She expresses her wish to set up housekeeping as soon as their new home is vacated, and requests news of her old home.The letter includes prices for common household items.Hudowalski's letters contain reminiscences of her own and others' climbing experiences.Also included are questionnaires submitted by climbers after they had successfully climbed all 46 Adirondack high peaks.The letters also include references to new technologies, such as automobiles and phonographs.Lists of New York State women who were discharged or deceased at the close of World War I.The remainder of the collection consists of items such as photographs, announcements, and souvenir albums. Charles) Bazzoni of Newburgh, Orange County, New York, describing daily activities and events, illnesses, visits made and received, trips taken, and the weather.Many entries are accompanied by statements of accounts.
Included are the deed to the seminary property, the Articles of Association, reports to the State Board of Regents, 1843-1848, trustees minute books, 1828-1849, and a registry of students, 1829-1861. Alden recounts her founding four years earlier of "The Only Woman's Page," the first page in a newspaper devoted exclusively to news of interest to women.At the time of her death, Converse was known as "The Great White Mother" and was the elected chief of the Senecas. Two original Berry drawings are available, one each for Whistle 'Round the Bend and One Fiddle String.Berry was the pseudonym of author and illustrator (Evangell) Allena Champlin Best. Champlin, a reference librarian at the New York State Library, and May (Allen) Champlin.The letters provide news about the family and friends in Coopers Plain.This collection also contains two legal documents: the will of Thomas Baker and power of attorney granted to Emma Bassett to sell and lease real estate.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.