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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: |i subdivision |a Health |i under names of individual persons and families; also subdivision |a Care and hygiene |i under parts of the body, e.g. |a Foot--Care and hygiene; |i also subdivision |a Health and hygiene |i under classes of persons and ethnic groups; and subdivision |a Health aspects |i under subjects

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

A. Bar Letter, 1883 May 12

 File — Box 4257.006: [1006214231], Folder: 3
Scope and Contents Letter written by A. Bar in Chagren Falls, Ohio, to Melinda Bartlett of Fowlers Mills, Ohio, sending her condolences on the death of one of Melinda's family members. She also tells of the births, deaths, and illnesses in her family.
Dates: 1883 May 12

Carrie Kickels Letter, 1925 May 18

 File — Box 4257.010: [1006214235], Folder: 3
Scope and Contents Letter from Carrie Kickels of Iowa Falls, Iowa, to Lily E. Markley of Mason City, Iowa, giving Markley with an update on her numerous maladies.
Dates: 1925 May 18

James R. McConochin Letter, 1827 December 3

 File — Box 4257.015: [1006214240], Folder: 2
Scope and Contents Letter from Dr. James R. McConochin of Murfreesborough, Tennessee, to his brother-in-law Daniel T. Slaughter, a lawyer in Culpeper Court House, Virginia, telling about his medical practice and his wife's persistent illness.
Dates: 1827 December 3

Letter from Belle to the Folks at Home, 1899 September 9

 File — Box 4257.008: [1006214233], Folder: 5
Scope and Contents Letter from Belle in Lakeview, Ohio, to her family in which she talks about peeling apples for apple butter and drying corn, as well as being sick and hoping that it is not typhoid fever.
Dates: 1899 September 9

Letter from Ida to S. L. Swenson, 1930-09-29

 File — Box 4257.011: [1006214236], Folder: 15
Scope and Contents Letter from Ida in Janesville, Wisconsin, to S. L. Swenson. The letter salutation reads "Dear folks" and says that she is strong enough to sit up in bed twice a day, had many visitors and was not homesick or lonesome. She requested they bring some nightgowns, some gum, and the Brodhead, Wisconsin, newspaper.
Dates: 1930-09-29

Louisa Perkins Letters, 1869

 File — Box 4257.001: [1006214226], Folder: 51
Scope and Contents Two letters sent to Louisa Perkins, both dealing with the news and health of various family members.
Dates: 1869

Mrs. Charles A. Bailey Letter, 1902-06-16

 File — Box 4257.008: [1006214233], Folder: 23
Scope and Contents Letter to Mrs. Charles A. Bailey of Silver Mills, Michigan, from her sister in Wellesley, Massachusetts, talking about staying with Ida and Charlie and how she misses home.
Dates: 1902-06-16

Samuel Reeve Letter, 1822 September 8

 File — Box 4257.001: [1006214226], Folder: 3
Scope and Contents Letter from Samuel Reeve of Palmyra, New York, to Beulah Haines of Zane Township (now called Zanefield, Ohio), Ohio, to Mother, possibly his mother-in-law, updating her on his and Elizabeth's lives.
Dates: 1822 September 8

Sperry and Willard Family Papers, 1874-1892

 File — Box 4257.005: [1006214230], Folder: 14
Scope and Contents Letters between the Sperry and Willard families in Ohio, and from family members or acquaintances discussing money and health issues, everyday life, gifts, society issues, and a wedding invitation. It also contains a family tree and an itemized list of the division of the estate of S. Sperry and two poems written for Mary Willard.
Dates: 1874-1892