A small handwritten note addressed to Olive Ruby on red paper with black ink. The contents of the note are unclear. The note is approximately 7 cm tall and 10 cm wide.
|Letter, from Sister Miriam to Olive |
This typewritten letter to Olive from "Sister Miriam" measures approximately 16 cm wide by 20 cm high and reads: "Dear Olive, Paul said that I could write on the typewrite this eveing , so I thought I would write to you, I like to write on it very well it is a lot of fun don't you think so. I received your sugar that you sent me and half of it was gone, one box was filled and the other was all out. And Ithank you ever so much. I have not very much to say but I thought you wouldlike to hear from me. Walter came home today and to_day is tuesday night. Day after tomorrow is hollewn night and papa gave Howard a jacklantern and Howard has cut his out and it looks pretty good, he gave me a pumpkin but I haue not cut mine out yet, This is the first time I have ever writtean on this so if you find any mistakes dont blame me. I am getting along all right and hope you are getting along all right too. It is getting so late know that i will have to leavethis letter and write a longer letter some othert time. Howard wants to write on the type-writer now sothere will be another excuse for stopping. Good-night, Love to all, Sister Miriam."
|Letter to Olive Ruby from Edith Salisbury, 1915 |
This is a handwritten note, on white paper, from Edith Salisbury to Olive Ruby. The note is folded in half and addressed to "Miss Olive Ruby 1915." The letter is an invitation to tea from Edith Salisbury to Olive Ruby. The folded note is approximately 12 cm wide and 8 cm tall.
|Note to Miss Ruby from E. Whitney |
A handwritten note, in black ink, addressed to Miss Ruby and signed E. Whitney. The note is folded in half and bears the inscription "Miss Olive Ruby" on the outside. When folded, the note is approximately 7 cm wide and 6 cm tall.