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  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 13 July 1917 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-30)
    The letter describes a party with family at the Pell Tree Inn where they had dinner and dancing. She also mentions that Arthur was made an instructor of topography and may soon do his examinations for second lieutenant.
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 13 July 1918 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-12-10)
    Eleanore Celeste discusses going to the theatre alone and remarks "these war times are making girls independent". She also mentions her studies and how much she enjoys learning. She has enclosed an article titled "Heroes ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 13 May 1919 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-05)
    The letter describes a day Eleanore Celeste spent downtown and many friends she ran into during her outing. She then mentions an article she read that states most troops will be out of France by July 1st. This letter is ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 13 November 1918 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-12-10)
    Eleanore Celeste is teaching at Lafayette Street School. She states that she likes "this school better than any I've substituted in." She writes about a boy who could not attend school because he had no shoes and the ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 13 November 1919 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-12-10)
    Eleanore Celeste is on her way to Mother Schmon's. She has been shopping and to see friends. She will leave for Shelter Bay in a month or so. The letter is labelled number 33 & 34.
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 14 & 15 May 1919 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-12)
    Eleanore Celeste mentions that Arthur is to return in July. She discusses the way the troops are returning to New York and New Jersey and the discharge process. These letters are labelled number 279 and 280.
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 14 February 1918 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
    The letter discusses Valentine's Day and she has drawn hearts in red ink. She also describes the events of the previous day: Red Cross work, lunch at YWCA, Club meeting. The letter also includes a list of items in a ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 14 February 1920 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-12)
    This letter is decorated for Valentine's Day. There is a red cut out hard included that reads "To my Valentine from your Valentine xxxxxx". The second part of the letter talks about how to get to Shelter Bay and Eleanore ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 14 June 1918 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-05)
    Eleanore Celeste has been to visit Arthur Schmon's parents. His father has not been feeling well and takes a week vacation per month. His mother worries because the checks Arthur sends do not come when they should. ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 14 March 1917 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-12-11)
    The letter is a thank you for a book Arthur has sent to Eleanore Celeste. The title of the book is not mentioned.
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 15 December 1918 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-05)
    The letter begins by describing her Red Cross uniform to be worn during the Xmas campaign. She also mentions an outing to see a show "Glorianna", then dancing at Murrays, then Hunter Island Inn for dinner. This letter ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 15 February 1917 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
    A brief note to Arthur Schmon that reads: " February fifteenth. Dear, This is to let you see that I am not neglecting my duties as a member of the "cheer committee". Remember that the only thing that never goes out of ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 15 February 1918 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
    This letter discusses the long wait between correspondence due to the mail delivery. She also discusses the weeks plans. This letter is labelled 57th.
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 15 June 1917 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-30)
    The letter discusses more studies in French. She is learning grammar from a textbook and reading a book written in French entitled "En France".
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 15 May 1916 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-30)
    The letter mentions a train from Newark to Princeton. She writes "Shall keep all news until I see you". The second part of the letter is written another day and describes the time she spent with Arthur.
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 15 October 1918 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
    This letter mentions that Eleanore Celeste has not heard from Arthur in nearly a month. She hopes that this means he will be coming home soon from France. It is labelled number 175.
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 15 September 1918 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
    The letter mentions a possibility of Arthur returning home. Eleanore Celeste also mentions a recently engaged friends sadness since her fiance will leave for a camp. This letter is labelled number 161.
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 16 February 1920 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-30)
    The letter begins with a description of the play "Three Wise Fools" that Eleanor Celeste attended at the Broad Theatre. She states it is "the best show that I have seen in years". She also talks about a garment she plans ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 16 January 1918 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-12)
    The letter begins with some confusion as to whether Arthur is returning to the United States. Eleanore Celeste then mentions a benefit concert she was taken to by Mr. and Mrs. Mezger. She mentions she enjoyed the voice ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 16 January 1919 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-30)
    The letter describes how Eleanor Celeste is a substitute teacher at this time. She also mentions a party held by her Uncle Dick in New York. Her uncle purchases a kewpie doll for her and each of the other girls worth six ...