Love to all, Eunice


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November 21, 1950

512 8th AvenueBrooklyn, New YorkNovember 21, 1950 Dear folks, I know that I should have written quite some time ago but I’ve been so busy that I just haven’t had the time and here it is the night before the day I go on board the ship. I was in

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November 23, 1950 – Thanksgiving Day

Cunard Line R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth Thanksgiving Day First day:  It is time for me to go to bed but I thought that I should get a line started to you.  After rushing around in New York for three days it was good to get on and get settled.  We seemed

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December 2, 1950

London December 2 and 3 Dear folks, I’ll begin this tonight.  You see I’m re-reading your letters which you sent to the boat, since I have no others, and I’ll answer those questions in this letter. No, I didn’t get the slippers nor the bed-room slippers in New York.  Maybe

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The following is written by Donna Kahlstorf, a co-laborer in the mission field with Eunice. The piece summarizes Eunice’s mission work in Africa and the events surrounding her death. It was given as a contribution to Diane Powell Hawkins for her work, who graciously shared it with the transcriber. Another

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May 16, 1956

Wednesday May 16 Dear Eunice, Guess I’ll write you a line tonight even tho’ I haven’t heard from you since I got the letter telling about the dog.  Well they always say no news is good news so I’m hoping that holds true in this case and that you have

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