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Love-letters -- United States

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Helen Sophia Stilphen letters

 Collection
Identifier: C-68
Overview A collection of 52 letters written to Helen S. Stilphen during her undergraduate years at Middlebury College, 1915-1919. The letters come from her immediate family and friends from her hometown of Swanton, VT, from fellow students at Middlebury College, and boyfriends associated with both locales, most of whom served in the military during WWI, including Stilphen’s future husband, Homer W. Hungerford, of Swanton, Vermont. Contents of the letters provide insights on college and country social ...

John T. Andrews and Elizabeth B. Parker letters

 Collection
Identifier: C-76
Overview The collection consists of 353 letters, including postcards, some newspaper clippings, and programs of various shows. These letters represent the correspondence between Elizabeth Burditt Parker and John Thayer Andrews. The majority of the letters are written by E. B. Parker to J. T. Andrews. The bulk of these letters are written from Cohasset, MA, and Hartford, CT, where she worked as a high school English teacher between 1934 and 1936. Some letters are written from E. B. Parker’s parents’ home ...

Legee love letters, 1930-1934

 File — Box 3, Folder: 35
Identifier: C-Misc 125
Scope and Contents Five holograph letters sent between August 17, 1930 and November 18, 1934, by "Legee" to Ann Wild, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The letters, sent from various locations, describe the travels and activities of a traveling glass company salesman, and are an example of Depression-era love letters.