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Obama Letters Completed

Posted Thursday, Jan 09th, 2014 at 1:32am

Here they are in order:

Number 1: Day one

Number 2: #2

Number 3: #3

Number 4: #4

Number 5: #5

Number 6: #6

Number 7: 7

Number 8: 8

Number 9: 9

Number 10: 10

Number 11: 11

Number 12: 12

Number 13: 13

Number 14: 14

Number 15: 15

Number 16: 16

Number 17: 17

Number 18: 18

Number 19: 19

Number 20: 20

Number 21: 21

Number 22: 22

Number 23: 23

Number 24: 24

Number 25: 25

Number 26: 26

Number 27: 27

Number 28: 28

Number 29: 29

Number 30: 30

Number 31: 31

Number 32: 32

Number 33: 33

Number 34: 34

Number 35: 35

Number 36: 36

Number 37: 37

Number 38: 38

Number 39: 39

Number 40: Obama 40

Number 41: Obama 41

Number 42: Obama 42

Number 43: Obama 43

Number 44: Obama 44

Number 45: Obama 45

Number 46: Obama 46

Number 47: Obama 47

Number 48: Obama 48

Number 49: Obama 49

Number 50: Obama 50

Number 51: Obama 51

Number 52: Obama 52

Number 53: Obama 53

Number 54: Obama 54

Number 55: Obama 55

Number 56: Obama 56

Number 57: Obama 57

Number 58: Obama 58

Number 59: 59

Number 60 has a different tone: 60

Number 61, a portrait of a baby president: 61

Number 62 on Hiroshima Day: 62

A solemn number 63: 63

The miraculous Antoinette Tuff in number 64: 64

Let me introduce myself in Number 65: 65

Number 66 - Syria: 66

An analysis of Obama's letter to me, in letter number 67: 67

Number 68: What if peace was like a garden? 68

Some of my favorite peacemakers:

Number 69 Tom Seimer: 69

Number 70 John Lennon: 70

Number 71 John Looney: 71

Number 72: Oops...: 72

Number 73: two special girls: Samantha Smith, and my friend Lily who did the penmanship: 73

Number 74: Obama 74

Number 75: Obama 75

Number 76: Obama 76

Number 77: Obama 77

Number 78: Obama 78

Number 79: Obama 79

Number 80: 80

Number 81: 81

Number 82: 82

Number 83: 83

Number 84: 84

Number 85: 85

Number 86: 86

Number 87: 87

Number 88: 88

Number 89: 89

Number 90: 90

Number 91: 91

Number 92: 92

Number 93: 93

Number 94: 94

Number 95: 95

Number 96: 96

Number 97: 97

Number 98: 98

Number 99: 99

Number 100 will be in a different medium and will be larger...stay tuned!

If you would like to write the President, here is the address. He is not much of a pen pal but it is a good gesture. It feels good to write! And if you wouldn't mind, send me a copy of your letter and I might post it here!

The President 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, NW Washington, DC 20500

1 comment

  1. D'Arcy Fallon Wrote on Monday, Jan 13th, 2014 at 8:15am

    Oh my god. Sara, I don't know what I expected but it certainly wasn't THIS. What you've produced is a beautiful, personal, hold-his-feet-to-the-fire record. I thought this was going to be some sort of a ... a vanity piece. Don't be mad! But like, here are all these letters to President Obama and I'm telling him off, and he hasn't responded, so what kind of a jerk is he? But it's not like that. Not at all! What you've put together is funny and true, and I am completely drawn in by your sincerity, your drawings, your charts, graphs, and outright knowledge about such issues as nuclear proliferation, where our tax dollars are going, environmentalism, the peace movement as well as the ephemera of your wonderful life. This is amazing, Sara. Proud to know ya!

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