

ain address at the Memorial 
ay exercises in Bridge street 
cemetery declared today that 
their objections were based on 
several reasons, among them 
that he has allegedly declared 
that he would not bear arms for 
the United States. 

Mr. Chalmers is professor of 
religion and Biblical literature 
and religious director at Smith. 



Class 
(Contlnued on Pa^e 8),. 






May 19, 19AU 



Dear Dr, Kohn: 

I am shocked and deeply distressed to hear about 
Mrs- Kohn. It must be a heavy blow to you, and you 
have my utmost sympathy. Can I do anything to help? 

We send our fullest regards to all of you. 



Yours, 

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Dr. Hans Kohn 
Smith College 
Northampton, Massachusetts 



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\Histonan Pidures U. S. 
Nationalism as Increasing 

Predicts War Will Not End Quickly; 
Prof. Hans Kohn Here to Give Address 

f.. ^^°^- ^^"^ ^°'''"' ii'storian, snrveved the world ^pah« 

ing to enö .suddenly. GormanvL • • 

wjll not be dcfoated until 1945 j^o h? '"^,^^"*"^^"^^^ ^^'^'^^-^ of his 

oelieves. Japan's knockout Will n^ P^^^P^^» ^n the historian's opin- 



come still later. 
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hi-story and sociology and profos- iQ.V^n? ^f"^ '^'" ^'^^t unlil 
sor of modern history at Smith em^ae/'+l Im "^""1 ^^ ««" ""^ 



luosday at Jcwish Center, Balir "„.oL ft^^L ''«"«^'«'en invasion 

«^■?""^?."d Hartford Street Avon- An,'ess?m IK,"^''^ ^"^^ «oviet 
ddle. IIis topic Hill be "Tho Fu- em frL/ ^'^hting on the east- 

turo of America in Historical Per- Vh« !' . , 

- -" ^'^^ '"^^ >' barely beginning 



spective." 
He will discuss the country's 



iJr. Kohn camo to America 



foundations because. he said, 'Th^ lQ^%i5^''"t. ^"'^ ^« America in 
futurc grows from them. The'cX/e?^''''^f^"^^^ ^^^^^"^^ 
past expiains tho present " q^-^P; ^"^ ^'^"^ been on the 



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. Russia, according to Dr Kohn -Th "'1^ '''"'^'' ^934. 

IS doing tho expectod in turn nK'palS?ni"° . "'^^''ü' P''°''Iom In 

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For All Maidiind^ohn Says 

forum last night at the V.M.H.A ^^^ ^^ 

Drivmg bl> Points 1»-, w.lh ™" f ^y „gantatlon. 

Asked if capitalism was an in- 
separable part of his "American 



ful delivery, Dr. Kohn answered 
his own question: "What is Amer- 

. „,,. separable pari oi ut» "■— 

The Czechoslovakian historian. jdea," Dr. Kohn replied that free- 
iUustrating his talk with populär dorn of initiative and ownership 
».HotP as well as scholarly „f individual property were es- 
:o:rce Lteriri iointed out that se^^tial to the American way of 
the United States is "different Ufe. ... .„ 

from all othernations." There is. 
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America," he declared. 
he explained, no common i«.., Reviewing the European situa- 
l^nSe or r^U.ion and no com- ^l^^^^^t^^o^^^X 

»ttachment to the soU. ^each nat.^^ .„„ditions, for füll 

employment, or for any eco- 
nomic gain, but for one thing 
aione— the national way of living. 
"This is Happening in Russia. 



mon attachment to the soU. 
Based On An Idea. ^ 

«'America is based on one thing 
only-an idea!" The American 
idea, he Said, is desüned for every 



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idea he said, is destined for every "This is ^appen.n^ - - — 

A ' i.inni hPrause it is rooted The Russians are not f ißhüng tor 

'"^' r V in ^he^^^^^^^ demo- communism, but because for the 

^' ?^; nhi osoDhv of the Eight- first timc in history the masses 

'' t^ rpn urv on Meals of indi- are imbiied with a national idea. 

eenth Centuiy on laedis a achievement of Stalin 

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to meet you. T/e have heard Jennie talk about you 



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meeting you. Would you telephone Dr. Flexner's 
Office T/abash 6581 and talk to him, or his secre- 
tary in his absence? Perhaps we could have dinner 
or at least a Cocktail bef orehand^with you, 

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CALL UNIVERSITY >17» MRS KUHN 
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DEPARTMENT OF HI STORY 



22, Maerz, 19^i. 
Mittwoch abend. 



M.L, 



Immanuel war heute bis 6 Uhr abends im Bett, glaenzender Laune und mit grosser 
Spannung "Under Cover" lesend, das ihm Onkel Markus Blaustein - wohl als 
cum laude Geschenk, hattest Du ihm darueber geschrieben? - gesandt hat. Heute 
abend haben wir im faculty club gegessen. Dein Sohn ist allgemein bewundert 
worden, selbst Frau Koffka schien sehr beeindruc/t von ihm - er hat sich auch 
sehr gentlemanlike benommen und sah vor allem besonders gut aus. Jedenfalls 
wurden mir von allen Seiten Komplimente gemacht: "What a handsome son you have". 
eute abend ist er zu Paul Douglas gegangen, wo er die anderen Jungentrifft und 
wahrscheinlich spaet heimkommen wird,- 

Heute nachmittag kam Billis Bruder, ich glaube, es wird mit ihm ganz gut gehen 
Frau Koffka war in New York, Zeidlin wird in den naechsten Tagen abtransportiert 
sie hofft ihn noch vorher zu sehen. . Mr. Becker scheint sehr begeistert von ' 
Deiner Besprechung. Wie sollte er auch nichtl - Aus Springfield kam bisher kein 
ueld« 

Begann heute mit Saeubern der closets - es ist eine anstrengende Arbeit und ich 
bin muede. Bin froh, dass Du in vier Tagen zurueck bist! 



Bonnerstag morgen. 

hatte schlaflose Nacht und fuehle mich deinentsprech end, werde versuc en, 

tagsueber zu ruhen. e^-hiaeft er noch* 

I m. nuel kam gestern abend nicht allzu spaet heim« Jetzt, scii-ua 

4-4 iiTir? Du hast eine 
Hoffe, alles ging gut in Kentucky, Cleveland und Cd ncxnnatl una u 

angenehme Rueckreise» 
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Woods Hole 
Mass. 
Dear Dr Kohn - Dorothy has handod me your fine 
letter of the 29th, and I hasten to give you 
what' facta may be of use» The Inn in Sarasata, 
Florida, built by a friend of ours, Mary Hook 
from Kansaa City, on her ovm property, and run 
by an abl© man, Charles ("Chuck") Wegener, is 

7 miles out of Sarasota and ie called Whispering 
Sands". During the seaeon, the trtp is simple; 
a train from N Y goes direct to S where a car 
meets you. I do not know when they open (I 
think December Ist, last year) so I suggeet you 
write Chuck who is now managing The Ohamplain 
Club, Burlington, Vt. You should explain 

Mra Kohn's condition to be sure he could give her 
breakfast in Iwr rooiu, a g round f loor room to 
avoid stairs etc. I think the rate is (was) 

8 to 10 dollars a day. 

You will be interested in ny history aa it bears 
on such an attack. From May to September I did 
nothing, had a nurse all the time, and once a day 
alked from thishouse to the beach. Then I f lew 
to Bermuda (to avoid rough seas or high altitudes) 
where I did nothin<-until December: breakfast late 
in ny room, a short b^c^cl« ride, a long nap 
after lunch. From January to June, half a Job, 
about 6 hours teaching a week. The second year 
I did ny regulär schedule which, as you know, is 
not really a full-tine Job at all - long weekends 
and late mornings. During all that time I saw 
ny regulär phyeician every month and the heart 
specialist every three mo the. The general op- 
inion is that three years sees the healing as 
compiete as it is likely to be which ineans in 
ny case no Smoking, no tennie. However, I am 
allowed folk-dancing and think I could do golf 
wlth care. The minor Operation this June for 
hernia was done under acomplete anesthetic with 
no difficulty at all. 

I give you this long history for what it is worth. 






Leonard Elsmith 
Woods Hole 

Mass. 

It is not a very gay picture, but one juat has 
to face the fact that one is lucky to be alive 
at all after a thrombieie. Of course, they 
Vary in intens ity, but Mre Kohn ehould feel 
no alarm (on the contrary, take it as placidly 
as posBible) that recovery is 8low,and progrese 
often seems barely discernible» 

I have made this letter all businesa, but you 

all know how much our hearts go out to you all. 

We have missed seeing you under the pines this 

Bumnier many, many timee, and I reaily feel that 

my current hietory ia not what it should be 

without your illuminating commantsl You, youraelf, 

must remember to keep careful track of your own health 

and not to overdo, as the whole family ne -da your 

atrength as never before. 

We are, praiae be, all very well here. The 
universe revolves around the new grandson who 

as 80 far an excellent philoaophy of life. It 
is to sleep 20 out of the 24 hours and when 
hungry to yell like hell. I leave here the 6th 
for ten days in ny Rock House in Jersey (which 

1 pract»cally never see), and I will.be back at 

2 Beekiian Place the l8th. If you do get to 
New York during the winter and have time, do 
telephone us there. With all my most cordial 
greetings to Mrs Kohn, Immanuel apoA you. 



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••WILLIAMSPORT ON THE SUSQUEHANNA TRAIL HALF WAY BETWEEN 
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y. AND WASHINGTON, D. C." 



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THE CAULIFLOWE] 

By Marion G. Champagne, 
pp. New York: The Dial Press. 
$2.50. 

IHAVE always found it baf- 
fling that novels about wo- 
men's Colleges are so seldom 
really good — especially in com- 
parison to the equivalent male 
product. Mostly they seem to 
suffer from an excess of coyness 
and girlishness and tend to pre- 
sent their characters as quite 
startlingly immature. It is sel- 
dom that they represent accu- 
rately the tempo of the Thirties — 
a decade characterized by Stu- 
dent radicalism, student peace 
strikes, student interest in world 
affairs, in contrast to the skepti- 
cism and complacency of the 
Twenties. 

A welcome exception, however, 
is "The Cauliflower Heart," 
which carries some members of 
the class of '36 through their 
senior year at Smith and then 
follows their fortunes up to our 
entry into the war. Marian G. 
Champagne, herseif an under- 
graduate during the middle Thir- 
ties, presents a picture of College 
life in those years very different 
from the usual College novel — 
and one which comes, I suspect, 
far closer to the truth. Many of 
her characters, to be sure, are 
unaware and unawakened. They 
are placidly and frivolously im- 
mersed in their traditional con- 
cerns — in clothes, clubs, beaus, 
week ends and the like. Others, 
however — among them the girls 
who dominate the campus — are 
keenly attuned to the times in 
which they live, either through 
conviction or in an effort to be 
fashionable. It is they who or- 
ganize the peace strikes, who at- 
tend Student Conventions, who 
fight anti-Semitism, and agonize 
for Spain. 

Whether or not the novel paints 
an accurate picture of Smith, I 



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am not able to say. Certainly it 
re-creates the atmosphere which 
prevails on any College campus 
as well as the specific temper of 
the Thirties. Amusingly as she 
depicts football games, dances, 
intrigues for dates, Miss Cham- 
pagne knows that girls, like their 
brothers, have an intellectual life 
too, and that the classroom is not 
always a prison. Finally, when 
she carries her characters outside 
College walls to the inevitable 
compromises which await them 
her Story loses nothing in verac- 
ity and interest. It is, in fact. 
an alive, intelligent, well-round- 
ed, if somewhat too schematized 
book, with a quality of youthful 
ardor and idealism which is often 
very moving. ' 

Edith H. Walton. 



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pounds for canning. Additional amounts will be available later 
on application to local boards. 

SHOES — A new coupon, not yet designated, becomes valid May 
1. Coupon 18 in War Ration Book 1 expires April 30. Airplane 
Coupon 1 in Book 3 remains valld indefinitely. All stamps good 
for one pair each. Families may pool coupons of a household. 
Loose stamps not valid, except for mall Orders. 

GASOLINE — All A coupons are valued at three gallons. Coupon 9 
in A book i^ valid through May 8. New, serlally numbered B-3 
and C-3 mileage ration coupons, valued at flve gallons, are being 
issued now. B-2 and C-2 coupons continue to be valued at tiv% 
gallons. Single T coupons, which bear indlvidual serlal num- 
bers, are also valued at five gallons. For protection against black 
market, rationing rules now require that every car owner immedi- 
ately write his license number and state of Mglstratlon on all 
gasoline coupons in his possession. 

PASSENGER CAR TIRES— Subject to need and quota restrlctlons. 
motorists whose total rationed mileage (excludlng special ra- 
tions) is 121 mlles or more a month may obtain certlflcates for 
tires as follows: For cars used for preferred mileage purposes, as 
described in the gasoline regulations, Grade I tires; for cars used 
for non-preferred occupational purposes, Grade III tires. Holders 
of A gasoline books only are not eligible for any grade of tlre. 

FUEL OIL — Period 4 and 5 «oupons are Talld through Sept. 30. 
They are good for ten gallons a unit for household use. Normal 
consumption up to now should not be more than 82 per cent of 
total ration. 

LOCAL RATIONING BOARDS— Borough rationing boards will 
provide addresses of local rationing boards, whlch should be con« 
sulted on rationing Problems. Telephones are: Manhattan, 
COlumbus 5-4575; Brooklyn, MAin 4-8575; Bronx, MElrose 5-8250; 
Queens, IRonsldes 6-6300; Rlchmond. Gibraltar 7-6929. On prlce 
control consult O. P. A. Offices in Empire State Bullding, CHicker- 
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Dear Mr. Kohn, 

Just a hurried note to let yoiq^ know that 1 have 
been thinking of mts. Kohn, and hoping that she is 
getting along better* vVe all wish we could do some- 
thing to help. Please call on ne any time if you 
think 1 can be of any asslstance in anyway, either 
to you or to i\'irs. Kohn. 'i*he telephone is 1454* 

1 sent the enclosed letter to the ^resident, t6 
8ecretary Hüll, to Senators Walsh and Weeks, as well 
as to Congressman Clason in response to a request of 
the Masseichusetts Coimuittee of 1000 of which I am a 
meiuber, and thought you night like to read it. 

Saturday my husband comes home for a weeks* 
furlough, then out to Portland, Oregon where he leaves 
for the artic to be gone two years, ( so they teil him) . 

