Re: Gottfried Graf
- Thanks Ron!
--- In email@example.com, Ron Lahav
> Hello Suanne,
> Glad I could help. What you should do now is to give
> your daughter and her fiancé copies of the
> documentation which you have and let them wander over
> to the Department of Germanic Languages at the
> University of New Mexico (I assume that this is the
> university in Albuquerque which she attends). There
> will be lots of native German speakers wandering
> around the office, and she should try to contact one
> of them, take him/her down to the Student Union over a
> cup of coffee, and show him/her the documents. If the
> student (who will be a grad student in the US working
> as a Teaching Assistant in German to improve his/her
> command of English) appears interested, have your
> daughter invite him/her over to your place for dinner,
> maybe a barbecue, and then you cab sit down and write
> a draft in English which he/she can then translate
> into German and send to the Manheimer Stadtarchiv.
> Using a student will be cheaper than using an actual
> faculty member. Perhaps you can sign on your computer
> with your password and then let him/her onto the
> Mannheim Archives e-mail address. If the student wants
> to contact me, please give him/her my e-mail address.
> Hope this helps.
> Ron in Geordieland
> > Thank you Ron! My daughter attends the University
> > here in
> > Albuquerque and her fiance is a teacher. I'm sure we
> > can find
> > someone for the task!
> > I really appreciate your assistance!
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