• 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.
    • Chtistmas Card

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      A Christmas card that reads: "Christmas Greetings to my Daddy. Just a little Christmas card that will tell you, Daddy dear, I will give you all my love, And be your good child all the year!". Eleanore Celeste often refers to Arthur as "Daddy" and she signs the card with her nickname "Bubbles.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 25 March 1916

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      This letter discusses how Arthur is now responsible for "directing and supervising the work of ninety men". This letter is labelled number 75.
    • 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 the possibility of a trip to Shelter Bay in the month of December.
    • 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, 28 June 1918

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      The letter discusses the capture of Cantigny. There are three article clippings attached to the letter describing "Cantigny Fighting Cited", "Co-operation at Cantigny", "The fight at Cantigny...". Eleanore Celeste mentions the number of troops that are said to be arriving weekly (100,000) and that there are 1,000,000 over there now." This letter is labelled number 120.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 24 December 1919

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      The letter mentions that Arthur is located in Shelter Bay. There is mention of a Christmas Eve party and the guests that will attend. The letter is labelled number 81.
    • Conscription Letter Envelope

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      An envelope from the Army and Navy Department "The International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations (in the Field) General Office". The handwritten note on the front reads: "Capsule that decided someone's fate for conscription".
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 24 July 1918

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      This letter mentions an outing to the Mt. Prospect Movies to see Forbes Robertson in "The Passing of the Third Floor Back". This letter is labelled number 132.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 21 July 1916

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      The letter describes Eleanore Celeste's time away with her brother. She has spent her time canoeing, playing golf, dancing and plans to attend the movies. The next day is a sailing trip to see Plymouth Rock. The next week she will be in Connecticut and then home.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 6 January 1918

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      A letter from E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon discussing her outings and visits with friends and family. The letter is labelled number 39.
    • 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 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, 18 & 19 August 1918

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      Two letters from E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon. The first letter is a poem titled "Mystery", the second recalls happy times together the previous year. She describes boating to Keansburg, dinner at a hotel, meeting family at Grand Central Station etc. It is labelled the 146th letter.
    • 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, 24 November 1916

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-30)
      The letter mentions a debate that Arthur will be involved in and Eleanor Celeste jokes about which side she will favour.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 8 January 1917

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-30)
      The letter discusses the latest book of Mark Twain, printed after his death, "The Mysterious Stranger".
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 29 July 1915

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-30)
      The letter describes Eleanore's time at home as she spends her days golfing, boating, playing tennis etc. She writes this letter in a barn for privacy from her two sisters. She is writing from Framingham Massachusetts.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 25 September 1917

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-30)
      The letter describes a visit to the library where Eleanor Celeste retrieves book about travels in Europe. She mentions she wants to explore the places that Arthur will travel to by reading books about countries in Europe. She also plans to go to the Red Cross to assist with making surgical dressings.
    • 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.