Please give my love t® your dear wife. Jtiake her 
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enHA<= nf fmir suc- The least that can be said ot 

Completing a senes of fou^- suc^ ^^^ ^^ prodigiously 

cessive concerts at ^he Lew i söhn ^^^^ ^^ ^^^ 

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Symphony. Richard Strauss' Don 
Juan Fantasy and Johann Strauss' 
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in Store for us as a composer time, 
no doubt, will teil, and likcwise 
regarding his conducting, which. 
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ho appeared as conductor, P^ano] youngsters who have a lot 

soloist and «-;; ^^ TaLllon the bin. And in the long run 
which capacity he sho^^s "^^f^.^ I ^^^^ces are right-usually. Any- 
talents. Though the Playmg of his ^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^,, J^in and his hosts 
Jeremiah^ symphony on Saturday way^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^ 

cvening. with Jennie Tourel, Mei- ^^^^^^ ^g. and one waits wlth a 
ropolitan mezzo soprano as the ex- ipigasureable anticipation of his 
rolline soloist in the last move-|next moves in the various direc- 
ceiimg soioi.u 1 .„ , „c^rtini- tions of composing. conductmg 
ment presented him in ^ P^^^!,^^, l^^^ playing. J 

larly attractive light, and though jti! — ^ 

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Concerto on Friday evening gave 

ample Illustration of his gifts as 

Pianist, it was his conducting 

v^icK \ think, made the greatcst 

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lon the screen riches in the brief time he has 
Sistrom will been prof essionally before the pub- 
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any news from you. I am also waiting for a cable fron Praguö which 
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, Happy Birthdayl I .iust got back from Mobile, frotn where I flew 
Ijp Nev/ Orleans and from there to Boston, where mother net me wth thß car 
yesterd;.iy. % visit to Italy vas pleas^nt bat short, IVe vrre in Genoa 
for about tliree days and then proceeded to Piombino^ about fifty miles 
beJÄw Leghorn and directly opposite the Island ttee of Elba, where we 
unloaded the remaini?ig cargo of coal. From there we sailea directly 
to iMobile, where we arrived on September 7# 

I won»t be able to return to Harvard untzl the Spring termV Tio^cause 
I can't apply for a discharge until after October 1, Even then I may have 
to make another trip, because I am not certain whether they count leaves towards 
a ^ ischarge. 



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Friday morning 
This mronihg your tv^o letters of Sept. ^th arrived and last night I 
received your nable from -^rague. I hope your stay in Prague was not too 
exhausting. Now I am waiting for your cable from ^cris. Irranuel is very 
much opposed to. the idea of your pending one year with the Juniors m Geneva. 
He says it is much more important that you work on Jrhe 2nd vol. of your 
book. He looks already much better. Last night he spent with his friends 
"^aul und Nick and came home about 12.30. He gave me ^300 to put on his 
bank book. He is, as he -'■cells me, saving money for a car. Tomorrow we plan 
to go to Boston and od : onday Imm. is going to iee the authorities at Harvard. 
We shall be back in n. Monday afternoon. Unfortunately his bagßage has not 
arrived yet and he s waiting for his uniforms which have to go the cleaner 
before he goes to New York to find out with the War Ad'iii. about his status. 
I am writing toda;^' to the New -^eader and the Commenta7.-y. (To the last I wrote 
already a few dayis ago to send you the proofs air maj 1 to Paris and also 
to let you know wl ether you could have reprints. But I am writing again) 
Mail: Harvard U.Pi^ess sends cheque for .1^7^6.06 (23 co pies Force or Reasonj 
26 cop/ Not by Anas Alonej 50 cop. Rev.and Dict torjj h.; 80 cop. Vdorld Ordert 
Politics: "Thankfj for your criticism of my treatment of the Pal. mess.Gorry 
you don't want them printed, as I think they put yoii r case very well. But I 
do plan in the Oct. issue to return to the subjects i ind to take account of 

your points. . . . 1 do wish you'd let me print yoiir no" be." 
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neaning and- stupid) • 

Ein langer B:rief von Henri Auerbach, Genf, 2 place des Alpes, s^Zt. 
fiasBi Bern, iPension Llariette, Marienstr, 6, ehemaliger Red. der Diaskuren. 
Er las in de3|' NZZ vom 31. Au/just ueber "Prophets and Peoples", will 
wissen, ob sijie deutsch erscheinen "Lassen Sie mich doch mehr v/issen ueber 
Ihr Ergehen t ind geistiges Schaffen." Er hatte einen schweren Autounfall 
in Paris, dei\ sein Schaffen sehr reduziert hat. Er VKrfOTft^ÄKÖiÄkkx^Ätxt 
3viwtBx:>:fiiHH! 3 1 ixüÄ will jetzt wieder die Dioskuren mit dem Uritertitel 
"Anhalen der ' Geisteswissenschaften" im Verlag A. -^ rancke -Bern erscheinen 

■^ Liste der Beitragenden lege ich bei. Ihm liegt sehr an 
jeit und an Deiner TJeinung, ob eine solche Veroef fentlichung 
rsucht werden keonnte. Er hat viel ueber Dich von Mrs. 
^rt, die ja z.Zt, in der Schweiz ist. ..."Ich haette nun, 
Dr., Ihren Rat, Ihre Anregungen, Ihre Meinung zu den ver- 
/oblemen; denn Sie wissen ja, was ich immer wollte und will. Wie 
mir Prof. K^-t^ler telefoniohhsagt, kommen Sie auch nach v;^uropa. Wann? Teilen 
Sie mir dar^ bl.'^^'te gleich mit; denn ich hoffe unter allen Umstaenden See 
ausf uehrl 'j ch zu sprechen. Auch ueber die Brage, ob wir in irgend einer 
Form die Biosloire. "^ zusammen offiziell herausgeben sollen. Dies wuerde 
ich seh\^ begruessei^* ^^i.® ich Ihnen schon sagte, ist bei meinem Vertrage 
mit A. -^rancke die K oeglichkeit vorgesehen, dass ich den Vertra^^ auch 
wiede p loesen kann, -'^h sage dies deshalb, wil ich die letzten U Tage eifrig 
^i® "rage ventiliere, ob es nicht viel zweckmaessiger v/aere,'die Dioskuren 
i^ einem amerik. Verlag zu publizieren. Die noetigen Beziehungen werden 
^ je haben and auch den r.tchtigen wissen. Die Tatsache, -dass ich in Europa 
bin, ist m.A. nach sogar guenstig, weil ich dadurch den Kontakt mit den 
europ. Autoren mehj: habe. Im uebrigen vmerde grundsaetzlich auch nichts 
im ^^ege stehen, dass ich ncuch USA komme.... Sie sind durchaus autorisiert 
¥vent. mit einem amerik. Verlag Füiehlung zu nehmen. V/er ist uebrigens 
der Aurora Verlag? Darf ich Cie vertraulich folgendes fragen? Mss AI ort 
schlaegt mir zur Mitarbeit bei den Dioskuren ihren S hwager, "^rof. A., 
Psychologe, vor. Ich weiss nichts ueber ihn und waere Ihnen dankbar, wenn 
Sie mir ueber seine Eignung etc. naeheres mitteilen ;vollten. Da ich bei 
meinen Bestrebungen sehr auf !&ss Ai ort angewiesen bin, koennte es natuer- 
lich einen Vorteil haben, ihren Schwager heranzuziehen, natuerlich nur, 

wenn er die Qualifikationen besitzt Der Verlag zahlt 150 Frs« 

p. Druckbogen uebliches Format Dioskuren " 

That is all. Immanuel "is waiting forhis "break'fast. 
Good luck. Love, love 



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noon time, the location of the Inn i« r€ry 
prBttyt muncheon ralr# room unrortunately 
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tne Sinai inesa oi tne rooB ana the otiiejr hötel 
guestSf alles Stamm esgenösseti« 
Franz and Fritzi enjoyed their rllght 
a^#Y.-Albany very much* You apparently had 
a good trip toc# I was very lia^^^y to recelve 
your cable fr<^m Nevrfourjdland this toöJrning 
in Albany before we leftf und just thle tr?inute 
your cable from Franc e arrired* 1 hope 
everything goes alright with you and you have 
an interesting, fruitful and enjoyable time« 
From Northampton the following letters were 
forwardedi 

itat Jew» Ccmmltte«, Auf 14t r^ry delighted 
that you have agreed to be a member to the 
peace ^onferencc# Outside Mr* Blausteint the 
group consiets of Judge Fhllipp Porman^of 
TrentoHf N#J#| Morris D. Waldman^ Dr# "^egal of 
the Foreign Affairs Dept^^ Vrot. lauterpacht 
Canfcridge has agreed to serve as ••our legal 
ccnsultant and Is now in Parl8#^ Headquar t er 8 : 
49 biSf Are. Eoche^ Paris (tclxWagran 0376) 
They have informed llp# Blauet ein that you will 
be in Paris between Sept#l6 and 26* ••Please 
let me know if we can do anythlng to facllltate 
your trlpt and rest assured that the Committee 
feels indebted to you for your helpfulness#* 
Jew» liccture Bureau- Ifew York inquiring as to you 
avallability for the Sunday or any day during 
the thanksgiving weekend for the Jew* Com« 
Center In Allentown, Ventil They also want to 
kn w whether j^'ou are available for the JPassalc 
••Y* on either January 8 or 15. The 15th Is 



preferatle* In wro^e them that you aire 

in Burope and will get in toueöh with thein« 

You forgot tc leavc with m« the liöt et 
your free dateg# 

Urs* Kuhn sent Aisich^B karte fröm Conti* 
RiTer# 

llrs# Ganong sent a nice welcome letter* 

That ie all# 

I am going now down to the ga^den tö 
jcin Franz and Ftital* We all wil^ go 
to town^ to inail the letter* 

I am waiting, waitingt walting to hear 
how your trip really wast how you found 
France and Sngland« 

Give ijjy hest to Robert« DÖien does he 
intend to come to the USA? 

Albany was a rather dull place^ the hotel 
not too good* On iry way back I plan to 
spend one night in Pittsfield# the hotel 
there seems to be so muoh better* 

All ny love and all ny beet wlshe« and 
viele, viele Kuease 



Yours 



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August 18th# 3946 



today sunny and coolf the countiy 
moet beautiful* The hotel manager 
prornised me a better room for tiext week» 
the one I have now is eine Kajnmert tiny^ 
bot and stuffy* 

The mail brought 

BIS Notes (shall I keep theo for youl') 
postal Card froin Oscar Frankl cöngratu- 
lating you to ycur trip to Eurcpe 
Menorah sends back report Jtoglo-Ani*Coinin# 

on Pal* 

Gen# European Observer (shall I keep it^) 

Prof* Eimer Bei 1er t 19 locust Place, 

Sea Cliff, N.Y. wrltes: •! read a note 

by your publisher in yesterday^s Times 

that you were soon going to Europe* This is 

to wish you good luck and a very successful 

trip* It wil3 be possible finally to go 

back to Princetcn next month, and I am 

looking forward to teaching again* 

Margaret jcins me in best wishes to you 

and Mrs Kohn# We nust get tögether vAien you 

return* P.S* I wish also to thank you 

for the note you wro^e to me in the hospital* 

I was there until lfey#* 

Prcskauer^s report about the Conferences 

in Washington with regard to the Pal/ 

Situation • ''It is strongly feit by some 

that Great Britaln will not permit the 

entry of the 100,000 Js#f excepting as 

part of an agreement of a general plan -,„i. 

for the dev^opmcnt and subsequent goTernmenx 



of P. Wc will contlnue to urge that the 
100,000 ahould "be presently admltted, büt 1 
an doubtful of the succeas of the movement» 
The p vaillng opinion Is that the Orady report 
is wholly unacceptahle. Sone of the interested 
peoplr in hoth goTernmental and Jewiah clircles 
with ^om I talked hellere that In effeöt the 
plan outllned in that report would he the 
equiralent of tuming P. ever to Great Brltain 
freed of the ohligations of the Ifendate» 
Meanwhile it hecomes more and more vital 
momentarlly to agree to some pJan that will 
permit the entry of the 100,000 Jew« and 
In addition to thia permit the auhaequent 
Jcwiah imniigration into some or all of P» to 
contlnue»*. « " 

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Today 's Book Rerlew brings two rerie^B 
from you, one short one slgned H*H# World 
Politics, Political Handbook by V* Mällery, 
one long one on page 22 THE OERMAK AND Tlffl WÜST 
The Course of German History by Taylor* 
Beides liest sich gut* 

Biclosed best seller list« 

Tonight we intend to see Caesar and Cleöpatrat 
Which is given in this town^s cinema* 

I axn waiting for letters from you# they 
probably will not arrire before the end of this 
weeke 



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Innigst Beine 



7, Januar 194.5. 



M.L. 

eben - um 6,30 abends - hat Imiaanuel angerufen, Gf^stern abend hatte er gar 
nicht telefoniert und ich war recht beunruhigt. Er erklaerte heute, dass er 
nicht dazu gekommen war, - Er ist ziemlich sicher, dass er naechstes Wochen- 
ende frei sein wjjrd und erwartet Dich« Ich sagte ihm, dass wahi'scheinlich ein 
Wochenende spaeter Rüben und ich komnen wuerden* - Bie Pakete hat er alle er- 
halten, musste aber das meiste abgeben, da eB nicht erlaubt ist, Nahrungsmit- 
tel ins camp zu schicken. So muessen wir die Sendungen nun einstellen* - 
Er klang heute weniger muede, abv/r, v/as seine Zulcunft in der M«M. anbetrifft 
nicht optimistisch. Er meint, es wuerde sich waehrend der Woche entscheiden, 
welchem Department er zugeteilt vaierde. 

Gestern nachmittag waren Mohlers hier. Er brachte Dein Buch, das er nachmittag 
beim Hampshire Bookshop gekauft hatte, uin es von Dir autographieren zu lassen, 
bestand aber dann darauf, dass wenigstens ich es zeichne, was mich sehr amue- 
sierte. Ich tat dies jedoch auf der letzten Seite, Sie brachten mir auch Blu- 
men« Es geht ihnen im Amherst gut, sie sind in anscheinend sehr schoenes 
Haeuschen gezogen, ihre Tochter ist seit einem Jahre an einen Lehrer verhei- 
ratet. Beide unterrichten an einer Privatschiale in Connecticut. 



In der bhtitigen N,Y, Book revlew ist ein Beitrag von Dir - Besprechung des 
Kelsen und V/riston. - Heute schneit es den ganzen Tag, es ist kalt und truebe 
und das Haus so leer. The Mooji and Sixpence ist sehr spannend, leider habe 
ich es mjir sehr bald ausgelesen ♦ Ich habe Ijr^manuel angefragt, ob er es viel- 
leicht haben will« Doch sagte er mir heute abend, dass er vorlaeuflg gar nicht 
zum Lesen komme. Er hofft, spaeter mehr Zeit zu finden. 
Sonst ist nichts vorgefallen. Die Nachrichten aus dem Westen sind recht 
beunruhigend. Vfie fandst Du die Rede von Rooeevelt, mir scheint sie sehr gut. 
Wie war die Fahrt? Ich hoffe. Du fuehlst Dich gut in Chicago und hetzest Dich 



nicht zu sehr ab, - Ich habe den groessten Teil des Tages gelegen und hoffe, 
bis Du zurueck bist, recht ausgeruht zu sein, Petersburgh werde ich abschrei- 
ben. Ich habe zwar grosse Sehnsucht nach Waerme und Sonne, aber ich fuehle, 
beides wird mir, so fern von zu Hause, nicht die Rulie bringen, die ich vor 
allem brauche, um mich zu erholen. 
Lass es Dir gut gehen. Gruosse Sul.zbergers sehr. 



