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Letter writing

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:

Annie McNeil letter

Identifier: SC 01850
Scope and Contents

Single, handwritten letter to Annie McNeil of Hillsboro, New Hampshire. Composition is approximated between 1870-1880. Letter is from an unidentified female acquaintance and discusses matters such as engagements and health.

Dates: Circa 1870-1880

Charlotte Ursula Zolotow papers

Identifier: MS 00348
Content Description

The Charlotte Ursula Zolotow papers contains professional and personal correspondence, manuscripts, publisher galleys, photographs, slides, and artworks from illustrators. The materials document the personal and professional life of children's book author and editor Charlotte Ursula Zolotow.

Dates: Circa 1930-2013

Conway D. Whittle letter

Identifier: SC 01857
Content Description

Letter to Richmond, Virginia slave traders Davis, Deupree and Co., from Virginia physician Conway Davies Whittle inquiring about the rates of sale of 24 enslaved persons owned by Whittle. Age, gender, complexion, and skills are mentioned to describe the enslaved people.

Dates: 1860 November 2

Correspondence from Hatty to Agnes Bacon

Identifier: SC 01798
Scope and Contents

One letter from Hatty, a minister's wife and resident of West Newton, MA, to her mother during the mid-nineteenth century. The letter includes details about the health of Hatty and her husband and their trip to Washington to meet President John Tyler. The letter includes four standard pages of neat prose.

Dates: 1841 May 19

Eliza A. Crane letter

Identifier: SC 01893
Content Description

Contains one letter from Eliza A. Crane, a missionary in Iran during the nineteenth century. The letter is addressed to her mother, Julia R.W. Crane in Clinton, Oneida County, New York. Within the letter is a description of Eliza Crane's life in Oroomiah, present day Orumiyeh, Iran. She speaks of her family and the consequences of the snowy weather in Iran.

Dates: 1854 February, 17

Frederick H. Stady papers

Identifier: MS 00073
Content Description The Frederick H. Stady papers contains letters written to and from Frederick H. Stady and his parents in Great Valley, New York, while stationed in Japan during the Korean War, 1952- 1953. Stady was part of the 64th Anti- Aircraft Artillery Gun Battalion during the war. During his service Stady was promoted twice and writes regarding these promotions and his raise in pay. He also comments on the local people and scenery of his locale, and recalls the work he does within his service in the...
Dates: Other: 1940-1953

Freya Stark letter

Identifier: SC 01876
Content Description

Envelope and letter to Miss Strachan from and signed by Freya Stark. Envelope and letter laid in to The Zodiac Arch written by Freya Stark. The letter thanks Miss Strachan for reading her books.

Dates: 1973 May 20

H. White papers

Identifier: SC 01895
Content Description

Letter from Camp Andrew in Newbern, New Jersey, written by H. White to his wife.

Dates: 1862 June 9

Hermann Zapf letters and ephemera

Identifier: SC 01740
Content Description

A group of twenty items, the majority of which are typeface sheets. There are also two greeting cards, handwritten letters, a sheet with a quote, and a small pamphlet. Seven items are signed by Hermann Zapf.

Dates: 1951-1988

John Randolph Bolling letter

Identifier: SC 01848
Content Description

The collection contains a single letter from John Randolph Bolling to an Annie S. Reid.

Dates: March 16, 1922

Kurt Richard Weimer letters

Identifier: SC 01890
Scope and Contents

This collection contains 46 letters and 4 cards sent by Kurt Richard Weimer to Helen Kriner from 1965 to 2017, while serving as a U.S. marine in Vietnam.

Dates: 1965-2017

Leon Paul Blouet "Max O'Rell" papers

Identifier: SC 01849
Content Description

The collection contains Volumes I and II of "Jonathan and His Continent" by Leon Paul Blouet "Max O'Rell" as well as Blouet family genealogical records, and letters from Leon Paul Blouet.

Dates: 1889-2005

Niebling and Duke Family Letters

 Collection — Small Collections Box 124, Folder: 1
Identifier: SC 01758
Content Description Twenty-four letters written by members of the Niebling and Duke families. Seventeen of them are written to Salena Niebling Duke. Salena Niebling married Richard Hardin Duke and moved to Richmond, Virginia from Baltimore, Maryland. The couple had three sons, Frank M. Duke, Walter Garland Duke, and Charles R. H. Duke. This group of correspondence spans geographically from Virginia and Maryland to Massachusetts and Illinois, and features letters from all three Duke sons, Richard Duke, his...
Dates: 1847 - 1903

Robert Wash Letters

Identifier: UA 5.201
Scope and Contents

The collection includes three letters written to Robert Wash by Susan Bowdoin, who refers to herself as both his sister and friend and one letter written by Elvia Pollard. The letters discuss letter writing, other individuals, including Beverley Tucker, and mentions of Williamsburg and Virginia.

Dates: 1810, 1816, 1854

Sheila and Terry Meyers Collection of Swinburneiana

Identifier: MS 00291
Scope and Contents Collection provides insight into the life of Algernon Charles Swinburne and his contemporaries, including Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Frederick Sandys, Theodore Watts-Dunton, William Morris, Edward Burne-Jones, Lucy Madox Brown, William Michael Rossetti, and William Sharp. Materials include handwritten letter and autograph of Queen Victoria; Vanity Fair caricature of Swinburne by Carlo Pelligrini, pseudonym Ape; letters from siblings Christina, William Michael and Dante Gabriel Rossetti; Thomas...
Dates: 1854-1932