A widowed mother in Germany writes her son and daughter-in-law explaining why she cannot bring herself to emigrate, even though they have sent money for her passage. She includes information on perceptions of immigrant life in America, as well as the…
Letter to Theodor Rehder from Max Rehder in 1928 from Sylt, Germany. He discusses his current inability to repay a loan to Theodor, the Dawes Plan, German politics, and his hope that the American Rehders will visit Sylt.
Letter from Max Rehder in January, 1931. He discusses financial troubles, the coming "national government," business prospects, and antipathy towards Jews. Of note are the National Socialist stickers attached to the letter.
Letter from Max Rehder discussing his pessism regarding German politics and current business prospects, as well as his only hope in the coming "Hitler Government." Of note is the stamped swastika on the bottom.
Rather more upbeat letter from Max Rehder, which he attributes to his satisfaction at the new National Socialist government, as well as his burgeoning position within it. He still can't pay Theodor back, however.