CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 8 Item: 11

180888
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, April 8, 1872, Ida Wood, Mt. Pleasant, to Ellen Call Long, 2 pp., declining her request ''for assistance in raising funds for the Centennial. . . Chattahoochee is a most unattractive place with very few white residents -- entirely unsuited for such a party as you suggest. I feel assured tha...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 8 Item: 12

180889
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, November 8, 1873, Horace J. Smith, Philadelphia, to Ellen Call Long, Tallahassee, 2 pp., regarding suggestions for Centennial commemorative memorabilia: ''We have a common interest to wit the promotion of harmony amongst the people of our grand country . . . I also suggested . . . the getti...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 8 Item: 13

180890
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, November 15, 1873, E. D. Gillespie, Office of the Women's Centennial Executive Committee, Philadelphia, to Ellen Call Long, Tallahassee, 4 pp., regarding Centennial celebration plans and noting ''how much good your appeal to the women of Florida has done. . . Perhaps it would be as well for ...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 8 Item: 14

180891
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, December 1873, A. C. Thorp, to Ellen Call Long, 8 pp., criticizing the leadership of Mrs. Gillespie: ''. . . a just and truthful discrimination should be made between the woman's movement and its leader. . . Mrs. G. . . has done much to discourage true, noble conservative women in their eff...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 1

180892
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, March 1, 1874, Alice C. Ewing, Philadelphia, to Ellen Call Long, 1 p., informing her that at a meeting of the Board of Managers of the National Museum she was elected Corresponding Secretary for the State of Florida.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 2

180893
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, November 9, 1874, E. F. Hovey, Philadelphia, to Ellen Call Long, 2 pp., suggesting that Tea Party Committees sell his photographs of the ''Art Gallery, International Exhibition 1876'' to raise funds.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 3

180894
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, November 19, 1874, A. Martin, Chattahoochee, to Ellen Call Long, 2 pp., regarding his donation of wine for Centennial fund raising.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 4

180895
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, November 23, 1874, J. F. Bernard, to Ellen Call Long, 3 pp., assuring her of his support for her Centennial efforts and passing along a suggestion from ''One of our Jewish citizens [who] said that he was very sorry you had not appointed any of his nation to represent the Women's Board of the...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 5

180896
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, December 1, 1874, Joseph B. Browne, Key West, to Ellen Call Long, Tallahassee, 6 pp., reporting that he is ''unable to offer you much encouragement from this section for your centennial scheme. . . In regard to the probability of being able to organize a centennial committee here I have grea...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 6

180897
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, December 3, 1874, E. D. Gillespie, Philadelphia, to Ellen Call Long, Tallahassee, 3 pp., urging her to write an appeal to the women of Florida and the South for support for the Centennial: ''. . . this celebration will not be National if one star refuses to shine. . .''

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 7

180898
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, December 3, 1874, E. D. Gillespie, Philadelphia, to Ellen Call Long, Tallahassee, 3 pp., requesting Florida's state monthly report, encouraging ''the ladies in Florida'' to sell stock and medals for Centennial fund raising, inquiring as to how much space ''Women's Work of Florida'' would re...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 8

180899
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, December 10, 1874, N. C. Yulee, Fernandina, to Ellen Call Long, 3 pp., sending her regrets that she cannot accept Mrs. Long's offer to head a Centennial Committee in Fernandina.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 9

180900
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, December 12, 1874, M. E. P. Bouligny, Washington, to Ellen Call Long, 3 pp., congratulating her on her Centennial organizing work in Florida and noting her plans to be at the Florida table at an upcoming Centennial tea party in Washington.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 10

180901
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, December 20, 1874, M. L. Girardeau, Monticello, to Ellen Call Long, 2 pp., regarding her inquiry as to the organization of a Centennial association in Jefferson County: ''I placed your wishes and views on the subject before some of our public-spirited ladies, but no inclination whatever to ...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 11

