Click here to see lots more photos that Katie Strobel and others took during our October 2013 reunion.
And click here for photos of other IES reunions.
While in Wien at the reunion, Gail Reynolds Natzler (IES Wien 1960-61), made with her iPhone a series of marvelous self-portraits reminiscent of Gustav Klimt’s paintings. Thanks, Gail, for sharing them with us!
This list is the result of requests made of me by various attendees at our IES 1959-64 Vienna Reunion in late October 2013. I thank my friends who have suggested many of these titles. Titles with an asterisk are ones I have read. Titles with links are ones I can especially recommend to you.
Continue reading A Vienna reading list
All of our plans have been made and our schedule is final. The weather in Vienna will be mild and pleasant for our entire reunion weekend! Here is our schedule: Continue reading 2013 Reunion final schedule announced
Der Rudolfshof in the Grinzing district of Vienna has been chosen as the venue for the Saturday evening, October 26, celebratory dinner of the IES reunion classes of 1959-64.
This is one of the most appealing wine restaurants in Grinzing, dating back to 1848 when it was little more than a shack within a garden. Its real fame came around the beginning of the 20th century when Crown Prince Rudolf, son of Emperor Franz Josef, adopted it as his favorite watering hole.
A verdant garden, scattered with tables, is favored by Viennese apartment dwellers on warm summer evenings. Inside, portraits of Rudolf decorate a setting that evokes an old-fashioned hunting lodge.
Come here for pitchers of the fruity white wine grüner Veltliner and light red roter Bok. The menu lists schnitzels, roasts, and soups, but the house specialty is shish kabob.
At least 22 members of the the classes of 1959-64 will be at our Vienna reunion, October 24-27, 2013. The following IESers and their significant others have reconfirmed that they will attend the reunion: Continue reading IES Wien 1959-64 reunion update
Here’s Richard Tauber singing about our favorite city. We’ll be there in October!
Dear IES Abroad Alumni,
It saddens me to inform you that Paul Koutny, one of the founders of IES Abroad, passed away May 12 at the age of 86.
Paul founded IES Abroad in 1950, enrolling the first class of 23 American students in Vienna. Held as a political prisoner by the Nazis at the age of 17 for his activity in the anti-Nazi underground, Paul dedicated himself to rebuilding Austria after World War II. It was his year abroad at St. Thomas University, sponsored by the Fulbright Commission in 1949, that inspired his ambitious dream: the founding of an organization that would create life-changing experiences for young Americans and help bridge the cultural divide between two continents. Continue reading In memory of IES Abroad founder Paul Koutny (1926-2013)
Editor’s note: The following is a tribute to Paul Koutney, co-founder of IES, by Morten Solvik, current director of IES Abroad in Vienna. Paul Koutney, a young Austrian, and Clarence Giese, a young American, founded IES in 1950. They were operating the Vienna program during the years we were students there. Herr Koutney accompanied us in Vienna at the reunion for the class of 1960-61 in October 2011. We were looking forward to being with him again at our upcoming Vienna reunion in October 2013 for the classes of 1959-64.
It is with great regret that I report that the death of Paul Koutny, the man whose vision led to the founding of IES Abroad.
Held as a political prisoner by the Nazis in his late teens, Paul immediately set to work to help in the rebuilding of his native country of Austria after the Second World War. It was his year abroad as a student in the United States from 1949 to 1950 that inspired a truly ambitious dream: the founding of an organization already in the following academic year that would make this life-changing experience available to young Americans wanting to come to Europe and thus help bridge the cultural differences between two continents. After making arrangements for the very first IES center in Vienna, Paul went on start other locations for this grand enterprise, in Freiburg, Madrid, Paris. Continue reading In memoriam: Paul Koutney passes away
Looks good, don’t you think? Starting with only the Vienna site when we were students there fifty years ago, IES now operates more than 100 academic programs in 36 cities and 21 countries around the world. Click here for more IES Abroad information.
Here are just a few of the musical events that will be held in Vienna during our upcoming reunion in October 2013:
Vienna Boys Choir, October 25, Friday
Concert, Musikverein, October 25, Friday
Vivaldi, The Four Seasons, Karlskirche, October 25, Friday
Mozart, Requiem, Karlskirche, October 26, Saturday
Concert, Musikverien, October 26, Saturday
Der Rosenkavalier, Staatsoper, October 27, Sunday
The Marriage of Figaro, Volksoper, October 27, Sunday
Please make your own plans for tickets to the opera or other musical events you might wish to attend. Tickets are often available the day of the event but you may want to book now via the Internet to get be sure to get a seat. Click here for details of all musical events and tickets. You can pay for tickets over the Internet by credit card.
