Letter, February 18, 1893, Susan G. Cooke, Board of Lady Managers, World's Columbian Commission, Chicago, to Ellen Call Long, 1 p., regarding the shipment to Chicago of Mrs. Long's donation of a silk flag.
Letter, April 15, 1849, H. Douglas, Jacksonville, to Ellen Call Long, 2 pp., regarding comings and goings of mutual acquaintances and ''the Judge'' (apparently her husband), her hopes that Mrs. Long's husband will recover from his illness, and a package she is sending to Mrs. Long's son Richard.
Letter, September 26, 1901, Thomas Palmer, Tampa, to Ellen Call Long, Tallahassee, 1 p., regarding a proposal to install ''two artificial stone tablets of great historic worth'' belonging to Mrs. Long ''in the two new wings of the Capitol, now about to be constructed.''
May 1864: Letter to Frederick T. Myers from Ellen Call Long concerning estate. Regarding Ellen's son, Richard Call Long, argues that Ellen is unable to control her own estate. Institutes an action against Ellen. Her Letter attempts to vindicate herself. Her son came home after the War. She wanted hi...
Florida Memory is funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Florida’s LSTA program is administered by the Department of State's Division of Library and Information Services.