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Box 3

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Contains 46 Results:

Charlotte H. Chapman's Hair Book, 1843-1851

 File — Box: 3
Scope and Contents Includes samples of hair of family members, some braided, as well as mounted clipping of obituaries and memorial poems.
Dates: 1843-1851

Mariana Chapman Wright from Noah Chapman, 1865, (1 mo.?, 4mo-10mo)

 File — Box: 3
Scope and Contents Unhappy that they have not been able to settle in a permanent home since their marriage. First child, Charles, born 9/16/1865
Dates: 1865, (1 mo.?, 4mo-10mo)

Mariana Chapman Wright from Noah Chapman, 1867

 File — Box: 3
Scope and Contents Letters during trip to Cincinnati. Mentions yearly meeting and conversation with Aron and Ann Packer. She was on the "Watch Tower" and felt moved to preach. Noah had wisdom teeth removed with "laughing gas" and appreciated the photograph sent of son, Charlie. Hope for better photography in NY
Dates: 1867

Mariana Chapman Wright from Noah Chapman, 1868-1881

 File — Box: 3
Scope and Contents June 18, 1876, letter written from Congress Hotel in Cape May, NJ, where vacationing with son Charlie. Description of the resort and beach. 1880 in St. Paul with a glowing description of the city.
Dates: 1868-1881

Mariana Chapman, Brooklyn, from Mary W. Wright, Ca. 1874, 1880-1883 and undated

 File — Box: 3
Scope and Contents Mary Wright's letters to daughter Mariana, most from Springboro. Early letter concerns caring for "Wrightie" when he was a baby. 4mo 11 1880 written from Brooklyn to Springboro, attended large event with prominent speakers including Henry Ward Beecher.
Dates: Ca. 1874, 1880-1883 and undated

Mariana Chapman Wright and others from A. Wright Chapman, 1887-1898

 File — Box: 3
Scope and Contents Letters from her son, personal news. 1/25/1895 ALS from Baltimore mentions hearing John Cornell preaching one of the best sermons he ever heard
Dates: 1887-1898