180902
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, January 11, 1875, M. E. P. Bouligny, Washington, to Ellen Call Long, Tallahassee, 4 pp., regarding Mrs. Long's need for items bearing the national Centennial emblem and personal matters.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 12

180903
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, January 27, 1875, Minnie White, Quincy, Florida, to Ellen Call Long, 3 pp., responding to her inquiry about Centennial fund-raising activities in Quincy: ''Affairs are unpropitious for the entertainment you proposed for 'Mardi Gras'. . . A milder form of worldliness, such as a concert, migh...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 13

180904
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, February 10, 1875, S. E. Rogers, St. James Hotel, to Ellen Call Long, 3 pp., declining her invitation to take part in Centennial activities.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 14

180905
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Correspondence, 1874-1875

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 15

180906
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, March 13 [1875], Alexander Fullerton, to Mr. Littell, 2 pp., recalling a visit with Ellen Call Long and her daughter in Tallahassee and extolling their virtues, and expressing hope that Mr. Littell has recovered his health.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 16

180907
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, April 14, 1875, Rebecca White, Quincy, Florida, to Ellen Call Long, 2 pp., indicating that the Methodist and Presbyterian churches are too busy too schedule a Centennial event.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 17

180908
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, April 19, 1875, Robert Gamble, to Ellen Call Long, Tallahassee, 1 p., accepting her request to assist with her ''spelling bees'' despite what he describes as his lack of ''prowess as a speller'' and other inadequacies.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 9 Item: 18

180909
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, April 21, 1875, W[illiam] W[ilson] Corcoran, Washington, to Ellen Call Long, Tallahassee, 2 pp.: ''The wines forwarded by you for exhibition at the Centennial Tea Party are still here. . . the regulations required that the beverages indulged in should be confined to 'the cups that cheer but...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 10 Item: 1

180910
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, April 29, 1875, Mary I. B. Chew (?), Philadelphia, to Ellen Call Long, 2 pp., asking her, as Florida's Corresponding Secretary to the Board of Managers of the National Museum of Independence Hall, to write an annual report to the Board of Managers.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 10 Item: 2

180911
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, June 4, 1875, Mrs. E. F. Noyes, Cincinnati, to Ellen Call Long, 4 pp., regarding her attempts to settle the accounts of the local women's Centennial committee and their inability to order any more items from Florida at present: ''A few choice articles in fish-scale work sold readily, and th...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 10 Item: 3

180912
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, June 9, 1875, T. W. Osborn, Jacksonville, to Ellen Call Long, 1 p., complimenting her article ''The Murals in Florida'' in the June issue of Galaxy: ''There is no country in America so full to overflowing of the incident of person, fact, lore, history or tragedy as this state and they one a...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 12 Item: 7

180913
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, April 10, 1879, T. Gardiner Littell, Wilmington, to Ellen Call Long, 4 pp., thanking her for ''another offering of palms'' and passing along family news.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 12 Item: 13

180914
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Draft Letter, April 21, 1882, Ellen Call Long, Washington, to A. Hopkins, 1 p., responding to his letter of April 18. (For final version, see below, Box 1, File Folder 12, Item 14)

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 12 Item: 16

180915
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, June 21, 1882, M. C. Bloxham, to ''My Dear Friend,'' 1 p., offering condolences on the death of Colonel Brevard.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 10 Item: 4

180916
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, June 11, 1875, E. D. Gillespie, Philadelphia, to Ellen Call Long, 1 p. form letter, transmitting ''communications from Hon. A. T. Goshorn, Director-General of the International Exhibition, and Mr. Thomas Cochran, the Chairman of the Building Committee, Centennial Board of Finance,'' regardin...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 10 Item: 5

180917
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, June 12, 1875, E. D. Gillespie, Philadelphia, to Ellen Call Long, 3 pp., regarding the need to raise $30,000 to build a separate Centennial exhibition building for the Women's Department because of overcrowding in the Main Exhibition Building.

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