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Box: 1 Fold: 1 Winifred S. Weislogel (1957)
1957

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS dated 2/27/57 and 11/23/57 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel with references to the Institute of International Education (IIE), some of her colleagues from work, Millie Baughman, Mary Hoke, Walter Reuther's speech in San Francisco, her work with the Asia-Western Major Project committee, preparations for International Theatre Month, Howard Hanson, Isaac Stern, Samuel Barber, movie star Lew Ayres, composer Eugene Ormandy, a conference of Christians and Muslims sponsored by the American Friends of the Middle East, archaeologist Kenan Erim, her boss at the United Nations Educational Scientific & Cultural Organization Guy Lee, and Union Junior College (UJC, now Union County Community College in New Jersey), and personal matters. Both letters are addressed from Washington, D.C. Winifred Weislogel left the Institute of International Education in New York to join the State Department in August 1956.

Box: 1 Fold: 2 Winifred S. Weislogel (Feb.-Mar.1958)
February - March 1958

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS dated 2/16/58 and 3/2/58 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel with discussion of personal matters, the role of a foreign service officer's wife, work, Arabic language classes, and friends. References include Guy Lee, Susan Fonner, Helen Treadwell, Don Zucker, and Marg and Jack Fraser. Weislogel sent the letters from Washington, D.C.

Box: 1 Fold: 3 Winifred S. Weislogel (Sep.-Dec.1958)
September - December 1958

DESCRIPTION:

Contains 3 TLS dated 9/18/1958, 9/30/1958, and 12/7/1958 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel with references to Alice Crider, Guy Lee, an address she gave on plans for the Asia-West project in 1959-60 to the plenary session of the U.S. National Commission, Joan and Emil Blumenstein, Arabic class, and friends. The letters were sent from Washington, D.C.

Box: 1 Fold: 4 Winifred S. Weislogel (1/10/1958)
January 10, 1958

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 TLS dated 1/10/59 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel with discussion of friends and Arabic classes. Sent from Washington, D.C.

Box: 1 Fold: 5 Winifred S. Weislogel (April-June 1959)
April - June 1959

DESCRIPTION: Contains 5 ALS and 2 TLS from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents. Weislogel wrote one of the letters aboard the S. S. Constitution, an American Export Lines ship, describing her journey across the Atlantic to her new post in Geneva, Switzerland. She sent the other six letters from Geneva, with discussion of her trip from Naples to Geneva; her arrival at Geneva; her job duties, primarily issuing visas and handling social security and veterans problems; her first impressions of the U.S. Consulate; her co-workers; her new apartment; and personal matters. References include Lois Shipp, Cenan Emil Camopla, and Kenan Erim.

Box: 1 Fold: 6 Winifred S. Weislogel (July-Sept. 1959)
July - Sept. 1959

DESCRIPTION: Contains 4 TLS from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel discussing her friends, her work at the U.S. Consulate in Geneva, Switzerland, her impressions from a trip to Germany, export control duties, and other matters. References include John Carter Vincent, Prince Hassan of Saudi Arabia, Charlie Chaplin, and George London. The letters are dated 7/14/59, 8/2/59, 9/1/59, and 9/19/59. Weislogel sent the letters from Geneva.

Box: 1 Fold: 7 Winifred S. Weislogel (Oct.-Dec. 1959)
October - December 1959

DESCRIPTION: Contains 4 TLS (1 in xerox copy form) dated 10/10/59, 11/7/59, 12/6/59, and 12/59 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of colleagues, friends, the U.S. Consulate in Geneva, Switzerland, her duties at work, a trial she attended, and her role as translator and witness for a wedding of two Americans. A reference to William Holden is included. Weislogel sent the letters from Geneva.

Box: 1 Fold: 8 Winifred S. Weislogel (Jan.-Mar. 1960)
January - March 1960

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS dated 1/31/1960 and 3/10/1960 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel. Sent from Geneva, Switzerland. Includes discussion of Arabic language lessons, social engagements, and her new boss at the U.S. Consulate in Geneva.

