Browsing Arthur A. Schmon fonds RG 524 by Subject "Correspondence; World War I; Opera"
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Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 10 March 1919The 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 getting married in two months and living up in the St. Lawrence region. She then discusses her recent outing to the opera with "Georgi" and her sister to see "Mercilla". The soprano, Barrientos, was performing. The letters are labelled number 243 and 244.
Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 3 January 1920The letter describes pictures Eleanore Celeste had received from Arthur. The second part of the letter discusses a trip to the Metropolitan to see three one act Italian operas. The singers mentioned are Farrar and Amato. She also discusses a fur coat that Arthur is planning to buy for her as a gift. The letter is labelled number 90.