Letter written in black ink on beige paper. Deed of gift from T. J. Hiatt to his niece Elizabeth Hiatt for one female slave. Includes notarized certification of the deed from clerk of the Lincoln County Court.
Adam writes from Pisa to the men that he has borrowed money from and states his intention to pay it back, but that he also has sent cheese as a temporary gift. He talks of his voyages as well as those of others. The front of the letter has a large...
In this note addressed to both the college president and "Mr Dodd's Office," Dorothy Drake explains that the attached list contains the "57 First Editions" donated to the library as a gift by Mrs. Fred Lyon Stone in memory of her husband.
George Bancroft is thanking Fanny for a gift she made him for New Years. The way he describes the present, as well as the way he describes Fanny, shows that he has feelings for her. He invites her to come visit. In the corner of the letter there is...
Hibbs, Marka Oliver; Photocopies; Scripps College; Ella Strong Denison Library; Collecteana files
In this letter, Hibbs thanks Harvey-Sahak for her invitation to a meeting of the MacPherson society, and expresses interest in Scripps' new library. She also mentions an enclosed gift for the MacPherson collection.
In this letter written in black ink on blue paper, Sackville sends a birthday gift to Kenmare and discusses Eunice's interpretations. Refers to Kenmare as "Hyacinth" and signs the letter as "Marguerite."