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1961 Apr 07, 4 p. w/env. Letter to Folks Took a trip to Istanbul with Suheyla and had an undesirable Easter service; took a boat trip to the Princess Islands; having a hard time because she’s having to do more work than usual and is also getting mixed up in other people’s “battles;” bought an old design Turkish rug.
1961 Apr 11, 3 p. w/env. Letter to Folks There’s an American Home Ec. gal who has been in Pakistan that will come to Turkey to replace Helen McCune; a seamstress had come over and spent the entire day working on her clothes to be ready to go to Africa;
1961 Apr 12, 1 p. w/env. Letter to Folks Short letter about being busy and a thank you Extension Home Economics Advisor Monthly Report , Mar. 1961 Professional Letter,
1961 Mar. 20, 3 p “Dear Home Economics Extension Worker” from Mary Border
1961 Apr 13, 3 p. w/env. Letter to Brother Enclosing a story of their military, the Americans came into Izmir and painted a school in “one felt swoop;” had discovered two of Kennedy’s peace corps official [advance] guard investigators; “My new replacement demands every minute of my time;” doesn’t have much time to write letters, “This job is getting hectic because they want me to do a year’s work these last few months before I leave.” Newspaper clipping The Stars and Stripes, 1961 Apr. 10, “Turkish Youngsters Improve Their Orphanage”
1961 Apr 20, 2 p. w/env. Letter to Folks Is being smothered by the new Home Ec. who needs Mary’s help all the time, the new Home Ec. will then take over Mary’s canning training schools; will be leaving for Cyprus; haven’t heard anything about her new assignment. Professional Letter,
1961 Apr. 17, 2 p. “Dear Home Economics Extension Worker” from Mary Border
1961 Apr 22, 2 p. w/env. Letter to C.A. Border from Thomas Gilcrease Institute Membership recruitment
1961 Apr 27, 3 p. w/env. Letter to Folks Went sightseeing in Cyprus; talks about her lawn and garden; talks about how U.S. participants must be O.K.ed and the Agriculture men put nineteen folk in a language school and they all failed so now the Agriculture extension will have no U.S. participants.
1961 Apr, 1 p. no env. Postcard to Rose from [?]

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