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Letters of Charles Rawlings and Rawlings Family Members
Rawlings, Anne (Mrs. C. A., Charles's mother). [October 1918] Sunday eve. [Rochester]. ALS to Charles Rawlings. The town is "closed up tight" because of influenza. 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Anne (Mrs. C. A., Charles's mother). [October 1918. Rochester]. ALS to Charles Rawlings. Expects quarantine to be lifted soon. 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Anne (Mrs. C. A., Charles's mother). [October? 1918. Rochester]. ALS to Charles Rawlings. 1 sheet, 2 sides
Rawlings, Anne (Mrs. C. A., Charles's mother). [17 Oct 1918. Rochester. ALS to CAR. 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Anne (Mrs. C. A., Charles's mother). 22 October 1918 [Rochester]. ALS to CAR. 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Anne (Mrs. C. A., Charles's mother). [14? November 1918] Thursday. ALS to CAR. 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Anne (Mrs. C. A., Charles's mother). 11 Sept. 1918. Rochester. ALS "Mother Rawlings" to MKR. 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Anne (Mrs. C. A., Charles's mother). ALS to MKR. 1933 Nov 7, Rochester, NY. 3p. MKR's divorce.
[Rawlings?] Billie [cousin to Charles Rawlings]. [April 1919] Monday. ALS to "Chuck.". Has learned that Charles and Marjorie are to be married May 1st. Extends congratulations. 2 sheets, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Charles A. TL to James Rawlings. 6 p. 1928 April 18 [Rochester]. Prospects of him and Marjorie moving to Florida. Advises James to stay there. Oliver accession.
Rawlings, Charles. 15 April 1919. 110 Morningside Drive, New York. ALS to Ida Kinnan [Marjorie's mother]. Wishes to marry Marjorie the first week of May. 2 sheet. 3 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 5 August 1918. Chicago. To "Dear, dear heart.". Is very lonely without her. 2 sheets, 2 sides and envelope.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 6? August 1918. Claverhouse(?), NY. To "Dear heart.". Describes trip home. 1 sheet, 2 sides, with envelope postmarked Rochester, 8 August 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 9 August 1918. [Fort Slocum, near New Rochelle NY]. Has been accepted, "a buck private with a twisty leg.". 1 sheet, 2 sides with envelope postmarked New Rochelle, NY, 10 August 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 12 August 1918. Ft. Slocum. Describes his trip to the military base and reception there. He has now been rejected for medical reason. 4 sheet, 8 sides, envelope postmarked 13 Aug. 1918, forwarded to Fenton, MI.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 14 August1918. Ft. Slocum "(still).". Discharge has not come through yet. Longs to leave. 1 sheet, 2 sides, with envelope postmarked 14 Aug. 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 16 August 1918. [Rochester]. To "Dear, funny, little heart," Fenton, MI. Has just gotten home and received her letters in which she apparently questioned their romance. He is angry. 2 sheets, 3 sides, with envelope postmarked 17 Aug. 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 16 August 1918. Claverhouse(?), NY. To "Dearest, dearest heart," Fenton, MI. He has reread her letters and realizes that the fault is his. 5 sheet, 5 sides, special delivery envelope, postmarked Rochester, 17 Aug. 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [18 August? 1918] "Sunday eve." [Rochester]. Describes the night on the lake and events of the day and his family. 4 sides, 4 sheets, with envelope postmarked Rochester, 19 Aug. 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [19 August?] 1918, Monday night. [Rochester]. To "Dear old chap," Fenton, MI. Has seen doctors on the Exemption Board. Says a train wreck is delaying east bound mail. 4 sheets, 4 sides, envelope postmarked Rochester, 20 Aug. 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 20 August 1918. [Rochester]. Did not get a letter today, so he has had to read old ones. Tomorrow he is to be reexamined and will know his status. Compares Rochester to an English town. 10 sheets, 10 sides, envelope, postmarked 21 Aug 1928.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 23 August 1918. [Rochester]. To "Dear skinny sweetheart.". Has been approved for Selective Service induction. He believes he will get a very good assignment. He will have to leave on the 30th, so if she can come to Rochester earlier, they will have time together. 6 sheet, 6 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 30 August 1918, "daybreak." [On train to Camp Upton?]. To "Dear Girl.". Describes conditions on train. It sounds as if he is in charge of men from his induction center. Met an old friend on the train. 