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07/30/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/30/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding dance at the Club; socializing with female nurses and Red Cross workers; Portland Press Herald clippings; softball game; living in the Southern Hemisphere.


07/29/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/29/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding meeting with Ned Hanscomb (acquaintance from Maine); life on base; correspondence; internationalism among members of different American political parties.


07/28/1944 B, Israel Bernstein Jul 1944

07/28/1944 B, Israel Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to Sumner Bernstein from father Israel regarding Dewey's condemnation of Hamilton Fish; potential cabinet members for a Dewey presidency; hope for Germany's quick collapse.


07/28/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/28/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding friend from home Ned Hanscomb; Portland Players; news from Uncle Lou; correspondence.


07/27/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/27/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding discussion on American economics; B'nai Brith's position on Commonwealth issue; description of living situation.


07/26/1944, Israel Bernstein Jul 1944

07/26/1944, Israel Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to Sumner Bernstein from father Israel regarding mathematical computation; book being sent separately.


07/25/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/25/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding correspondence with Dot Fried; thoughts on GI Bill of Rights; recent USO show.


07/25/1944 B, Israel Bernstein Jul 1944

07/25/1944 B, Israel Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to Sumner Bernstein from father Israel regarding nightmare Israel had about Sumner overexerting himself; correspondence between Sumner and Dot; restrictions on availability of certain books to servicemembers.


07/24/1944, Israel Bernstein Jul 1944

07/24/1944, Israel Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to Sumner Bernstein from father Israel regarding crack in German morale; attempted assassination of Hitler; impact on war in Pacific; Democratic Convention; presidential race; Between Tears and Laughter by Liu Yutang.


07/24/1944 B, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/24/1944 B, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding mail delay; impressions of tentmate Herb; news clippings; which American politicians are responsible for the war; sister Helen's social life.


07/23/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/23/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Handwritten letter to family from Sumner Bernstein.


07/22/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/22/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding invasion of Guam; adjustment to life in the New Hebrides; GI Bill of Rights; the war in Europe; reports of Hitler's deposition as party leader.


07/20/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/20/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding officers' discussion of governments in exile; economics; Strange Fruit; native population of the island; description of tentmate Herb and his wife, who converted to Judaism when they married.


07/19/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/19/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding entertainment on base; orientation talk; weather; who will get to Paris first; tentmate Herb's attitude toward pleasure reading.


07/17/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/17/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding arrival of mail; testifying about fatal accident; news from home; squatters at summer cottage on Menikoe Point; Falmouth elite's attitudes toward Bernstein family; Jewish majority rule in Palestine.


07/16/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/16/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding witnessing a Jeep rollover accident; Republican convention; thoughts on Dewey.


07/15/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/15/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Handwritten letter to family from Sumner Bernstein.


07/13/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/13/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding correspondence; sister Helen's social life; news from home; bridge hands.


07/12/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/12/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding tongue-in-cheek piece about changing a typewriter ribbon; future relationships with Soviet Union.


07/11/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/11/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding arrival of mail; news from home; thoughts on high school and college education and moving on to law school; Antisemitic publicity against Dewey; correspondence with Dot Fried and Willie.


07/09/944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/09/944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding mail delay; letter to friend about handling of Antisemitism in Cambridge; bridge game; memories of summer camp.


07/08/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/08/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding mail delay; thoughts on Wilkie and Dewey; conflict with tentmate Herb over sharing duties.


07/07/1944, Israel Bernstein Jul 1944

07/07/1944, Israel Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to Sumner Bernstein from father Israel regarding sister Helen's busy schedule; inquiries after Sumner's specific work responsibilities.


07/06/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/06/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding test of v mail service; savings bond; entertainment on base; setting up tent; memories of Harvard.


07/05/1944 C, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/05/1944 C, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding news from home; description of his role; discussion of what information can be shared publicly; news clippings.


07/05/1944 B, Israel Bernstein Jul 1944

07/05/1944 B, Israel Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to Sumner Bernstein from father Israel regarding sister Helen's birthday; news from the office; news clippings.


07/05/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/05/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding orientation; upcoming USO shows; weather.


07/03/1944 B, Israel Bernstein Jul 1944

07/03/1944 B, Israel Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to Sumner Bernstein from father Israel regarding Boston Globe piece on Dewey; sister Helen's birthday; Russian Army pushing back the Nazis.


07/02/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/02/1944, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding construction of his tent with tentmate Herb; thoughts on capitalism.


07/02/1944 B, Sumner T. Bernstein Jul 1944

07/02/1944 B, Sumner T. Bernstein

Sumner T. Bernstein Correspondence

Letter to family from Sumner Bernstein regarding staying busy to keep from getting moody; entertainment on base; Italian Manifesto; correspondence.