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In this letter, 17-year-old Mary Huntington is writing to her mother Elizabeth Huntington. Mary is away at school in Troy, New York, at the Troy Female Seminary—later the Emma Willard School. Mary writes that she has been unwell. She appears ill,…

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In this letter, Mary writes to her parents from school. She is very anxious and hurried in sending the letter. There is no clear danger to Mary’s health, but she is not well. Mary references asking someone to come for her in the previous letter, and…

FDH18400421.pdf
Elizabeth begins with apologies for not writing sooner, and thanks for Frederic's attentions through her sickness. Letter discusses Frederic's missionary work visiting prisoners, ferry transportation to Northampton now that the bridge is out, rules…

FDH18420621.pdf
Elizabeth has written a letter to Frederic updating him on the whereabouts of, presumably, family and close friends. She specifically mentions Judge Lyman’s disease and as, a result, impaired cognitive abilities. Elizabeth’s sister, Lydia, has also…

FDH1844-11-08.pdf
Elizabeth writes to her son Frederic, sending him a box of butter from his brothers, Theodore and Theophilus. Elizabeth asks her son to tell her more about his neighbors and assumes that the reason he has not already done so is due to his involvement…

FDH_Sabbath_evening_near_11.pdf
Elizabeth is writing to Frederic, his son, so as to keep in touch. She expresses her joy in seeing her husband write letters to the children. She goes on to request Frederic to send in clothes that need mending and accept the pair of socks that she…

MDH1833-01-06.pdf
Elizabeth Whiting Phelps Huntington is writing a letter to her daughter Mary. It is the evening of the Sabbath, and Elizabeth has taken the time to remind Mary of some important aspects in pleasing the Lord. She reminds Mary of the importance of…

FDH1846-05-07.pdf
Elizabeth is writing to her son for the first time in a while because she has been very sick. She thanks God for her recovery. People are traveling but they are worried about Elizabeth because she has been so sick. She is able to sew during the day…

FDH18430124.pdf
This was a letter from Elizabeth Huntington to her son, Bishop Frederic Dan Huntington. In the letter, Elizabeth Huntington expresses her approval of her son’s performance at the ordination. She notes her pride in his vast efforts in his parish and…

FDH1842_07_sabbath_evening.pdf
Elizabeth is writing to her son Frederic and discusses possible visits and trips that will be made. She also addresses latest sermons at church. This letter is an update for Elizabeth’s son who it seems she has not seen in a while. It is obvious that…
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