Box: 1 Fold: 9 Winifred S. Weislogel (Apr.-June 1960)
April - June 1960

DESCRIPTION: Contains 4 TLS and 1 ALS from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of their upcoming trip to visit Europe, her vacation in Holland, travels in France, social engagements, and the U.S. Consulate in Geneva. The letters are dated 4/3/1960, 4/6/1960, 5/1/1960, 5/22/1960, and 6/12/1960, and were sent from Geneva.

Box: 1 Fold: 10 Winifred S. Weislogel (July-Dec. 1960)
July - December 1960

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS dated 7/16/1960, 11/15/1960, and 12/4/1960 from Winifred S. Weislogel, consulate officer for the U.S. State Department in Geneva, Switzerland, to her parents. Weislogel writes about social engagements, a new Swiss car she acquired, interesting cases she worked on at the consulate, and personal matters. References include Lois Shipp and Fred Flott.

Box: 1 Fold: 11 Winifred S. Weislogel (Jan.-Mar. 1961)
January - March 1961

DESCRIPTION: Contains 5 TLS from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of friends, her promotion to Grade 6, social engagements, and personal matters. References include Harry Glazer, Ambassador Henry Villard, Stan Lawson, and Ruth Stewart. Weislogel sent the letters from Geneva. Dated 1/3/1961, 1/18/1961, 2/26/1961, 2/26/1961, and 3/19/1961.

Box: 1 Fold: 12 Winifred S. Weislogel (Jan.-Mar. 1961)
January - March 1961

DESCRIPTION: Contains 4 TLS dated 4/9/1961, 5/1/1961, 5/17/1961, and 6/27/1961 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of her trip to Italy, work at the consulate in Geneva (Switzerland), the Algerian Conference in Evian (France), friends, social engagements, and family matters. References include Ginny Muller, Dr. ? Zaki, Dr. Ben Tami, Elaine Donaldson, Alice Crider, Harry Glazer, Margaret Potter, Dean Rusk, Ambassador Averill Harriman, Chen Yi, and Indira Gandhi. Weislogel sent the letters from Geneva, Switzerland.

Box: 1 Fold: 13 Winifred S. Weislogel (Aug.-Sept. 1961)
August - September 1961

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 TLS dated 8/13/61 and 1 ALS dated 9/3/1961 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of the appointment of Harmon Kirby as her replacement, travel, and news of her next assignment. References include Harry Glazer and Adlai Stevenson.

Box: 1 Fold: 14 Winifred S. Weislogel (Dec.1961-Mar. 1962)
December 1961 - March 1962

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS dated 12/22/1961, 1/7/1962, and 3/20/1962 and 1 ALS dated 2/4/1962 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of her arrival in Tripoli, Libya; her new post in Benghazi, Libya, as a personnel officer; her apartment in Tripoli; Libyan customs; Arabic lessons; a trip to the camel market; family news; her impressions of the city of Benghazi; her apartment in Benghazi; social engagements; the move of the Libyan capital to Baida; and her duties on the job. References include Ambassador J. Wesley Jones, Dorothy Leadbetter (her predecessor in her Libyan post), Wheelus Air Force Base, Helen Nagay, Fred Flott, Marion Hager, Robert Kasimir, Ed Kelly, Janice Somerville, Fran Sparkman, Ralph Wheeler, and Algerian independence.

Weislogel sent two letters from Tripoli and two letters from Benghazi, Libya. In January 1962, she moved with the Embassy from Tripoli to Benghazi. Under an arrangement, Libya's capital moved every two years between Tripoli and Benghazi. At the same time, King Idris of Libya was planning a capital in Baida.

