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Julia Allen Waldo wrote mostly to her siblings regarding personal and family matters.
The Warcup family correspondence includes letters written by Marion Warcup detailing her experiences as a student at a school in Oneonta, Otsego County, New York.
Several of the letters were written during World War I and provide information on the hardships of that time.
In one letter, she refers to the influenza outbreak.
Minute books, student records, and property records of the seminary. In this letter, Alden thanks Ives for submitting a poem, which she will publish in the Sunshine column of the newspaper's women's page.
Included are the deed to the seminary property, the Articles of Association, reports to the State Board of Regents, 1843-1848, trustees minute books, 1828-1849, and a registry of students, 1829-1861. Alden recounts her founding four years earlier of "The Only Woman's Page," the first page in a newspaper devoted exclusively to news of interest to women.
At the time of her death, Converse was known as "The Great White Mother" and was the elected chief of the Senecas. Two original Berry drawings are available, one each for Whistle 'Round the Bend and One Fiddle String.
Berry was the pseudonym of author and illustrator (Evangell) Allena Champlin Best. Champlin, a reference librarian at the New York State Library, and May (Allen) Champlin.
B.", describing life with her husband since moving to Brockport, Monroe County, New York.Correspondence between the mountain climbers and Grace Hudowalski, longtime secretary and historian for the organization.The letters feature descriptions of ascents up the mountains.The Albany Female Seminary was organized by an association of shareholders in 1828, and operated until 1867. She also describes the work of the Tribune Sunshine Society, of which she is president, organized to distribute books, magazines, flowers and other items to the homebound.
Includes the papers of Cornelia Niles Allen, wife of the Baptist minister William W. Featured are five issues of The Garland, a handwritten literary magazine from Rensselaerville, Albany County, New York, of which Allen was "co-editress".
Notebooks and records on Indian history, folklore, language and archaeology. Publisher's advertisements for books, including those written by Erick Berry and Herbert Best.