Asa P. Morse and Company records
Scope and Contents
Also, letters include those from Morse's sister-in-law, who wrote of her finances and the debt on her husband's estate. Letters from her daughters (May, Francine, and Elise Morse) discuss family news and life at their school, as well as their bills and purchases.
Morse also corresponded with women when he was a politician in Boston in 1878 and 1879, including letters from Miss Nellie W. L., a librarian at the State House Library, and Eudora C. Atkinson, superintendent of the Reformatory Prison for Women in South Framingham.
- Morse, Asa Porter (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Extent2.5 linear feet (5 boxes)
Biographical / Historical
Immediate Source of Acquisition
- Asa P. Morse and Company. Asa P. Morse and Company Records, 1849-1881
- Baker Library Special Collections Staff
- January 2018
- Description rules
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