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July 29, 1961 – housing for TCM vs. Embassy personnel (Anita)

July 29, 1961 Dear Harry, Your most welcome letter with all the exciting news about your recent travels arrived yesterday and I must say that the little junket seems to have restored your good spirits. Or is it just that … Continue reading

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July 23, 1961 – Indian currency, house, servants, caste system (Anita)

July 23, 1961 Dear Naomi, Sam, Dad and whoever else reads this: I don’t think I wrote you APO last week so I’ll sandwich this air-letter in. These forms are a good thing. They go as fast as regular mail … Continue reading

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July 16, 1961 – child-rearing differences (Anita)

July 16, 1961 Dear Naomi, This is an extra letter thrown in because I want to ask a favor. By now you should have received one long duplicated letter through Sheila and another will reach you shortly, I hope. I … Continue reading

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June 30, 1961 – 105 degrees and a hotel from a Grade B movie (Anita)

June 30, 1961 Dear One and All, It’s hard to know where to start this letter. While waiting for our typewriter to be released from customs, I’ve written it in my head dozens of times. Now that I’m faced with … Continue reading

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