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Contains 52 Results:

Knowles, Hannibal Fletcher to Julius James Knowles, Oct. 1879

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 58
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Oct. 1879

Knowles, Hannibal Fletcher to Sarah E. (Clark) Knowles, May-Oct. 1880

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 59
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: May-Oct. 1880

Knowles, Hannibal Fletcher to J.P. McAfee (Union Central Life Insurance Co. of Cincinnati), March 18, 1895

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 60
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: March 18, 1895

Knowles, Hannibal Fletcher and Knowles, Sarah E. (Clark) from Alice U. Knowles, Oct. 12, 1883

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 61
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Oct. 12, 1883

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate) from Sarah M. Betts, ca. 1810

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 62
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: ca. 1810

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate) from Martin (?) N. Adgate, ca. 1810

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 63
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: ca. 1810

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate) from Fanny Boardman Lord, ca. 1816-1830

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 64
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: ca. 1816-1830

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate) from Lucy Ann King, Aug. 8, 1818

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 65
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Aug. 8, 1818

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate) from A.E. Betts, Aug. 19, 1818

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 66
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Aug. 19, 1818

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate) from Fanny B., Nov. 8, 1819

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 67
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Nov. 8, 1819

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate) from Martin Adgate, Sept. 5, 1820

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 68
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Sept. 5, 1820

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate) from Sarah Wright Adgate, poem ("Parting of the Two Friends"), ca. 1830

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 69
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: ca. 1830

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate) to Eunice B. Adgate, 1836-1864

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 70
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: 1836-1864

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate) to Sarah Wright (Adgate) Butler, 1849-1853

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 71
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: 1849-1853

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate) from Catharine W. (Adgate) Arthur, 1850-1860

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 72
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: 1850-1860

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate) to Hannibal Fletcher Knowles, Feb. 18, 1852

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 73
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Feb. 18, 1852

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate) to Hannibal Fletcher Knowles and Marietta L. Knowles, Oct. 29, 1856

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 74
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Oct. 29, 1856

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate) from Sarah Wright (Adgate) Butler, Dec. 20, 1868

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 75
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Dec. 20, 1868

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate), Knowles, Ermina L., Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate to Hannibal Fletcher Knowles, June 21, 1847

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 76
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: June 21, 1847

Knowles, Julia F. (Adgate) and Knowles, Urania to Hannibal Fletcher Knowles, July 12, 1847

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 77
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: July 12, 1847

Knowles, Julius Caesar from Joseph L. Knowles, Feb. 18, 1825

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 78
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Feb. 18, 1825

Knowles, Julius Caesar from Ermina (Knowles) Clemens and Isaac Clemens, April 25, 1861

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 79
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: April 25, 1861

Knowles, Julius Caesar to Hannibal Fletcher Knowles, March 26, 1863

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 80
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: March 26, 1863

Knowles, Julius Caesar from Urania (Knowles) Clemens, 1865

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 81
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: 1865

Knowles, Julius Caesar and Eunice B. (Adgate) Knowles to Hannibal Fletcher Knowles, Dec. 21, 1850

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 82
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Dec. 21, 1850