Inaigst Deine 



September 7th, 194-6 



M.L. 

This mornlng your postal card from Basel (Sept •lst)and two letters 

from Zuerich (2nd and 3rd of Sept.) arrived* I am terribly sorry 

that no letter of mine reached you before you left for Ascona, but 

I hope you received them all before you took the plane to Prague* 

I shall give all yoiir messages to Einsteins this afternoon. 

I had a veiry good time yesterday. Einsteins called for me aroiind 

10 o'oclock in themorning and we drove reute 66 and than 20 to 

Stockbridge, had picknick }?uncheon on the way at a lovely lake# 

We called on friends of Einsteins, a painter from Dessay who worked 

at the Bauhauö and, what we found outduring our conversation, was a 

patient of Heinrich whose »aerztliche Kunst" he praised very much, 

They are delightful people, llving during the summer in a most comfortable, 

beautifully furniched house in Stockbridge which belongs to a member 

of the Museum fof Modern Art in New Yorkt From there we proceded to 

New Lebanon, again visiting friends of Einsteins, Dr. Fred Schv;arz 

from ^eichenberg. He forrnerly was a textile industrialist in Gzecho- 

slovakia, knows Moller well. I^ ^^ew Lebanon they boTight a really 

beautiful farm with two modern and exquisit ely furnished houses and 

run an inn. Schwarz and his wife, he apparently in his early AOs, she 

middle or end of 30,. are wry nice, intelligent people, as far as 

I could see, excellent housekeepers, and I am only too sorry that 

we did'nt know about their place before ?/e went to Gt. Barrington, 

they are about 12 miles from Tanglewood. Dr. Schwarz knows you from 

the New School, he was introduced to you after one of your lectures 

by a young American. Vie all promised that we would bring you up to 

the farm as soon as you return to this country. It seems to rae it 

would be an ideal place to spend a vacation. 

The mail brought: cheque for f'250 from Commentary (a life saver) , 

whoch I am going to cash this morning. 

Ivtr. James Clarke, Dept. pf State, Washington writes that he spent 

three months in Greece with Grady*s mission and two months in Sofia 

as press attache. He probably will remain in V^» either as chief of 

the State Dept» 's Balkan intelligence and research section or a 

similar job in the War Dept» Ke had an off er this ummer from the 

Univerzity of Maine which he refused. He sent you a few reprints 

of articles of his v/hich I keep for you. 

The N.Y. Herald Tribüne of Aug. 28 contains a letter by H.J. Katibah, 

edit. Institite Arab-Am. Affairs re. the Situation in Palestine in 

which he mentions : "We woiold like to refer Mr. Chanis to the works of 

a prominent Jewish scholar, Professor Hans Kohn, especially his book, 

"Nationalisra and Iraperialism in Hither Asia" in refutation of his 

vicious double attack on the Arabs, in Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Palestine and 

even in Saudi Arabia much is being done by Arab rulers and leaders to 

raise the living Standard of the common people." 

Printed Matter: From Hans Preis, London: Russian-English Dictionary 

and a leaflet, Jugendbewegung by Borinsky and Milch; 

New School Bulletin, vol. 4, No. 1; Dana Hall Bulletin, The Torch, 

leaflet from Runham Bro\7n,EnglaiKl j Time and Tidw. 

Einsteins were just now here to invite me for luncheon tomorrow, 

and I read to them parts of your letter from Ascona and Basel concerning 

their friends. Have you by any chance seen a Mies Neuburger in Ascona, 

also a friend of Einsteins? 

T>,is is the last letter I address to Prague, the next one on Monday 

is already going to Paris. 

All my best wishes and all my love. How I long to see youl Yours, 



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ich bin eben mit dem Packen förtlg gewör» 
den. Morgen frudi ziehen wir Ab. Oegen 
Mittag werde ich wohl in Pittsfield sein. 
Wir haben heute noch einen sehr schoenen, 
sonnigen Tag» eigentlich den waermsten 
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erhielt heute Deinen zweiten Brief aus 
Paris Tom 18. August* Die Verbindung 
hierher scheint besser zu funktionieren 
als htnr von hier nach Buropa* Ich habe 
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Montag in einer Woche fahren wir vm hier 
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news from you tmtil Monday. After l\inch ;ve intend to leave for 
Waban. Ir-anuel is going itonda:' mocninß to Harvard to ^'fßjf ^^. . , ^^ . ^^ 
for thp snring term. Itonday afternoon -.ve plan to be back in Northampton . 
Seme day next week (as soon as his uniform is bfick from the cleaner, 
the bagpage has not yet arrived, he sent railway express from Mobile; 
he will^go to New York to discuss with the ".Jar Adm. his Status and 

his chances to be discharged. . , ^ v ^ 

^esterdav during lunch time «Ir. Epstein (vvho once stayed in our housej 

called together with hiß 19 years old son who, after having been 

d ischarges from the navy, is a sophomore at Harvard. E. works an the 

State Dept. in Washington. 

Steiner who is again in town working with Jane Adams and Mrs. Norton 

telephoned. I shall see him bej!5inning of next week. 

A highschooi.girl, intelligent and apparantly nice, will work for us 

on Tuesdays and Sundays (1-4) and Francis promised to come bcsides on 

Fridays vYednesdays afternoon. 

Ilail very noor: Harvard Un. Press: "I have had for months a 

nemoranduiii'thf.t we may expect a manuscript fron you under title of 

Th^ Twentieth Century, Trends and Conflicts, and I wonder whether this 

is to materialize in the near future. Let me congratulate you on the 

progresf you have been making in the Publishing field, and I hope ^^ 

that you have not entirely forgotten us.... Roger L. Scaife, Director 

I wrote him that you are abroad and will get in touch with him after 

voiar return. Literary Clipping Service: very good review of i^phets 

and Peoples by Louis Cohen in Inquirer, PhiladephlÄ, it ends : "Dr. Kolrn's 

treatise is a laagnificant synthesis of complicated data. The lawmakers 

of Hinter College would do well to study these challenging pages. ., 



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morning already Joel telephoned, he apparently left yesterday for 

'^ ..-•>'; Phoenix. I am very sad. . « 4. 

4^^ 9-"^- v.jW tried several tim^s to reach Miss Gabel, she shens to be out of town. 
i^ fL ^' ..V- igy^ j,j.g^ Koffka teils me that no decision has yet been made. 

I hope when I coma back on Monday to find nany good letters from 
you and also a cable that you arrived safely in Paris. 










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Imranuel still looks tired. Last .night he was out, either with Mary 

or Paul D., butwas home before midnight. He took me out for dinner 

to Rahar and, believe it or not, paid for it. The food Situation 

is again very bad, not a piece of meat in the markets. Until now 

we have always had dinner out. The restanrants seem to be well ^ 

supplied with meat, Immanuel always has steak. VJhat do you think ol,r^f^^ 

Wallace speech with T."s blessing. It is discouraging to read^the / ^^^f^-^:) 

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29. ÄBgust 1946 




M.L. erhielt heute Deinen Brief ▼©» 26» 
Naturalization paper lag <i«V^«£^^^^J.; ^^^^^^ 
An Harcourt, Brace & Co.. Jew.I^cture Bureau 
und Encyclopaeäia ha^be ich in ?«J«e^ Sinne 
«tcM-ie?en. Von Schlamm Icajn kein Wert. 
Da^^ hrachie die heutige Post von Commentary 

p^fSs of your article. "^«f <* Jf,;VPif J^ ^3 
make the desired changes and return to us as 

^nc u o ^ achreibe ihnen» dass Du 

aoon as possllhie. icn »J^^f^^"" .* «^ ' oeheek 
erst am 27. Sept, zurueck kommst* Den scnecjc 

haben sie nicht geschickt. 

Ausserdem kam folgendes» >. _<^„ „«j 

Abdruck aus The Am. Journal of Economics and 
Socioloiry des Artikels "Comment on recent 11t. 
on Hat?fJalism and Minorities- von Roucek. in 
Sem ?he Idea of Nat. und Prophets and People» 
ausserordentlich lobend erwaehnt lat., 
?Sr^ogressive, June 10. mit kur«er sehr guter 
Ssp^chung von Prophets and I^f^Pjf^'/^J^,!^"-. 
Roucek; Raymond Drewiy von Srpingfield Jcllegei 
»SeffinAin/on Sept. 24 we are planning to have 
10 ÄlSIs "cne^weekly) on "The «^ited Kations • 
Tta First Three Years of Ilf«". ¥e theught a 

courseTevoted tc n.ed of tJjJ^J-^-if ^^f^iei'' 
purpose, precedmg organlsaticns, the charter 
etc.... would be very valuable for the teacners 
Ol ihi; area. What topics do y^« ^^^"^^f^°"^^ 
>^* iTir»luded? What men do you think cou±a 
preseSi ontormore topics fcr us? Would you 
?e available for any of these "Meetings?- 
(ich habe ih^ mitgeteilt, dass Du bis ^Je Sept. 

in Buropa l^ist). Von Y"»** "T^^^^/^^^^^^Lor 
letter of July 2^ in regard ^^.*^^ J^^^.f ^^j, 
articles. As you nave suggested, we eJ^J-}' ^«J.. 

Sbbi E. Berger t° P^^P?^%!?!,r;iefSH;fsS! 
We have made notations to delete «J«?-?, J«^«^*' 
Carpatho.a«Bllkraine. ^«izij «nd |t|tUg^ - 

Koenigsberg will also be ^f^^J^ _ ^j, 



a cross 



reference to Bast Prussia. I note that you say 
we rrobably will not want an article on Silesla. 
We nave tentatively added 1000 worda to Auetrla, 
makinß a total of 1565 ♦ and 1000 word« to 
Czechoslovakia, making a total of 1855. Uhlese 
we xiear rrom you to the contrary, we shall plan 
cn omitting tne article Slovakia. How much^do 
you axaggest that we cut Greecc?- Our tirst layout 
beglns about Cot. 19, and any cthei* changes which 
vou ohould decide about oetween now and thcn, such 
as ftiineland, Saar, Teschcn ana Ukraine we would 
toe glad to near about. Changes which occur later 
can be incorporated into our seeond layout. 
XJhder seperate cover I am scnding yoü paste^ups 
from the 1946 Year Book." Iwcille Baker beabsich- 
tigt teilzunahmen an einem Dodd-Mead 'Cxtbuch 
Contcst und .ragt an, ob Du bereit waerest, outlm 
zu lesen und Vorschlaege zu machen, -^ch schrieb 
ihr. dass I>u erst Bide Sept. zurueck sein wirst 
und aass sie sich dann noch einmal an Dien wenden 
soll. - S. i>urai Raja Smgam, Kuala lumpur» 
»•I propose to puDiiah a book of tribute» from 
eminent writers ol Bast and West on tne great worJc 
Dr. Ananda K. Coomaraswany oi u.e auseüm of Pme 
Arts. Boston has done lor iiiaia and the world. 
I shall deem it a great favor if you would be 
kind enough to send me a contributlon in the way 
of a tribute, reminiscence, appreciation or 
study." -- Von Einsteins hatte ich sehr netten 
Brief, sie erwarten ihr Auto diese Woche. 

Weute vormittag haben wir trotz Regens eine 
Jrelstuendige lus .wanderun durch den Wald gedacht. 
Es war sehr sohoen, wenn a^ö^^^^^^f «"J* ^°;T„^^^ 
?Ltlich bessert sich das ^«'^^«^♦.J^J^.^f ^.^1'^*' 
nur z'wei regenlose Tage gehabt. Uhd das Hotel 
Se r ist nicht gerade auf schlechtes Wetter ein- 

Dein^Telegraram aus Zuerich habe ich erhalt«! und 

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leavinP' for Greeee apoiogialng that she 
dld not invite us to the wedding ceremonies 

?i%ne ciappel. ^öycl«P*«5^%SrLJ:^S?et 
Ol Hungary . Mr. Magnes aenda the panqphlet 
äleSinf A Bi-National State and writes» 
«Please come Monday aftemoon at 5 o'oclock 
to the Hotel Wyndhaa. 42 West 58 Street. 
I have invited a few people to discuas 
Jorming a group which will advocate the 
idea cmtained in the paa^hlet «A Bi- 
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I sent you already today two letters I I just got j'our letter of Monday 
and I an very happy to hear that the weather thou^h c old Is sunny and agree- 
able. Especliilly I am happy tJiat the brlef rast has already done so much to 
overcome your fati^ue, and that you can now read and wall: for hotirs without 
fatitTue. That is what all doctors ascribb to the Floi^ida climte, 

I am astonished tliat you did not get on Monday any mall fron Northar.nton. 
As I VTTote you I caine back on Priday afternoon (did you get my lettoiE from New 
York; the last I v/rote together v/ith the poen from Victor Sax) and I sent letters 
rroin here to you on Saturday mornlng which should have reacJied you llonday mornlng. 
You Rust certalnly have more mail thap anyone elee in the hotel. I hope ^^ou 
..^Jffx/-^-^ ^^° °*-^®^ hoteis, ixi St. Petersburg, and find out about other 
possioilities. Naturally February is the. worst month in Florida as re^ards over- 
crowdxng. 

^rite me how nuch money I should send you. I v/ill send you then a bank 
check v/hich you can easily cash an^/T/here. I also enclose alr/ays all r^ail. Please 
do not keep an^-thing or retiim an;iihing e::cept for the one letter from Yale . 

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Dear Yettle: 

I Sit here in the pleasant Company öf llargie v/orklng on the Fueter and 
ansv/ering the mail v/hich Just came*. ünfortiinately there was no letter from you« 
As I leave early in the aftemoon I shall have no mail from you "until Satiirday 
night when I come horae with Imnianuel vjho ap]:)arently intends to go skiing Sunday. 
I enclose whatever came of Kail« As you sec it is nothing, of any iraportance, 

Tliis raornin'g I had three telephone calls, one from Wellesley about a lecture, 
one from' Grisha v/ho is still in the Commodore Hotel and whom I shall see this 
afternoon and evening, and one from Rose Lanes» These three calls were not collect 
but a fev; minutes la±er Immanuel called collect to teil me what I knew already fJDom 
Rose Lanes namely that he has left yesterday the hospitable bome of the Lanes, 
and has now his definite quarters# He is in Lowell House, L 13, which means that 
he has a room on the groinid floor. According to Rose^s description he has a small 
bedfoon with a double decker bed, büt his roommate hasnH arrived yet, a sitting 
room which serves also as a study for the tv/o and a private bathroom, so he is 
as comfortable as a prince. He sounded very liappy on the telephone» 

Last night I had dinner at Wilder House 'V7ith ll!rs« Holmes« They served a 
stew and a pie which both were rather surprisingly good« 

I shall write you naturally from New York and from providence» I shail meet 
the Lanes and Immanuel at ;^:00 in Boston on Saturday and drive home v/ith Immanuel. 

