Join Hazak as transcriber Francis W. Hoeber presents a body of work near and dear to his heart. In the late 1980s, Hoeber discovered a packet of letters in the back of a filing cabinet in his house, which had never been open. They were yellowed, typed and handwritten wrinkled pages, in German, dated 1938 and 1939. Without asking, he knew these were letters his parents wrote to each other in the year they were apart during the Nazi regime. Come hear the incredible story, and stay for a discussion. RSVP to Coleman Poses or Helen Feinberg.