Franziska Heberle letters, 1872-1986.


Franziska Heberle letters, 1872-1986.

Letters detail the family's experience adjusting to life in the United States, their attainment of American citizenship, and their travels in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe. Some letters discuss politics, government, and culture in Germany during and after World War II. Included are several letters mentioning Caroline Durieux, a graphic artist and educator of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

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Heberle, Franziska 1900-1997 (person)

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