Box: 1 Fold: 15 Winifred S. Weislogel (Apr.-June 1962)
April - June 1962

DESCRIPTION: Contains 4 TLS dated 4/19/1962, 4/24/1962, 5/18/1962, and 6/20/1962 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of the new Libyan capital at Baida, her impressions of the Libyan city of Benghazi, the oil boom in Libya, her travels in North Africa, personnel work at the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi, and Libyan social customs. Reference to Esso, Libyan-American Oil Company, Wheelus Air Force Base, Algerian leader Ben Bella, the Black Prince (cousin to the King of Libya), Jerry Ferry, Harlie Smith, Bernice Jones, Norman Bottorf, Dick Duggan, Jim Ferry, Marion Hager, Lois Hobbs, Ambassador J. Wesley Jones, Anne Kiss, Ed Kelly, Ginny Muller, Helen Nagay, Catherina Stephan, Ralph Stephan, and Larry Russell. Weislogel sent the letters from her post at Benghazi, Libya.

Box: 1 Fold: 16 Winifred S. Weislogel (July-Sept.1962)
July - September 1962

DESCRIPTION: Contains 4 TLS dated 7/23/1962, 8/7/1962, 9/9/1962, and 9/30/1962 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of a trip to Greece, Arabic language classes, life in the Libyan city of Benghazi, and personal matters. Reference to Alice Robertson, Marion Hager, Janice Somerville, Ed Kelly, Abdel Gader, Dick Duggan, Maria Chirico, Lois Shipp, Alice Crider, John Dorman, Mohammed Ghattour, King Idriss of Libya, Phyllis Noble, Ruth Spaeth, Catherina Stephan, Ralph Stephan, and Ambassador J. Wesley Jones. Weislogel sent the letters from her post in Benghazi, Libya.

Box: 1 Fold: 17 Winifred S. Weislogel (Nov.-Dec.1962)
November - December 1962

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS dated 11/9/1962 and 12/14/1962 and 1 ALS dated 12/25/1962 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of social engagements, the reassignment of Ambassador J. Wesley Jones to Peru after five years in Libya, and a visit from Senator Allen Joseph Ellender. Reference to Ambassador J. Wesley Jones, Wheelus Air Force Base, Mike Clark, Lee Tagge, Cherry Stubbs, Dick Adams, Ralph Stephan, Marion Hager, Dick Duggan, Alice Robertson, Marge Cahill, Betty Bradley, Maria Chirico, Alice Crider, Fred Flott, Lois Hobbs, King Idriss of Libya, Bernice Jones, Anne Kiss, Ed Kelly, Ginny Muller, Henry Schuler, Fran Sparkman, Andy Stergmin, Catherina Stephan, Ralph Wheeler, and Deputy Chief of Mission John Dorman. Weislogel sent the letters from Benghazi, Libya.

Box: 1 Fold: 18 Winifred S. Weislogel (Jan.-Mar.1963)
January - March 1963

DESCRIPTION: Contains 4 TLS dated 1/10/1963, 2/10/1963, 3/8/1963, and 3/21/1963 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of her acceptance into the Foreign Service Training Branch at Tangier, Morocco, for Arabic Language and area training (Weislogel was the first woman to be offered training by the department); travel; and family news. References include Harlie Smith, Cherry Stubbs, Lee Tagge, the "Lady Be Good" (a U.S. B-24 bomber which strayed and crashed in the Libyan desert during World War II), Alice Robertson, Bob Aitken, Pat Brennan, Dick Duggan, Marion Hager, King Idriss of Libya, Alice Lasater, Ambassador E. Allen Lightner, Jr., Mohammed Salah, Henry Schuler, Lois Shipp, Catherina Stephan, Ralph Stephan, and John Dorman. Weislogel sent 3 of the letters from her post in Benghazi, Libya.

Box: 1 Fold: 19 Winifred S. Weislogel (Apr.-June 1963)
April - June 1963

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS dated 4/13/1963, 5/14/1963, and 6/22/1963 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of her travels to Egypt, Sudan, Jerusalem, Beirut; her anticipation of starting training at the Tangier language school; the arrival of Ambassador E. Allen Lightner, Jr.; and social engagements. References include Nancy Fenwick, Fran Sparkman, John Dorman, Ambassador E. Allen Lightner, Jr., Ed Kelly, Harlie Smith, Ann Berry, Max Berry, Walter Frederick Berry, Bob Chase, Fred Khouri, Marion Menzer, Mohammed Salah, Catherina Stephan, Ralph Stephan, Cherry Stubbs, Lee Tagge, and Ambassador James Clement Dunn. Weislogel wrote the letters while stationed in Benghazi, Libya.

