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Memoranda


addresses

name

residence

Ida M. Frye

1063 E. 2nd South [Salt Lake City]

Mrs. [Lucinda B.] Chandler

772 Wallnut St.

Chicago.

C. C. [C. Edward] Wallin

535. Dearborn

St. Chicago

Home & Country

Published by

Jos. W. Ray

53. E. 10th. St.

New York

edited by Samuel Jaros

(May Number)

Mary Frost Ormsby

115. W. 96th St.

New York City

[p. 386] {p. 186}

Mrs. T. H. Zeman1

To send a Photograph.

513 Arcade,

Euclid Ctr.,

Cleveland O.

Genevieve L. Browne

#352 St. Nicholas

Ave. N.Y.

Mrs. Albert Barker

The Bird Songstress

1 Cheyne Court

Chelsea

London S.W.

England

[p. 387] {p. 187}

memoranda.

Of the three books Songs and Flowers of the Wasatch dedicated to Margaret Blaine Salisbury one is for her it is the one in the Utah Woman’s Building– the one in the Utah Building is for Emily S. Richards and the one designed for the Liberal Arts is in the Organizatiiom of the Woman’s building and is for me. [p. 388] {p. 188}

Letters written today Oct. 18. 1893 to

Mrs. [Lucinda B.] Chandler

New York

Mrs. Salisbury

Chicago,

Miss [Susan B.] Anthony

Rochester

Verona [Dunford] Hillard

Spokane

Helona [Helena Einerson] Madsen

Gunnison

Mary H. [Houston] Kimball

Pleasant Grove

Rosina [Sterne] Ryan

Chicago

several Receipts

sent out to

subscribers

one letter to

Emily Bayles

Bluff City

[p. 389] {p. 189}

memoranda.

date

dolls.

cts.

Caroline Pace

8

.00

[R. S.]2 Blanks

R. S.

25

Mary Baxter for Emma [Leywood] Monk

1,

00

Electa Bullock

11,

00

Ellen Kelsey

5.

00

[p. 390] {p. 190}

cash account–january

date

received

paid

5

Orphan’s Home (member)

1

00

Repairing dress

1.

00

N.-A.W.S.A.3

1.

00

Pamphlet

25

Review of Reviews

25

8

Baby’s Ring

3.

50

Repairing Watch

2

.00

[p. 396] {p. 191}

cash account–april

date

received

paid

3

Interest

40.

00

[p. 402] {p. 192}

cash account–may

date

received

paid

The Utah Woman’s Press Club presented me

20

.00

The National Woman’s Relief Society

25

.00

The Salt Lake County World’s Fair Association

50.

00

[p. 404] {p. 193}

cash account–july

date

received

paid

1

Interest

12

.15

28

29

Sundries

.20

Half’s & vail

.80

[p. 408] {p. 194}

cash account–september

date

received

paid

Mary Larsen Spring City

1

00◊4

[p. 412] {p. 195}

cash account–october

date

received

paid

Mrs. Mary Greiss

,

70

& candles

20

black lace veiling

25

3 handkerchief[s]

25

soap

20

27

Temple in Salt Lake paid offering

1

00

Ladies Guild

31.

Gave 2 men garments under wear

85

[p. 414] {p. 196}

cash account–november

date

received

paid

Nov. 2.

Gave fast Offering

’50

9

Linen Handkerchief

’25

14

one box candles

wax–

1

25

15

lunch

20

stamps

10

15

Paid Subscription to Gen. Relief Committee

1

.00

[p. 416] {p. 197}

cash account–december

date

Xmas Gifts

received

paid

Belle

Poems Longfellow’s

1

35

Sep. [Septimus Wagstaff Sears]

Henry Clay

75

Dot.

Poems

1.

25

Louise Chandler Moulton

In the Garden of Dreams

Lucile

Longfellows Prose Kavanagh

40

Emma

40

Eugene

Book

25

Brent

Handkerchief

15

S. W. Sears Jr.

Tennyson

40

Mell,

Uarda [Georg] Ebers

75

Will–

Kingsley’s Westward Ho

75

Daisie & Harry

Hawthorne’s House of Seven Gables & Longfellow’s Kavamagh

40

Verona & Barry

House of Seven Gables & Mosses from an old Manse

40

40

[p. 418] {p. 198}

date

received

paid

Robert Cushing

Child’s Book

25

Barry N. Jr.

Rattle

25

Annie

Kingsley’s Hypatia

75

John Q.

An Egyptian Princess

75

George Q & card

Louise & card

Handkerchief

25

Margaret & card

Handkerchief

25

Daniel & card

Handkerchief

15

Baby Hood

1.

00

Mrs. Salisbury

knitted bead purse Belle’s work material

1.

25

Mrs. Caine

Tennyson

.

40

Pearl

Book

Mrs. Overtheway’s Remembrances

25

Elise [Gasser]

Book Aurora Floyd

.

25

[p. 419] {p. 199}

summary 1893

received

paid

cash on hand jan. 1

1000

.00

january

february

march

april for land

300

00

may

june

july

august Rec’d

from Barry <& Verona>

50

.00

september Mell

200.

00

october

Belle

50

.00

november

9.

50

extra Architect

455

december

extra Settling

500

total

14.

00

[p. 420] {p. 200}

Footnotes

  1. [1]Josefa Veronika Humpal–Zeman (b. 1870) presented a paper on Bohemian women at the 1893 Columbian Exposition, which was published in Eagle, Congress of Women, 127–130.

  2. [2]text: The bracketed information was indicated by ditto marks in the original. In this case, the ditto marks seem to refer to the letters immediately below them.

  3. [3]National American Woman Suffrage Association.

  4. [4]text: This entry is somewhat garbled, rendering EBW’s intent here unclear.

  5. [5]Although “45” is listed in the cents column on this preprinted ledger page, payment to the architect more likely was $45.