2 sheets, 2 sides, with envelope postmarked Easton, PA, 31 Aug. 1918, addressed care of C. A. Rawlings, Rochester.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 30 August 1918, "close to eight o'clock [PM?] [On train Camp Upton?] To "Dear dear heart.". Did not get a chance to talk to commanding officer upon reporting, but has decided he wants to get into airplane construction. He misses her terribly, but not in a weak way. Likens himself to Ulysses leaving Penelope to go to Troy. 2 sheet, sides. Envelope, addressed care of C. A. Rawlings, Rochester postmarked Brooklyn, Upton Branch, 1 Sept. 1918. Return address 4th co., 152nd Depot Brigade, Section 5A.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 1 September 1918. Camp Upton. ALS to "Dearest girl.". Says he is improving at being a man. Although morale around him is low, his spirits are high. 2 sheet, 2 sides, with envelope, addressed care of C. A. Rawlings, Rochester, postmarked 2 Sept 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 2 Sept 1918. [Camp Upton]. Is uncertain about what his assignment will be in the Army. 2 sheets, 4 sides, with envelope postmarked 4 September 1918, addressed care of C. A. Rawlings, Rochester.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 3 September, finished on Sat, the 7th, 1918. Wishes he could have been with her at the horse show. Describes the Musitania [Mauretania? Lusitania?] going out to sea. Says he has typhoid fever [i.e. has been inoculated with typhoid bacillus]. [5th] Will be able to see her about every other weekend. Selected to train as a non-com. [Sat., the 7th] Her letter from the 5th and one from New York have arrived. Tells her not to fight New York. Discusses her mother. Describes position as drill sergeant, training recruits. 3 sheets, 6 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 7 Sept. 1918. Camp Upton. Western union telegram, addressed to Carolyn Court, 414 W 121st St., New York. "Don't let that big town make you unhappy. I will be able to see you as soon as next week. Perhaps will be here all winter with every other weekend in New York. Things really are ideal for both of us. Be as happy as you can for my sake. Be wary of everything."
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 9 Sept. 1918 [Camp Upton]. To "sweetheart.". His squad is being cut. Will let her know tomorrow if he makes it. Uncertain when he will see her. Says he will not have any money until next month and apparently wants to have a new uniform. 1 sheet, 1 side, envelope postmarked 9 Sept. 1918, addressed to Carolyn Court.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 10 Sept 1918. Will bet that within eight years he will be making enough to pay income tax. That will show her mother. 2 sheets/4 sides, with envelope 11 Sept 1918, addressed to Carolyn Court.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 12 Sept 1918. Imagines he is in New York and what they would be doing. Calls her "Pippa.". 1 sheet, 3 sides, with envelope postmarked 13 September 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 13 Sept 1918. ALS to Skinny. Explains proofreading, type sizes founts, etc. 2 sheet/4 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 16 Sept.1918. ALS to "Dearest Girl in the World," addressed to 106 Morningside Drive. Is to be a lady tight wire walker in a company show. Becoming acclimated to Army life. Describes drilling of "rookies." She is "120 pounds of fighting wildcat.". 4 sheets/4, with envelope postmarked 16 Sept 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. September 17, 1918. ALS to "Dearest dearest girl.". Has not received mail. Wonders if it is being held up by the influenza quarantine. Will be able to see her in about 10 days. Says he has two possible paths, a commission if the war lasts, or three months at Upton as a noncommissioned officer. 3 sheets/5 sides, envelope addressed to 106 Morningside, postmarked, 17 Sept. 1918, 3 PM.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. September 17, 1918. ALS to "Sweetheart.". Can't understand where his letters have gone. Since Sunday, the 15th, he has been sending them to her new address. If he didn't know the consequences, he would go AWOL to see her. The camp is under quarantine. Cannot get a pass now, but will be in a week from Saturday [Sept. 28]. 1 sheet, 2 sides, with envelope, addressed to 106 Morningside, postmarked 17 Sept., 8 PM, Special delivery.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 18 September 1918. AL to "Marge dearest.". Is on duty as "corporal of the guard.". 