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Letter to Oskar Speck from Hilde Puschel

Date: 1930s
Medium: Ink on paper
Credit Line: ANMM Collection Nancy Jean Steele Bequest
Classification:Ephemera
Object Name: Letter
Object No: ANMS0537[001]

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    Description
    Letter to Oskar Speck from Hilde Puschel handwritten in German with a section missing. The letter expresses concern for Oskar and wishes he would return to Germany.
    Translation
    • … won’t forget you. George neither, even though he has a fiancéebride and only thinks aboutof getting married. In our family everybody is thinkings of him, and keeps asking about Oskar Speck;, everyone expresses their concern and wishes you well with all their heart. I put up your photograph up in my room because I like it so much. ….I find it really sweet that he wrote to George and sent him the newspaper clippings. I have already sent the translated reports back to George, even the big one from [illegible]. – You know, Mr. Speck, I really wish you would finish your trip and return home. Australia is so very …[paper torn] [Back of hand written fragment]…..will now send everything on to you. I hope that the [illegible] picture will give you a little pleasure. Take this picture of George and as a little [illegible] with you on your journey. God keep you [illegible]! With cordial regards from home I remain Your Hilde Pueschel

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