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Letter from Ada Kortischoner to Giulia Kortischoner, 1947-04-11

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Ada Kortischoner-Kelley, Giulia Kortischoner's aunt, writes to Giulia thanking her for her letter and her picture. Robert Kortischoner says Giulia looks just like her father. Both Robert and Ada are interested in Giulia and her work. Ada invites Giulia to visit any time she can manage it and informs her that she may be visiting New York in the spring and would love to meet Giulia. Ada also mentions that Robert has received letters from much of his family living in Vienna as well as his other brother who is living in Africa.
Title: Letter from Ada Kortischoner to Giulia Kortischoner, 1947-04-11.
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Name(s): Kortischoner, Ada, Creator
Kortischoner, Giulia, Addressee
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Personal Correspondence
Date Created: 1947-04-11
Extent: 5 pages
Extent: 20 x 13 cm
Language(s): English
Summary: Ada Kortischoner-Kelley, Giulia Kortischoner's aunt, writes to Giulia thanking her for her letter and her picture. Robert Kortischoner says Giulia looks just like her father. Both Robert and Ada are interested in Giulia and her work. Ada invites Giulia to visit any time she can manage it and informs her that she may be visiting New York in the spring and would love to meet Giulia. Ada also mentions that Robert has received letters from much of his family living in Vienna as well as his other brother who is living in Africa.
Identifier: FSU_WW2_98_0729_522 (IID)
Subject(s): Families
Women -- Employment -- United States
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Owner Institution: FSU
Is Part Of: Hasterlik-Hine collection.
The Institute on World War II and the Human Experience, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida.

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