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Folder 6

 Container

Contains 33 Collections and/or Records:

Folder 6, 1884

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id61755
Scope and Contents From the Series: Letters from U.S. Senator Harrison Holt Riddleberger to his wife Emma Belew Riddleberger and a few letters to his children. The letters cover a variety of topics including Senate business and bills. Boxes 1 and 2.

Harrison Holt Riddleberger. Washington D.C. to wife Emma Belew Riddleberger, [1884]

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id162695
Scope and Contents U.S. Senate letterhead. Written on a Sunday in 1884. Sends $10 for a birthday, $10 for debts. Went to see a play at the National. Gets sick and is treated by Dr. [Strayer?].

Harrison Holt Riddleberger, Washington, D.C. to his wife Emma Belew Riddleberger, January 7, 1884

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id162696
Scope and Contents U.S. Senate letterhead. Letter written while in session, from his desk. Visits with Frank and [Lallie?].

Harrison Holt Riddleberger, Washington, D.C. to his wife Emma Belew Riddleberger, January 21, 1884

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id162697
Scope and Contents U.S. Senate letterhead. Suddenly called to N.Y. Encloses $50, with $30 for Mr. Geary.

Harrison Holt Riddleberger, Washington, D.C. to his wife Emma Belew Riddleberger, January 20, 1884

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id162698
Scope and Contents U.S. Senate letterhead. Family has measles. Mentions working through the Mississippi resolution, more quickly than expected, because the opposition changed their policy.

Harrison Holt Riddleberger, Washington, D.C. to his wife Emma Belew Riddleberger, February 8, 1884

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id162699
Scope and Contents U.S. Senate letterhead. Mentions sending valentines to children [Lilia, Olive, and Ned?]

Harrison Holt Riddleberger, Washington, D.C. to his wife Emma Belew Riddleberger, February 18, 1884

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id162700
Scope and Contents U.S. Senate letterhead. Plans to stay in NY a day longer to see "Big City." Visits St. James Hotel. Has sent valentines to family.