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024_Keyes Letter to Ellsworth

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Title

024_Keyes Letter to Ellsworth

Description

This is a letter from Keyes to Ellsworth after the death of W.H. Norton.

Creator

Keyes, Charles R.

Date

10/23/1948

Rights

Education use only, no other permissions given. U.S. and international copyright laws may protect this item. Commercial use of distribution of this digital item is not permitted without written permission of Cornell College Archives

Language

English

Type

Document

Digital Reproduction Information

Items scanned using Xerox Work Centre 5735 at 600 pp

Repository

Cornell College Archives, Mt. Vernon, Iowa

Repository Collection

Charles Reuben Keyes

Contact information.

College Archivist, Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa. Phone: 319-895-4240, archives@cornellcollege.edu

File Name

101_keyes-letter-Keyes.jpg

Digital item created

2012-04

Digital item modified

9/11/2012

Transcription

Rec'd 10/27/48 Ack. - in Xmas card 12/23/48 (Air) THE STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA IOWA CITY IOWA IOWA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR Charles R. Keyes Mt. Vernon Iowa October 23, 1948 Dear Ellsworth: Since writing the card, I have bethought myself of a couple of papers that may be a partial temporary substitute for the one written by Frywell. The one is a brief memorial of Dr. Norton which I wrote for the Iowa Academy of Sciences, Professor Miner writing the obliged bibliography; the other in - College Bulletin you may have received when printed. It contains memorial by Judge Peisen and a Founders and Builders Day address by Professor Norton. You will enjoy both if you haven't seen them. Frywell sent Mrs. Norton a hundred or more reprints of his paper. The remainder of which, some eight copies, she sent me for delivery to any inquiring alumni at last Commencement time. All eight were disposed of. Mrs. Norton is still living at 95 with a niece in Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Toof. Her address is Mrs. W.H. Norton, 337 Eighteenth Street S.E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She is feeble, but I am sure she would enjoy a note from you. Sincerely yours, Charles R. Keyes Mrs. Keyes and I send regards to any Dodds we knew. C.R.K.