Everybody on these lists is cordially invited to attend our reunion in Vienna, October 24-27, 2013.
Special thanks to Jennifer Jerzyk at IES headquarters in Chicago for compiling these class lists for us.
Excitement over plans for our upcoming Vienna Class of 1960-61 reunion, October 23-27, 2013, has risen so high that other vintage classes have asked to join us. So, we hereby officially extend our invitation to all members of the following classes (full year and spring) to join in Vienna October 23-27, 2013, for a reunion spanning five class years:
Class of 1959-60
Class of 1960-61
Class of 1961-62
Class of 1962-63
Class of 1963-64
Please note: The Spring 1963 class is having its own Vienna reunion in early September 2013. If you are a member of that class and would like to to come to our 1959-1964 Vienna reunion October 23-27, 2013, we cordially invite you too.
All of this looks interesting, especially since I was on that Italian tour!
My introduction to IES came in the fall of 1960. Continue reading Fall 1960: Gail Reynolds Natzler recalls London to Vienna
Page Bradham’s 1961 tour map of Europe has enabled us to recreate computerized maps of our various IES trips using the latest technology. This one shows our bus trip from London to Vienna (with side trips to Oxford and Chartres), a distance of 1,400 miles, after our sea voyage across the Atlantic.
What we’ve learned from comparing the 1961 map with a modern one is how much the primary road systems have changed. In 1961 the major highways were almost all two-lane roads that followed ancient routes while today everything goes by superhighways cutting across the terrain. Here’s our 1961 route, which went on roads that today are mere byways: Continue reading Map: London to Vienna, February 1961
By David Maraist
Postscript 2013: Gazing back over the past half century one sees many peaks and valleys in a lifetime. Spring Break of 1961 is definitely one of the highest peaks on my horizon. The time in Italy was fabulous. Life was really good. We had terrific weather, great Italian food, companionship and conversation. We saw the major works of the Renaissance first hand and strolled through incredible ruins of the Roman Empire. We were so young and so carefree. It is hard not to wax nostalgic in thinking about that springtime of our lives. Simon and Garfunkel would express this sentiment precisely on one of their albums. Continue reading David Maraist’s Journal: Spring Break 1961 Tour of Italy
My name is Gretl. I’m a former IES Vienna student (Fall 2004) who fell in love with the city and stuck around to get a Master’s degree at the Uni Wien. During the 8 years or so that I’ve lived here, I’ve done a lot of work as a tour guide, and recently I turned the content of my city tours into a self-guided Vienna tour app called Gretl Goes: Vienna. Continue reading Self-guided Vienna tour app–Gretl Goes: Vienna
We have received notice that some of our classmates have passed away. In memory of them, we have set up this page. We know this list is incomplete and we will appreciate additions as they come to your attention. We express the grief and sympathy of our entire class to all family members.
Charles Newcomb (Spring 1961) passed away in October 2012. He is survived by his wife, Nane, reported to us by Joel Ziegler and Gordon Watson.
Christopher E. Hetzel (1960-61). He is survived by his wife, Susan Schumaker Hetzel (Spring 1961), who reported his death to us.
Laurie Rayburn (Spring 1961) passed away in November 2011, reported to us by Judy Tucker Earle and Gordon Watson.
Here are four IES Wien 1960-61 beauties on their way to Vienna on the Maasdam in September 1960. Julie Hunt is on the far right. Please click here to tell us who the other three are.
David Maraist found in his scrapbook this wonderful group photo of IES Wien Spring 1961 participants at our “formal reception” upon our arrival in Vienna, February 28, 1961. This photo is particularly significant because it is the only we have found so far that shows us in a University of Vienna setting. Below are the names we have been able to identify. Please click here to send us the names of the missing ones. Continue reading Please help us identify everybody in this photo!
