This collection consists of letters written to and received by Daisy Crisler of Canton, Georgia for the years 1904 and 1914. The letters were written for the most part during ship voyages to Europe.
Letters addressed to Daisy Crisler in 1904 were sent by her friend 'Fannie.' Daisy's letters from 1914 describe her own travel experience in great detail. One of the letters is written in a different handwriting and mailed from Georgia. Most letters are written on letterhead of ships and hotels. Countries visited include Spain, Switzerland, England and Russia.
For a more detailed description and selected excerpts, both provided by the seller, see finding aid link below.
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Information provided by the seller:
"The shipping web site said there was a Daisy Crisler who sailed on board the S.S. Haverford from England on July 29th, 1914. She is 28 years old on this passenger list." Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .
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Accessioned and minimally processed in September 2009 by Ute Schechter, Warren E. Burger Archivist, with further arrangement by Liam Anastasi-Murphy, SCRC staff, in September 2009.