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Collection: May Wright Sewall Papers

JenLH
JenLH added a note to page Page 1 in the work Letter from Agnes Fletcher to May Wright Sewall., saying “....having no relation to ordinary concretions. - I think the last word may be CONVENTIONS.”Note Added
cwardle
cwardle added a note to page 3 in the work Kathleen Lyttleton to May Wright Sewall, saying “I am unable to edit this page however I wonder if the second line of this page says 'her reply' as opposed to 'the reply', based on the similarity in the handwriting of this word and of 'here' on page 1. Lyttelton should also be spelt with an 'el'...”Note Added
Eastham
Eastham added a note to page Page 2 in the work Letter from Agnes Fletcher to May Wright Sewall., saying “"Lucent syrup, tinct with Cinnamon",”Note Added
itsirhc
itsirhc added a note to page in the work Albert Apponyi to May Wright Sewall, saying “In addition: I read the date as 1913 instead of 1915.”Note Added
itsirhc
itsirhc added a note to page in the work Albert Apponyi to May Wright Sewall, saying “How do I suggest a correction to line 3: instead of [reserve and know], I read it as [keener and keener]”Note Added
itsirhc
itsirhc added a note to page in the work Albert Apponyi to May Wright Sewall, saying “How do I suggest a correction to paragraph 1, line 4: I believe it reads [ question which interests] instead of [questions which interest]. ”Note Added
pedalindy
pedalindy added a note to page 8 in the work Visitors Register Vol. I, saying “I write”Note Added
pedalindy
pedalindy added a note to page 6 in the work Visitors Register Vol. I, saying “1893”Note Added
wfachp4242
wfachp4242 added a note to page 55 in the work Visitors Register Vol. I, saying “Appears to be written in French ”Note Added
LBrokaw
LBrokaw added a note to page 10 in the work Visitors Register Vol. II, saying “The scan quality here is horrible -- should probably redo. ”Note Added
Teri D
Teri D added a note to page 3 in the work Clotilde Apponyi to May Wright Sewall 5, saying “I appreciate the comment - I thought about that too. But I think the phrase "be remembered to" has more a sense of sending greetings to someone, and is period appropriate (although it is still used in formal greetings by some individuals in the UK...”Note Added
chickadee
chickadee added a note to page Page 1 in the work Letter from Hortense Rhéa to May Wright Sewall., saying “French?”Note Added
chickadee
chickadee added a note to page 1 in the work John Greenleaf Whittier to Susan B. Anthony, saying “This is him sending her a letter on her turning 70 years old.”Note Added
chickadee
chickadee added a note to page Page 1 in the work Letter from Hortense Rhéa to May Wright Sewall., saying “French?”Note Added
chickadee
chickadee added a note to page Page 2 in the work Letter from Maria Michaeloff to May Wright Sewall., saying “letter closing in french?”Note Added
Junaid111
Junaid111 added a note to page 3 in the work Clotilde Apponyi to May Wright Sewall 5, saying “I think 'The children and Mdlle Remy wish to be remembered by you' is even more appropriate than 'The children and Mdlle Remy wish to be remembered to you'. ”Note Added
Junaid111
Junaid111 added a note to page 1 in the work Clotilde Apponyi to May Wright Sewall 5, saying “satisfactory.”Note Added
chickadee
chickadee added a note to page 2 in the work Harriet Taylor Upton to May Wright Sewall, saying “Duplicate document? https://fromthepage.com/digitalindy/may-wright-sewall-papers/letter-from-harriet-taylor-upton-to-may-wright-sewall”Note Added
neorem
neorem added a note to page Page 4 in the work Letter from Edmund Russell to May Wright Sewall., saying “OH. MY. GOD.”Note Added
neorem
neorem added a note to page Page 3 in the work Letter from Hortense Rhéa to May Wright Sewall., saying “[in french]”Note Added
neorem
neorem added a note to page Page 2 in the work Letter from Hortense Rhéa to May Wright Sewall., saying “[in french]”Note Added
neorem
neorem added a note to page Page 1 in the work Letter from Hortense Rhéa to May Wright Sewall., saying “[in french]”Note Added
neorem
neorem added a note to page Page 2 in the work Letter from Hortense Rhéa to May Wright Sewall., saying “[in french]”Note Added
neorem
neorem added a note to page Page 1 in the work Letter from Hortense Rhéa to May Wright Sewall., saying “[in french]”Note Added
E Perkins
E Perkins added a note to page Page 2 in the work Letter from George B. Cortelyou to May Wright Sewall., saying “This is the reverse side of page 1.”Note Added
cmanning
cmanning added a note to page Page 1 in the work Letter from Clara Barton to May Wright Sewall., saying “I'm not sure if I'm doing the right thing transcribing the letter head as well, and I haven't yet found if there are conventions for how to distinguish between the printed letter head and the handwritten letter on it. ”Note Added
carolync2245
carolync2245 added a note to page front in the work Mortgage loan document, saying “I tried to create the form as it appears on the page but couldn't add "On or before the ___ day" sections on the right side of the page. They were fine when I entered the information, but when I previewed the page, the information that I ent”Note Added
Indianapolis Public Library
Indianapolis Public Library added a note to page 77 in the work Visitors Register Vol. I, saying “I will include this in the metadata!”Note Added
Teri D
Teri D added a note to page 77 in the work Visitors Register Vol. I, saying “F.R.G.S. stands for Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. May French-Sheldon was among the first fifteen women to receive this honor in November 1892. ”Note Added