Box: 1 Fold: 20 Winifred S. Weislogel (Aug.-Oct. 1963)
August - October 1963

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 ALS dated 8/31/1963 and 9/18/1963 and 1 TLS dated 10/15/1963 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of her impressions of Tangier, Moroccan customs, the Foreign Service Arabic language school in Tangier, American and European "beatnicks" in Tangier, and social engagements. References include Harlie Smith, and Ambassador John H. Ferguson. Weislogel sent the letters from Tangier, Morocco.

Box: 1 Fold: 21 Winifred S. Weislogel (Nov.-Dec. 1963)
November - December 1963

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS dated 11/11/1963, 11/1963 (xerox copy), and 12/10/1963; 1 ALS dated 12/1/1963; and 1 ACS dated 12/22/1963; from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of social engagements, a trip to the Moroccan city of Rabat, and the Arab language training school in Tangier. References include Marie Cecily, Harold Christie, Harlie Smith, and the King of Morocco. Weislogel mailed the letters from Tangier, Morocco.

Box: 1 Fold: 22 Winifred S. Weislogel (Jan.-Mar. 1964)
January - March 1964

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS dated 1/8/1964, 2/22/1964, and 3/23/1964 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of family news, a mild earthquake in Tangier, and friends. References include Rob Kline, Dick Duggan, Harlie Smith, Mary Cecily, and Bill Schutz. Weislogel sent the letters from Tangier, Morocco.

Box: 1 Fold: 23 Winifred S. Weislogel (Apr.-June 1964)
April - June 1964

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS dated 4/19/1964 and 5/10/1964 and 1 ALS dated 6/5/1964 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of travel, friends, and her life in Tangier. References include Rob Kline, Bill Schutz, and Anna Meek. Weislogel sent the letters from Tangier. Also includes 1 ALS dated 6/2/1964 from Betty Bradley to Catherine and George Weislogel.

Box: 1 Fold: 24 Winifred S. Weislogel (July-Sept. 1964)
July - September 1964

DESCRIPTION: Contains 4 TLS dated 7/1/1964, 7/25/1964, 8/23/1964, and 9/21/1964 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of a trip to Granada, Spain; a trip to Rabat, Morocco; family news; and friends. References include the USS "John Paul Jones" and Janice Somerville. Letters sent from Tangier, Morocco.

Box: 1 Fold: 25 Winifred S. Weislogel (Oct.-Dec. 1964)
October - December 1964

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS dated 10/20/1964, 11/8/1964, and 11/29/1964 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of friends, social engagements, and life in Tangier, Morocco. References include Bill Schutz and Mary Cecily. Sent from Tangier.

Box: 1 Fold: 26 Winifred S. Weislogel (January 1965)
January 1965

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 TLS dated 1/11/1965 and 2 ALS dated 1/22/1965 and 1/25/1965 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of social engagements, friends, and her life in Tangier, Morocco. References include Mary Cecily, Frank Popoff, and Karen Farrington. Sent from Tangier.

Box: 1 Fold: 27 Winifred S. Weislogel (October 1965)
October 1965

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 ALS dated 10/10/1965 and 10/23/1965 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of her life in Tangier, Morocco, and her move to Rabat, Morocco. References include Bob Duncan, Mary Cecily, President Bourghibe of Tunisia, and Alice Kinnaire.

Box: 1 Fold: 28 Winifred S. Weislogel (Nov.-Dec. 1965)
November - December 1965

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 TLS dated 11/21/1965 and 1 ALS dated 12/10/1965 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel.