It’s not too soon to be making airplane and hotel reservations for our October 24-27, 2013, reunion in Vienna. Here is a list of hotels we have personally visited that we can especially recommend. Continue reading Recommended hotels for our October 2013 reunion
A trip to Europe via ocean liner in 1961 was a far cry from today’s hurried pace. We took trunks filled with clothes including evening gowns the girls wore in Paris with the boys in suits. Click on the photo for a larger view, look closely, and you will see pearl necklaces and white evening gloves. Those were the days! Continue reading February in Paris 1961
Page Bradham (Kizer) brought us her photo album, and she and Gordon Watson identified almost everybody for us. Please help us identify the missing names in these photos. Send us an email by clicking here and click here to see all the photos.
Four more Wien 1961 IESers have been identified in the group photo taken on the Saxonia on the trip across the Atlantic in February 1961:
Margot Bussard Knoll is #7 (identified by Rosemary Gage Murphy)
Rosemary Gage Murphy is #8 (identified by herself)
Laurie Rayburn (deceased) is #9 (identified by Judy Tucker Earle)
Keith Manatt is #10 (identified by Judy Tucker Earle)
We are pleased to announce that the IES Vienna Class of 1960-61 is going to have another reunion in Vienna, Thursday-Sunday, October 24-27, 2013! Continue reading Next Vienna reunion planned for October 24-27, 2013
Twelve thousand American college students have attended the University of Vienna through the auspices of IES since Paul Koutny, an Austrian, and Clarence Giese, an American, founded IES in 1950. Members of the class of 1960-61 held our 50th reunion in Vienna the weekend of October 21-23, 2011. This was the first-ever official reunion of an IES class in Vienna. Below are photos of the event.
Twelve thousand American college students have attended the University of Vienna through the auspices of IES since Paul Koutny, an Austrian, and Clarence Giese, an American, founded IES in 1950. Members of the class of 1960-61 held our 50th reunion in Vienna the weekend of October 21-23, 2011. This was the first-ever official reunion of an IES class in Vienna. Below are photos of the event. Continue reading IES Wien 1960-61 50th reunion photos
Here’s the link to an excellent article about Vienna:
John Irving, the author of Hotel New Hampshire and other wonderful novels, was a student at IES in Vienna 1963-64, just two years after we were there. Recently he wrote a lengthy book review in The New York Times that contains numerous references to his IES year, a reminder of our year there. Continue reading John Irving, the novelist, came after us at IES Wien
In the 50th-anniversary month of the construction of the Berlin Wall, George F. Will has written in The Washington Post today, Sunday, August 14, 2011, a stinging critique of President John F. Kennedy. Kennedy met with Nikita Khruschev in Vienna while we were there in June 1961 then goaded the East Germans into erecting the Berlin Wall in August 1961. A few months earlier, in April, Kennedy authorized the Bay of Pigs disaster. Will says Kennedy’s was “the most incompetent first year of any presidency. Click here to read George Will’s essay, titled “JFK’s Berlin Blunder”.
President John F. Kennedy and USSR Premier Nikita Khruschev held their summit meeting in Vienna early June 1961 and we IES Wien 1960-61 students were there! Continue reading George Trask’s photos: President John Kennedy’s June 1961 Vienna meeting with USSR Premier Nikita Khruschev
Here are some great photos David Maraist sent from his scrapbook of memories of our Vienna days: Continue reading David Maraist sends scrapbook photos
David Maraist found in his scrapbook this wonderful group photo of IES Wien Spring 1961 participants at our “formal reception” upon our arrival in Vienna, February 28, 1961. This photo is particularly significant because it is the only we have found so far that shows us in a University of Vienna setting. Below are the names we have been able to identify. Please click here to send us the names of the missing ones. Continue reading IES Wien Spring 1961 University of Vienna group photo found
For the few of us slow learners who didn’t become entirely fluent in German during our time in Wien in 1960-61 :-), it’s not too late to relearn German. The German newspaper Deutsche Welle has an extensive English-language website that includes a superb German course, hundreds of hours of instruction, all for free. Now is the time to brush up on your German in anticipation of our IES Wien 1960-61 50th reunion in October. Continue reading reLearn German
Paula Scheidecker Lowe was rummaging through her 1960-61 Wien memorabilia recently and uncovered a copy of the entire IES Wien 1960-61 Bulletin, 48-pages crammed with information about our Vienna experience. This is a really important document because it gives a wealth of information about every aspect of the program and includes lots of photos. Each of us received the bulletin before we departed the USA. In case you’ve forgotten, here’s a copy of the entire bulletin: Continue reading IES Wien 1960-61 Bulletin uncovered
Frank Ziegler sent a cryptic message the other day identifying himself and Joel Ziegler in the Saxonia photo of the Spring 1961 group. Frank hinted he looked so old and Joel looked so young back then that Joel was his “son”. Actually, they are the same age and are not related at all.
