#37 Rockwell Pl. Brooklyn, N.Y. Aug. 17-15 / Dear Edna: You did not say when you would about reach N.Y. Drop a card at once telling me when you expect to reach N.Y. Yours / Charles H. Carter / Please not change of address
“FOR THE GOOD OF THE ORDER”
Chicago, April 5, 1912.
Dear Comrade of the Christian Socialist Fellowship:
Rev. Wm. A. Ward, with great courage and loyalty, took up the work of the Fellowship as General Secretary when the treasury was empty,...
241 Tremont(?) St., Boston
Dear Sir and Brother,
You will see by the Dawn that my mission work this winter is proving very successful. I am accomplishing, I think, a large amount of good, and am grateful to those who helped me in this...
Clouds; Flags; Hills; Mountains; Reflections; Smokestacks; Passengers; Color postcards; Side wheelers; Steamboats; Rivers;
A detailed view of the Hudson River Day Line Steamer "Robert Fulton" on the water with green hills and mountains in the background. The name of the ship "Robert Fulton" is visible on the side of the ship. Hand written message on front of card...
Vigilant Association of the City of New York; Libel and slander--New York (State)--New York
Four-page letter from Gerrit Smith in New York [City] to C. B. Sedgwick dated September 15, 1860, expressing the regret of the "Committee" [of the Vigilant Association of the City of New York] for libel against Smith.
United States--New York (State)--New York--Brooklyn;Music publishing industry;Songs, Yiddish;Musical theater--Excerpts--Vocal scores with piano;Songs with piano
Cover features blue-toned portrait photographs of Isidor Lilien (in tuxedo) and Peretz Sandler (in suit). Titles printed in Latin and Hebrew alphabets. Text, "Liberty Theatre Success." The title refers to Israel as the new home.
February 23, 1915.
Mrs. Catherine Markham,
West New Brighton,
Staten Island, New York.
My dear Mrs. Markham:-
Thank you for your kind letter with its information about Mr. Markham. I am glad that he is able to be in California to help with the...
Harry discusses the latest confrontation with Franco's forces. He writes that even with Franco's superior machinery and planes, the International Brigades have a higher ratio of success. He describes his three days of fighting without food,...