Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Seven holograph letters sent to Cale Harold Bachelder and Mrs. C.C. Bachelder from various senders. The letters discuss family news as well as pharmacology and the University of Michigan.
One handwritten letter from Betsey Cott[?] in Malden, written to her friend, Samuel, in 1837. In the letter, Cott[?] discusses family news and religion, including the right of God to take away children as he gives them.
One handwritten letter from George G. Granger in Boston, MA to Mary Ann [Granger] Hendee in Pittsford, VT, dated October 14, 1844. The letter discusses Pittsford family news as well as life alone in Boston.
Includes 16 holograph letters written by the Heath family betwee 1857 and 1866. Senders and recipients include Eliza Heath, Charleton Heath, Elvira Heath, Edwin Heath, Sarah K. Heath, and Isaac Heath. The letters were written from Bow NH, Winona WI, and Chippewa Falls WI.
Twelve holograph letters sent between 1885 and 1890 from "John" at the Hotel Bradford in New York City to "Honey." The letters are likely addressed to the writer's wife, and contain daily news and also mention the couple's child.
One holograph letter dated February 1, 1869, written by Mrs. H.W. Pond in San Francisco, CA to Mrs. Sarah B. Perry in Groveland, OH. The letter discusses various family tragedies, such as the death of Perry's daughter in a steamship accident and Pond's stillborn child.
One handwritten letter signed L. Hommedieu and Sarah B. and addressed to Henry Reynolds, dated 1839. The letter was sent from Norwich [VT], to Cincinnati, OH, and contains advice by its writers to their nephew traveling west. The letter discusses Westward expansion, and contains spiritual admonitions and family news.
Includes three holograph letters written by members of the Leveridge family. The first two letters are written by Maria L. King in Warsaw, IN to John B. Leveridge in [Goshen, IN], and are dated July 2, 1865 and September 7, 1865. These letters discuss soldiers returning home from serving in the United States Civil War, farm life, and family news. The third letter is written by Jeff S. Leveridge in Goshen [IN] to Maria L. King in Warsaw, IN, and is dated April 10, 1870.
One handwritten letter by N. Bent in Fitzwilliam [NH] to Mary Ann Bent in Stockbridge, VT in 1838, discussing illness, cancer, and deaths. Bent discusses the deaths and poor health of several relatives, including the death of his grandmother and the health of an uncle and aunt. Bent remembers the illness of his mother, which included having a 17 ounce tumor removed from her breast and resulted in the loss of her right side.