|Title||Condolence notes sent to Florence Miller, Hoboken, Apr.-June, 1919 on the death of her fiance, Allan W. Moore.|
|Collection||Papers of Florence G. Miller & Family|
|Credit||Gift of Charles J. Tramer & Frank Balogh.|
|Scope & Content||
Letters of condolence sent to Florence G. Miller, 716 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken, April-June, 1919, on the death of her fiance, Allan W. Moore. Various formats and dates. Six detailed dated items plus 2 undated pieces. Not transcribed.
Moore died ca. Sunday, April 10, 1919 in Hoboken.
Letter 1: note paper; from Stack, no address, Hoboken, April 15, 1919.
Letter 2: note paper, single folio, 2 pages used; from A.C. Marion Campbell, 702 Hudson St., Hoboken, April 15, 1919.
Letter 3: note paper, single folio, 3 pages used, with envelope: from Martin G. Henley, 216 Chestnut St., Mt. Carmel, Ill. April 22, 1919.
Letter 4, plain notecard, front & back: from Elizabeth Josselyn Howard, 305 Hudson St., Hoboken, April 29, 1919. Plus enclosure referred to in text: religious note card, "Christ Among the Liilies."
Letter 5, note paper, single folio, 4 pages used, with envelope (used for dating this item): from Helen T. Reilly, 319 Curland Ave., Harrison, N.J., postmarked May 7, 1919.
Letter 6, two pages on printed letterhead - Knights of Columbus Overseas Service On Active Duty with American Expeditionary Forces, with envelope: from Chaplain Joseph M. Kelly, 59th Pioneer Infantry, A.E.F.; Army Post Office - Joirville A. Pont, [Paris], June 2, 1919. States in text that he is living in a tent in the "pretty" Joirville A. Pont section and they are concerned with building "Pershing Stadium."
Plus two undated items, one on note card (dated "Monday" which actually could be the earliest of these condolences as he apparently died on Sunday, April 10, 1919) that includes a reference to the deceased's mother, "Mrs. [Annie E.] Moore," and signed "Ceil" and the other on note paper from a "Lois H. Bird" of Rosemont, Pa.
These items are from the papers of Florence Miller and her family.
Campbell, A.C. Marion
Moore, Allan W.
Henley, Martin G.
Howard, Elizabeth Josselyn
Reilly, Helen T.
Kelly, Reverend Joseph M.
Bird, Lois H.
Moore, Annie E.
|Year Range from||1919|
|Year Range to||1919|
702 Hudson St.
716 Bloomfield St.
305 Hudson St.
World War I
|Caption||letter 1: Stack, Hoboken, April 15, 1919|
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