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Dr. Esther Vécsey Zsolnay
Fri, 11 Mar 2016 05:11 EST
I thank the little Irish Sisters
We were immigrants after WWII, arrived fresh in the US, at Long Island, New York, where my Parents enrolled me in St. John Nepomucene Grammar School, run by little Irish nuns, who instilled the love of learning, and specially thhe Irish writers, in me...I became a Professor of art history, travelled the world, always paid tribute to the little Irish sisters who taught me the King's English with a brogue...Love them all!
martin ryan
Wed, 7 May 2014 03:42 EDT
Hi Timmey we spoke on the phone just know could you send me those employment agenies and the if possible the address of the international driving licence, thankyou so much hope to talk to you again,
Dr. Esther Vécsey Mrs. Tamás M. ZSOLNAY
Thu, 19 Dec 2013 12:36 EST
Dear Mr. Ambassador,

First allow me to wish you all a Merry Christmas, it was good to see you and Mme. at the St. Andrew's Day Event at tne Méridien!

PLEASE have your staff place us on the PERMANENT St. Pat's DAY invite list...we did not receive our usual invite 2 times now! My husband's maternal ancestors were the Bells from the British Isles, prob. Ireland...back in the 18th. c.

Many thanks,


Dr. Esther Vécsey - M. Zsolnay
1093 Bpst. Lónyay u. 34, IV/25

Tel. 890-1189, or 70 56 99 630
Sinead McGuinness
Thu, 11 Jul 2013 04:39 EDT
Want to replace two irish passports. Stolen in slovekia on 11/7 arrive in budapest 12/7,have file a police report and have a stamped photocopy. I have tried to ring but cannot get through
Paul Hyde
Tue, 13 Nov 2012 12:10 EST
Irish authors translated into Hungarian
I would like to locate Hungarian editions of Irish authors - for example, John McGahern's novels and other literary works.

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