Letter from Gertrude Legendre to her husband, Sidney Legendre, describing a day dream she had of them being together while on the train from the Watch Hill cottage to New York City. Gertrude continues in her letter to describe a weekend she spent at the Watch Hill cottage with the children, her social activities, relaying news of their friends, and informing him of her schedule for the rest of the day.
Letter from Gertrude Legendre to her husband, Sidney Legendre, lecturing him on how he needs to take better care of himself, relaying information about how their children are doing, and discussing a scheme she thinks will allow her to join him in Hawaii. Gertrude continues in her letter to describe her job and daily routine.
Photograph of members of the Italian para-military group, Opera Nazionale Balilla, bearing witness to the unveiling of the statue of the Saint Don Bosco. Captioned: “Ten thousand Balilla attended the inauguration of the Statue of the Saint Don Bosco.” c. 1926-1937
Photograph of the Queen Marie Jose, Princess of Piedmont, in a Red Cross nurse uniform. Marie Jose is aboard the ship S.S. Cesarea with unidentified Red Cross nurses. Captioned: “Princess of Piedmont and on the ship “Caesarea.” Princess Jose of Belgium