Teri D
Teri D added a note to page Page 1 in the work Letter from Clara Barton to May Wright Sewall., saying “I figured it out thanks to Google!”Note Added
Teri D
Teri D added a note to page Page 1 in the work Letter from Clara Barton to May Wright Sewall., saying “I received an error message after transcribing this page and could not save it as originally transcribed. I had tried to show the underlined text, and superscript for October 1st, with HTML tags. I ultimately removed all the tags to eliminate the error so”Note Added
Scott Mathews
Scott Mathews added a note to page 3 in the work Frances E. Willard to May Wright Sewall, saying “"Miss Anthony"--presumably Susan B. Anthony, prominent suffragette, who Mrs. Sewall worked with.. ”Note Added
Scott Mathews
Scott Mathews added a note to page 1 in the work Frances E. Willard to May Wright Sewall, saying “Francis Willard (1839-1898) helped found the Women's Christian Temperance Union (WTCU), which advocated making drinking alcohol illegal, and served as its International President. She helped Mrs. Sewall found the National Council of Women and served as it”Note Added
Scott Mathews
Scott Mathews added a note to page 94 in the work Visitors Register Vol. I, saying “Edmund Devereux Sewall. President of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. 1855-1923 ”Note Added
Scott Mathews
Scott Mathews added a note to page 92 in the work Visitors Register Vol. I, saying “Elizabeth Bacon Custer (1842-1933) was an American author and public speaker, and the wife of Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer, United States Army. She was long the primary defender of her husband's military legacy. https://en.wikipedia.org/wi”Note Added
Scott Mathews
Scott Mathews added a note to page 4 in the work Kathe Schirmacher to May Wright Sewall, saying “I verified the name "Mrs. Charles Hernalin" on digital sources but found little information other than that she was from Chicago and she was involved in the movement.”Note Added
Scott Mathews
Scott Mathews added a note to page 1 in the work Kathe Schirmacher to May Wright Sewall, saying “According to ancestry.com, "Prupia" is actually "Prussia." In the German language, "ss" is often written as what appears to be a long-tailed "p". Also according to ancestry.com, "Hoppel" may be a German family name. I don't know what "Daury/Dairy" means.”Note Added
Scott Mathews
Scott Mathews added a note to page 3 in the work Visitors Register Vol. II, saying “Illegible writing in upper right corner”Note Added
Scott Mathews
Scott Mathews added a note to page 28 in the work Visitors Register Vol. I, saying “Found last name "Arnesy" in Ancestry.com with a different first name, so assuming "Arnesy" is an actual surname.”Note Added
Scott Mathews
Scott Mathews added a note to page 30 in the work Visitors Register Vol. I, saying “Found last name "Arnesy" in Ancestry.com, different first name, assuming that Arnesy is an actual name.”Note Added
Scott Mathews
Scott Mathews added a note to page 10 in the work Visitors Register Vol. I, saying “The "New Orleans Cotton Exposition" was actually held in 1884, but the letter is dated 1886. It makes reference to arriving in this house after the New Orleans Cotton Exposition, so unclear on date.”Note Added
SiobhanLeachman
SiobhanLeachman added a note to page 4 in the work James Lane Allen to May Wright Sewall 5, saying “[sat y?] possibly abbreviation of satisfactory?”Note Added
SiobhanLeachman
SiobhanLeachman added a note to page 2 in the work Clara Barton to May Wright Sewall, saying “Believe "Saint Anthony" refers to Susan B. Anthony.”Note Added
Indianapolis Public Library
Indianapolis Public Library added a note to page 3 in the work Booth Tarkington to May Wright Sewall August 31, 1918, saying “There should be a "save changes" button at the top right, but there is not. This glitch appears to happen only to documents that have been started but not finished. If you start a document that has not been transcribed at all, you should see the save butt”Note Added
Indianapolis Public Library
Indianapolis Public Library added a note to page in the work Albert Apponyi to May Wright Sewall, saying “Hi Siobhan, This zooming problem appeared for the first time about a week ago, but only on some documents. I'm contacting FromThePage support immediately about it. Thank you for all your work on our collections!”Note Added
SiobhanLeachman
SiobhanLeachman added a note to page 3 in the work Booth Tarkington to May Wright Sewall August 31, 1918, saying “I've pressed auto link but there are no appropriate indexing that needs to be done on this page. I'm unsure how to progress the page to completion.”Note Added
SiobhanLeachman
SiobhanLeachman added a note to page in the work Albert Apponyi to May Wright Sewall, saying “Is there any reason I can't zoom in on the image? It would make transcribing this letter much easier if I could get a closer look at the script.”Note Added
SiobhanLeachman
SiobhanLeachman added a note to page 1 in the work Agnes Booth Schoeffel to May Wright Sewall April 12, 1893, saying “The unknown word looks like "engagement" to me. I'm not sure about the "into" but have left as is.”Note Added
Josetta
Josetta added a note to page 1 in the work Letter from --- to May Wright Sewall, saying “Done”Note Added
Josetta
Josetta added a note to page 1 in the work Agnes Booth Schoeffel to May Wright Sewall April 12, 1893, saying “I think I give up on this one. I'm missing the one word and nothing I can come up with makes any sense.”Note Added