Hello fellow IES Wieners 1960-61,
I am here in Wien making arrangements for our October 21-23 reunion. Continue reading Hello from Vienna, June 30, 2011
I think of Vienna very often. In June of 2010, I spent 10 days in Vienna and nearby, retracking all the steps there of 50 years ago. I stayed in a reasonable pension “Suzanne” and could hear the opera every night from my window. Continue reading Penny Goodwin Kurtz sends informative email
Ann Foley sent the following nice note the other day as she helped identify classmates in the London group photo. :
“Just heard about the reunion, and found all this information. What a delight! Thought I’d identify a few of us on the group photo. Was only able to magnify half of it so couldn’t do more: 1 Ann Foley, herself, 2 Nanci Schulson, 7 Janet Bratmuller, 15 Carol Garcia, 16 Sharon Leary. Hope to send some photos later. Ann”
The Fall 1960 IES Wien itinerary from departure from New York on September 7, 1960, to arrival in Vienna on October 4, 1960, has resurfaced courtesy of Paula Scheidecker (Lowe), a Fall participant. Paula found it among her mementos, and we are pleased to reproduce it below. Continue reading Fall 1960 itinerary New York to Vienna rediscovered
Our IES Wien 1960-61 50th Reunion on the weekend of October 21-23, 2011, will include numerous opportunities to enjoy Vienna’s incomparable music. The reunion will begin at 12:30 p.m. on Friday, October 21, with a greeting, concert and reception at the IES Center with music performed by current IES music students. Our weekend together will end at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, October 23, with an orchestra and choir mass at the Jesuitenkirche, Haydn’s home church located just in front of the great hall of the old University of Vienna. In between will be numerous opportunities to attend music events for which you must purchase tickets, including La Traviata, Salome and Fidelio at the Opera House. Below is a list of the music events requiring tickets we have found so far: Continue reading Our reunion weekend includes great music events
Two more Wien 1961 IESers have been identified in the group photo taken on the Saxonia on the trip across the Atlantic in February 1961:
Carol Dyckes (Rockne) is #4 (identified by Kay Kramer McGinnis)
Margie Eichelberger is #5 (identified by David Maraist)
Click here for a website that shows hundreds of photos of Vienna today. As you will see, our favorite city looks better than ever!
Click here to read an excellent online travel guide to Vienna. This is a great arm-chair way to renew our acquaintance with our favorite city in anticipation of our 50th reunion in Wien in October.
Left to right: Bill Dorr, Joan Broglio (Kimmel), Tony Broglio
Photo identifications of us from 50 years ago keep popping up. We received emails from Bill Dorr and Gordon Watson identifying Bill Dorr in the Saxonia photo and an email from Joan Broglio (Kimmel) identifying herself and Tony Broglio in the London group photo.
Nineteen (19) stalwarts, now age 70, from the group of 213 youths who studied together at the Institute of European Studies in Vienna, Austria, during the school year 1960-61 have declared their best efforts to attend our 50th Reunion in Vienna on the weekend of October 21-23, 2011. Of those, seven (7) have said they will definitely attend and are already getting their airplane tickets and hotel reservations. Others will surely come forward to swell our reunion group, which will include not only the IES participants but also their spouses, significant others and perhaps family members and friends. Continue reading 19 Wien 1960-61 IESers look forward to 50th Reunion
David Maraist writes that he is #3 in the Saxonia group photo. He says he had never seen this photo until now.
Ginny Cornyn found herself in the Wien Year 1960-61 group photo taken in London. Here’s what she wrote to us:
“I am #50 in the group picture. When the picture was taken, my home was in Winnetka, IL and I now live in Hillsboro, OR.”
