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Series VI: Correspondence, 1872-1977, undated

Scope and Contents note

This series contains correspondence on diverse topics. It includes correspondence with magazines and filmmakers about the representation of the LCU in articles and films. The folder regarding trouble with a boarder at the Sage House refers to a woman who wrote an article about the inadequacies of the home. This folder also contains two letters from Jacob Riis, conveying a complaint from a boarder to the LCU administration. The letters from Mrs. Caroline Roberts detail her spiritual life and her trip abroad in an attempt to convalesce. These materials have been digitized and can be viewed here.

Notes and correspondence re the making of LCU brochures, 1940-1950, inclusive

Box: 9, Folder: 10 (Material Type: Mixed Materials)

Letter to Churches Enclosing a LCU Brochure, 1977

Box: 9, Folder: 11 (Material Type: Mixed Materials)

Correspondence re Articles about LCU Homes, 1947-1956, inclusive

Box: 9, Folder: 12 (Material Type: Mixed Materials)

Correspondence re LCU footage in short film, "White Collar Girls", 1948, inclusive

Box: 9, Folder: 13 (Material Type: Mixed Materials)

Letters and Clippings re Boarder at Sage House and "the trouble she made", 1899-1901, inclusive

Box: 9, Folder: 14 (Material Type: Mixed Materials)

Letters from Caroline D. Roberts (Mrs. Marshall O. Roberts) to LCU, 1872-1873, inclusive

Box: 9, Folder: 15 (Material Type: Mixed Materials)

Thank You Letters from Residents, 1950-1952, inclusive

Box: 9, Folder: 16 (Material Type: Mixed Materials)

Letter from Caroline Roberts to Mrs. Wychoff asking her to be Treasurer of LCU, undated

Box: 9, Folder: 17 (Material Type: Mixed Materials)
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