Letters, 1951, of Phillip Coddington, a Captain in the United States Army, written to his wife. Most of the letters are written from Germany, while some are written from Texas and New York. Coddington served as a dentist during the Korean War, but it seems that he was never stationed in Korea itself.
This collection contains one flier from Lufthansa describing a tour of Europe for January 1977 used at William & Mary.
A 77 page scrapbook containing 50 postcards, 3 dried flowers, 7 photos, and 254 pages of letters written by Genevieve Kerdell. Kerdell sent the letters and postcards to her parents over the course of her travels through Europe in 1928. The countries visited include Italy, France, Germany, and England.
This collection consists of one album consisting of 40 black and white photographs kept by someone visiting Europe during the summer of 1936. Included in the album are photos of castles, landscapes, buildings, and the sea. There are several photographs that may have been taken in Berlin, Germany during the 1936 Olympics, including a photograph of someone waving from a car that may be Adolf Hitler. A few of the photographs have Rothenburg written on the back.
This diary documents a trip to Europe by an unknown individual in 1926. The diarist mentions traveling through German locales; other places may be mentioned as well. The exterior cover of the diary appears to predate the diary entries.
Diary, 1929, of the trip of an American college student to Hamsburg, Germany, who traveled with his parents and his brother aboard the SS Franconia. Countries visited include Denmark, Sweden, Germany, France, Scotland and England. Entries include information about his departure, his activities aboard ship, and fellow passengers. Also includes details of the locations which they visited, hotels they stayed at, as well as the restaurants, shows they saw, and operas they attended.