Box: 1 Fold: 29 Winifred S. Weislogel (Jan.-Mar. 1966)
January - March 1966

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS dated 1/7/1966, 2/6/1966, and 3/3/1966 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of social engagements and family news. References include Mary Cecily and Harlie Smith.

Box: 1 Fold: 30 Winifred S. Weislogel (Apr.-June 1966)
April - June 1966

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS dated 4/4/1966, 5/9/1966, and 6/8/1966 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of her trip to Tunisia, social engagements, and life in Rabat, Morocco. Reference to Marion Hager, Phyllis Noble, Howard Russell, Dick Duggan, Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, Mennen Williams, Mary Cecily, and Harlie Smith.

Box: 1 Fold: 31 Winifred S. Weislogel (July-Aug. 1966)
July - August 1966

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS dated 7/10/1966 and 8/28/1966 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel. References include Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, General Idriss, Ethel Dietrich, Tony Martin, Cyd Charlisse, Elsa Martinella, Fran Sparkman, and Dick Duggan.

Box: 1 Fold: 32 Winifred S. Weislogel (Oct.-Dec. 1966)
October - December 1966

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS dated 10/5/1966, 10/30/1966, and 12/4/1966 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel. References include Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, Pat Tierney, Marian Hager, Paul Giardina, Ken MacKay, Rob Kline, Fred Flott, Mary Cecily, and Lee Harrison.

Box: 1 Fold: 33 Winifred S. Weislogel (Jan.-Mar. 1967)
January - March 1967

DESCRIPTION: Contains 4 TLS dated 1/7/1967, 2/6/1967, 3/12/1967, and 3/23/1967 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel. References include Mary Cecily, Moroccan folklore, Joan Ungar, Ed Dow, the King of Morocco, Rob Kline, Ira Bellin, Bertha Potts, Dickie von Rynbach, Pat Tierney, Weislogel's promotion to consul (grade 5), Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, and Ed Keller.

Box: 1 Fold: 34 Winifred S. Weislogel (Apr.-June 1967)
April - June 1967

DESCRIPTION: Contains 4 TLS dated 4/10/1967, 5/4/1967, 5/30/1967, and 6/26/1967 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of travel, friends, social engagements, and the Arab-Israeli War (1967). References include Ed Keller, Pat Tierney, Rachel Nason, Princess Nezha, Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, Bertha Potts, A. C. Walker, Mary Cecily, Ricky Katzaros, Eli Bizic, Harlie Smith, Gamel Abdel Nasser, and Ken MacKay. Sent from Rabat, Morocco.

Box: 1 Fold: 35 Winifred S. Weislogel (July-Sept. 1967)
July - September 1967

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS dated 7/23/1967, 8/23/1967, and 9/24/1967 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of her life in Rabat, Morocco. References include Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, Mary Cecily, Alice Crider, Walter A. Hayden, Ed Dow, Gwen Petitjean, and William Rex Crawford, Jr. Sent from Rabat.

Box: 1 Fold: 36 Winifred S. Weislogel (Oct.-Nov. 1967)
October - November 1967

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS dated 10/16/1967 and 11/12/1967 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel. References include Mary Cecily, Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, Ed Dow, and Zohra Amrani. Sent from Rabat, Morocco.

Box: 1 Fold: 37 Winifred S. Weislogel (Feb.-Mar. 1968)
February - March 1968

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS dated 2/15/1968 and 3/17/1968 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of friends, social engagements, and life in Rabat, Morocco. References include Mary Cecily, Harlie Smith, Zohra Amrani, Abdel Kader, Bertha Potts, Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, Herbert A. Hoffman, Walter A. Hayden, Jr., and William Gordon Loveless.

Box: 1 Fold: 38 Winifred S. Weislogel (Apr.-June 1968)
April - June 1968

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS dated 4/10/1968, 5/2/1968, and 6/4/1968 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of life in Rabat, Morocco. References include Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, Harlie and Karla Smith, Ken MacKay, Ed Dow, John Alden, Lucille Powell, George M. Lane, and Charles A. Schmitz.

