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  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 1 May 1919 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
    A letter from E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon which discusses her attendance at the Broad Theatre to see the play "Tiger! Tiger!". Mrs. Schmon also discusses an outing with friends. the letter is labelled number 269.
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 10 & 12 January 1920 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-05)
    The letter discusses fish that needs to be sold by the couple, but no one is interested because the fish is mostly bone and skin. The second letter mentions they have been married for five months. The first letters are ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 10 April 1920 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-05)
    The letter discusses Arthur's "dandy cruise in the woods. Two hundred miles-" She also mentions that the couple has been married for eight months, but have only lived together two and half months. She talks about a train ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 10 August 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-30)
    The letter discusses that this is to be the day that Arthur will be told of his commissions.
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 10 December 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-12-11)
    It is unknown when the Montcalm will sail the Gulf of the St. Lawrence, so Eleanore Celeste waits to travel to Arthur in Shelter Bay. She visited with Mother Schmon after taking her own Mother to the dentist. The letter ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 10 March 1919 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-05)
    The letter begins "My darling hubbie-to-be". Eleanore Celeste mentions she will be substituting only as high as grade 6A. She mentions possibly honeymooning at one of Colonel McCormick's properties. She talks about them ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 10 March 1920 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-12-10)
    Eleanore Celeste is packing up their things for the move. She has been to a Lenten Service and had a visit with Miss Ketcham. The letter is labelled number 148.
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 10 October 1917 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-26)
    She begins by apologizing for telling Arthur he should have written to his mother when he was in Halifax. Eleanore Celeste just heard that his mother did receive a letter, but it came two weeks after she had received her ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 10 September 1918 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
    This letter describes outings with Gus and going to the Broad Theatre to see the play "Oh! Boy". She also mentions her friend Margaret who will be married in Atlanta. This letter is labelled number 158.
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 11 & 12 September 1918 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
    Eleanore Celeste describes Arthur's departure for service one year ago. She also discusses a friend, Dick Hart, who was thought to have been a casualty of a torpedoed ship, but is now thought to be safe. She mentions ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 11 April 1916 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
    A letter from Eleanore Celeste Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon in the year 1916. She discusses her letter writing, a luncheon at the McCrackens and her work with the Red Cross. It is labelled the 84th letter.
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 12 August 1918 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
    This letter discusses an outing to the Leake's and then an evening of dancing at the country club. The letter is labelled number 142.
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 12 December 1916 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-05)
    Eleanore Celeste mentions that her mother will have to have another eye surgery. There is a membrane over the eye impairing her vision.
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 12 December 1918 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-05)
    The letter begins with discussion of Xmas gifts. Arthur is sending a German helmet souvenir and Eleanore Celeste plans to put it in their den. She then talks about Spanish influenza spreading "there are hundreds of new ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 12 January 1919 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-27)
    A newspaper clipping included is titled "Roosevelt's Sons hear of Father's death". Eleanore Celeste had spent the previous day in New York with her sister, they had dinner at Shanley's and tea at Shrafts. The letter is ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 12 June 1916 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
    A brief note to Arthur Schmon that reads: "Monday 10 P.M. My dear Artie, Gladys is out of town, and does not expect to return for a couple of weeks. Sorry. Anything else I can do? In haste, Lessie"
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 12 June 1918 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-12)
    Eleanore Celeste mentions the Xmas leave that Arthur Schmon will take. The next part of the letter mentions a couple of friends. One friend is suffering from inflammatory rheumatism and the other friend wants to serve ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 12 November 1918 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-26)
    Eleanore Celeste is currently substituting at Lafayette St. School and she writes "of all the schools that I have substituted in, I like this the best." She hears about the end of the war and tells a story of how she was ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 12 September 1917 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
    The letter begins describes the sadness of Eleanore Celeste after saying goodbye to Arthur. The second part of the letter discusses bank accounts, bills paid, and the budget for the month of December. She also mentions ...
  • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 13 April 1916 

    Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-11-26)
    The letter states that they will see one another on the nineteenth and Eleanore Celeste is excited for the date to arrive. She also mentions some volunteer work "tagging" for donations for the "benefit of war sufferers". ...