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Personal correspondence

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Correspondence, typically written letters or notes, from one person to another.

Found in 84 Collections and/or Records:

Miscellaneous Letters from Charles, from Edward Morris (brother), 1934-1935

 File — Box 1: [31141023888683], Folder: 6
Scope and Contents Letters exchanged between Esther Morris Rasmussen (1914-1991), her immediate family, and friends, 1930-1980. The collection includes correspondence from Leo. Brown, Jr. to Esther, 1934-1939 and letters from Esther’s five brothers, Richard, Edward, Walter G., Robert S. and Harold during their service in the armed forces during World War II. Included are letters exchanged in early 1945 in regards to Robert’s untimely death in an airplane crash, as well as Harold’s abrupt marriage later in the...

Murray Page Collection

Identifier: RH-A-4024
Scope and Contents Murray Page was born June 8, 1881 to William Page (1857-1913) and Anna May Murphy Page (1857-1936) in Berrien Springs, Michigan. As a young adult, Page worked as a day laborer on a farm and remained single until the age of 37. On July 4th, 1918 he married Luella Wallace (1899-1985) of Niles, Michigan. While married, Page worked as an electric station operator and a power plant electrician, and had two sons, Robert (1922- ) and Glen Page (1933-2015). According to the letters, there were disputes...

Rosel Family Letters Collection

Identifier: RH-A-3644
Scope and Contents The letters in this collection contain mostly love letters between Dale and his new wife Helen while Dale was stationed at Camp Miniawaca naval camp in Shelby, Michigan. There are other letters sent to Dale by his mother, Alice, his brother Bill and friends while he was away. There are other letters that are to both Helen and Dale from various people. Dale Edward Rosel was born June 3rd 1927 to William and Alice. He attended Churchill High School. He and Helen married in 1945 and had their...

Ruth Van Horn Zuckerman

Identifier: RH-A-4040
Scope and Contents Ruth Genevieve Van Horn Zuckerman was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan on November 7, 1900 to Samuel H. Van Horn (1875-1938) and Laura J. (Mills) Van Horn (1880-1967). As a young adult, Ruth attended Western Michigan College (1918-1921) and the University of Michigan (1921-1922) to receive a B.A. in English. Continuing her studies, she returned to the University of Michigan (1925-1926) and also attended Columbia University (Summer 1935, Fall 1936-1967) to receive a M.A. in English with a minor in...