Found in 116 Collections and/or Records:
One holograph letter dated March 8, 1889 written by Robert M. Mateer in Onarga, IL to Mary N. Mateer in Monroe, GA. The letter discusses mission finances, church fund raising, and Protestant missions in China.
One holograph letter dated February 4, 1901 written by Robert M. Mateer in Santa Ana, CA to Mrs. S.J. Kirkwood (Jennie Mateer) in Onarga, IL. The letter provides some account of Mateer's time in China as a missionary.
One holograph letter dated August 15, 1894 from "Marie" to "Will." The letter is written on stationery from the Schloss Hotel, in Heidelberg, Germany, and discusses the author's daily activities such as hiking with horses, attending an opera, as well as weather conditions and travel plans.
One holograph letter dated June 12-14, 1898 written by Seaton Schroeder in Santiago, Cuba, to his wife (addressed "Dear old Lady"). The letter provides an account of the United States naval attack on Cuba during the Spanish American War.
PDF file containing letter written by Vermont State Senator Ruth Hardy to President Laurie Patton urging Middlebury College to reduce the number of students returning to campus in the fall of 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Collection contains 26 holograph and typescript letters from Lewis to Guthrie, from 1926 to 1933. Letters are personal and professional, touching on subjects from Lewis's marriages to his writing process. See index for details about individual letters.
Eleven holograph letters written between March 31 and July 15, 1889 by S.J. Kirkwood, to his wife, Mrs. S.J. Kirkwood (Jennie Mateer) in Wooster, OH. The letters describe Kirkwood's European travels.
Includes one handwritten letter written by T.S. Gentry in Lexington, KY to A.P. Hardin in Soulsbury, TN. The letter discusses balls and women's fashions and interests.
One holograph letter written by "Frank" at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD to Henry Rothermel in Philadelphia, PA. The letter describes life in Annapolis, and leisure activities such as balls and parties.
Includes four handwritten letters by David Woodhull Wetmore to his wife, Harriet Sharpe Wetmore in 1845. The letters were written during Wetmore's travels abroad in England, and were sent to his wife in Jamaica, NY. The letters were posted from Liverpool (2), Sheffield, and Birmingham.
This collection contains eight folders with correspondence between Wilfred Davison and different American writers and academics. There are 55 letters in total, dating from December 27th, 1920 to May 2nd, 1929.
One holograph letter dated December 17, 1906, written by W.L. Cleveland in San Francisco, CA to his wife in Santa Cruz, CA. The letter discusses Cleveland's temporary living situation in San Francisco, as well as his feelings of loneliness.