Well, it’s not a photo of all of us Spring 1961 IESers on the way to Wien on the Saxonia, but this is as close to all of us on the ship as we’ve been able to uncover. Kathy Reilly (Steadman) sent this from her album, and what a nice photo it is. Continue reading IES Wien Spring 1961 group photo on Saxonia rediscovered
Here’s the link to a recent good article in Condé Nast Traveler about Vienna:
Amelia Stevens recently wrote to let us know she’s #36 in the photo. From Omaha, Texas in 1960-61, Amelia now lives in San Rafael, California.
Kay Kramer sent this wonderful photo of almost all of the IES Wien 1960-61 group, taken in London soon after arrival on the Maasdam, Holland America Line, sailing from New York. We have numbered everyone on the photo to help with identification. Please click on the photo twice for a really large view and click here to send an email to help us identify everybody. Here’s our tentative identification so far: Continue reading IES Wien 1960-61 group photo: Amelia Stevens identifies herself
SAVE THE DATE: Friday, October 21 to Sunday, October 23, Vienna, Austria
Dear Vienna 60-61 Classmates,
This is a reminder that if you are planning to join us in Vienna for our 50th class reunion (and I hope you are!), please make sure that you have already or are in the process of booking your air and hotel reservations. Remember that your spouse or significant other is more than welcome to join us! Continue reading October 2011 50th Reunion in Vienna taking shape
David Maraist was an IES Wien Spring 1961 participant from the University of Notre Dame. He kept a detailed contemporaneous diary of his Vienna experiences, portions of which we are publishing in segments at this website. A native of Louisiana, David now lives in Lafayette, Louisiana. This is his current recollection of his months in Vienna in 1961, a look backwards at the memories in his diary. Continue reading A Student in Vienna by David Maraist
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Courtesy of Kay Kramer McGinnis. Here are six IESers in the Wien 1960-61 group having a good time on the way to Europe on Holland America’s Maasdam. Left to right seated: 1. Kay Kramer, 2. Betty Earle, 3. Don Evarts, 4. Ann Foley, 5. ?, 6. Bob Earle.
Introduction by David Maraist, March 2011: It was with great expectations that I left Louisiana for the spring 1961 semester in Wien. I decided to keep as detailed a log as possible since I felt that one day I’d enjoy revisiting that time. I have edited certain incidents and mostly left out personal references for obvious reasons. My log was not meant to be a great literary effort expressing deep thoughts and emotions but merely a listing of occurrences to jog one’s memory. So, please bear with me as many of the entries were written by flashlight in the wee hours of the morning. Continue reading David Maraist’s Journal: New York to Vienna, February 1961
SAVE THE DATE: Friday, October 21 to Sunday, October 23, Vienna, Austria
Dear IES Abroad Vienna 1960-61 classmates,
Your response to our 50th Reunion planning has been heartwarming! We’re just eight months away from gathering in Vienna for a weekend to reconnect and remember our time abroad.
Here are the people who have said they will definitely attend or will attend if they possibly can: Continue reading Update on IES Wien 50th Reunion plans
Here are the names of the students who participated in the IES Wien 1960-61 sessions, based on our best effort to reconstruct the entire list. There were two groups: Full Year and Spring Semester only. IES Vienna did not retain all records from 1960-61, resulting in the IES alumni records at IES headquarters in Chicago being incomplete. So, we compiled this list from various lists furnished to participants in 1961 plus information in the IES computer at headquarters in Chicago in 2010. Continue reading Participants
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Courtesy of Kay Kramer McGinnis. Here are seven IESers in the Wien 1960-61 group playing shipboard cards on the way to Europe on Holland America’s Maasdam. Left to right: 1. Don Evarts, 2. Kay Kramer, 3.?, 4.?, 5. Robert Earle, 6.Hank Candler, 7. ? Click here to help us identify everybody.
Courtesy of Kay Kramer McGinnis. Kay yesterday (December 23, 2010) sent this wonderful photo of almost all of the IES Wien 1960-61 group, taken in London soon after arrival on the Maasdam, Holland America Line, sailing from New York. We have numbered everyone on the photo to help with identification. Please click on the photo twice for a really large view and click here to send an email to help us identify everybody. Here’s our tentative identification so far: Continue reading In London: Year 1960-61 group photo–Help us identify everybody!
Please click here to help us complete this calendar of IES events for this month.
By Frau Dr. Hausmann, one of the many housewives in whose homes IES students lived during our 1960-61 stay in Vienna, first published in “Sonderfahrt” (which means “Side Trips“), the IES 1960-61 student publication distributed at the end of our school year.
