Letter from Gertrude Legendre to her husband, Sidney Legendre, regarding their plans to try to meet in New York while on leave in September and for when they should quit their respective jobs. Gertrude goes on to describe a relaxing weekend she had in the country with friends.
Pencil sketches and occassional watercolors by Charleston-born architect William Martin Aiken. The sketches are primarily buildings and architectural elements from Charleston, Boston, Rhode Island, France, England, Switzerland.
This album is comprised of photographs of Gertrude Sanford Legendre and other members of her family, including her grandfather, Stephen Sanford, her mother, Ethel Sanford, her siblings, Stephen and Sarah Jane Sanford, her husband, Sidney Legendre, and her brother-in-law, Morris Legendre.
This album consists of photographs of Ethel, Stephen, Sarah Jane, and Gertrude Sanford. Photos show Stephen Sanford at St. Mark's School in Massachusetts and the Sanfords traveling in South Carolina, New Jersey, New York, England, France, and Belgium.
This album consists of photos of Gertrude Sanford Legendre and other members of her family, including her mother, Ethel Sanford, and her siblings, Stephen and Sarah Jane Sanford. Photos show places where the Sanford family traveled, including France, England, New York, and South Carolina, and recreational activities in which they participated, including sledding, horseback riding, and tennis.
Letter from Gertrude Legendre to her husband, Sidney Legendre, regarding a weekend she spent in the city, news of the European war, rations, letters from Rose about Medway Plantation, and Miss Evans about the children.
This scrapbook is comprised of letters, photographs, newspaper clippings, and other documents related to Gertrude Legendre's work with the Office of Strategic Services in England and France and her subsequent internment as an American prisoner of war in Germany.
Letter from Gertrude Legendre to her husband, Sidney Legendre, regarding a spaniel she saw at a golf course, news of various friends, and her social activities. The letter includes a sketch of a matching bracelet and clip she had recently purchased.