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Personal correspondence

 Subject
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:

Shepard Family Letters

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3642
Scope and Contents These letters are addressed to either Hattie Shepard or Esther Shepard. Hattie is the mother of Esther. Hattie was born 1872 in Missouri, she moved to Michigan and married Samuel Shepard. They had three children, John, Mary and Frances. Hattie died in1958. Esther’s full name is Frances Esther Shepard. She was born March 10, 1907 and died December 26, 1995. These letters contain everyday conversation among the mother or daughter from various people. In the letters addressed to Hattie many people...

Southwestern Michigan Letters

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-4123
Scope and Contents The collection contains letters exchanged between friends and family in the Southwestern region of Michigan, including cities such as Grand Rapids, Hastings, Berrien Springs, Niles, Kalamazoo, and others. There appears to be no correlation between the senders and recipients of the letters, but some of the names addressed relate to our other collections, including Murray Page.

The Herschfield Family Letters

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-4120
Scope and Contents The Herschfields were residents of Kalamazoo from 1905 until at least the 1940 Census. The letters and postcards were all written by family members and by a David Herschfield, who was born August 12th 1898 and died in April 29th 1968, had spent time with the American Expeditionary Force from 1918-1919 during WWI. The American Expeditionary Force (or The AEF) was a formation of the United States Army which helped allied forces in the final 2 years of WWI, the AEF saw combat on every front during...

Thomas Brady Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3997
Scope and Contents Letters written to J. Dorr Waterman (1835-1883) make up most of this collection. The letters were written by five different young women between 1851 and 1860. The letters reveal that Waterman had close relationships with these women. They often express how they miss him, wish to see him, and enjoy his company. It is also clear from these letters that Waterman traveled back and forth between his birthplace in Le Roy, Genesee County, New York, and Kalamazoo many times before and after permanently...