2 sheets/2 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 19 September 1918. AL to "Dearest girl.". Is sure she will get job. He is jealous of the editor with whom she will be working. Asks her to send iodine for his blisters. Hopes to see her soon. 2 sheets, 2 sides, with envelope addressed to 106 Morningside, postmarked 19 Sept. 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 20 September 1918. Describes his buddy George Haas from Buffalo. There has been another case of influenza, so the quarantine will start over. If he can't get out in about ten days, he will go AWOL. 5 sheets/5 sides, with envelope addressed to106 Morningside, postmarked, 21 Sept. 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 21 September 1918 [finished on the 22nd, Saturday/Sunday]. To dearest heart. May be expecting to be assigned to officer training school. Will be glad when she gets the Bookman job. Describes aspects of camp, especially guard duty. Says he now is physically healthy, has poise, and no longer lazy. 6 sheet/6 sides, addressed to 106 Morningside, postmarked 23 Sept. 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 23 September 1918. Mentions her letter of the 20th. Apparently she did not get the Bookman job. Comments on her correspondence with his father. Quarantine is still on. May not be able to leave camp on the weekend. 4 sheet/4 sides, addressed to 106 Morningside, postmarked 24 Sept. 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 24 - 26 September 1918. ALS to "Sweet camelion [sic]". [24th] Talks about visiting on the weekend, even if it means going AWOL. [26th] Describes a new lieutenant whom he considers inferior. 4 sheets/4 pages, with envelope addressed to 100 Morningside Drive, postmarked 26 Sept. 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 26 September 1918. Has been feeling sick and miserable, apparently over separation from her. He. has overcome this and if he is unable to get away this weekend, he will stick his fingers up his nose and wiggle them at fate. He will spend weekend thinking of her. 4 sheets/4 sides. May contain part of another letter.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 27 September 1918. ALS to "Marge dearest,". Apologizes for sending her a delirious letter last night. He was feeling very miserable, but is euphoric today. Forming a bridge club. The quarantine continues, but will see her in two weeks for two or three days. 3 sheet, 3 sides, with envelope postmarked 28 Sept. 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 28 September 1918. ALS to "Dearest girl.". Describes loneliness for her. Gives an account of George Haas and his girlfriend. Last night he was awakened by singing of a line of men bound for France. Says epidemic could have been avoided. 4 sheet/6 pages with envelope postmarked 29 Sept. 1918, Special delivery.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 29 September 1918. ALS to "Oh! dear.". Says he is afraid for her and that she shouldn't take chances. [This may be a response to an incident in which her purse was snatched]. Says his dad is awfully fond of her and she could go to Rochester. His father has insisted that Charles call her Marjorie and not Marge. 3 sheets/5 sides, with envelope postmarked 30 Sept. 1918.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 3 October 1918. To "Dearest, dearest old skinny. Longing to be with her. 3 sheets, 4 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 4 October 1918. To "Dear old chap.". Has been told he might get a nice "berth" as a platoon leader in a development battalion after the quarantine is lifted. She should "go to it" in reference to something she suggested in her recent letter. Is sending her money. 4 sheets, 4 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [5?] October 1918. "Sweet mistress of green shutters and red brick." May refer to comments in MKR letter. [1 October? 1918]. Describes camp life and influenza. Indicates that he will phone her tomorrow. Comments on the quality of the men being sent to France. 6 sheets, 6 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [6?] October 1918. "My sweet Christian cherub.". Facetiously accuses her of hypocrisy and of being sacrilegious [in reference to taking job with YWCA?] but says he will go to hell with her. Refers to apparent phone conversation Sunday night. Describes "party" in a grill room on base. 4 sheet, 4 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 7 October 1918 [Monday]. To "You dear.". Received package of "manna" from her.