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May 20, 1937 – Just a quicky today. Back from Sumter. Very busy.

20 May
May 20, 1937 – Just a quicky today.   Back from Sumter. Very busy.

May 20, 1937

Just a quicky today. I have been very busy since I got back from Sumter.

zeppln

Hindenburg Zeppelin

Too bad about the Zeppelin. Of course I did not receive the mail sent with it.



Trudel and Madge

Trudel and Madge

Leonard’s grandfather on his mother’s side, Maier Hochster, came from Alsfeld, Germany about 100 years ago. Aunt Flora’s inlaws came from Essingen and Germersheim. The Grossmans from Dusseldorf. Just found this all out lately.

Do you want me to send you a box of men’s clothes etc? What you can’t use you could give to a poor house.

Enclosed are a few photos from Sumter.

 

 Love Trudelchen


Scenes from Sumter in the 1930s

 

 Sumterold pres 02 Sumter=old pres ruins sumter-melton field gates sumterstewards hall no3 Sumter=wade hampton original sumter=flinn hall 1920s sumter libraryscl 1940s



Note: The information Trudel reports about my father’s ancestry differs to some extent from details I have learned recently on Linda Scheffler’s HOECHSTER-HOCHSTER-HEXTER Family from Storndorf, Germany site on MyHeritage.com I must express my gratitude to Linda for the help she has given me with this site and her enthusiasm for family geneology.

It seems Trudel sent most of her photos from the Sumter trip to Germany with her letter and didn’t save many. So I have inserted some photos I found online. See a few photos of the people and places from that trip in Trudel’s previous post.

 

About Leonard Grossman

Writing about the online world since 1992: The ModemJunkie's Portal Taught school in the inner-city from 1967-78, Government lawyer from 1979-2010. Married to the incredible Cindy Barnard. Proud father of Sarah and grandfather of Gavin.
 

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2 Responses to May 20, 1937 – Just a quicky today. Back from Sumter. Very busy.

  1. Barrie Ward

    May 20, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    “Too bad about the Zeppelin. Of course I did not receive the mail sent with it.” …. Quite remarkable to be reminded by Trudel’s words that of course ‘mail’ from Germany would have been an important cargo on that airship …

     

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