Letter from Ethel Rosenberg to Julius Rosenberg, 7/29/1951
Box 1 Folder 6
Letter from Ethel Rosenberg to Julius Rosenberg.
She tells Julius that she is full of anxiety about the children's imminent visit. She had a visit from sister-in-law Lena, who told her that the children reacted in a way that "pleased me none too well." She will try to calm the children down before Julius arrives, she promises. She continues the monologue she began in her last letter, concerning what she wishes to tell the children regarding their situation. She also suggests they should explain what the death penalty is (electrocution) if either of the children asks.
|Associated Personal Entities:|
|Rosenberg, Ethel, 1915-1953|
|Rosenberg, Julius, 1918-1953|
|Capital punishment--United States.|
|Death row inmates|
|Rosenberg, Ethel, 1915-1953 – Trials, litigation, etc.|
|Rosenberg, Ethel, 1915-1953--Correspondence.|
|Rosenberg, Julius, 1918-1953 – Trials, litigation, etc.|
| Rosenberg Letters|