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She describes the overwhelming despair she felt after her last meeting with Julius, and the way she was able to conquer it. Ethel jokes that, in...
1951/11/29
Ethel urges her husband to remain at the West Street jail, where he is more easily accessible to their lawyers and where he can take a greater r...
1951/04/29
Ethel commiserates with sister-in-law Lena about the shock that Julius' transfer to Sing Sing must have produced for Julius' family. She does ex...
1951/05/28
He begins with a description of his walk around the prison yard that morning. Then he describes his restless state within his cell, and his feel...
1952/12/27
Ethel tells him how frustrated she was that they were separated by a screen at their last meeting, but nevertheless how happy she was to see him...
1951/05/27
He says that his sister was late because she picked up some of their letters to deliver to Manny, which Julius sees as a heartening sign of the ...
1952/10/26
The prison moved Julius into a wing that is closer to Ethel's cell. He spent most of that hot day cleaning his new cell. He triumphantly notes t...
1952/06/26
Ethel thanks her for her last letter, expresses delight at the news that Julius' mother managed to make the trip out to Sing Sing to visit him, ...
1951/06/26
Ethel tells her sister-in-law that she cannot write to her as often as she likes because she is attempting to build a routine within the prison ...
1951/05/26
He explains that he has always supported freedom of opinion and religion, which is why the accusations of Lyons and Winchell have incensed him. ...
1953/02/25
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