Sunday at noon I am at a dinne^ in Dewey house with Laura Bornholdt« Sunday 
after six I go to a party to Krs« Gree^*s v/ho lives nov/ in the Kotschnig house 
and then I was invited to dinner at Rahar^s by Miss Frisch, the Vienn/ese instructor 
of art and Anita Arvine. On Llonday at present I have no invitation yet but I 
shall certainly be able to arrangc one if I donU feel like eating home* On Tuesday 
noon I eat At the Emergency Council where Kraushaar is speaking on Policy in 
Japan. Tuesday night I am invited to dinner at the Taverjt given in honor of Kark 
Van Deren. On V.*ednesday noon I am leaving for Boston, v/here I am staying at the 
Bellevue Hotel. Thursday I am in New York at the Biltmore, Friday at the V/estover 
School in luiddlebury, Conn., near V/aterbury—all these for telegraphic communication 
should there be any need— -and Satxn*day before noon I am home. 

The weather is snovjy again, the sky is dark and clouded. I hope it is better 
in the south. I also hope that you get my much mail regularly. 

Yours, 



Konday I shall probably eat home in the evening for I have at five o'clock a lecture 
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Dear Yettie: 

I returned laat night and found the house etil] standing and in good 
Order. Frances was here, thc washing is drying in the cellar« The Weather 
last night was not bad but when I v/oke up this noiniiing after a rather restless 
night, I found a violent snov/storn* Nov; it has subsided but everything 3s 
deeply covered viith many inches of sno?/. Kargie who ordored her taxi at 10:15 
only now arrived. She had to v;ait one hour and a lialf for the taiKi. They 
have not plowed the side roads yet* 

r^rgie v/111 stay here over luncheon. Te only problen is there is 
nothing in the icebox because the Einsteins didnH bring anything. But we 
shfill have egge, coffee and fruit • ^In the evening I shall take a taxi to 
the Hotel. 

Llrs. Holmes telephoned and invited me for dlnner tomorrov/. But I am 
tomorrow at the Gernian house, L'onday evening at the Faculty club with the 
New Zealand minister, Tuesday evening at Dewey house with Laura Bornholdt 
and V/ednesda^ evfeiilng, after the departnient meeting v/ith Ltrs. Hdmes at V/ilder 
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Fror. Immanuel not one line« Nor a call. 

Grisha telepböned this morning immediately after bis arrival, from Mexico. 
He is staylng at the Commodore Hotel but is looklng for a more permanent room. 
He had a cable from Juditji. She dld not leave 1^ eltlier of the tv/o ships v;ith 
which she had intended to arrive on orlglnally on Feb. 7 and then Feb. 15» 
She sailed only on January 31 on some small freighter and is due in New York 
at the very end of February or the beginnlng of Karch. They v;ill stay in New 
York until the middle of April« There is thus no hurry for your coming back 
on her account« The main thing is that you like it there and get a real rest 
and real colorl I shall see Grisha Thursday evening when I cone to tovm for 
my lectixre. 

In the raail: the definite confirmation from the Princeton Institute. ^ 
I thus wrote the official application for a löave for the whole sabbitical year. 
I sent you all the other things in the mail und er ordinary envelope« Among it 
a very nice letter by Hutchens and a lett^r by Vxs. Ed. Murrow that Y/e have to 
postpone the dinner party» 

^ I am leaving Thursday noon for New York, and Friday for Providence, speaking 
Satttrday mornlng at the Naval V/ar College. The address of Arlene Mitchell is 
Krs. E. Kent L'itchel, 323 Cumberland Road, South Orange, Ngt/ Jersey. Perlial« drop 
her a card. 

I hope everything is all right in Florida. .1 shall reiK)rt tomorrow whether 
I aaw Immanuel and how he is. 



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947 Berkshire Festival 

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Bet^een Lenox and Stockbr:ooe, MASSACHUSErrs 




Twelve Concerts by the 

Boston Symphony 
Orchestra 

SERGE KOUSSEVITZKY 

Music T)irector 



Sunday afternoon, July 13 

Sunday afternoon, July ao 

Thursday evening, July 24 
Saturday evening, July 20 
Sunday afternoon, J uly a? 

•c I Thursday evening, July 3^ ) 

\V Saturday evening, August a> 

! Sunday afternoon, August 3) 

^^ I Tuesday evening, August 5 

Thursday evening, August 7 
Saturday evening, August 9 
Sunday afternoon, August 10 



Extra Concert, Music oj BACH 
Extra Concert, Music oJ MOZART 



SERIES A 



SERIES B ^^ \^ \ 

Extra Concert, to include 
Beethoven's Ninth Symphony 

SERIES C 








GEORGE E. JUDD, Manager 



VICTOR RECORDS 



BALDWIN PIANO 



Music to be played at the 

Berkshire Festival, 1947 

At the two extra Sunday afternoon concerts, Dr. 
Koussevitzky will conduct music oi Bach and A/öz^r/, perform ed 
by an orchestra of eighteenth Century proportions. 

Dr. Koussevitzky, who will conduct the greater part of the 
concerts, has invited Leonard Bernstein and Robert Shaw as 
guest conductors. 

The programs as planned, are as follows: Series A — Brah?ns 
Second Symphony; Schubert Seventh Symphony; Copland 
Third Symphony; Rachmaninof Third Symphony; Berlioz 
**Harold in Italy'' Symphony (Viola soloist: William Primrose); 
Hindemith ^^iolin Concerto (Soloist: Ruth Posselt); Barber 
Overture **School for Scandal; /^^y^/'Tavane*' and "La Valse/' 
and Martina Concerto Grosso. 

Series B will consist of a Beethoven Cycle, the Cycle to be 
concluded with an extra concert on the following Tuesday 
evening, August 5, at which the Ninth Symphony will be 
perform ed. 

The programs for Series C will include a Symphony by 
Haydn, Mendelssohn ''Italian" Symphony; Schumann Second 
Symphony, Stravinsky "Le Sacre du Printemps/' Tchaikovsky 
Fourth Symphony, Debussy *'The Sea," and Mozart Requiem 
(with chorus and soloists). 

Special prices for the three extra concerts (July 13, July 20, 
August 5) arc available to subscribers to any of the three Series. 

For listing of hotel or guest house accommodations in the Berkshires, 
write the Berkshire Hills Conference, Pittsfield, Massachusetts 

Please draw checks to Boston Symphony Orchestra, Inc. and address all 
inquiries to Berkshire Festival, Symphony Hall, Boston 15, Massa- 
chwsttts—aßerjune /, Tanglewood, Lenox, Massachusetts. Tel. Lenox 530 



TICKET PRICES 

{Federal Admission Tax Included) 
UNTIL JUNE 1, 1947, Series tickets and tickcts for Extra Concerts will bc available at 

the following prices: „^ 

THREE CONCERTS IN ONE SERIES: 

Böx(seating6) $90.00 Front Sections S,(>,\i,U^S,\6 . .$7.50 

Front Sections2,^,^^%n /^..r ^..//.«. 1 to 8 inclusive . . . 6.00 

13 7 9^ 11 9.00 Rcar Sections 9, 10, 11, 12 . . . . 4.00 

EXTRA CONCERTS - These prices available OiN^LF to subscribers to one or more of the 

three series: 

Sunday afternoon, July 13 (Back) $3.00 and $2.00 

Sunday afternoon, July 20 (Mo/art) $3.00 and $2.00 

Toesday evening, Aug. 5 (BF.ETHOVEK) . $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 (Box $30.00) 

Note: Persons who are unable to attend any of the Series but wish to apply fo^°»«°''»°^« 
of the Extra Concerts may do so now at the single concert pnces g.ven below. Orders w.ll 
bc fiUcd after June 1. 




Seating Plan - Music Shed, Berkshire Festival 

AFTER JUNE 1. 1947. any remaining tickets will be available ONLY at the foUowing Sikc.b 

CoNCERT prices: 

Sunday afternoon, July 13 (Bach) .... 

Sunday afternoon, July 20 (Mozart) ... 

. * '> ^ <; 7 10^ «4 00 $3.00 $2.50 (Box $36.00) 

Other concerts (July 24, 26, 27, 31, August 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10) $4.UU » 



. $4.00 and $3.00 
$4.00 and $3.00 



The Berkshire Music Center 

SERGE KOUSSEVITZKY, Director 

The Berkshire Music Center was established by the Trus- 
tee?and the Conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra m 
iqI to Provide an opportunity for music study m connect.on 
with ThrBerkshire Festival concerts. A s,x-week ses^on 
Tune ^o to August lo, is held under the direction of Serge 
Koussevi zky lith Aa on Copland as Assistant Director and a 
SÄ Faculty including the principal play^rs of the 
Sn^ton Svmphony Orchestra. Instruction is offered in hve 
DeortmenTs I - Orchestral and Choral Conducting, II - 
Srchest^aTpiaying and Chamber Music, III - Composition, 
?V- Opera, and V- Choral Singing and Ensemble Playing 
Students at the Berkshire Music Center participate in the 
.mdent orchestral, choral, chamber music and operatic groups, 
acquiHng a d reo understanding of ensemble Performance 
Imdents are entitled to attend all Berkshire Festival and 
Music Center concerts as well as many rehearsals for these 
^ents More complete Information may be had by writmg 
the BERKSHIRE MUSIC CENTER, Symphony Hall, 
Boston 15, Massachusetts (between June ist and August i>th, 
Tanglewood, Lenox, Massachusetts). 

Berkshire Music Center Concerts 

Numerous instrumental, choral and operatic Performances, 
for which no tickets will be sold, are given by the Berkshire 
Music Center (there were 40 such Performances in the 1946 
Session) These Music Center concerts are open to members of 
the Society of Friends of the Berkshire Music Center. A 
volunta y contribution to the support of the Center consti- 
voiuuLciiy Qnrlptv For further Information, 

;rse"TdreÄENDS O^^^^^^ 

CENTER Symphony Hall, Boston 15, Massachusetts (be- 
tween Jun I Jt and August I5th, Tanglewood, Lenox, Massa- 
chusetts). Checks should be made payable to the Boston 
Symphony Orchestra, Inc. 




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Dear Yettie: 

Today cane your letter of February l6th ( Sunday) , including 
Rüben 's letter which I fom/arded to Robert. 

I wrote you already today, you mvist get a lot of inail from tne, 
but I am now writing to enclose this afternoon's mail. 

From your lotter I see that you have an upper berth. That is 
of coiu-se no mlsfortime but it is most uncoraf ortable . The climbing up 
and dorn proces6 is rather painful, and one feels somewhat suspended 
up there in the air. You should in any case teil the railroad office 
that should a lower berth be cancelled which frequently hapi^ens, you 
wish to get it, that they should inform you iramediately. Again, now 
when you are getting to Imow some iieople there, it might be wise to 
stay a little longer and to get the füll benefit of Florida' s sunshine. 
You rdglit take the first lower berth you can get out of the plsce . 
There night be also lower berths before Iv!arch l6th out of Tampa or St. 
Petersburg and you might e&sily get at the beginning of lüarch a room for 
one night in one of the hot^ls there and take the train the next morn- 
ing out of Tainpa or St. Petersburg. 

The weather here is very good today, it is pleasant during the 
day and all the ice melts and becomes slush, and overnight it freezes. 
But the sty is blue, only under the feet is it disagreeable. One does 
not Imow, however, whether winter's horror will not come back in time. 

Soon the Israels with their car should come. As far as I could 
guess, my brief encounter with them in Iowa they are anti-Zionist. 

I am waiting to hear of your experiences in St. Petersburg. Un- 
fortunately I shall miss your riail for three days, as I am leaving 
tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. for Boston and shall be back only Säturday noon. 

For Sunday noon I am invited by Jennie Ledrer into the French 
House. I have no invitation yet for I.ionday but as I v/rote you this 
morning I am invited for Tuesday to the Josten's. Probably I shall go 
on Ivionday to the Einstein 's who telephone frequently and also do some 
Shopping . 

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Irinannels dlnner party ^entern abfrnd ginc ^ehr £nit, Aus^.er Joice v;ar 
eine UTourine von Tita Corbett, ein Junior, hier. Imr.anucls PVai nd ist 
ein netter (nicht selir bedeutend aus seilender) Jimge mit entern Benehmen« 
Et nieht juenf;cr aus als Innanuel, 7;ird aber v;ah scheinlich im gleichen 
iiltnr oder so[:;ar etv/as aelter sein, er war ztveieinhalb J.:thre in der Armee. 
■und ist auch Junior. 

Ich habe den Eindruck, dass die Beziehung Inxas zu Joice sich recht 
abrelruehlt liat. Sie v;ar nett, hat üen S i :ne-r ueber {rc arbeitet, v;as 
ihr viel SpaF^.s gonacht - und in diesen Jahr hat sio fuer das student 
Covernncnt verschiedene Fuiilztionen uebernonnon, sie ist sehr bescliaeftict. 
Heute nii.tQg^ waren beide Jimgen im r"arth£i //ilson house und heute abend 
sind sie ausge^ancen. Forcen abend fo.hren sie nach Cambridge zur-ued:. 

Ich hati.e Johairia zu Tisch und nachmittag furh ich sie, Dorothea 
Eerudi (die sehir netto 3uedamerikailerln) , deren lAitter, die alte Frau 
Kof.n^a und f.Ilss Ascher uebor I.Iornt •Tlolyoke nach Amherst und zurucck« 
Es war eine ganz herrliche Fahrt,- die Herbst faerbimg hat wohl heute den 
HocheTTunkt erreicht. 



Im diesv/oechigen Scan - so erzzaehlt -imn mir - ist selir Ancrkennondes 

von Dir gsag^t. Ich bekokne die .'furnrncr morgen und werde Dir darji berichten. 

Morgen abend bin ich z'on Abendessen mit Johanna bei Einsteins. 

Linda I.ocke hat mir heute den Scheck- ueber v50 gegeben. 

Die Bookreview Sektion der iJ.Y. Times hat heute nichts von Dir 
gebracht. -^ 

v;ie hörn soll unr.er Beitrag fuor den Co'ir.unity Chesi sein? 

Das V^oclienprogi^amn von Smith bietet nichts besonderes; morgen 
spricht Rocs vom F^conony Dept. ucbrr die Preissteigerung, am LIittv/och 
findet das erste der grossen Konzerte statt, ein Violinist, der, jeden- 
falls mdT, unbekannt. Am Fi^eitag spricht in der Serie der Fi-eitagelladi mittag 
Vortraege Viereck ueber "Luse and I.achine", den zweiten Vortrag gibt 
Einstein.- Es sind fuenf Vortraege geplant. 

'y^on Jean V/ilson habe ich nicht weiter gchoort, weiss daher nicht, ob 
tie gemaess meinem Vorsclilag gehandelt. 

