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Letters (correspondence)

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Jonathan LeMoyne Snyder papers

 Record Group
Identifier: UA-2.1.7
Scope and Contents This collection contains eight separate series: correspondence, personal correspondence, speeches, reports, promotional literature, calendars, programs and tickets. All series represent the basic divisions of the collection prior to processing.The largest single series is correspondence, 1896-1915 (18.5 cubic feet). Contained in this series are many requests for college catalogues, many questions regarding admissions, as well as admissions requirements. Comments relative to such...
Dates: 1887 - 1918

Margaret P. Thorp papers

 Record Group
Identifier: UA-17.182
Scope and Contents The collections contain papers and photographs. The papers include a 1931 Detroit alumni club directory, two different issues of the May 13, 1931 issue of The Eczema, newspaper articles about The Eczema from 1931, “On the Campus” booklet about campus, and a wedding announcement for Jessamine Van Buren Kennedy and Frederic B. Mumford for 1895. There is also a draft of a August 1875 letter from Governor Bagley about Frank Wells leaving a board because of problems with the Finance Committee and a...
Dates: 1875 - 1932

Parsons family papers

 Collection
Identifier: 00020
Scope and Contents The papers consist mainly of correspondence, diaries and account books of the Edward Parsons family from 1824 to 1910. Most of the material is personal correspondence between the Edward Parsons family and relatives living in Livingston and Clinton Counties, New York. A great number of letters between Edward and his father, Reverend Levi Parsons (1779-1864) are included. The contents of these letters range from Levi's concern over Edward's problems at Hamilton College (Clinton, New York) in...
Dates: 1824 - 1910

Theodore Roosevelt letter

 Collection
Identifier: c-00172
Scope and Contents This collection consists of one letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Charles Warren of Three Oaks, Michigan dated January 7, 1913, in which the defeated candidate expresses his unwillingness to attempt to advise either President Taft, or the newly-elected Wilson.
Dates: 1913 - 1913