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 9 October 1918. She should not worry about his contracting influenza, as he will have nothing to do with "her." Says he is getting stronger. Asks if she is serious about France. Might have operation on his leg, so he could receive commission and go to the front. Curses the accident that hurt his leg, but then says he might not have met her except for it. 5 sheets, 6 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 11 October 1918. Refers to a wonderful opportunity she has, but wonders if she can be impersonal enough not to be affected by what she will hear. "Its your life Skinny. All I can do is love you from the side lines." [Probably a response to her consideration of a job with a psychoanalyst. Will call her Sunday [14th]. 3 sheet, 4 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [13 October? 1918] Sunday. "Sweetheart.". Apparently they have just talked on the phone and resolved some conflict. He is stronger now. 6 sheets, 6 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [19?] October 19118(!) [1918]. To "Dearest, dearest, heart.". Sorry for whatever he has done. He broke her heart on Friday because being away from her has made him mad. Tells of man who went AWOL and was caught. 4 sheets, 5 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [20 October? 1918] Sunday evening. "Dearest girl.". Says that he is happy because of his companions and of his work. Describes meeting with men from Chicago. Asks if she's "happy and just as sure," [which she repeats in her letter of October 22nd apparently confirming the date of this letter]. 2 sheets, 2 sides, written on back of Development Battalion forms.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [ca. 21?] October 1918. To "Dear, dear heart.". Refers to a "new game" [new assignment?] and men he is working with. Describes washing clothes and how hard army life is compared with civilian. 4 sheets, 4 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [21?] October [1918]. Refers to her theory about mind and body. Describes training "dizzies." Says he has paid off Madison debts. This is possibly the letter which so annoyed Marjorie later in the week. 2 sheets, 4 pages. Knights of Columbus stationary. The letter may be incomplete.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [22 Oct.? 1918] Tuesday evening. To "Dearest.". "I'm just back from a chess session with old friend Haas" who is worried about his commission. 3 sheets, 5 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 22 Aug [October?] 1918. To "dearest heart.". Army experience has convinced him that it is best to be carefree. Describes "tramps and crazy trips" they can take when he is discharged. Was offered a job in the headquarters detachment by the sergeant major because they both appreciate Joseph Conrad. He turned it down because he did not want an inside job. Describes teaching "dizzies." Will be in on the next payday. 3 sheet, 5 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 23 Oct. 1918 [Wednesday night]. To Sweetheart. Says she is wrong. There is a God. Has sent her all the money he had. Upset that she asked about it. Has a uniform which will do, if she is not ashamed to be seen with him. Expects quarantine to lift, but will not be in for two weeks. Expects to have a luxurious time when he does come. Understands why soldiers go bats when they get to Paris, even though his experience is as "tear in the ocean" compared with theirs. Aks her to look into wages in newspaper work in which he is interested. 3 sides/3 sheets.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [24 Oct. 1918] 6th Development Battalion. "Dearest Sweetheart.". "Address your letters to 6th Dev. Battalion." Says that he has accepted the "inside thing" the Sergeant Major offered him. He will be in charge of the Order Book. Refers to candy Marjorie has sent him. 4 sheets, 4 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [26 September? 1918] Saturday midnight. With Sunday morning postscript. AL (Fragment? lacks signature page. She has almost killed him. Although he loves her more than anything, it is best that she not write again. In postscript says he cannot disregard her letter, but he has to see her once more. Will call her next Saturday. 5 sheets/6 pages.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [27 October? 1918] Sunday night 4 p. ALS "My dearest heart. Love letter of apology, following disagreement. Will come to see her this coming weekend, no matter what. 4 sheets/4 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [28 October 1918?] Monday afternoon. Further apologies and explanations for letter.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [ca. 30 Oct.? 1918] [Wednesday?]. Tells how much he had wanted to get away. 5 sheet, 5 sides, with postscript.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [23 October?] Wednesday night. Apologizes again. Says something about her being sick. Sends money. Send him cigarettes and spend the rest. He has been transferred and has new address: "Company X, 6th Development Battalion."
