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Personal correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Adele and Richard Carmichael Collection

 Collection — Box 1
Collection number: MS-150-9
Abstract This collection originated from the estate of noted musician and artist Carol Celeste Carmichael Parks (1949-2010), granddaughter of Adele and Richard and daughter of Ralph and Evangeline “Vange” Otto Carmichael [later McPherson]. Although the bulk of this collection revolves around Richard Carmichael and to a lesser extent Adele, there are a few additional items related to Ralph Carmichael, Vangie McPherson and Rolf McPherson.
Dates: 1923 - 1956

Beatrice Maud Hill Collection

 Collection
Collection number: MS-150-11
Scope and Contents The collection contains nine journals, eight of which was used by Beatrice to record psychic impressions. In particular, readings regarding her son serving in World War II. Two separate items from British lecturer and psychic Horace F. Leaf (1885-1971) are include with Leaf encouraging Beatrice to develop her psychic abilities.
Dates: 1940s-1955

Chas S. Clifton Vertical File

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-150-13
Scope and Contents The collection contains resources Chas S. Clifton used in writing his various articles, book chapters and in particular the seminal work on contempoary Pagan history Her Hidden Children. Many items are addressed to the Clifton's publishing house Artemisia Press or Iron Mountain, his journal.  The file also includes other miscellaneous New Age items. The original order and file labels have been retained. Contents in each folder are listed in the order found in...
Dates: 1836-2010

Letter to unknown man, 1880

 Digital Work
Collection number: ms150-10-f01-001

Loy and Louis Stone Collection

 Collection — Box 1
Collection number: MS-150-16

Sir Edwin Arnold Collection

 Collection — Box 1
Collection number: MS-150-10
Scope and Contents A collection primarily of correspondence. The exotic descriptions of India in the poetic works of Arnold, influenced by first-hand accounts, must have been alluring to aristocrats. Many of the British noblemen and relatives we eager for Arnold to attend dinners, lunches and other functions particularly to discuss The Light of Asia. Not all correspondences in the collection are dated but those that bare dates are from 1880-1898. A draft of one of his poem...
Dates: Created: 1880-1898