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Box 1


Contains 12 Results:

Letters home, May 1917

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 11
Scope and Contents The seventh folder in the Natalie Gookin papers consists of letters written in daily correspondence between Bryn Mawr freshman Natalie Gookin and her mother, father, aunt, and even cat during the month of May 1917. These letters are arranged in chronological order according to the date by which they were written. In her letters, Natalie is eager to express her desire to finish this last month of school well and go home. She focuses on preparing and making arrangements for packing, summer...
Dates: May 1917

Letters home, August-September 1917

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 12
Scope and Contents The eighth folder in the Natalie Gookin papers contains letters of correspondence between Natalie Gookin and her mother as well as her father Frederick Gookin and his wife during the end of summer 1917. These letters have been arranged chronologically according to the date by which they were written. During the summer between her freshman and sophomore year, Natalie traveled to Denver with her father for the month of August where they vacationed with other guests at an Inn. In their letters,...
Dates: August-September 1917