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Letter_nd_023.pdf
In this letter to Bettie, Barbara talks about various aspects of domestic life. There is mention of some illness, cloth Bettie has been expecting, fruit growing and other crops, and children.


Letter_12_30_1892.pdf
This letter from Lillie to her aunt, Elizabeth Eller, talks about the Christmas Holiday, life in Baltimore, and the weather. Lillie also discusses postage and various clothes that Elizabeth wants her to buy.


Letter_11_28_1891.pdf
This letter from Lillian to her Aunt, Elizabeth Eller, talks about life in Baltimore, and how Lillian is trying to adapt to the big city life. She talks about the price of clothing, a fire she saw, and her concern with her aging.


Letter_10_25_1891.pdf
This letter from Lillian to her Aunt, Elizabeth Eller, is about her moving to Baltimore. She give Elizabeth the details of her trip and tells her what she finds interesting about life in the city.


Letter_05_01_1892.pdf
This letter from Lillie to her aunt talks about a dress pattern that Lillie has sent her aunt. Lillie also talks about the trip they made to get back home to Edgewater, Virginia, and how they will be house sitting for her Uncle Zeke.


Letter_02_28_1892.pdf
This letter from Lillie Young to her aunt, Elizabeth Eller, talks about how Lillie is getting along in Baltimore, where her husband, Staley Young, is going to college. Lillie complains about the amount of people she must see daily, and how she wishes…


Letter_09_24_1889.pdf
This letter from Lillie Young to her aunt, Elizabeth Eller, talks about peaches, a new school teacher, and her mother's health.


Letter_08_05_1889.pdf
This letter from Lillian to her aunt, Elizabeth Eller, talks about Lillie’s travel plans, weaving, and men’s looks.


Letter_06_05_1887.pdf
This letter from Elizabeth Eller to her sister, Frances Kirby (Young) discusses Lillian, who Elizabeth Eller appears to be raising, and Sunday School. Elizabeth mentions the horses and mules they have, and the foods they are eating for dinner,…