By Phil Arnold, IES Spring 1961 participant from Davidson College, hometown Decatur, Georgia, first published in “Sonderfahrt” (which means “Side Trips“), the IES 1960-61 student publication distributed at the end of our school year. Click here for his letter.
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Photo by George Trask. At this border station we crossed from Germany into Austria, Saturday, February 25, 1961, more than three weeks after we departed the United States. Look at that blue sky, the mountain and the quietude of that place in 1961! Our two IES buses are in the left background. We rode from here to Vienna on the Austrian autobahn.
By Buck Hoyle, IES Spring 1961 participant from Duke University, hometown Greensboro, NC, first published in “Sonderfahrt” (which means “Side Trips“), the IES 1960-61 student publication distributed at the end of our school year. Click here to read his article.
Courtesy of George Trask. IES sent this list from Chicago to the IES Wien Spring 1961 participants before departure from the USA on February 2,1961. If your name is on this list, please click here to send us your current contact information. Continue reading January 1961: IES Wien Spring 1961 participants
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Photo by George Trask. Above: IES Spring 1961 students in front of Louvre, Paris, February 17, 1961. We were on our way from arrival by ship (Cunard liner R.M.S. Saxonia) at London via bus to Vienna to begin our spring semester. The man in the hat who looks like Charlie Chaplin was our tour guide in Paris.
Click here to help identify people you know in this photo. For starters:
Upper left: Tom Wolf
Far right with folded arms: Cindy Calkins
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Photo by George Trask. First stop on the Continent for the Spring 1961 group was the canal town of Bruges in Belgium. Here a portion of the IESers gather in the square. You can click on the photo above to see a larger view. Please click here to help us identify everybody in the photo.
Photo by George Trask. On the day we departed London, Tuesday, February 14, 1961, we boarded buses that took us over the course of the next two weeks all the way to Vienna. These same buses also took us in the early spring to Italy and to Spain at the end of the semester in June.
Photo by George Trask. After a voyage of eight days with stops at Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Le Havre, France, Saxonia sailed up the Thames in full sunshine and deposited us at the Port of London. This photo shows the port as seen from the deck of our ship as she docked. Continue reading February 10, 1961: Arrival London
By Bill Dorr, IES Spring 1961 participant from Colgate University, hometown Auburn NY, first published in “Sonderfahrt” (which means “Side Trips“), the IES 1960-61 student publication distributed at the end of our school year. Click here to read the letters.
We will put your memories of June 1961 in the June category.
By Chuck Shirkey, IES Year 1960-61 participant, hometown Washington DC, first published in “Sonderfahrt” (which means “Side Trips“), the IES 1960-61 student publication distributed at the end of our school year.
By George Trask, IES Spring 1961 participant from Davidson College, hometown Beaufort SC, written November 2, 2010.
If the weather had been as glorious as this postcard depicts with sunshine on our ship, Cunard’s liner RMS Saxonia, our departure would have perhaps not been so memorable. As it was, the weather our departure day was awful–temperature 2 degrees below zero with alligatored ice covering the water; wind roaring down the canyoned streets of Manhattan; and clouds that brought a 7-inch snowfall crippling the metropolis the next day. But our outcome was wonderful. Continue reading February 2, 1961: Departure New York
Here is the list of IES Wien Spring 1961 participants in the form delivered to the students at the end of the school year in June 1961. If your name is on this list, please click here to send us your current contact information.
Here is the RMS Saxonia Tourist Class passenger list on the day the IES Wien Spring 1961 group sailed from New York, Thursday, February 2, 1961.
A trek through history, by Ginny Cornyn, IES Year 1960-61 participant from Winnetka, Illinois, and Bob Earl, IES Year 1960-61 participant from Encino, California, first published in “Sonderfahrt” (which means “Side Trips“), the IES 1960-61 student publication distributed at the end of our school year.
Meditations on crossing the Mediterranean fourth-class, by Pat White, IES Year 1960-61 participant from Beaumont, Texas, first published in “Sonderfahrt” (which means “Side Trips“), the IES 1960-61 student publication distributed at the end of our school year.
Here is the list of IES Wien Full Year 1960-61 participants in the form delivered to the students at the end of the school year in June 1961. If your name is on this list, please click here to send us your current contact information.