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December, 1935 – Happy New Year

27 Dec
December, 1935 – Happy New Year

Although it was an exciting time, Trudel’s notes from December 1935 have only two dated entries. Remember to click on the images. Most will expand to a larger or more complete image or a YouTube.


LJG Trudel Wooster

Leonard and Trudel in Wooster

12/8/1935

Belated thanks for the very pretty napkin rings and birthday letters.

Our trip to Wooster [to visit with my sister’s fiance’] was my birthday present. It cost a lot of money and took Leonard away from his work. He has to finish a brief, have it printed, and it has to be in the state Supreme Court on Monday.

LJG DESK

LJG at his Desk



Thursday we had Thanksgiving turkey dinner at Bishops.

Ed and Gwen Bishop's Home

Ed and Gwen Bishop’s Home

12/22/1935

Saw A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a wonderful movie. We saw the live play a year ago.

Midsummer Night's Dream

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Aunt Henny

Aunt Henny

Undated notes
Aunt Henny stayed with me for a few days before going to Florida.

I am still working on two jobs and like both very much.

Happy New Year
Best Wishes for a Happy and Healthy New Year!
Love,
Trudelchen

 

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 December, 1935 – Happy New Year

  1. Barrie Ward

    December 27, 2012 at 5:33 pm

    The Bishop’s home looks of another era and certainly fits the scenne with the season …. Trudel’s reference to Leonards work was interesting … for we are working on a contract right now that must go away in tomorrows email … a ‘small project’ that will net several thousand dollars … hence we are inclined to do a bit of holiday word processing … though our production efforts will not go to the Supreme Court … not yet anyway …

     
    • Leonard Grossman

      December 27, 2012 at 5:37 pm

      I can’t count the number of times I had a trial or brief due right after the holidays. And I remember a massive court call that was regularly scheduled by a federal judge for late in the afternoon of December 31.

       

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