• Letter (marked confidential) to Isabel from J.D. Tait

      Tait, J.D. (1899-06-06)
      Letter (marked confidential) to Isabel from J.D. Tait in which he talks of vindictive slander which he feels is false. He refers to a statue which he believes absolutely belongs to him. He says that he will see Isabel on Sunday to discuss the valuables, June 6, 1899.
    • Letter to Isabel [Woodruff] from J.D. Tait

      Tait, J.D. (1896-12-06)
      Letter to Isabel [Woodruff] from J.D. Tait which lists a number of items that “mama” asked for. He says that he will come over at lunch and give her a receipt for the things that “she is desirous of having”. The letter is written in pencil and is quite faded on the back, Dec. 6, 1896.
    • Letter to Isabel from J. D. Tait

      Tait, J.D. (1896-11-12)
      Letter to Isabel from J. D. Tait in which he says he feels better after “looking out all the books, folios and engravings etc. that mama wants, Nov. 12, 1896.
    • Letter to Isabel from Phil [Phil Ingram Price]

      Price Ingram, Phil (1900-03-28)
      Letter to Isabel from Phil [Phil Ingram Price] in which he expresses a desire to divide the estate with as little delay as possible. He has divided the books into 4 lots, but he asks if Isabel has some of the books as they are missing, March 28, 1900.
    • Letter to Isabel from someone whose last name is Price [the first name is illegible]

      1901-07-15
      Letter to Isabel from someone whose last name is Price [the first name is illegible] in which the writer says that the row with Phil regarding the bonds is settled (1 ½ pages). This person does not anticipate any more trouble with Phil. They are sending the personal effects to Isabel as well as a cheque for $3000 as her share of the estate, and more next month, July 15, 1901.