Box: 1 Fold: 39 Winifred S. Weislogel (July-Aug. 1968)
July - August 1968

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS dated 7/22/1968 and 8/23/1968 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of life in Rabat, Morocco. References include Fran Sparkman, King Hassan, Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, Mary Cecily, Ed Dow, Marion Hager, Joseph P. Cheevers, and Guido C. Fenzi.

Box: 1 Fold: 40 Winifred S. Weislogel (Oct.-Dec. 1968)
October - December 1968

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS dated 10/17/1968 and 12/11/1968 and 2 ALS dated 12/5/1968 and 12/16/1968 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of life in Rabat, Morocco. References include Ricky Katzaros, Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, Herbert A. Hoffman, Mohammed Sen Hadji, Guido C. Fenzi, Hart Mershon, Ed Dow, Ira Belline, Barbara Hutton, King Hassan of Morocco, Mary Cecily, Zohra Amrani, Bertha Potts, Walter A. Hayden, Jr., Secretary of State William P. Rogers, Karla and Harlie Smith, Richard G. Monsen, and Paul Jacob Ferree.

Box: 1 Fold: 41 Winifred S. Weislogel (Jan.-Feb. 1969)
January - February 1969

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS dated 1/12/1969 and 2/17/1969 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel. References include Herbert A. Hoffman, A.C. Walker, Bert Potts, Zohra Amrani, Ed Dow, Ricky Katzaros, Ken MacKay, Alice Crider, Helen Williamson, Helen Griffith, Guido C. Fenzi, Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, and Dorothy Gasorek.

Box: 1 Fold: 42 Winifred S. Weislogel (Apr.-June 1969)
April - June 1969

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS dated 4/1/1969, 5/18/1969, and 6/29/1969 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel. References include Marion Hager, Dorothy Gasorek, Ed Dow, Guido C. Fenzi, Bertha Potts, Sam Freiberg, and Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, Theodore Karol Jelen (?), Lewis White, Herbert A. Hoffman, Harlie Smith, Ken MacKay, Zohra Amrani, Paul Jacob Ferree, Gwen Petitjean, and Adriana Gyswyt.

Box: 1 Fold: 43 Winifred S. Weislogel (July-Sept. 1969)
July - September 1969

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS dated 7/28/1969 and 9/15/1969 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George S. Weislogel. References include Dorothy Gasorek, Pat Tierney, Ed Dow, Bertha Potts, Lewis White, Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, King Hassan of Morocco, Adriana Gyswyt, Guido C. Fenzi, Ira Belline, Robert Strausz-Hupe, General Oufkir, Edward Lee Fairley, Kenneth Adolph Kurze, Naomi M. Volk, Dwight Dickinson, Muriel Donnelly, and Herbert A. Hoffman. Includes discussion of Ambassador Tasca's farewell reception before he left Morocco to be stationed in Athens, Greece.

Box: 1 Fold: 44 Winifred S. Weislogel (Nov.-Dec. 1969)
November - December 1969

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS dated 11/13/1969 and 12/17/1969 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel. References include Lewis White, Joseph P. Cheevers, Bertha Potts, Naomi M. Volk, Ira Belline, Ann Jacobs, Mercia Barnes, Ken MacKay, Fred Flott, Nat Samuels, Sam Freiberg, Robert Strausz-Hupe, Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, Herbert A. Hoffman, Gwen Petitjean, Muriel Donnelly, Dorothy Gasorek, and John C. Beam.

Box: 1 Fold: 45 Winifred S. Weislogel (Jan.-Mar. 1970)
January - March 1970

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS dated 1/20/1970 and 3/10/1970 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel. References include Mary Cecily, Lewis White, Secretary of State William P. Rogers, Ava Bond, Marion Hager, Barbara Fockler, Margo Cutter, Lewis White, Bertha Potts, the visit of the Apollo 12 astronauts--Charles Conrad, Jr., Richard F. Gordon, Jr., and Allan L. Bean--to Morocco, Herbert A. Hoffman, Naomi M. Volk, Ambassador Stuart Rockwell, Dwight Dickinson, Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, Gwen Petitjean, and David Dunlop Newsom.