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [1 Nov.? 1918] Friday night. [Charles is believed to have been in New York on October 31st-Nov. 1st. This letter may have been written after he returned to camp.]. To "Ole dearest.". "Just a note. How wonderful the memory of you is to me." Will see her again in two weekends. 2 sheets, 2sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [2 Nov? 1918] "Twelve hours since I saw you." [Dating is based on his visit of Oct 31st-Nov. 1st]. "Dearest.". Reflects on the time they have just spent together and on his happiness in their relationship. 6 sheets, 6 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [4 November? 1918]. "Dearest" and "Dearest heart.". Miscellaneous camp news. Says war is almost over. Complains about army. Mentions a man named McKay and an Italian chap that he will tell her about. 2 letters, one a short note, written in the morning and a letter written "Monday eve," 5 sheets/5 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [5 November? 1918] Tuesday evening. "Dearest.". Describes a strange feeling. Says that Marjorie's hatred of her job is all wrong. There follows a rather rambling and unflattering critique of Marjorie and of himself. He says he has met the poet Gus Davidson. This appears to be a two part letter. The first ends without a closing and the second, which begins "Your two letter day," has no greeting. In the second part he says he has had another typhoid injection which accounts for the craziness of his last letter. [His service record shows that his typhoid inoculations were completed on Nov. 5th]. 9 side, 11 sheets.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [mid-November? 1918]. "Dearest-my-ole skinny; sweetheart, sweetheart.". Will see her in two weeks, Relates experience of a YWCA person delivering a package. 5 sheet/5 sides
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [ca. 15 November? 1918] Friday eve. Written on Hostess House, YWCA stationary. "Old man, wonderful dearest you.". How much he loves her and how he has improved. He's not mediocre anymore. 2 sheets/3 sides, matching envelope, postmarked Nov. 18.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [ca. 17 Nov.? 1918]. "Dearest girl.". Has been trying to get into OTS and now there are reports that officers training schools will be discontinued. Replies to her comment about going overseas for the Red Cross [cf. MKR 19, Nov. 15?] Will probably see her this weekend.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [20 November? 1918] Wednesday night]. "Dearest love.". Has been taking examinations, probably for OTS, but now there are rumors about camps being closed.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 21 November 1918 [Thursday]. "Dearest Heart.". Misses her and trying to fathom the ways of the Army. About her health. Says she was sick when he last saw her. 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 22 November 1918. "Dearest.". Assures her that she can write. The battalion is preparing to break up. There is no way he can be there for Thanksgiving. Describes a black Tennessee battalion and one from California devastated by flu, which are anxious to get home. 3 sheets/ 4 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [24 November? 1918] Sunday afternoon. He is warm and looking forward to going home. Tension is gone, and he teases her about the interest he is receiving from a "slim Y.M.C.A. secretary." Replies to her query about whether she should take a "Y" assignment in Russia. Gives reasons why it is not a good idea, but that if she really feels it is right to "go ahead and take it.". 6 sheets/6 sides
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 25 November 1918. "Dearest.". Describes demobilization work. Has found out the YMCA secretary is from Milwaukee and that they know many of the same people. 3 sheets/6 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [27 November 1918] Thanksgiving eve. "Dearest heart.". So lonesome without her that he cannot write and is going outside to bawl along side a tree. 1 sheet/ 1 side.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [November 1918]. "Dearest.". Primarily describes demobilization work; turning in equipment, etc. 1 sheet/2 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [November?] 1918. Note, saying he hasn't heard from her. He feels she is unhappy. He has been unable to sleep. 1 sheet, 1 side.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [30 November? 1918] Saturday. "Dearest heart.". Has just read Galsworthy's Dark Flower. Describes group of Afro-American singers he heard at the camp. There is a rumor that his battalion will be demobilized Dec. 2, so he expects to be out within a week after that. 2 sides, 4 sheets
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [6 December?] Friday night [214 Kenwood Ave., Rochester]. "Dearest, my love, my love.". [Charles was discharged from the Army on Dec. 4 and after a visit in New York with Marjorie returned to Rochester] He says his parents were glad to see him, but there is friction because they wish him to stay in Rochester. 1 sheet, 2 sides
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [10 December? 1918] Tuesday night. "Dearest.". Describes argument that he had with his parents when gave them ultimatum that he was leaving for New York by the 20th. 2 sheets, 4 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 11 December 1918; Rochester, NY. Describes interview for position in advertising. Contemplates being in New York with Marjorie. 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [13 December 1918] Friday evening. "Dear love.". Responds to Marjorie's criticism of his treatment of his parents. [Cf. MKR, 11 December?] Agrees with her and says he will "be cad no more."
