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Letters sent to Mildred Bliss in appreciation for attending a Dumbarton Oaks concert.
Letters and notes of appreciation for flowers sent by Mildred Bliss.
Requests sent to Dumbarton Oaks or Mildred or Robert Woods Bliss.
Correspondence to and from individuals with a last name beginning with "E".
Correspondence discussing the Dumbarton Oaks garden fellowships sent to Mildred Bliss or Mildred and Robert Woods Bliss.
Correspondence or published article or newsclippings related to gardens for the blind sent to Mildred Bliss. She had considered a garden for the blind or a scented garden in the Dumbarton Oaks Garden, but it was never realized.
Correspondence sent by or received by Mildred Bliss discussing the Grolier Club.
Correspondence sent to Mildred Bliss from persons associated with the Harvard University Library and copies of pages published in The John Harvard Libary, 1959 providing an explanation of the establishment and relationship of the John Harvard Libary to the Belknap Press.
Letter from unknown correspondent, Hotel Wellington, Seventh Avenue, New York to Chere Madame (Mildred Bliss), February 10, 1938 Digital
Handwritten letter in French by an unknown correspondent to Mildred Bliss.
Letter from Elizabeth M. Cornell, Aid Association for the Blind of the District of Columbia, 3050 R Street Northwest to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss, May 6, 1939 Digital
Signed handwritten letter from Elizabeth M. Cornell to Robert and Mildred Bliss thanking them on behalf of the blind people who attended a concert at Dumbarton Oaks. She hopes she may have the privilege of sharing the Henry and Annie Hart Home for the Blind at 3050 R. Street Northwest with them some day.
Signed handwritten letter from Florence to Mildred Bliss thanking her for an evening of exquisit pleasure, it was "an interlude of beauty and forgetfulness of black realities". The monogram at the top of the first page of the letter is F K S, Florence S. K[last name].
Signed handwritten letter from Diane Levin? to Mildred Bliss thanking her for a concert in the Dumbarton Oaks music room.
Singed handwritten letter to Mildred Bliss thanking her for a lovely music concert. Letter may have been written by Harriet Winslow.
Exchange of letters between Pauline B. Woodruff, 2133 Wisconsin Avenue, Washington, D.C. and Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss and her secretary, July 20-21, 1937 Digital
Signed handwritten letter from Pauline B. Woodruff to Mildred Bliss thanking her for plants for the children's playground at Montrose Park, Washington, D.C. and for the generous gift to the little Garden Club. She also extends thanks from the Superintendent of the Playground Department of Montrose Park.
Correspondence sent to Mildred Bliss by persons or by Mildred Bliss to persons whose last name begins with "D".
Exchange of letters between Isabel Denison, 1703 32nd Street, Washington, 7, D.C. and Bernice Brown Cronkhite, Radcliffe College, Cambridge 38, Massachusetts, November 5-December 8, 1953 Digital
Exchange of letters between C. Isabel Denison to Dean Bernice Brown Cronkhite, Radcliffe College about a plan for the garden for the blind for Dumbarton Oaks sent by Denison on behalf of Mildred Bliss, and a pamphlet showing the proposed Quadrangle sent by Cronkhite to Mildred Bliss.
Note from Frances Q. Ervin, 1900 Que Street N.W., Washington 9, D.C. to Mildred Bliss with newspaper clipping of a N.Y. Times Book Review, "Handbook for the Blind", June 15, 1952 Digital
Note by Frances Quincy Nichols Ervin to Mildred Bliss and sending to her a book review. Newspaper clipping of a New York Times Book Review published June 15, 1952 in the New York Times. Book reviewed titled, "A Handbook for the Blind by Juliet Bindt. Book review written by Baynard Kendrick.
Letter from Lady Judy Rowan, 17 Cheque Court, London, S.W. 3 to Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss and enclosing responses from her inquiry on the gardens for the blind, August 20-September 12, 1951 Digital
Letter from Mrs. Melvin E. Sawin, Shadblow Farm, Wakefield, Rhode Island to Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss, 1537 28th Street, Georgetown, Washington, D.C., May 12, 1953 Digital
Handwritten notecard from Josephine Poe January to Mildred Bliss tells her what a real pleasure she gave Josephine with the two afternoon music concerts at Dumbarton Oaks this past week. She describes her experience to Mildred Bliss.
Letter from Dorothy Kingsford to Madam (Mrs. Joseph R. Lyddane, Francis Scott Key Parent Teacher Association. President), February 19, 1937 Digital
Copy of typescript letter from Dorothy Kingsford to Mrs. Joseph R. Lyddane (Alton Lyddane) discusses Mildred Bliss making a donation of 100 Forsythia plants for the garden of the Francis Scott Key School. Correspondent and recipient based on addressed letters about the request, E6:Lyddane 1937.02.14 and E6:Lyddane 1937.02.23.
Letter from Mrs. Joseph R. Lyddane, 5533 Sherrier Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. to Dorothy Kingsford, February 23, 1937 Digital
Handwritten letter from Mrs. Joseph R. Lyddane (Alton Lyddane) to Robert and Mildred Bliss thanks them for the donation of 100 Forsythia plants for the Francis Scott Key school.
Letter from Richard H. Bassett, 47 Centre Street, Milton 86, Massachusetts to Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss, 1537 28th Street, Georgetown, Washington, D.C., December 13, 1950 Digital
Typescript letter with handwritten signature from Richard H. Bassett to Mildred Bliss thanks her for a contribution to the Contingency Fund to benefit Barbara until she can resume her financial responsibilities.
Letter from Mildred Bliss to Richard H. Bassett, 47 Center Street, Milton 86, Massachusetts, December 9, 1950 Digital
Copy of typescript letter from Mildred Bliss to Richard H. Bassett tells him after consultation with John Thacher, she and Robert Bliss would like to make a monthly contribution to the "Contingency Fund" for Barbara.