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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered works on privately supported welfare activities. Works on tax-supported welfare activities are entered under Public welfare. Works on the methods employed in social work, public or private, are entered under Social service. Works that discuss collectively the various policies, programs, services, and facilities to meet basic human needs relating to the quality of life, such as education, health, welfare, etc. are entered under Human services.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

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, 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

Whyte Family Correspondence

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