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Letters

 Subject
Subject Source: Genreform

Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:

Letters of Correspondence 1 of 2

 File — Box 2: [3114023933778], Folder: 1
Scope and Contents One of Kalamazoo’s oldest music organizations, the Kalamazoo Bach festival was founded by the Professor of Music at Kalamazoo College, Henry Overley, in 1946. He wanted to bring the town together to experience the joy of making music and create something inspiring, in particular, to recreate the instrumental music and choral of J.S. Bach and his contemporaries. Participants include visiting artists, local professional musicians, college and high school students, and even amateur performers....

Letters of Correspondence 2 of 2

 File — Box 2: [3114023933778], Folder: 2
Scope and Contents One of Kalamazoo’s oldest music organizations, the Kalamazoo Bach festival was founded by the Professor of Music at Kalamazoo College, Henry Overley, in 1946. He wanted to bring the town together to experience the joy of making music and create something inspiring, in particular, to recreate the instrumental music and choral of J.S. Bach and his contemporaries. Participants include visiting artists, local professional musicians, college and high school students, and even amateur performers....

Letters to Norton Pearl

 Series
Scope and Contents Most of the correspondence is letters to Norton Pearl, Betty Beeby, and Jane Beeby, but letters to other family members (Ethel, Myrtle, and Dorothy Pearl, etc) are included as well. In addition, the collection also consists of letters to Loran Post, the Dahne family, Henry Graves, the Waite family, and the Yunker family. The diaries belong to John W. Pearl, Norton Pearl (ranging from 1890 to1954), Alice Pearl, and Myrtle Pearl. The bulk of the photographs are from Glacier National Park and...

Loran Post Letters

 Series
Scope and Contents Most of the correspondence is letters to Norton Pearl, Betty Beeby, and Jane Beeby, but letters to other family members (Ethel, Myrtle, and Dorothy Pearl, etc) are included as well. In addition, the collection also consists of letters to Loran Post, the Dahne family, Henry Graves, the Waite family, and the Yunker family. The diaries belong to John W. Pearl, Norton Pearl (ranging from 1890 to1954), Alice Pearl, and Myrtle Pearl. The bulk of the photographs are from Glacier National Park and...

Louretta E Stevens Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3634
Scope and Contents This collection contains letters from Myran Faulkner to her friend in Louretta Stevens. Myran writes from Grand Rapids to Louretta in Kalamazoo. Myran was born in 1869 and was 18 when she was writing these letters. These two knew each other’s families. Myran talks about Louretta aunt and uncle who also live in Kalamazoo. Myran also talks about her family and what they told her to tell Louretta. There are various other people that are briefly mentioned in these letters, a Charlie and a Peter....

Mrs. Paul Noecker Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-1262
Scope and Contents This collection contains the letters of John C. Forbes, a Civil War veteran and native of Rome Township, Bradford County, PA. Forbes served successively with the 50th Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers and 15th New York Engineers from September 9, 1861 until his second discharge in June 1865. A veteran of both the Siege of Fort Pulaski and the Battle of Sharpsburg/Antietam, Forbes’ service mainly involved the construction of fortifications, earthworks, or infrastructure projects....

Mrs. Ruth Van Haaften Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-1624
Scope and Contents Lieutenant Colonel Edward C. Van Haaften papers, 1917-1946, include letters by Edward C. Van Haaften during his World War I Army service, as an electrician, 102nd Aero Squad, American Expeditionary Forces; French motor repair manual; a letter written after active duty in World War II; numerous photographs from both World War I and World War II.

Msgr. Joseph Turk Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 01-exws_turk
Abstract Papers of Msgr. Joseph Turk (1895-1951) including research notes, manuscript drafts, offprints, correspondence, newspaper clippings and postage stamps. The research papers and notes are concerned with the Cistercian Statuta and important figures in Cistercian history, such as Bernard of Clairvaux, William of St. Thierry and Stephen Harding. The newspaper clippings relate to mid-twentieth century politics in Yugoslavia.

Nathaniel A. Balch Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3648
Scope and Contents The letter in the collection is a correspondence from Nathaniel Balch to the Michigan Audit General, Charles Hammond, on March 5, 1943. The letter contains information regarding a tax dispute Balch had with Mr. Howard over a certain portion of land. Balch wrote the Michigan Audit General to help get clarity on the situation.Nathaniel A. Balch was born on January 22, 1808. He graduated from Middlebury College of Vermont and soon after graduation, he took the position of Principal of...

Philip M. Farnsworth Diaries

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Identifier: RH-A-3399
Scope and Contents Philip Farnsworth was born in Pennsylvania in 1804. By 1850 he and his family were living in Otsego in Allegan County working as farmers. In 1860 he is staying at a hotel in Otsego and again working as a farmer. By 1870 he is living in Mud Springs, El Dorado County, California working as a miner. He cannot be found in the 1880 census but by 1900 is living with his brother and sister-in-law in Wexford County, Michigan. On familysearch.org it reports that he died on May 7, 1908 in Wexford,...