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Box 4

 Container

Contains 49 Collections and/or Records:

Correspondence, 1918 July-October

 File — Box: 4
Identifier: id182976
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Letters, primarily 1908-1919, from Page and his wife Florence Lathrop Field Page to her daughters Minna Field Gibson Burnaby and Florence Field Lindsay and to Bryan Lathrop and Helen Aldis Lathrop. The letters concern social life in Washington, D.C., life in Rome during World War I, diplomacy under Woodrow Wilson, and the role of a diplomat's wife. There are forty letters, 1915-1916, from Algernon Edwin Burnaby to his wife and son concerning the Gallipoli Campaign in Turkey. Individuals...

Correspondence, 1918 July-August

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 1
Identifier: id182977
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Letters, primarily 1908-1919, from Page and his wife Florence Lathrop Field Page to her daughters Minna Field Gibson Burnaby and Florence Field Lindsay and to Bryan Lathrop and Helen Aldis Lathrop. The letters concern social life in Washington, D.C., life in Rome during World War I, diplomacy under Woodrow Wilson, and the role of a diplomat's wife. There are forty letters, 1915-1916, from Algernon Edwin Burnaby to his wife and son concerning the Gallipoli Campaign in Turkey. Individuals...

Correspondence, 1918 September

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 2
Identifier: id184423
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Letters, primarily 1908-1919, from Page and his wife Florence Lathrop Field Page to her daughters Minna Field Gibson Burnaby and Florence Field Lindsay and to Bryan Lathrop and Helen Aldis Lathrop. The letters concern social life in Washington, D.C., life in Rome during World War I, diplomacy under Woodrow Wilson, and the role of a diplomat's wife. There are forty letters, 1915-1916, from Algernon Edwin Burnaby to his wife and son concerning the Gallipoli Campaign in Turkey. Individuals...

Correspondence, 1918 October

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 3
Identifier: id184536
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Letters, primarily 1908-1919, from Page and his wife Florence Lathrop Field Page to her daughters Minna Field Gibson Burnaby and Florence Field Lindsay and to Bryan Lathrop and Helen Aldis Lathrop. The letters concern social life in Washington, D.C., life in Rome during World War I, diplomacy under Woodrow Wilson, and the role of a diplomat's wife. There are forty letters, 1915-1916, from Algernon Edwin Burnaby to his wife and son concerning the Gallipoli Campaign in Turkey. Individuals...

"Mother," (Florence L. Page), Rome, Italy, to Florence Lindsay, Southboro, Massachusetts, forwarded to York Harbot, Maine, 1918 July 2

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 1
Identifier: id182978
Scope and Contents Scope and Contents Reports that her husband will be leaving for the front. 8 pages. Autograph Letter Signed. Including Autograph Letter Signed from Henry Field, Eton College, Windsor, England, to "Mother and U.A.," [Minna and Algernon Burnaby], Leicester, England, 20 June 1918, describing college activities. 4 pages.

Florence L. Page, Rome, Italy, to Helen Lathrop, York, Maine, 1918 July 15

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 1
Identifier: id182980
Scope and Contents Discusses the affairs of an American, Miss Macy, in Italy; explains Red Cross activities; discusses American soldiers at the war front. 24 pages. Autograph Letter Signed.

Thomas Nelson Page, Rome, Italy, to Helen Lathrop, York Harbor, Maine, circa 1918 July 15

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 1
Identifier: id182981
Scope and Contents Discusses death of his brother; mentions his commanding the work of the Red Cross in Italy. 6 pages. Autograph Letter Signed.

(Florence L. Page), Rome, Italy, to "Algy," (Algernon Burnaby), Leicester, England, 1918 July 16

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 1
Identifier: id182982
Scope and Contents Reporting the death of his aunt. 4 pages. Incomplete.

"Mother," (Florence L. Page), Rome, Italy, to Florence Lindsay, York, Maine, 1918 July 20-23

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 1
Identifier: id182983
Scope and Contents Discusses American contributions to the counter-offensive; reports on visits of Congressmen. 36 pages. Autograph Letter Signed.