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [15 December 1918] Sunday morning. "Dearest.". He is very lonely without her. An old friend, Dick Gregory, has dropped by. They will probably visit the Hatches and others. He stood on corner for two hours looking for a girl that looked like Marjorie. 2 sheet/2 sides
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [17 Dec.1918?] Tuesday morning. "Dearest.". The world is bright and beauteous because she is coming. He is reading Rossetti. 1 sheet/2 sides. Envelope postmarked 17 Dec. 1918, 12 PM.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [17 December 1918] Thursday, 7:30; Seneca Hotel, Rochester. He is with Dick Gregory, apparently getting ready for a night out. Contemplates seeing her in a week. 2 sheets/2 sides, with matching envelope, postmarked 17 Dec. 1918, 10PM.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [18 December 1918] Wednesday. "Dearest.". Tells her not to buy Christmas presents for him and his family Criticizes women and service and ask if she wants a party. [Cf. MKR 19 December for Marjorie's sharp reply.]
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [19 December? 1918] Thursday. "Dearest.". Short note of love and contrition. 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [20 December 1918] Friday evening. "My beloved.". "Four more days 'till your coming." Discusses home affairs, especially his parent's behavior. 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [22 December? 1918] Sunday evening. "Dearest heart.". He says it is hard to believe that it is "only minutes from the time.. you will be here." He can feel her, but can't see her in his mind for some reason.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [December 30? 1918] Sunday night. "Dearest, dearest heart in all the world.". He has been at a lake with the Mathews family. Defends himself from Marjorie's remarks about him and "just girls.". 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 19 January 1922. Hotel Gibson, Cincinnati. "Dearest.". Writes about an old salesman he met who has convinced him that he should be making $15,000 within three years. 2 sheets, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 21 January 1922 [Saturday. Louisville]. "Dearest.". Tells about visiting their two friends, Lois and Ed Hardy. The letter appears to be unfinished. A postscript to the letter above, written Saturday night, says that he has been at a wild road house. What Marjorie means "to [him] made [him] laugh [compared with] what these sensuous women had to offer.". 5 sheets, 5 side.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [22 January 1922] Sunday 8 AM [Louisville]. "Dear heart.". Says he is enclosing a "disgusting exhibit" of drunken handwriting. Describes the road house party further. In conclusion to letter, written at 10:30 PM, he describes golf match with Ed Hardy. 4 sides, 4 sheets.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 20 November 1922 [Youngstown, Ohio?]. "Dear Old Lady.". Comments on his selling trip, including travelling with a Jew, who convinced him that the English and Jews will save the world. 5 sheets/5sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 23 November 1922 [Cincinnati?]. "Dearest, dearest woman.". Admits that he has mistrusted her with regards to [Harry] Grey, but say he will never do so again, but still does not want her to work with him. 9 sheets, 9 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 24 November 1922. [Cincinnati?] To "Dearest.". Discusses shoe business and fashions. Describes an internal debate over whether to send her flowers for Thanksgiving. Says that his love for her has nothing to do with sex, which, along with jealousy, is one of two vultures. Says he leaving tomorrow for Louisville. 6 sheets/ 7sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [28 November 1922?] Tuesday night, en route to Lexington. "Dearest Marjorie.". Says he will spend Thanksgiving with the Hardys. He had little success today. 6 sheets/6 sides. May be a fragment.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [ca. 29 November 1922? Louisville]. He feels that she is very unhappy and wonders how he can help. Asks her to give everyone his "thoughts for Thanksgiving.". 2 sheets/2 sides. First page missing.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [3 December 1922?]Monday eve, enroute to Hamilton [Ohio]. Apparently written shortly after Thanksgiving. Describes shoe selling activities. Tomorrow he will tell her a very sad story from Louisville. 4 sheet/7 sides, may be fragmentary.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [4 December 1922?] Monday p.m. [Dayton]. Tell shoe selling anecdotes. Says that his saddest moment in Louisville was when he rode past their old apartment and saw that another couple was living there. 4 sheets, 4 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. March 1923 [Canton, OH] "Dearest, dearest, woman." Has squandered the day, sleeping all morning and going to see Robin Hood tonight. Now it is after 12, and he is is facing big day, so letter is short. 1 sheet, 1 side.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 7 April 1923 [Lima, OH?] "Dearest, dearest.". Describes fantasy of being with her and kissing. Had no luck with sales today. Critcizes Hurst newspapers, for which Marjorie works. 4 sheets, 4 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. 8 May 1923 [Parkersburg, WV?] "Dearest Three Year Old.". Describes a banjo playing roustabout who was on the train from Athens. 3 sheets/4sides
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. "Wednesday night after Priscilla Dean in Under 2 Flags." [Lima, OH]. Perhaps under the influence of the 1922 move, based on the novel by Ouida, he describes his harem fantasy. 3 sheets, 3 sides
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [1922 or 23. Wheeling, WV]. Says that out of a "world of women that can be mine I want only you.". 1 sheet, 1 side, fragmentary
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [1922 or 23] Sunday evening [Dayton, OH]. Admits he is guilty to whatever she has charged him with. Gives a long account about organized begging that he heard from a beggar on the train from Hamilton. 9 sheets, 9 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [1922 or 1923] Wednesday evening [Zanesville, OH]. "Dearest thing in all the world.". The money spent on their telephone call was worth a million times more. Discusses a big deal he has planned for tomorrow. 4 sheets, 4 sides.
