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Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Any forms of addressed and written communication sent and received, including letters, postcards, memorandums, notes, telegrams, or cables.

Found in 103 Collections and/or Records:

Envelope to Eva Whyte, circa 1880-1900

 Item — 2: Series 1; Series 2 [39002100397232], Folder: 110
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Addressed to Eva Whyte in Seaforth with annotation on front "with Mrs. Pear's [?] love." There are no postal stamps.
Dates: circa 1880-1900

Letter to Eva and Lizzie Hester Whyte, 1891 March 25

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 57
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Says that she is pleased that Eva liked the lock of Fanny's hair that she sent. Enclosed a confirmation card for Hester.
Dates: 1891 March 25

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1880 June 1

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 1
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Eva's aunt wishes her a happy birthday in her seventh year and mentions that an illustration was sent by another post to "hang up in your bedroom". Anchoretta also discusses a boat party in Coventry.
Dates: 1880 June 1

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1881 April 6

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 2
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Letter written by Lillie Stein from Shepherdswell asking her cousin Eva to take a card to collect pennies which will help "teach the Irish to read the Bible in their own language" and send the card to her so that she can send it to "a lady living in Leamington". The collection card was enclosed with the letter. Lillie tells Eva that she is called the "Dover twig" for her two years of work collecting pennies. Asks that Eva say a prayer every day to ask God to bless the world.
Dates: 1881 April 6

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1882 February 15

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 3
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Lillie asks Eva to send her card of collected money before February 25th, either in a Postal Order or a Post Office order, made payable to "Miss E. Tisserson" of "Leamingson".
Dates: 1882 February 15

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1882 April 28

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 4
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Notifies Eva that she has left Shepherdswell and moved to Pembroke Villa in Temple Ewell near Dover which is "cosy inside but not at all pretty outside." She asks Eva to continue collecting pennies for the next year and enclosed another collection card.
Dates: 1882 April 28

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1882 May 27

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 5
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Wishes Eva a happy ninth birthday and sends her a book as her present. Assures Eva that Aunt Harriet will give her a present soon.
Dates: 1882 May 27

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1882 August 13

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 6
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Addressed from Banbury. Eva's aunt discusses the Beacon and Wyche Cutting in Malvern and her visit to Crouch Hill in Banbury. She mentions a boy of eight years, Spencer Hawkins, whom is staying with her sister Frances.
Dates: 1882 August 13

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1882 December 29

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 7
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Addressed from Mildmay Park, discussing a sale that brought in over £200 for the [illegible] Green Hospital.
Dates: 1882 December 29

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1883 May 28

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 8
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Wishes Eva a happy tenth birthday and sends a book for her to read to her sisters. Mentions travel plans to Scotland and asks Eva to help her make flowers into bundles.
Dates: 1883 May 28

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1885 May 28

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 11
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Letter from Aunt Grace, addressed to Westbourne Villa on Coswell Road and sent from Torrington. Discusses packing and leaving Torrington to go to stay with Mrs. Thorne in Dalverton. Mentions that it has not been warm enough to sketch outside, although she has done a few flower paintings. Is pleased that Eva's cough and is better and wishes her a happy birthday.
Dates: 1885 May 28

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1886 March 20

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 12
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Addressed from Camden Crescent in Dover. Asks if Eva has money to send for the Branch and says that she is afraid that her own contribution is not much "as some of my 'leaves' have dropped off and the 'branch' is getting bare". Mentions that she and Harry have a new Terrier puppy that they are teaching tricks.
Dates: 1886 March 20

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1887 January 24

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 14
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Addressed from Park Hall in Evesham. Eva's friend discusses a holiday party that Eva missed where there was acting and dancing. The girls were dressed as different flowers, except for someone who dressed as Father Christmas. Cynthia stays "I do not feel in a writing mood, if you understand what that means....Please do not show this letter to anybody but Hester and Sylvie as it is not fit to be seen." Writing in graphite on the last page in another's handwriting which appears to be a poem.
Dates: 1887 January 24

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1887 September 8

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 15
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Addressed from Gilbert Street. Mentions that Eva must have enjoyed the band and going to Lord Meath's on Mondays. Discusses a visit to Smallmouth Caves where she picked up shells and to Berry Harbor where she visited a church which was being restored. Asks if Hester has drawn "many pretty things with the polygraph?"
Dates: 1887 September 8

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1887 October 6

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 16
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Letter from Aunt Charlotte addressed from Avon House in Dover. Mentions that she is sorry to have missed sending Eva's mother something for her birthday and that she would like to knit bedroom slippers for her.
Dates: 1887 October 6

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1887 October 11

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 17
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Letter from Franny Lyne addressed from Westbourne Terrace of Bray, Ireland. Tells Eva that she should write a story of all of her adventures. Discusses and church festival, various people, Eva's piano, the cold weather and the sea wall.
Dates: 1887 October 11

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1887 November 5

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 18
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Letter from Franny Lyne (signed with only her initials), addressed from Dublin. Thanks Eva for sending the comforter for the table "all the more as you have a sale of your own on hand" and requests that she write with the results of her sale.
Dates: 1887 November 5

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1887 November 18

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 19
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Letter from Franny Lyne addressed from Hatch Street in Dublin. Mentions that Mr. Lindsay purchased the muffler that Eva made for the Bazaar and that she is collecting the remains of the sale to give to Mr. Lindsay for the Children's Missionary Bazaar at Bray.
Dates: 1887 November 18

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1887 November 18

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 20
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Addressed from Roundwood by an illegible sender. Discusses a wedding.
Dates: 1887 November 18

Letter to Eva Whyte, 1887 December 7

 Item — 1: Series 1 [39002100397224], Folder: 21
Call Number: MSS 19 , Series I
Scope and Contents: Addressed to "Madam" from an address in Malvern. Letter written by W. [illegible] on behalf of someone else conveying "his best thanks to you for the beautifully copied lines you have been so kind as to send him." No postage stamp on the envelope.
Dates: 1887 December 7