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This book is a compilation of letters written by Custer and his wife, Elizabeth. Most of the letters contained in the book are missives that husband and wife wrote to each other; however, the reader will also find letters written by the Custers to other people: relatives, friends, and associates/5. Excerpt from Moltke's Letters to His Wife and Other Relatives, Vol. 2 of 2 The morning suit, as well as your letter of yesterday, have arrived. Probably, though it is not quite certain, we shall go on Monday evening, that is to say, the day after to-morrow, to Berlin, as the prince has been invited by his aunt Karl to a birthday festivity Author: Helmuth von Moltke. Letters To His Wife And Other Relatives; Volume 1 por Helmuth Moltke (Graf Von), , disponible en Book Depository con envío gratis. * From the book jacket: Harry Whitney is in the process, hes losing his mind. Afflicted with Alzheimers disease, he knows his good time is dwindling. Wishing to be remembered as more than an ailing old man, Harry realizes the greatest gift he can pass on is the wisdom of his years And so he compiles a book of his poems for his favorite granddaughter, Emily, in the hope that his /5.
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