Contains 11 Results:
From Leon Keyserling (Oldest son), 1918
From Hendersonville, NC; Leon is with his siblings at a school; description of his activities and an essay he wrote; mentions that his mother was "improving" (health wise).
From Leon Keyserling (Oldest son), 1920
From Highmount, NY; description of a Literary Society debate on who was greater, Washington or Lincoln?; description of daily activities; second letter written from Jackson, Wyoming describing the small Western towns he visited.
From Leon Keyserling (Oldest son), 1923
From Long Island; mentions his father's car accident; inquires about Ku Klux Klan activities in Beaufort (as described in the Beaufort Gazette); descriptions of books he read; inquires if William has read anything in the papers about "[Henry] Ford's latest attacks upon the Jews"; musing about deficiency of the electoral college system; mentions his grandmother; Leon's commentary on Pres. Harding and Woodrow Wilson.
From Leon Keyserling (Oldest son), 1924
From Leon Keyserling (Oldest son), 1925
From Columbia University; description of exams and his roommate (who is an art student); commentary on current politicians and the art of speech writing; brief history of railroad strike of 1894 (on which he was preparing an essay); his new opinions about WWI (which are different from what he was taught in high school,) and his high esteem for Woodrow Wilson; description of how his Jewish fraternity identified and rushed new Jewish students.
From Leon Keyserling (Oldest son), 1926
From Leon Keyserling (Oldest son), 1927
From Leon Keyserling (Oldest son), 1928
From Leon Keyserling (Oldest son), 1929
From Cambridge, MA; further discussion related to both academic and social life at Harvard Law School; musings on type of law he might practice and which political party would be most beneficial to be affiliated with; his views on capitalism and the role of economics in law; descriptions of his housemates; mentions dating and making an effort to find time to be more social; explains to his father what "law club" contests are and how they work.