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McCormick, Edna M. L., 1874?-

 Person

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1890 January 15

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 41
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Letter sent from Brighton by a friend, Edna McCormick. Gives Eva her school address. Says that she got an English prize of a "beautifully bound copy of Tennyson" and that she and Suzie got prizes for collecting wildflowers while in Malvern. Asks if Eva has had a "breaking up" party and if she remembers "the very rude things you wrote" in Green Bank.
Dates: 1890 January 15

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1890 September 15

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 48
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Letter from Edna McCormick addressed from St. Matthews Vicarage in Brighton. A small watercolor sketch of a landscape is at the top left of the first page. Thanks Eva for sending "bits of Hemlock" since she hasn't been able to find any and they "seem scarce".
Dates: 1890 September 15

Letter to Eva Whyte, circa 1880-1900

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 89
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Says that she has been too busy decorating the church to buy presents or send cards.
Dates: circa 1880-1900

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1891 August 15

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 63
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Written before Eva left for Ireland in hopes it would be forwarded to her address there. Talks about making sketches and collecting hemlock specimens.
Dates: 1891 August 15

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1891 August 26

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 65
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Addressed from Southdown Terrace. Thanks Eva for the photograph, decides to give up collecting hemlock because "it not improving to the temper," discusses a picnic in Bramba and the prospect of receiving more letters.
Dates: 1891 August 26

Whyte Family Correspondence

 Collection
Call Number: MSS 19
Overview: 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.
Dates: 1880-1892