'Dtis ..etter ist herrlich und Uortham]7tcn augenblickJ.ich besonders sdhoen. 
Icn habe nach imserer Spazier: alirt mit Johc^nna einen and erthalbs tuend igen 
o pazierfia nr cronnr.ht 

Lebwohl. AJles, alles Gute. 

Innigst Deine J. 




Vrs. IL Föhn 



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Iinipanuel imd sein Freund cind lipute frueh um acht UhrJ auferstanden 
und Tennisspielen gecancen. Sein Freund scheint ein netter, ihra 
ergebener Jun^e zu sein. Gestern abend \7aren sie aus zun Tanzen. 
Heute mittag wollen sie event. zun limcheon nach Ilause komnen und 
gegen sechs Uhr fahren sie ab. Johanna ist ganz beceistort von 
iTjTianuel's AuEseheu, findet ilin bildhuebsch und, wo immer ;vir hingehen, 
hoeren v/ir Iirns Lob singen. Trs. Bidv/ell hat noch i-rnner keine Reserva- 
tion fuer naechsten Sommer gefunden, hofft, definitives im Movember zu 
erfahren. 

Heute frueh erhielt ich Deine beiden i^riefe von 7. und S. Oktober. 
An die verschiedenen Verlage werde ich wegen Herrn Hiehans sclireiben. 

Johanna bleibt nur einen I.:onat im. Osten, sie ist wirid-ich nur aus 
Sel-msticht nach uns cekom!-:cn. Eire Eoropafalirt rjiechstes Fruehjalxr ist 
noch ganz unbectl'^Tt. Hanns geht es anscheinend gesundheitlich recht 
gut, er spielt viel Cello tind hat ein gutes Quartett. Johanna sieht 
unveraendert vaus . 

Holloway, U.S. Jfeval Academy,Annapolis : ".'.'e are deLi.;hted to learn 
that Irofer::or Hohn will be able. to address the midshipmen this year. 
V/e are scheduling his lect^jre x'br the evening of Ivlarch 12, one of tho 
dates suggested in your last letter." 

•Eben v/aren die Lsnes hier, auf der Dub-chfahrt von .dlliamctov/n. 
Sic blieben nur kiJirze Zeit, das öie zurueck sein Muencen in DoGton* 
Deine Papiere hat er verkauft und ich sagte ihn, er solle das Geld 
bei rieh beh-alten, bis Du kornnst* 

lief rer -Carr.hr idge, bestaetigt den Ernpfanc von 1b3 

I.Bcmillan schickt Rechnujiß ueber- $9.S2 fuer zv/ei Exemplare von 
Tc!ea,die sie an Peroutka uiid IJa^/ratil gesandt haben. 

Clara Llayer cclireibt mir: "ThanJ-:^ you vcry much for forv/zrding the 
letters that cane in reply to v/hkt Hans v/rote» I knov; you have much^ 
to de and I appreciate it, V-Tienever you have a chance to v.Tite again 
. let me know v;hat you hcar fron Ilans - I am alv/ays interested in his 
•deines, even v/hen he is doing somethin^j less interesting than a trip 
to Surope." 

Heute abend bin ich mit Johanna bei Liinsteins zun essen, morcen 
abend bei Tay].ors zun dinner. llfeeii ruft mich lÄs. Charles Hill an, 
dass sie eine Karte von Dir erhalten und sich sehr mit Deinen Gruessen 
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Ich muss jetzt z^or Post eilen, sie v/ird heute anlaesslich Colujnbus Day 
um 12 Uhr gecchlossen. 

Wieder ein ganz herrlicher Tag! Johanna ist zur rihhtlgen Zeit 
hergekommen. 

Lass es Dir gut gehcnl tlerm Du nur besser schlafen koenntest und 
Dich v;irklich erholen vaierdestl An Ciar.imington kann ich gar licht 
denl':en. Es gibt so viel im Haus zu tun, uiid ich bin so danJ-cbar, 
dass ich mich kraeftig genug fuelile, die Arbeit zu leisten» 

Alles, alles Gutel Take good care of yo^irself. Ich umarme Dich 



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As I wrote you, Keeler Paus reserved the room for me at the 
hotel Plaza Athenee, 25 Av. Montaifane, lariso As you rembmber, it 
is the same hotel which I stayed at last year, and as I wrote you 
theu. it is extremely comlortably and weli-run - in fact - probably 
the best hotel in whicn I ever stayed. last year the price was not 
UTireasonable for the quality but I do not know what they Charge 
this year. The hotel here in z.urich is rather mediocre, especially 
my room, and rather overcharged in comparison with the hoteis in 
Lonaon or irabue. Last year my hotel and my ro.m here in ^urich were 
not better but it cost less than half of what I pay this year. 
Gnthe other hand, food is e>ood in the hotel, as everyv.here here, 
of the wealth and quality, of the pastry and chocoiates here m 
dwitzerland noone even in America has the slightest idea. If one 
coiues from ira^ue or London it is li-ie a new heaven of taste and 
color which greets one. In every respect all the stores here aisplay 
merchandise of a taste and quality which raatches the best in Amerkca. 
That is due partly to the hard work and the innate qualities of 

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You will get the letter probably on the tenth or eleventh, 

ana please reply to taris. I am sending you two letters today, 
both stamped with special stamps which kindly Ice^p. 

Today is sunday, Immanuel v(^s not in Ko rtha mpto n. I have 
not yet receiveu any mail from 




The last letter I received was your letter from Monday which came 
thtrsday evening. I ho^.e to get tomorrow several letters, also to 
hear whether you go up to Cummington or whether the program at 
Smith is so interesting that you stay in Northampton, Time here 
is passing rapidly, and in a few veeks I shall be back, and quite 
happy to be back© 



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•eather is here now cool and deiightful. Mornin^s and evenings 
are rather chilly, in fact barely over freezing, but the sky is 
blue, and during the day, when the sun shines, it gets warm and 
cümfortable. I am not certcin whether I should not have taken 
a heavier overcoat, but tne excellent red sweater helps a ^reat 
deal. Jiut the weather couldn't be better than it is crisp 
and serene. * * 

As I wrote you, we were on friday at Sustenpass. It was 
a twelve hoar trip in a siehtseeing coach and rather tirin^. 
The high altitude and the quicK change from low to hi^h altitude 
and back natur^^lxy increased the fatigue. Nevertheless it vas 
worthwaie. We went first to the Lake of the J^our Cantons, the 
I Vierwaldstattemsee, and followed the famous road along'the lake 
from Brunnen to Altdorf. Then we went in the direction of the 
üotthardpass, ciimbed high up to Wassen, and there turned west- 
wards on the new bustenroado This road was only o )ened last 
year and was built during 1938-1945. It is an iniinitely more 
modern construction than the Gotthard road, and it is one of 
the tevj roads in Switzerland where I think you wou._d dare to 
drive your big buick , though even there you mi^ht feel some 
anxious moiuents. The road leads to a hei^^ht of Jt 2,400 meter;^ 
first on the side of the X Canton of üri, through a very wild' 
yalxey, where the glaciers reach lower than the road, then on 
the other side in the Canton of Bern, through a much softer 
Valley. Naturaliy we traveled over the mountains very slowly, 
so that one could stand up in the open-topped coach without 
being exposed to too much wind and indulging the incredible 
viewo We had dinner in a simple peasant house in the v?.lj.ey 
on the Bern side and the food was not only excellent but 
also so plentiful that with supreme efforts none of us could 
finish it. On the way back we passed through Mei ringen and 
Lucern and had one hour to walk there and to enjoy the quiet 
and sunny lifex of this resort city» 

But I am realiy not fond of high mountains. They are 
grandiose and awe-inspiring, but they lack a human quality, 
they lack that sense of proportion and moderation without 
which we fall so easily from the human into the super-human 
or the subhumano I prefer our New üigxand countryside, and 
I prefer what we saw yesterday afternoonj trof, and Mrs. Hans 
Barths took us in their little car to Northeast Switzerland, 
a countryside of great loveliness and exquisite design. They 
have an oid German car which in spite of its twelve years of 
Service still runs well, Prof. Barth is an excellent chauffer, 
and sometiiiies drives li«ce a madman. It is astonishin^ what 
Speed he can achieve with his little car. We had the top down 
and so we could see the valxey of the Rhine. We visited 
Schaffhausen which is a deiightful old city, and Stein-am-Rhine 
on the western end of the lake of Constance (Bodensee^ which 
is even more beatiful, a small town where no house is latei than 
the eighteenth Century and where each house is a marvel of 
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Monastery from the I4th Century is one of the choice pieces 
of "antiques- for which they would give millions of dollars in 
America, üany of the tSwiss viüages u through which we drove 
were also Jewels of quaintness, The Barths had their little 
dau^hter Ursula with them, a blond child of almost ten years 
very intelligent and at the same time not precocious, very well 
brought up by her mother and bcheuer and I have becoie very 
good friends with Ursula, to whom we gave one of the lovely 
Gzechoslavak peasant dolls which we received from krs Kopta to 
briHb to America, but which were certainly much more treasured 
by Ursula thein it would be in America. 

The Barths play here in ^urich the same role for nie as the 
Kopta s in Prague, and though the two are very different both 
the men and the womenj-ßi'is equally friendly and delightfulo 
Kopta is the typical poet, Barth the typical scholar. Kopta has 
the easier joyfulness of the Slav, Barth the thou^htful heaviness 
oi the bwiss. And their wives share these qualitieso 

Barth is starting his lectures at the University on thursday 
he lectures from eight to nine an Hegel and Marx, and from nine 
to ten on the Glassicai and Christian foundat-ions of the European 
concept of the state. I shali ^o to his lectures which come on 
thursday and monday from eight to ten and also to his seminar oa 
monday from ten to twelve. I have the Impression that he is by 
far the most important and lively man at the university here where 
most of the proiessors, as in all universities everywhere, are 
mediocrities, and many of them very dullo I find myself alweys 
in complete agreement with Barth' s philosophical and po.itical 
Views. Though liice most Swiss he makes in the beginning a rather 
dry and shy Impression; he has sometimes an astonishing wit and 
many of his remarks show an unusual profundity and persTjicacity. 
Mrs. Barth has been for many yeary an active musician and is a 
woiaan of veiy wide cuiture. J?or my personal tastes I prefer Mrs, 
Kopta tho has rauch more femininity while krs. Barth has a strea^ 
of severity. But she is a v.oman of great artistic tastes and the 
way in which their home is furnished and the manner in which it 
is run show a degree of perfection and at the same time of informal 
hospitality which is rarely found, 

As regards living conditions in Switzeriand - and that may 
also interest Immanuel in view of his plans of Coming over to 
üurope next summer - by the way did he get his ship reservations? 
- the prices are as foiiov.-int,: one can get good rooms in second-' 
rate hoteis in the big eitles for about five francs, v.hich corres- 
ponds more or less to one dollar. jiven in the hotel where I am 
staying and which is a rather expensive hotel, one can get füll 
board for the day,(tnree co..ious raeals) for nine francs, or two 
dollars. «e sometimes eat in the best restaurants where meals af 
a quality and especially of a quantity rarely found in America 
cost about one dollar twenty to one fiity» however, coffee or 
tea after the meal is extra, and they expect you here to drink 
wine,beer or mineral water, of which beer is the cheapest, though 
ä£ after some insistance and with some reluctance, they serve 
you ordinary water frie. Milk is rather rare this year because 
of the very severe drought, but meat is obtainable without rationlnß 
though it is expensive. Though restaurant prices are cheaper than 
in America, food prices in the Stores are not, and Shirts and 
clothing are definitely more expansive. On the other hand, one does 
not find hear this eagerness for tips which i-revails in irague or 
Paris. Jiverything makes the i.^^.rest.ion of utmost soiidity and at 
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i3ut poiite and pleasant. Qne sees here many more big American 
cars than in Prague or Lonuon - in fact I saw many Buick: 1947 's 
of the size of your nev, car# But on the whoie trafiic is here like 
in Pratiue, astonishin^^ly little, and even yesterday^ saturday af- 
ternoon, there v;ere hardly any car* on the road. I think this 
strikes one most if one coü^s froiii America. On the other hand, 
hundreds of thousands seem to ride their bycicles, which is again 
only ossible on accoun* of the little trafiic o 

Last night, we we^e with the Batths at the Opera* As I 
wrote you already, w^ jl^ää^I^x sav; the Medea vvednesday evening, 
- it v;as raagnifibc^^tly acted and it was a nev; proof that after 
all the inanitiep- of Broauway or of the London sta^e which is as 
norrible and othervvise inferior to the American stage, theatre can 
be a stirring experience. Last nignt something liice that repeated 
itseif. The program was Short and consisted of tvjo one-act operas. 
The second one was a kind of lit:,nt peasant opera by ZiOltan Kodaly 
with a nonsensical content and many trginsylvanian Magyar folksongs« 
It was lixce the Medea, extreiuely well stagea, and the ballet was 
j^'m^ and fool of elan« But the first o;^.cra wac a ^^-r^ot. pvp^rience, 
the first opera after Rosen^avalier which 1 appreciated. It was 
b/ Bela Bartok, written about 1913, and calied Bluebeard's Castle« 
It was an equisite piece of Staging witn wonderful lii_,hting effect s: 
there are only two Singers, a basso sM^x and a soprano, and both 
wer© uiitixpectedly brila.iant. The piay is symbolic and the symbolism 
is not always clear, especially if one has not read the text, 
(the basso sang on the whoie unusually clearly ana understandably 
but I couxd not always foxlow the soprano), and the music was 
deeply movin^ and füll of sur^rises and rather restrained. 
The soprano acteü well, a young woman froiu Aubtria, about 24, 
rather handsome but above all ex^res^in^ in her features and movement 
the caaracter of the ob^^tinate and tem^.tin^ five who must get her 
v/ill at whatever price© I would like to see this one act oi era 
again and I rather re^^ret that New York aoesn't produce it, 

As I wrote you already, we heard the Viennese bymphony Orchestra 
under Karl Böhm. It was nothing exceptional though good, especially 
the third Leonore Üverture« At the end they played Strauss waltzes 
and had to give two encores of Strauss. The public was most en - 
thusiastic but it was difficult to say whether the enthusiasm 
was due to the music or to the Viennese. The concert was held 
in Support of the starving Viennese. 

