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Grace Kull and John E. Rames Papers
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Coll. No. 423
Scope and Content Note
This collection contains letters from Grace Kull, Cooperstown, N.Y., to sister-in-law Bert Chapin (B.T. Kull), Union, N.J., from 1958 to 1988. Selections from the 1958-1968 correspondence were published in 2000 as, Dear Bert: Selected Letters 1958-1968. There are also letters from John E. Rames (Grace's brother) to his family in Newark, N.J. while he served in the Army during World War II (1943-1945), along with a couple of letters and related photographs sent to him, as well as a few letters concerning his 1945 death in the war. Additionally, the collection contains publisher's layout pages from a 2003 collection of Rames' letters entitled, Traces: A Soldier Writes Home, edited by Grace Kull.
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