Dr .Hulbert left appr. 1,000 letters most of which were written from Korea to the family members and friends in the U.S. The Society plans to translate those letters into Korean for the publication of a book of letters in the future. For this purpose, after Karl Schitz, Dartmouth graduate, Joshua R. Briscoe, sophomore of the Central Michigan University, has come to our office to work as summer intern since early May. He will transcribe the letters, whcih are cursives, into modern English and I or someone will translate them into Korean. I express heartfelt thanks to professor Hope Elizabeth May for the recommendation of Josh. Professor May spoke on Dr. Hulbert a couple of times at the Hulbert symposium. Hope you join me wishing Josh spend wonderful time during this summer with the Society.
Thanks for your interest in and support of Hulbert Memorial Society. Wish you the best,
DongJin Kim, Chairman, The Hulbert Memorial Society