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Letter from Boni to Giulia Kortischoner, 1946-06-01

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Boni writes to Giulia complimenting her for her astute judgments and observations of the world around her. He laments the mental acuity and judgment of the people in Austria after the war. Boni gives Giulia advice on learning to cooperate with her mother and not feel so frustrated with her after being so independent for the past seven years. He assure her they will get use to one another again. Boni also tells how Elizabeth "Lisl" Urbantschitsch was surprised to hear Giulia had left already and she herself is working on securing a visa to the United States through her father who lives in California. Boni pleased to hear that Giulia is recovering almost entirely from the polio. He hardly thinks about it anymore, even though it use to worry him so greatly. Boni recounts a visit he had from a Greek couple and his relation to their family.
Title: Letter from Boni to Giulia Kortischoner, 1946-06-01.
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Name(s): Boni, Creator
Kortischoner, Giulia, Addressee
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Personal Correspondence
Date Created: 1946-06-01
Extent: 2 pages
Extent: 30 x 21 cm
Physical Description: Duplicate of FSU_WW2_98_0729_505 but this copy is missing the first page of the letter.
Language(s): German
Summary: Boni writes to Giulia complimenting her for her astute judgments and observations of the world around her. He laments the mental acuity and judgment of the people in Austria after the war. Boni gives Giulia advice on learning to cooperate with her mother and not feel so frustrated with her after being so independent for the past seven years. He assure her they will get use to one another again. Boni also tells how Elizabeth "Lisl" Urbantschitsch was surprised to hear Giulia had left already and she herself is working on securing a visa to the United States through her father who lives in California. Boni pleased to hear that Giulia is recovering almost entirely from the polio. He hardly thinks about it anymore, even though it use to worry him so greatly. Boni recounts a visit he had from a Greek couple and his relation to their family.
Identifier: FSU_WW2_98_0729_506 (IID)
Subject(s): Poliomyelitis
United States -- Emigration and immigration -- History -- 20th century
Families
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fsu/fd/FSU_WW2_98_0729_506
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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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Title: Letter from Boni to Giulia Kortischoner, 1946-06-01.
Name(s): Boni, Creator
Kortischoner, Giulia, Addressee
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Personal Correspondence
Date Created: 1946-06-01
Extent: 2 pages
Extent: 30 x 21 cm
Physical Description: Duplicate of FSU_WW2_98_0729_505 but this copy is missing the first page of the letter.
Language(s): German
Summary: Boni writes to Giulia complimenting her for her astute judgments and observations of the world around her. He laments the mental acuity and judgment of the people in Austria after the war. Boni gives Giulia advice on learning to cooperate with her mother and not feel so frustrated with her after being so independent for the past seven years. He assure her they will get use to one another again. Boni also tells how Elizabeth "Lisl" Urbantschitsch was surprised to hear Giulia had left already and she herself is working on securing a visa to the United States through her father who lives in California. Boni pleased to hear that Giulia is recovering almost entirely from the polio. He hardly thinks about it anymore, even though it use to worry him so greatly. Boni recounts a visit he had from a Greek couple and his relation to their family.
Identifier: FSU_WW2_98_0729_506_parent (IID)
Subject(s): Poliomyelitis
United States -- Emigration and immigration -- History -- 20th century
Families
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fsu/fd/FSU_WW2_98_0729_506_parent
Use and Reproduction: Use of this item is provided for non-commercial, personal, educational, and research use only. Florida State University Libraries is providing access to these materials for educational and research purposes and makes no warranty with regard to their use for other purposes. The written permission of the copyright owners and/or other rights holders (such as holders of publicity and/or privacy rights) is required for distribution, reproduction, or other use of protected items beyond that allowed by fair use or other statutory exemptions (see Title 17, U.S.C.). For information about the copyright and reproduction rights for this item, please contact Special Collections & Archives, Florida State University Libraries, Tallahassee, Florida: https://www.lib.fsu.edu/department/special-collections-archives.
Owner Institution: FSU
Is Part Of: Hasterlik-Hine collection.
The Institute on World War II and the Human Experience, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida.

In Collections