This Coming week the university starts, and as I wrote you, 
I shall go to the lectures of Hans Barth and to those of the 
thecogian Brunner. I shall have dinner engagements with a man 
of the Neue Züricher Leitung, with the chief editor Bretscher, 
one of the most intelligent men who I ever raet, on Thursday at the 
Barths, on tuesday with Axbert Muller, the chief of the foreign 
editorial staff and successor to Weibel, and on wednesday with 
Hans Hartmann, who recently was to Greece and the Balkans and told 
oiany interesting details of the truly desparate Situation in 
Greece, a country j& entirely devasted by corruption, rivalries 
ana bloody fmmds. The prosj, ects in jiiurope are not too encoura^irigi 
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We have lovely although chilly weather here. Yesterday we 
stro.led around in the quartier Lutin, I showed Wally where we 
lived in 19?1: The Hotel üxcelsior looks much shabbier and dirtier 
than it haa livea in my imabinc.tion. It is a certain progress k 
if it may be so callea, froüi tne i:ixcelsior to the Plaza Atheuee. 
V«e went into u.c..ny boolcstores and bought many books. Irices of booics 
have gone up too. Yet at the biacic market exchange rate they are 
still cheap. Then we went to Reid hall where the American women 
students are stayin^.It is a very lovely, typical oxd french hotel 
particulier, in a very quiet small street near the Boulevard 
Montparnasse, with a relatively large garden in the interior 
of the house. We saw Monsieur and kadtone Guilloton, and practicaily 
all the students. These whom 1 know we spuke too. There were ^ 
Jacoueline ^no, a senior of the french house, a friend oi BinKy, 

jiileen Rooney whom you certainly remember, and the two girls 
whom I met as seniors at St. Mary's school in New Hampshire when 
I s. oke there on the day Roosevelt died, Craig McLane and Carolyn 
French. Sheixa Prantz, ( a cousin of Jean wils.n) and ^i;ilia 
Lee (the daughter of Rensaleer Lee). We had luncheon with them 
and'the food Sas wonderful for France. V/e had ÄHors-d' Oeuvres 
oFcelery salad and beets, then a very good Goolash with potatoes 
and finaily soue rather mea^re fruit. In aduition naturaliy the 
o?ainary red-wine of the country. The girls were füll of praise 
for the quality of the food, ar.d tne general management of the 
house and of their entire trip to date. liease call Lee who is 
staying at the whitehouse again, and also Jean Wilson ana 
teil ?hem of the good health of their daughter and cousin 
reaJectJvely, and%erhai,s teil President Davis of these, my 

ceneral impressions. ,a ^ m ^ 

After lunch we took Jacqueline to a french movie, "Le 
Diable au Corps" an intelligent and interesting movie though 
fechiically not always clear. Later on we went to a Performance 
of Jules Romain« s comedy "Knock- a harmless farce, not very 
exciting but extremely well acted by Louis Jouvet and his 

'^"'^Jhanks to Wälii'^V^od^^u^is we are now regularly pre- 
parinfc bre. kfast. We have two adjacent rooms f« of whicn one 
can easS be transformed into a eitting room. We not only have 
bre- ^faat but also often supper in the room, and use, in 
addition lo sLuble coffee (nescafe) Americn and Swiss co.serves 
and locally bought fruit. Restaurants here are expensive and 
nS? saUsfLtory. öhould fm^nuel come to i^urope next year, and 
should condiUon; remain e^ they are, it will be most important 
h^f he :nS\aul prepare their own food i-^^nitriy^morf Au ritious. 

is not only infinitely ^^-P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^fr? of the Srchestra 

TViT c n-rtprnoon we ai e ^bOin^ oo a cüiiücx u ux u^^ 
..de craLfa^oir^e^ where we%hall he.r ^-lioz'^^amna -n of 
Faust" and in the evening we shall hear a clastical ^^encn co^e y 
fn the revival of the leading young french actor Barrault tne 
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no public transportation as yet in Paris, and that ther^ore I 
donot know how they will get home, but I hope they will succeed. 



I am enclosing a kind of report on iiurope. llease have it 
copied or stenciled and send copies to: 

- Clara Mayer, • • 

Prof» Edward Mead Earle (telling him and his wife our hopes 
of his füll recovery and telling hira that we shall Visit 
Princeton from New Brunswicic where I shall be giving the 
Dougiass lectures) 
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Professor Hans Kohn 
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Dear Ii'lr. Kohn: 

The informal dinner to Sir Carl and Lady Berendsen at the 
Faculty CIuTd on Monday,Februarv 10, will he at 6.45 o'clock (instead 
of at 6.15 as I first told you) • lör. Cantarella of the Lecture Com- 
mittee Y/ill be in Charge^ 

Sir Carl, v;ho is Minister from New Zealand and last year 
was Leader of the New Zealand Delegation to the United Nations 
Assemhly, will speak at 5 o'clock on Idonday afternoon in Graham 
Hall on "The Veto and Collective Security*" Will you "be so good 
as to call this lecture to the attention of your students^ 



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Professor Hans Kohn 
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Eben to»..t Dein erster Brief aus Prag von 22- «f f^f "=;; ^\^, 

SdTo";m.i! ^l^h^iitaHar nicht, »le Du leo.cliu eefo^an Mst 
und v;ie es ihm geht. 

An Pn^t nto- foipendes: Rechmmc der Yale University for clerical 
An ioEt nyr t.,.'^ ,",„,>, ^^ ,0 . ich schicke ihneii heute den Scheck, 
assistance of Ivirs. ialsh -..-S.Aö - icn -cnicKe xiu pvt'use mv 

T founJ^a neä of s^ufHo cllar up and then the fall term ms upon ^^. 
I have relayed fo.^ kind rcmarks on the office .taff (v;here favorxte 
von Ilv/ays vere5 and want to thanlc you in turn for your trxotite to my 
?:?hS S^alier^oncluct as Directcr. f ,-J-f-/^?!%fXH.ictratlve 

of'ered I hnne you ?eSi^e hov/ much yotu« courses mcanj» for the sunmer 
sfs'Ion* The co^^nts have been enthus.last ic in the extrene and you 
v;ere o e of oS^^tar attractions. Thanlc you again for nakm^ the Session 
uere one 01 our .^ r ^ ^,^ j ^^^3^ v/e shall ueet soon aßain and 

ITSS^t^S^fntäSera/^^^^^^^^ 

väoSSb'uSt then in this mornn^E.- There is -tÄlBC one feels the 
need of so much as ^ood stocki^gs just nov; - I was good to raee. you 
r.!!t^rdav I vms onlv sorry that you vrere not feelang well enough to co...e 
StSc mornlng - I trust itv,as nothing serious and that v,e rnay perhaps 
.^?t see you bofore you leave for Frague.- If not the vei,. best var^es 
for T-otV iourney £: do cone again next year - if thxs island is still 
i^vcTater^S^th College Sagt ar., ob Du Scan cUoses^Jag abonnxeren 
•v/U.lst. Bailey Rechnung fuer Insurance des neuen Jagen .,?5.öu. 

"^ Immanuel kom-t heute abend gegen 6.30. T/ir werden zu Haus essen 
iJId dann wird er wohl ausgehen. Bin neugierig, wie die Sache mit 
Joice steht« 

Gestern nachmittag besuchte mich Frau Viereck mit ihrem Baby, das 
miess aber erstaunlich brav ist. Sie schexnt aufgeweckt und ganz 
rescheit! sL erzaehJ.te mir auch, dass Immanuel totor in government 
ih^en g^sart'hlbo! dass Immanuel der brillianteste Stud.ent des 
ZTJZ% Sesem Jahr sei und er hoffe, Imi^anuel werde sich den 
f I^fnJJnm z^nvpnden - Die Viercks wohnen im alten Chalners house 
mI Febril, hoffe^dann ein IpartBont in der Harrison Ave. zu bekommox . 

Fuer heute nachmittag hat r.ich Jane Ziclenlco "angesagt. 

Dies sind alle Neaigl-.eiten fuer heute. Es ist sehr ^f^'l^Z-^ll^^^' 
ein '.Vetter, wie ich es gerne hab«. Dr. Corridon var begeistert von 
detoer Arbeit, die er an mir geleistet. Die V/und.e scneint nun end- 

(Cl gmiß zu heilen. Dr. C war ganz erstaunt, wie gut ich aussehe. 

Y Und das sagen mir alle Leute, denen ich begegne. 

O Linda Locke ist eine s^-mpathische Mieterin, rehht ^f ^^f f ^^"J^^^* ^„ 
^^ ' Nur ihre Freunde telefonieren zu den ungclegentsten Zeiten. Aber das 
^ Xd sich auch geben, nachdem das Semester einmal richtig begonnen 

L^bwohll Und vor allem ruhe aus, taice it easy und komme 
erholt und gestacrkt wieder zurueck. In Liebe ^ 



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Lieber Öans Kohn,nur schnell ein paar Seilen. Es ist so verlockend 
Sie so nah zu wissen & so beruhigend zugleich^dass ich einmal wieder 
alles mit Ihnen besT)rechen kann. Vielleicht finde ich auch diesmal 
durch Sie wieder Ruhe ^ Ordnung in meinen bedanken. Ich freue mich 
unsagbar auf den Sonntag! Ich muss auch mal ungehorsam sein-trotz der 
eben von Ihnen erhaltenen Karte. Ich bin natürlich an der Öahn.Aber li 
nicht nur,dass man hier sehr früh isst,Hans muss nach Tisch liegen 
können. Er ist noch nicht so wohl, das wäre sonst zu lange für ihn. 
Ich denke, wir gehen um 12 Uhr essen, fahren dann heim,^ans schlaft, 
wir öeide schwätzen, trinken einen ^afe ^ ßiehn dann ins Teater zu- 
sammen. Abends nach dem Teater fahren wir nochmal heim & essen ein 
wenig zu ^acht. Einverstanden, hoff e ich?Sollte die Yorstellving zu 
spät fertig sein, so bleiben wir Öeide in der Stadt, aber das werden 
wir sehen, wir haben nicht weit zur Bahn» 



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!•« sorry I dldn^t come to eee you on Friday mornlng 
as I profflleed, but Dick had»* lote for me to do, and I jußt couldn't 
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you dictate yoxüp radio epeech to a typist ? I have eecured the 

typlet for 2:00 and wonder If you will be able to come over to 

our Office (it'e qulte cool here) so that we won't have to rnove 

a typwriter over to your sulte» 

Cur Office Is at 254 York St. In the Yale RECOHD building. 
That 's one block up from you and about a block over# I hope you 
can find you» way here all rights If for any reason you can*t 
come , please call me on ejctenslon 348 or 488 and we ehall arrange 
another tlme. 

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Aug. 10,1947 

Prof. Hans Kohn, 
Northampoun» LSass« 

Desr Prof. Kohnj 

As one who has heard you talk at Smixn on 
several occesions this past yeai, I nave great respect 
for youx üpxnion on foreign affaxi» a^a hence am writi-ng 
you this letter to ask you what you think about the 
accuracy of Time'e appraisal of the foreign Situation 
which appeared in the issue of July 2l8t under the 
heading^Vhat Price Peace". 

The whole premise of this articlei as I under- 
stand itf is that Russia wants to dorainate the world 
in much the same wayGermany and Japan did prior to the 
last war and that this country must help organize and 
strengthen the freedom loving countrits to protect 
themselves. This latter course would seem to lead to 
two competing worlds, which surely would not be desir- 
able, but if Time 's preraise is a sound one, then it 
seems to me that we are in considereble danger and 
should do everything we can to strengthen ourselves and 
our allies both economically and militarily and fight 
the spread of communism to the western part of Surope. 

What is your opinion as to the int ent of Russia 
and whet course do you think we ought to follow?^e_you 
in favor of the Llarshall approach to the EuropSan^or 
what should our foreign policy be? Any comments you may 
care to make in answer to these qyestions or regarding 
the critical foreign Situation generally will be very 
rauch appreciated« 



Sincerely yours, 



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Jamiary 28th, 194$ 



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1^ dear Professor Kohni 

This vdll conf irm my telephone conversation with you 
and your acceptance of the engagement to lecture at the National 
Ufer College at 0845 on Wednesday, 12 Oc tober 1949 • 

ShoTild you plan on arriving on "The Federal" the 
mornlng of the lecture, we would be very glad to have a member 
of the staff with a car meet you at the railroad Station. The 
member of the staff would be in uniform standing near the news 
stand, which is in the center of the outer concourse just after 
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identify yourself to this officer» If you come down by other 
transportation and arrive the night before, I would be glad to 
provide transportation to the National Vfeir College from your 
hotel the morning of the lecture • I will await your advice in 
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apiece and to hold what we call a "coffee hour discussion" in 
each of the coramittee rooms. We have been very fortunate in 
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trust that you will find it convenient to do so# 

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in erfrischendem Höhenklima, radioaktive 
Badekur, Unterwasser-Therapie, Hcil- 
stollenkur. 

Kurkonzerte, Vorträge, Kino, Spiclkasino, 
Moderevuen, Tanzunterhaltungcn. 
Ebene, aussichtsreiche Promenaden, Tennis- 
plätze, Schwimmbäder, Stubnerkogel- 
Gondelbahn. 4 Sessellifte, Bergtouren, 
weite Spaziergänge, Auto-Ausflüge. 



In ler nationaler 
W i n t e r .§ p o r l p 1 a t Ä 

mit hervorragend gepflegten Skiabfahrten 

von über 35 km Gesamtlänge bei mehr 

als 7400 m Höhenunterschied. Genußreicher 

Skilauf in sonnigen Bergeshöhen bei voller 

Zeitausnützung durch Gondelbahn und 

Skilifte. 

Skischule Bad Gastein - Tests, Konkurenzen. 

Tourenführungen. 

Eislaufplatz, Curling- und Eisschießbahnen. 

Internationale Sportkonkurrenzen, Tanz- 
unterhaltungen, beste Geselligkeit. 

EINMALIG: 

Winlcrkur 

mkl W inlemporl 



Täglich direkte Verbindung mit ganz West- 
europa mittels: Tauern-Expreß, Austria- 
Expreß, Adria-Expreß, Arlbcrg- Expreß. 



