Anna’s son Gösta Wennberg (1920-2004) was a lecturer in geography, active at the school of education in Uppsala, and took his doctor’s degree at the age of 70. He was also a biologist with a great interest in nature. During all his life he was writing, everything from teaching media to poetry, and drew a lot, often portraits.
Gösta summarized his life in a number of essays, often dealing with his recollections of various family members. Here are some of them reproduced.
- From “My Grandmother, Lydia Lindman, nee Andrén, 1860-1936” (1993) Part 1 Part 2