Avery frequently expresses grief over her family losses. Jessamine is a young schoolgirl as the collection opens, eventually attending school in Syracuse and working for a while in Ithaca. Faulkner, a friend of Jessamine's who moved from Hornell to Titusville, Florida for a time. Letters written to members of the John Barber family, describing life in rural villages and towns in Oneida, Wayne and Cortland counties, New York.
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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".
The letters of two daughters, Catherine and Nancy, often discussed their situation in rural Texas where they taught school.
They mentioned various hardships due to the hot weather, disease and the meager pay.
Notebooks and records on Indian history, folklore, language and archaeology. Publisher's advertisements for books, including those written by Erick Berry and Herbert Best.
These papers feature copies of the newspaper column "Between Ourselves", by Harriet Maxwell Converse, a white woman who was adopted into the Seneca nation. Many of the recipes include the name of the person who provided them. Also featured are newsclippings, as well as correspondence to Helen Fay and Eleanor Foote of the John Mistletoe Shop in Albany, Albany County, New York.
The records list the duty to which each woman was assigned, the country of assignment, dates of service and home address. Bixler, Editorial Department of the Knickerbocker Publishing Company in New York City, December 6, 1901: 14898 "My Dear Friend", July 5, 1888: SC9104 Mrs. Murray, n.d.; January 24, 1901; June 18, 1903: SC9691Diary of Flora B.
Letters discussing the wording of a biography of Ms. Avery, a seamstress in Salisbury Center, Herkimer County, New York, whose husband and only son were killed in the Civil War. In these nine lengthy letters, Bacon describes in detail her struggles as a writer, her shaky career, health and financial problems, and her turbulent emotional state.
Letter to Jane Barlett of Bristol, New Hampshire, from her sister "A.