1856 Nov. 4
Elroh, J. D.
New Bedford (Mass.) - He was been talking with several people and does not want to loose an opportunity on an investment. Part of the Kansas Land Trust correspondence.
1922 Nov. 13
Hough, George A. (George Anthony), 1868-1955
New Bedford (Mass.) - Requesting the advice of Du Bois regarding the use of the word "Jewess" and "Negress." The letter mentions a disagreement with another columnists at the Standard over whether African American women might find the term "Negress" offensive. (For Du Bois's response see mums312-b167-i044).
1996 Apr. 15
Clark, Gloria Xifaras, 1942-
New Bedford (Mass.) - In this fax, Gloria writes about setting up a meeting and the prospectus.
1856 Nov. 3
Baker, Edward L. (Edward Livingston), 1814-1878
New Bedford (Mass.) - W. W. Crapo, H. H. Crapo, and Governor Robinson are able to come and attend to Lyman's business. Twenty years ago Baker and others invested money in western lands and they have not been able to make a profit off of the lands. Provides Lyman with a list of names. Part of the Kansas Land Trust correspondence.
1883 July 21
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New Bedford (Mass.) - Du Bois writes to his mother the account of his first trip from Great Barrington to New Bedford to stay with his grandparents. Du Bois writes about the train ride, seeing the Connecticut River, stopping in Providence and describes the pleasure in meeting his grandparents.
Xifaras, John Michael
New Bedford (Mass.) - John is looking forward to seeing Gloria, he asks her to pick out a show in New York for them to see together. Attached is a newspaper clipping of a case that John is handling.
1964 Dec. 6
New Bedford (Mass.) - Mrs. Maravell asks why Gloria hasn't written to them lately. She is counting the days until she sees her again; asks about her travel plans for Christmas. She mentions the church. Includes a note from Jack.