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Inventory for MSA SC 6110-1



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MSA SC 6110-1-1
Dates2007/1/28
Medium Paper
Storage
02/46/09/17
Description
Letter from Roxanne Nagosky describing the Madeleine LeMoyne Ellicott-Alice Leonard Gaule relationship and also the Madeleine LeMoyne Ellicott-Gaule family relationship. Also includes the Leonard Family Tree.
MSA SC 6110-1-2
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MediumPaper
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02/46/09/17
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Picture of Madeleine LeMoyne Ellicott. Also includes Ellicott's obituary.
MSA SC 6110-1-3
Dates1898/03/05
MediumPaper
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02/46/09/17
Description
Written from Lake Roland, Maryland. To Alice Leonard Gaule from Madeleine LeMoyne Ellicott discussing Emily's (Alice's sister) visit to the Ellicott household in Baltimore along with Ellicott's indecisive view on Emily's future husband, Mr. Haynes. The Letter also includes a description of the location of her house and its distance from where Charles (her husband) works. A summary of Charles' profession and a prospective visit to Zurich are also included.
MSA SC 6110-1-4
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02/46/09/17
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Letter to Alice. First page of letter is missing. Written from Baltimore. Ellicott discusses her recent trip to Jamestown, VA with her family and asks about how Alice's children are doing.
MSA SC 6110-1-5
Dates1908/01/19
MediumPaper
Storage
02/46/09/17
Description
Letter to Alice, written from Melvale, Baltimore. The letter discusses vacation plans for the summer and says her family plans to go to Europe but she is unsure exactly where in Europe they will go. She also tells of her grievances about William Hess and Mabel, two children that live in her house, and writes a little about the condition of her two sons.
MSA SC 6110-1-6
Dates1908/02/02
MediumPaper
Storage
02/46/09/17
Description
Letter to Alice, written from Melvale, Baltimore. The letter discusses Ellicott's definite vacation plans, noting that her family hopes to sail June 6. She tells Alice that she hopes the seaside vacation will entice her to visit them while they are in Europe.
MSA SC 6110-1-7
Dates1908/07/24
MediumPaper
Storage
02/46/09/17
Description
Letter to Alice, written from Samaden, Switzerland. Ellicott and her children, along with the Tanner family, are enjoying their vacation immensely. Charles is not vacationing with them yet but will be soon.
MSA SC 6110-1-8
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02/46/09/17
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Letter to Alice, written from the Steamship "Etruria." Ellicott and her children are on their way back from their vacation in Switzerland and have stopped in England. Ellicott expresses her annoyance that their luggage was lost when they arrived in Liverpool. Pages of letter are missing.
MSA SC 6110-1-9
Dates1913/02/22
MediumPaper
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02/46/09/17
Description
Letter to Alice, written from Baltimore. Ellicott discusses Valcoulon (Val), her youngest son, and his discontent with his life at Princeton University. Val wishes to take courses at Johns Hopkins University, but Charles will not allow it. Ellicott also mentions that she might be in a future suffrage parade.
MSA SC 6110-1-10
Dates1913/06/05
MediumPaper
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02/46/09/17
Description
Letter to Alice, written from the Children's Playground Association in Baltimore. Ellicott discusses Madeleine, Alice's daughter and Ellicott's goddaughter, and her future career path in nursing and social work. The letter also discusses suffrage and Ellicott's frustration with the ineffectiveness and poor leadership within the Maryland chapter of the Equal Suffrage League. She writes of her difficulties with her work for the Children's Playground Association.
MSA SC 6110-1-11
Dates1913/09/01
MediumPaper
Storage
02/46/09/17
Description
Letter to Alice, written from Chicago Club of Charlevoix, Michigan. Ellicott discusses some family business, such as Charles' work, Madeleine's (Alice's daughter) schooling and her relocation to Baltimore, and Val's schooling.
MSA SC 6110-1-12
Dates1914/08/21
MediumPaper
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02/46/09/17
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Letter to Alice, written from Baltimore. Ellicott discusses the condition of Madeleine (Alice's daughter) and how Madeleine was in the hospital for illness but is improving slowly. Ellicott mentions World War I and how everyone is worried about it. She tells Alice that those around her have a strong hatred to Germany, especially against the German Emperor, and asks how Alice feels about the war.
MSA SC 6110-1-13
Dates1914/09/22
MediumPaper
Storage
02/46/09/17
Description
Letter to Alice, written from Melvale, Baltimore. Ellicott tells Alice that Madeleine was operated on for appendicitis earlier that morning and that she is recovering nicely. Ellicott also discusses the suffrage movement, calling it "absorbing and interesting." She tells Alice that the National Association has published a sort of "black list" that names all the Senators and Representatives who oppose the federal amendment for women's suffrage.
MSA SC 6110-1-14
Dates1918/03/09
MediumPaper
Storage
02/46/09/17
Description
Letter to Alice, written from Melvale, Baltimore. Ellicott tells Alice that she wishes that they could have discussed their views on the war when Alice came to visit in Baltimore. She surmises that Alice is not comfortable with living so close to the war action, and Ellicott tells Alice about the mandatory rationing of certain items. Ellicott updates Alice on the suffrage situation, telling her that Congress passed the Federal Suffrage Amendment but the Senate needs to pass it now. She suspects its ratification will take two years.
MSA SC 6110-1-15
Dates1918/06/09
MediumPaper
Storage
02/46/09/17
Description
Letter to Alice, written from Melvale, Baltimore. Ellicott discusses the weather and her family's lack of vacation plans. Ellis, Ellicott's son, has gone to serve in France, and Val is working in Maine. Ellicott also mentions how thrilled she is that Maryland was one of the first states to pass the prohibition amendment and expresses her frustration about how the suffrage amendment has yet to be ratified.


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