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»■^«irvi Tm-nanuel war furchtbar muede, er 
die Kinder kamen gestern aoend. f' ■^J"®^^!;^xg+ ,,,^^ ping sofort 
hatte die letzten beiden ^^echte durchgearbeitet, und gong 

nach dem Abendessen, das ich vorbereitet h^te^ H^^le mit den 
n^ittag faehrt er nach Boston (ohne 7er a)^um^ '^^i ILL wohnen, 
verschiedenen Professoren zu sprechen. ^^=^^^ ^^^ scheinen 

Heute frueh war er schon viel ^^^f ^^n-^^ Vera S die Stadt, um 
ueberhaupt kein Geld zu haben, ^r fuhr nxt Vera in ^^^ ^^^ 

irgend einen bond elixz-uloesen. ^^^-'^H» Heute .var er sehr zugaengLich 
ih' ueber Geldangeleiheiten ^^''*^^f,l''f2:J^Memzu lesen gegeben, 
und sehr nett. Ich habe ihm auch f «^°^^^^^f ^J^lten habe und die 
die ich heute vom Office °£J\^;J;iS^^it S^ i^ der Neuen Zeitung 
ja sehr interessant xst. Das ^^^^f ^L. ^^^ was waere auch 
ist ^ehr gut, und, was ^1» ßf ^£^^'^;,3^ ^^on dem Interview 
andercK von Dir zu ^rmr^^l Au^^ J^«J^^,,, . i„^uel auch 
sehr bee todruckt. Die Kinder sona x Grammophon, das wir von 

viel hilfsbereiter denn je, ^^J/^^ '^^^„f ^i^sehr ak ihm. Aber, 
Lanes bekommen haben, ausgepackt ^^J^^''^ WaSscheinUch gut fuer sie. 
i..gendwie, sind beide ^-^„f--,^^',; Jt^^ Ls'Unuol 

So eeiiiessen sie l"^« /"f?™* ^. , j„ j„ i^,, school scheint er 

är Ss S/:Wnr:;;Sno« »erde. ist. - Aber Vera hafa ea»lsa 

nicht leicht mit ihn» 

Beinen Bri.r vo. Donnerstag -"^»/=5^:f ; JS^^-^^SstTls*' 

Reviews ncihts von Dir enthalten. 

wegen des ^aert-rs sehr iebjch Dir sch^^^^ 

nung fuer Mai belief sich auf^A5, ll]±''l/^ ^ass wir es noch 

sprach's mit Immanuel und er ^^^J^^'^'^^J^^J^^^Sf J3 unser Mieter <l|n 
einen Monat riskieren sollen in der Hoffnung, aass w 

uebernimmt und ihm bis 10. Sept. zahlt. 
■• bleute kam ausser Dei.w Post nur «^^ fi^J,S",STstribS^f the 

shall begin our stay with cur frxends, ^;^^ ;?:; ^^^ mich nach 

(das ist dieselbe Strasse, auf «^«^„^i^^^^^f^^g^ison (Dies ist 

iew Rochelle zu den Stern nahmen, wohnen) toKar^ 

eine -.vunderbare V/ohngegend) I hope this will lead to a er 

of our roads . Ky very best to you. 

An Drucksachen: aus Deutschland, Gitermaiin, Geschichte Russlands, 
JSd^on Keffer "Palestine under the V^date" by Hyamson. 

Po ^c?t mir eine prosse Sorge, aass uu uj^cn öu a.^ 
n^ iLTuel schS sich selbst un*^halten koenntel 



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GASTl^lNEWIOF 

Haus I. Ranges für Badekur, Erholung und 
Wintersport ; in zentraler, sonniger Lage 
an der Kaiscr-Wilhclm-Proinenade. 



110 Zimmer mit kalt und warm fließendem 
Wasser, Zentralheizung und Lichtruf. 
Zimmertclephon, zahlreiche Balkons. 



Radioaktive Thermalbäder und Arzt im 
Hause. Lift, Sonnendeck, beste Südlagc. 



Vornehmer Speisesaal, Caf6 mit großer 
Aussichtsterrasse, Espresso, gemütliches 
ResUurant mit Volksmusik im „Salzburger 
Stiftskeller". 

Sorgfältig zubereitete Verpflegung, erlesene 
Getränke. 

Halle, Bar, Tanzmusik, Hausbibliothek, 
Schreibzimmer. 

Hotel-Autobus, Garagen. 

Eigener Verkehr zum Bahnhof, Gondcl- 
bahn und Skischulc. Skilehrcr und Ski- 
pflege im Hause. 



Telegramme: „Gasteinerhof" 
Telephon: 25 06-25 08 



«Al)GASH:iN 

ÖSTERREICH 1083 m 

inlcrnaUoinaler Kiiirorl* 

in erfrischendem Höhenklima, radioaktive 
Badekur, Unterwasser-Therapie, Heil- 
stollenkur. 

Kurkonzerte, Vorträge, Kino, Spielkasino, 
Moderevuen, Tanz Unterhaltungen. 

Ebene, aussichtsreiche Promenaden, Tennis- 
plätze, Schwimmbäder , Stubnerkogel- 
Gondelbahn. 4 Sessellifte, Bergtouren, 
weite Spaziergänge, Auto-Ausflüge. 

Inier II udionaler 
WinKerAporfp lal*z 

mit hervorragend gepflegten Skiabfahrten 
von über 35 km Gesamtlänge bei mehr 
als 7400 m Höhenunterschied. Genußreicher 
Skilauf in sonnigen Bergeshöhen bei voller 
Zeitausnützung durch Gondelbahn und 
Skilifte. 

Skischule Bad Gastein - Tests, Konkurcnzen. 
Tourenführungen. 

Eislaufplatz, Curling- und Eisschießbahnen. 

Internationale Sportkonkurrenzen, Tanl- 
unterhaltungen, beste Geselligkeit. 

EINMALIG: 

WinlerLur 

mit' Winlersport 

Täglich direkte Verbindung mit ganz West- 
europa mittels: Tauern- Expreß, Austria- 
Expreß, Adria-Expreß, Arlberg- Expreß. 

ALPINE SKI- 
WELTMEISTER. 
SCHAFT 1958 



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Wohnort/ auch ZustcU- oder Leitpostamt 

Sfr^, Haufliünimer, G«MudeteU, Stodtwerk oder 

Po«t»chHe6fftchnuiiiincr/ 
bei Untermietern auch Name des Vennieten 




Postkarte 







Herrn p^oföBsor Dr. Hans KOHN 



Hotel Heidelberger Hof 




FRiünCFURT A. M. 



Straße," Hausiiummer, Gebäudeteil, Stockwerk oder PortschUeflfachnummcT, 
bei Untermietern auch Name de« Vermieten 



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Mittwoch, vom. 24. 6. 1955« 



M.L. 

ich hoffe, aiu hast meine gestrige Karte erhalten. Das 
Hotel ist gut gefuehrt, but the atmoaphere yery stiff . 
Dae Esaen ganz gut und das Zimmer, obwohl klein, ganz 
bequem. Erhielt heute frueh Deinen ersten Brief aus 
Prankfurt. Hoffe, Du hast schlafen koennen . 
Bin heute frueh in dem Ort herumgegangen, besteht nur aus 
einigen Hotels. Die Zeitungen bekomme ich im Hotel, so 
erhielt ich heute frueh bereits Herald Tribüne vom Montag, 
dagegen noch nicht die Neue Zeitung. Es ist kuehl und 
feucht. Heute nachmittag werde ich den Kindern und 
Mrs. Alport schreiben. Das Zimmer ist noch nicht gemacht 

(11 Uhr vorm.) und darum beschraenke ich mich nur darauf. 

Dir einige Zeilen zu senden. v.« „ rvt^v, 

Take good care of yourself !' Ich sorge mich sehr um Weh. 
Im Grunde ist es doch sinnlos, dass ich hier allein sitze. 
Alles, alles Liebe. Ich uijarme Dich. Deine -^ 



New 
Car 



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RETAIL BUYER'S ORDER 

Northampton Buick G)mpany 

130 KING STREET 
NORTHAMPTON, MASS, 



• QdH^*-^ ^L ..mSCl Ihereby purchase from you under the terms, conditions, and 

at ^r'raairFiIa^"priii Standard transportation and delivery charges the following: 



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COLOR. 



TRIM 



BUICK MODEL... 

e Airu 1 r— I 6 Wheel ri 

5 Wheel Q LJ -r 

Removal and/or Replaccment Charge« i Radio \Bdl Heatcr Q^L..... 

EXTRAS 



MOTOR 
SERIAL... 



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Other Equipment Q 



AMOUNTS 



Total of car and extras 



Advance Deposit Herewith ($100. mmimum) 



Make 



Allowance on Used Car .^ ^^^^ _ 

, will take delivery and pay the fuTrbalance due on this contract. either in cash. certifted check, or notes acceptahle to you 

A. M. 
194 preferably at P. M. at your Delivery Department subject to the 

on or before * ^ ^ 

conditions hcreinafter set forth. Any note or check given hereunder shall not be treated as payment but shall be subject to pay- 
ment tTereof in cash, If said new car is purchased on Contract of Conditional Säle, the deferred balance includ.ng finance anc, 

insurance charges (if any) shall be payable in approximately equal installmcnts, the flrst install- 

inent to be due one (1) month after delivery unless otherwise specifled. Balance Due on Delivery 

{Finance charge, if any, additional) 



:^I36>.96 



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I have read the terms and conditions printed on the face and reverse hereof and asree 
same effect as if they wcrc all printed above my signature hereto^ 



that they constitute my entire agrecment with you to the 



RlJifT Purchater 
Nam$ Here 







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Purchas§r 



Oceupation 



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By 



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Propotal Submitted by 

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Business No. 



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State 



Approved by /. 

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Purchased by the 
Vendee, Sold by . 

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(8al0tman must fill in information required b$low.) 

VEHICLE PURCHASE CONTRACT 

Northampton Buick Company 

No.-:'. 

Modd Engine Number 

to be delivered to the Vendee's place of Business, on or^b/fore y'r'v/'^'T^^ /^k 

I hercby certify that this car was purchased by me, r rom...^ Ar#. 

^^ ''"'"" / State 

No Street, Town 

^:^^'::i'Z:::^^ vehide $ is in fuH payment, and subject to all conditions named in t^ 

#een.ent, to be credited as a deposit on order for new motor car given to you by me this date. The sale cond.t.ons prmted on the 
reverse side of this contract are a part of same and the Vendor expressly agrees to them in their en^rety. ^ ^j^^^ 
194 Salesman Vendor^-l-L^^^....:^ 



Date. 



Purchase approved (after receipt of vchicle) 

Form S106- 

© By Noyes Buick Salcs Co., 1938 Vendee— Buyer Vendor— Seiler. 



Vcndcc 



Execuiive's Signature 
rNot valid unless ßigncd by a Company Executive) 



(tuen over) 



WARRANTY AND MAINTENANCE 



UU> olii. V-ri, anä it neilher as.ume, nor ^^ ,,„,,<,Wz.d Servic» Station 

"'"^''»' — "^ -^ ''^"^«" '^''Trbluhed tShTu h?:örld :rthat such mainte- 

'„rnVslfvlcfmight b?readily available to every owner. 




tlmexmlhout inrurring any obligaU 

offered the facilities of one of the most emci 
organizations in the world. ^f„,^ nst prices 

anÄ^e^r/b^^^orcuS Standard Service Opera- 
tion Schedules. ^^thlu or mileage basis it 

tht mo.t economical meant oj ^^„^m«. 
tran.vortat*on and .atujacUon from any au 






The Manufacturer believes no owner ^';°"l'L"'^;=*sf;,te 
Service other than that provided r''"^''l,''j^"JuZZ 
Policy and that the dealer or authorued "7"=^„'*^„^ice. 
entitied to a reasonable compensat.on for all 
furnishcd after the Warranty Period. 



AND 



Lss cost of repairs .f any. ^%^^\^7,*^,^bÄ "«^ within the Vendor's controL J" ^he «^^^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ 

other warranty of any nature 



ew car is subject to delays "O^, ^'^*»'".;^„^, J'"funder U^^^ POwer if it elects to do so. ^^^,,, ,^_.^ Warranty above set forth. and thcre »JA 

7t:S^^TS^^.^'SB^ -a M.:% Äf ."nrj^ .0 Lwe „o C. o. an. -— jP 

tüW whatsoever, «pr«sed or .mpl.ed^ .h^JewUh «cept as provided in «.id "»?"'«"""?. "'i»"?S,cba5.f 's Statement Form and execute a sUndard form 
-t in «id. car or o;^««.« --' '^l Ävend« 'shaU ?u,n,sh »he in.ormat.on requ« d^,„_^Pu^ o«««» *' "ri"'».l " , «"»»« "'" ■"" 



«her «arranty o( any V""«;-»»^ «" Wo her;W connected therewith ejcept as P™--™ ^ ^ „, ™üo„ requested in P."r^haser^s btatemenj^ror.n .^.^ ....-.-^-^_^^^ ^^^^ p„, 
•e';p'rXrer.Uh''herelr'"" ^ '^^,„ .„^^^ v„,„ „„.„ p„„en. therefor i, made in füll in casb. 



^o'Äe Tn pr'ice after delivery ^^^^'^/J^^^ .^^^^ frUability for injury or damage to persons or property « ,,,,.,,„, effect and Ihe printed claus« only 

Person rccciving such lessons and the Venaee «„r^hase Contract as herein set forth shall be of no ^^j' ^^y^^n ly »n Executive of 

{heVendor harmless therefrom. ^ Conditions. Warranty or y«^»«^ ^ ^"'.^J^^^.uX Wndor and Vendee and approved in writmg ncreon oy 

12 Any additions or »^1«'«^'°"* '"J?l adSnfor alterations are agreed to in wnt.ng by both the Vendor ^ , ,u, Vendee agrees to pay such tax. 



VEHICLE PURCHASE CONTRACT 



VEHICLE rUKWlÄOE. ^vri,...«^. d elear of an encumbrance. 

2. ^The vendor ««/""raatS of ns^ction by the Vendee's representatlve. barrlng natura. .„„„amg complete tools and keys. 1« 

S?;ri be obligated to »h« Vendee for any salesf^ee^pa^d^^^ P^^ ^^^^ »/ESIix''"'"'- 
divlsions a and b of Ketail Buyer s wruei (ovEa) 



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139 RING STREET northampton, mass. 



May 8, 1950 



Mrs, Hans Kohn 
800 Vvest End Ave. 
New York 25, i^. Y. 



Dear Mrs. Kohn: 



Enclosed find Bill of Säle as per your v;ired request. 



You will note there is a dif ference between the price or:i p;inally 
quoted and as Der our telephone conversation. We have endeavored to secure this 
car for you exactly ns per yonr specifloations. Sometimes this is impossible, 
as in this case, and we tnist you will appreciate that the price as shown is entirely 
in line« 

Accordinc to our unders tandin. ^, you will be here Y/ednesday to 
pick up the car, Kindest personal repards, 



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Very truly yours, 



NORTH A3TPT0N RUCK CO. 




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J. C. Strubbe 
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THE REVEREND WILLIAM GRAHAM COLE 



HYMN: "God of our fathers" 

Qod of our fathers, Whose almighty band 
Leads forth in beauty all the starry band 
Of shining worlds in splendor thro' the skies, 
Our grateful songs before Thy throne arise. 

Thy lov© divine hath led us in the past, 
In this free land by Thee our lot is cast ; 
Be Thou our ruler, guardian, guide. and stay, 
Thy Word our law, Thy paths our chosen way. 

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Froni war's alarms. from deadly pestilence. 
Be Thy strong arm our ever sure defence ; 
Thy true religion in our hearts increase, 
Thy bounteous goodness nourish us in peace. 

Refresh Thy people on their toilsome way, 
Lead us from night to uever-ending day ; 
Fill all our lives with love and grace divine. 
And glory, laud, and i)raise be ever Thiue. Amen. 



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THE CITY COLLEGE OF NEW YORK 



HYMN : "O God, our help in ages past" 



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Our shelter from the stormy blast. 

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Thy saints have dwelt secure ; 

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To endless years the same. 

O God, our help in ages past, 

Our hope for years to come, 
Be Thou our guard whilo life shall last. 

And our eternal home. Amen. 



