Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Letter to Eva Whyte, 1890 September 11
Addressed from Belford, Malvern. Requests to see Eva's sketches. Recounts a visit to St. Paul. Mentions that Constance is having several cricket matches and picnics, Edith is going to get rid of her donkey and get a pony for her carriage and that she is going to the Club to play croquet with Miss Roberts.
Letter to Eva Whyte , 1891 May 1
Letter addressed from Belford, Malvern. Discusses a toothache and having teeth "stopped". Details the presents that she has received, her new pony and carriage. Mentions that "Mrs. Whyte must be so pleased at having got so [illegible] and active again as she was an invalid so long!"
Letter to Eva Whyte, 1891 August 22
Addressed from Belford, Malvern. Discusses her Aunt's rheumatism, people that she has seen and what they are doing, as well as a garden party at Malvern Wells that she planned to attend on August 29th.
Letter to Eva Whyte, circa 1891 April 24
Letter addressed from Belford, Malvern. Discusses a sale where there were "no ices." Says that her father bought "Beauty of Glazenwood" roses and an orchid. Reports that Edith has bought a new pony.
Letter to Eva Whyte, circa 1880-1900
Addressed from Belford, Malvern. Tells Eva that Auntie Loo[?] "finished bathing" but does not feel improved. " I hope she will feel the benefits after as it's such a waste of time trouble and money." Discusses a garden party at the Weirs at Malvern Wells that 150 people attended and the anticipated arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Teck, which the Vicar is preparing for by trying to get a "Guard of Honour and the bells rung."
Letter to Eva Whyte, circa 1880-1900 May 28
Addressed from Belford, Malvern. Birthday wishes and sends a "night dress case" as a present.
Whyte Family Correspondence
The collection comprises correspondence sent to Eva, Lizzie Hester, and Sylvie Whyte by family and friends in the 1880s and 1890s, and provides insight into the lives of adolescent girls growing up in Victorian England in the fashionable Midlands town of Malvern, and their travels abroad.
- Archival Object 6
- Collection 1
- Correspondence 6
- Bazaars (Charities) 2
- Birthdays 2
- Hydrotherapy -- Great Britain 2
- Parties 2
- Botanical illustration 1
- Charities 1
- Clippings (information artifacts) 1
- Cricket matches 1
- Croquet 1
- Dentistry 1
- Drama 1
- Flowers -- Collection and preservation -- Great Britain 1
- Flowers in art 1
- Letters 1
- Malvern (England) 1
- Music 1
- Orphanages 1
- Picnics 1
- Rheumatism 1 ∧ less