Box: 1 Fold: 46 Winifred S. Weislogel (Apr.-July 1970)
April - July 1970

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS dated 4/28/1970, 6/7/1970, and 7/3/1970 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel. References include Emma Celhay, John C. Beam, Bert Potts, Ambassador Stuart Rockwell, Ira Belline, Joseph P. Cheevers, Marion Hager, Lewis White, Gunther Auers, Ken Kurze, Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, Alene Fletcher, Margo Cutter, Ambassador Dwight Dickinson, and Muriel Donnelly. Includes discussion of her leaving Morocco to take the post of Deputy Chief of Mission in Lome, Togo, in Africa.

Box: 1 Fold: 47 Winifred S. Weislogel (Oct.-Dec. 1970)
October - December 1970

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 ACS c. 1970 and 3 TLS dated 10/16/1970, 11/9/1970, and 12/11/1970 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of her impressions of Lome, Togo. References include Ambassador Dwight Dickinson, President Eyadema of Togo, Muriel Donnelly, Herman Bielefeld, Lucien Lee Kinsloving, Ambassador Matthew James Looram, Jr., and Orison Rudolph Aggrey. The card and letters were sent from Lome, Togo.

Box: 1 Fold: 48 Winifred S. Weislogel (Jan.-Mar. 1971)
January - March 1971

DESCRIPTION: Contains 4 TLS dated 1/3/1971, 1/8/1971, 2/8/1971, and 3/15/1971 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel, with discussion of life in Lome, Togo. Includes discussion of social customs in Togo, her role as Charge d'Affaires in the absence of Ambassador Dwight Dickinson, and the visit of Congressman Charles C. Diggs, Jr., of Michigan--the first Congressional visit ever to Togo. References include Dwight Dickinson, President Eyadema, Bertha Potts, Muriel Donnelly, Gordon Loveless, Dorothy Gasorek, and Congressman Charles C. Diggs, Jr., Herbert A. Hoffman, Bill Hudspith, and Naomi and John Volk. Sent from Lome, Togo.

Box: 1 Fold: 49 Winifred S. Weislogel (Jan.-Mar. 1971)
April - June 1971

DESCRIPTION: Contains 4 TLS dated 4/13/1971, 5/29/1971, 5/10/1971, and 6/12/1971 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel. References include Ambassador Dwight Dickinson, Muriel Donnelly, Ambassador Ohim (Togolese Ambassador to the U.S.), Bertha Potts, Bill Hudspith, and President Eyadema of Togo. Sent from Lome, Togo.

Box: 1 Fold: 50 Winifred S. Weislogel (July-Sept. 1971)
July - September 1971

DESCRIPTION: Contains 6 TLS dated 7/3/1971, 7/10/1971, 8/7/1971, 8/10/1971, 8/24/1971, and 9/13/1971 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel. References include President Eyadema of Togo, Bertha Potts, Ambassador Dwight Dickinson, Mary Cecily, Earle Russell, Tom Whitcomb, Muriel Donnelly, Ken MacKay, Ambassador Ohin, Joseph P. Blatchford, David Christensen, and Robert W. Barr. Sent from Lome, Togo.

Box: 1 Fold: 51 Winifred S. Weislogel (Nov.-Dec. 1971)
November - December 1971

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS dated 11/12/1971, 12/14/1971, and 12/17/1971 from Winifred S. Weislogel to her parents Catherine and George Weislogel. References include Gwen Petitjean, Ira Belline, Barbara Hutton, Ambassador Stuart Rockwell, Zohra Amrani, Spiro T. Agnew, Ambassador Henry J. Tasca, David Dunlop Newsom, Ambassador Dwight Dickinson, Bernice Zipper, Charlie van Tassel, Ken MacKay, Sara Jane Littlefield, Hamish Angus, Muriel Donnelly, Naomi Volk, and John Volk. Sent from Lome, Togo.

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