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Infonaation Center Division 

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Bad Godesberg 

Gerraany 

Dear Professor Kohn: 

I am enclosing the correspondence I have fit>m the USWSA, 
As you vdll see, I took the libsrty of declining the invitation 
he extended you because it coincides with your retruti. Today 
however, I received his letter of June I9 in ivhich he is willins 
to e:±end the invitation to Jidy 2. It is possible that you 
may be ^le to attend the Seminar at this later date, Vfould 
you be so kind as to wite hin and let him know. In any erent. 
I do hope that mj- action meets with your oomplete approval, 

"^^^^J "^ f ^ leavins for a six-weekc vacation. I hope that 
you and 1j:s. Kohn are well and are enjoying your stay in Gemany. 

Professor Poraerantz teils me that he will hold your mail 
for the week of June 24 until j'our arrival on July 1. 

With my vai7 best wishes to you and Urs. Kohn, I am 



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th^y were sont to j-ou by BUCHVERLAG HEROID , 7m5N Vin 
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Gern erwarte ich Sie am 2. Juni um 11 Uhr zu einer Vorbe- 
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Liebei' verehrter Herr Professor, 

es war gut, 31e wiederzusehen, und ich hoffe auch, 
daß für unser Sorgenkind etwas dabei herauskam. 
Vielleicht wäre es wirklich sinnvoll, sich an 
Privatleute zu wenden, wie 3ie seinerzeit vor- 
schlugen, oder an kleinere Stiftun^ren. 

Das Amerika-Haus ist wirklich gefährdet, wenn auch 
nicht so stark, wie Professor P. das geschildert 
hat. Es besteht Aussicht, daß es über die Budget- 
Krise hinwegkommt. Es wäre vielleicht also besser, 
mit einem Brief an die NYT noch eine Weile zu war- 
ten. Ich schreibe Ihnen noch, wie sich die Dinge 
entwickeln. Eine Reihe von Drucksachen geht heute 
an üie ab. 

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Sehr geehrter Herr Professor, ' ' ■ 

für Ihre freundliche und schnelle Antwort danke ich Ihnen aehr. 

Ich freue mich, Sie am 1. Juni dann am Plughafen begrüßen zu dürfen. 

Ich werde in der Empfangshalle hinter der Zollabfertigung stehen und 

als Erkennungszeichen eine zusammengerollte 2feitung in der Hand auffäi 
lig halten. 

Durch Zufall haben wir doch noch heute für Sie ein Zimmer im Hotel 
Hessischer Hof, in der Nähe der Universität, reservieren lassen können, 
und ich glaube, daß Ihnen das Hotel mehr zusagen wird als das Studen- 
ten_hausj_das_jy.cht gerade bequem und ruhig ist. Leider konnte uns das 
Hotel kein Zimmer mit Bad geben (Bademöglichkeit befindet sich aber 
auf dem Plur) . Der Hessische Hof gehört zu den besten Hotels in Frank» 
fürt und hat eine angenehme Atmosphäre. 

Von dem Herrn Dekan und Herrn Professor Horkheimer darf ich Ihnen 
die besten Empfehlungen \ind Grüße übermitteln. Professor Horkheimer 



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ARTHUR R. BORDEN, JR. 
NORMAN HARROWER, JR. 
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ROBERT W. SIDES 



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CAMBRIDGE 38, MASSACHUSETTS 

January 30. 19^^^ 



Dear Mr. Kolin, 

It is a plepsure to inform you that your excellent academic 
record for the past tliree terms entitles you to receive a Detur, an 
award given annually in the form of a book to men who liave distinguished 
records. 

The gift which lias raade these Memorials possible for many 
generations of Harvard men goes back to the Ciiarity of Edward Hopkins, 
a distinguished merchant of e arly New England who became First Warden 
of the Fleet and Commissioner of the Admiralty and Navy under Cromwell. 
The bequest was de?^igned "to give Encouragement unto those forreign 
Plantations for the breeding up of Kopefull youth in the way of 
learning both at ye Grammar School and Colledge for the public 
Service of the Country in future times." In 1712 it was decided 
"to buy Books and reward the Industry of such undergra^uates as 
shall Distinguish themselves by their Application to their Studys." 

It is of course desired that your Detur be a work that you 
will value for its own sake. Enclosed is a list from which you may 
select any book you desire, You may leave the selection of the book 
to US if you so desire, 

Please indicate your choice by checking the appropriate 
title, signing the list, and returning it to me. Enclosed is an 
addressed staraped envelope for your reply. An early decision will be 
appreciated. __ 

Sincerely yours, 



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Mr. Immanuel H. Kohn 
Lowell 1-33 



sfrert; in New York. 



Imnianuol Kohii 
Has Fellow slüp 
To Tour Eiirope 

Immanuel Kohn. son of Pro- 
fessor and Mrs. Hans Kohn of 
57 Dryads grcen, graduated 
summa cum Jaude from Har- 
vard universit>' on June 23. He 
received the FredeVick Slieldon 
Prize fellowship which pro\idos 
for travel rather than for form- 
al study and infends fo spend 
next year in FAU'ope. 

Kohn is a graduate ol Deer- 
field academ\' was eoncentrat- 
ing: in government al [Harvard, 
and is a member of Phi Beta 
Kappa. He also reeeixed the 
Philo Sherman Rennet t piize for 
1948-4f) for his essay entitled 
".TusHer» Black and the Crisis oX 
Liberalism." 



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It giv 8 me fereat pleasure to InforBi you that your 
8on5, IiTiinanuel Kohn, has had such an excallent record duriiig 
the past Term that he is entitled to a place in Groiq) I of 
the Rank List and to the Privileges of the Dean 's List for the 

Winter T(^rm. 

I congratulate you on the good start he has made 



in Harvard College • 



Sincerely yours. 



Delnicr Leighton 
Dean of Freshmen 



FINAL REPORT 




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My dear Irarianuel - 

I nov; have pot your lebbor ■v\/iilcli was wrltton on 'I'uecday bat posted 

on Thursda:/*. I sia vory gl ad that you were iiavln/^ euch a wondorful 

time, end bh^t you liked '*The ilerchant of Venlco" r.t Stratford. 

I cav; it bhero last summor, and I wonder v;h0 i:her it Is still the 

öairiG cat^t. It was tho best Performance of all I sav; In : tratf ord. 

riiG wholG oceno wl'h the river ©nd tho cid buiJdlngs Is very nttractlve. 

Cortalaly i shall bo rlad to hnve lancli wlth you on Thurndsy. Üld 

you iTiako ony errangoinonts for the one day In London? If not, you 

can qultc er;slly stay vi'lth me thls one night. ...y It^.ndlady \;111 be 

happy to accoiriodate you. I ^appor^e you villi hav^ to Start f c li'ly 

oarl./ oa ' rlday 

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ploaee dj^op nio a llno. Otn^-nvice you could ring f.^Alda Valo üP.lL\ 

as G >oa as you are in^ or 3i:aply talce a Taxi and coino 1;o 6Ö c;ompayne 

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So long - 
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Lieber Herr Professor Kohn, 

wir h'-'ben Ihrem Sohn geschrie- 
ben, d.h. meine ?rau hat g'-iscnrieben und ihm gesagt, dasa 
er bei un 5 wohnen könne, wenn ihm die Lage den Hauses ang 
sichts seiner ReiseplänerztTveit vom Stadtzentrum ent- 
fernt sei. 7r soll uns herT'.lich willkommen sein. 

Ich lege -„i-isem Brief einen 
kleinen Plinwois auf die deutsche Ausgabe der Prophets and 
Peop-es b;i. Herr Bretscher wollte eine Probe v-:3rmitteln 
und ich habe die angenehme Aufgabe gehabt, das Buch zu 
empfehlen, was ich gerne tat, denn ^s handelt sich um ein 
höchst erfreuliches Buch. 

Bei uns haben am I9. Juli auch 
die Somraerf,3rien begonnen. Zuerst habe ich nichts bis wenig 
getan. Jetztkber arbeite ich wieder und bereite vor allem 
ein Descartes-Spinoza Kolleg vor und ein zweite- über Poli- 
tiche Philosophie aes I9. und ^J. J-alirhund3rts . Einsowailen 
orauche ich meine ganze frei Zii . noch für die Vorberei- 
tung der Vorlesungen. Ich werd^ erst später zu ausgiebi- 
ger;;m eigenen Arb-Jiten kommen. Ich habe halt noch bemerkens- 
werte Lück n in meinem ' chulsack, die nun gestopft werden 
müssen. Und ich spüre natürlich, dass ich nicht Philosop .ie 
sonaern Jurii^prudenz studiert hab-, was mir in anderer Rich- 
tung ja auch v^ieder zu Gute kom'^t. 

-Sie sind in der glücklichen Lage 
an der Idea of Nationalism arbeiten zu können. Ich wünsche 
alles üuue dafür. - V/as sagen Sie zur Lage? Die Russen ma- 
chen einem grosse Sorgen. Man hört allarmierende Dinge aus 
dem Südosten, dass sie Teile ode den ganzen Balkan über 
haupt in eigene Regie nehmen wollen, d.h. sich angliedern. 
Ob das casus belli wäre? 



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Ihr Herr Sohn hat uns h-juts aug.^sucht. Wir vorbrachten 
einen sehr erfreulichen Mittag. Leider hat er in "Mgland 
den Brief meiner Frau nicht erhalten, 30 dass wir be- 
dauerlicher veioe darauf verzichten rnussten, ihn als unsern 
Gast zu beherbergen. Sr fand aber - wie gesagt - heute 
den Weg zum Mittagessen im Heilighusli. Wir haben uns leb- 
haft gefreut, seine Bekanntsc aft zu machen. 



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1946 AUG 10 PM 6 35 



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ESrerything down here is in a etate of 



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which is in tum handing it over to Alcoa Steamship ^^ 

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Lines« It is still uncertain iiriiether and when 

this transfer will take place» It is scheduled at '^ 



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present fbr 6/11/46, but majiy complioations have 
arisen« Eastern Steamship Lines has another ship 
for me in Galveston after transfer of the •^jPhips'* ' 
has been completed* I am not sure whether 1 want " 
to take it however« If the strike actually starts ^ 
on June 15, I don't want to be in Galveston on articles. 



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1 don't very rauch feel like crossing any picket lines. 



or in any way getting involved in a 



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is oalled« The whole thing will be extremely unpleasant. 

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in Galveston is the draft Situation« I donH want 
to come home until that is cleared up* I am herewith 



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endo sing a *<>py of a letter that Eastom Steamship Lines 
sent to RMD in Washington and to njc my draft board. I 
hope that you have spoken to my draft board and kept in 






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touch with them about the Situation*^ It seems that the 



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Senate is ready to pass a one year ext:ension. Did you 
notioe howerer that in the senate bill scientific students 
would be exeraptt If it meant that I would be able to 






retum to oollege, I would gladly take up medicine or 



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any other kind of scientific training* I could always 



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ohanffe back to liberal arts and law when the draft is 
over# Well,. 1*11 Just have to wait and see what the 
House does to the Bill. Teil me what iny draft board says 
when I call up on Friday evening. 

There is quite alot of work todoin connedtion with 
the transfer# The city is notüibad as it might be# There 

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is Kood food if. you have the money to mpy for it. The 
other off icers on the ship are excellent, but they are 
leaving the ship one by one, so that they won't be around 
if a strike is call ed. Vvo met two old friends from 
Puraier Sohool. Senjine the letter I received from Jack 
Blake. I have forgotten his address and would like to 
find out ¥diat he is doing. 



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I hope that I will see you soon» I will call 



Friday evening» 



Love, 




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EASTERN STEAMSHIP LINES. INC. 

General Agent 
WAR SHIPPING ADMINISTRATION 



40 Centrul Street 
13onton, 1, Mass« 
JUne 3, 1946 



referinent Sectior 

Recruitment 6: ?Äuiiiinc Organization 
V.ar rMpplng Administration 
WftoMni-tcn, 2ö, D. C. 

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We are oriClo«lng herewlth Form ^vnA-öl (white) in bolxalf 
of Imaannel Kohii wiio Is eiaployed aa ;*ur39r on thö 33 ^^VviLLIAM 
?HI?3" oporated by thla ooupany» 

t: regiötrant^iö Local Board requosts tUat a Dns42-/i »pac 
lal be forwarded to them* 

Yours very truly, 

UmTSD STATnn OF AM12\I0A 
WAR SHI/PII^G ADMINIHTRATIOH 
EASTERN STKAi4r>KIi' LINKS, INC., A'j:iiT 



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HaBii.3hire County 
Old High .■Jchool Bldß. 
Nortlriarapton, Mass» 

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SS "WILiJlAM PHIPS" 
/bStrachan Shipping Co. 
PO BOX lü09, Mobile, Ala, 



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Imoanuel Koha 

Purser, s/s William Phips 

% Strachan Shippinz Co. _^ 

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s/s William Phips 

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Dear Uother ani Father, 

I.m still in Mobile waiting for ordere. 

The tmxsfer cf *is ship t» Alcoa Steamship Lines 
was cancelle* two weeks ago, and we hava been waiting 
for an assignment ever since. As the go.ernment 
has about twice as many ships as it needs, it «ay 
be quite a long time before cur ship receives any 
Orders. Breutually we will prebably carry UNRRA 

cargo to Europa. 

This City iB not as nioe as a notthern 

oity would be. but it is quite pleasant. There is 
not too mach work to be done an# n«.re. I sleep en 
board ship, but eat most of my meals in terni. 

Give my best regards te every one. 
I will telephone on »aturday night. Ihanks for the books. 



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6/29/46 

s/s William Phips 

Ibbile, Ala. 



Dear Ifcther, 



Happy birth^ayJ I h.pe y.u are feeling well 
an« are erij.ying your stay in the Berkshires. Nething 
has dxaagei i.m here. The ship ie still awaiting nt 
Brik an ass igmnent and will prebably be in Mebile fr 
quite a while. I may be in Eurepe at the same time as 



father 



INeuli y«u please send me father« s itinerary 
•f his trip and at what hetels he will stay in Paris 



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Pareer, s/s William Phip« 

% Straohan Shipping C«., 

509 Merohaats Natiaaal Bank Building 

M»bil*, Ala. 



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MRS HANS KOHN= 

'57 DR YADS GREEN 



1944 JUL 15 f*M 5 26 



SAILING TO GENOA ITALY FR I DAY FROM PORT ARTHUR LOVE = 



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March 27, 1945 



Professor Hans Kohn 
Department of History 
Smith Collage 
Nort hampton, Mass, 

Dear Professor Kohn, 



I greatly appreciated your friendly note 



I have 



v«ry Bttch enjoyed eeeing lHB»armel froa tineto tlae and feel, 
with you, that he has reaponded very well to the Situation 
here and has grown and matured in the »hört time I have known 



him. 



I should, in any caee, have taken an Interest in 
him but - although I don't believe he was aware of thia - I 
did so particularly because of ny reapect for you and for 
Miss Mayer of the New School who had nentioned to nie that 



your son was here 



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Cordially yours, 

L. H Stone, 

SA Sanitär ian (R) IBPHS