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [1922 or 1923] Wednesday evening [Dayton]. Has had some success everywhere but Sandusky. Looking forward to Dayton. 2 sheets/2 sides
Rawlings, Charles. To MKR. [1922 or 1923] Wednesday [ Lima]. "You sleek cat.". Her story of her dream made his mouth water. Discusses work. 3 sheets/ 3 sides.
Rawlings, Charles A. TL to MKR, "Dear Baby.". [ca. 1930? n.p.]. Plans for a boat excursion. Oliver accession.
[Rawlings, Charles A.]. ALS "C" to [MKR] 2 p. [1933 May 26. Tarpon Springs, FL.]. Says she should have come to Tarpon Springs. Discusses his accommodations and problems with help. He is getting to be normal again. Asks her to come next week. Oliver accession.
[Rawlings, Charles A.]. ANS "C" to [MKR]. [1934 July 20. Toronto]. Apparently having a fine week of yachting. Thought of her. Oliver accession.
[Rawlings, Charles A.]. ALS "C" to [MKR]. [1934] Lunenburg, N.S., Canada. Says she should insist on being able to file a joint return for 1933. Says his development has been "arrested" for years and he is to blame for their failure. Oliver accession.
Rawlings, Charles A., Sr. 13 October 1918, Rochester. ALS "Dad" to CAR. Complains about his not writing. 2 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Charles A., Sr. 24 October 1918 Rochester. ALS to CAR. 2 sheets, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Charles A., Sr. 27 October 1918 Rochester. ALS to CAR. They have read that the quarantine has been lifted from Camp Upton. Speculates about the future. Counsels Charles about his brooding attitude. 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Charles A., Sr. 3 November 1918. Rochester. ALS to CAR. Hopes that he has been in New York. Complains that Charles has not acknowledged the money that he and Wray sent. 1 sheet, 2 pages.
Rawlings, Charles A., Sr. 7 November 1918. Rochester. ALS to CAR. Says he had a letter from Marjorie, telling of their visit last Thursday and Friday (Oct. 31-Nov. 1st)
Rawlings, Charles A., Sr. 17 November 1918. Rochester. ALS to CAR. Speculates about what Charles might do when he is released from the Army. 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Charles A., Sr. 7 Sept. 1918 [Rochester]. ALS "To a Wonder Girl" [MKR]. 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, Charles A., Sr. 11 Sept. 1918 [Rochester]. ALS "Daddy" to "Dear Daughter [MKR]. Includes also a note to Marjorie and letter of introduction to B. Olney Stough, American Exporter, 11 Sept. 1918. 3 sheets, 5 sides.
Rawlings, Charles A., Sr. ALS to "Charles and Marjorie" [Rawlings]. Rochester, October 3, 1920. 4 p. Family and business news; "Mother" will stop in Cincinnati on way to visiting them in Louisville. Acquired: Phil May, Jr. 2002
Rawlings, James. 12 September 1918. TLS "Jimmy," to "Chas." Rawlings. Will register for draft today. Has met Mrs. Kinnan [MKR, or her mother]. 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Rawlings, James. 1 Oct. 1918. Buffalo,. ALS to "Dear Brother" [CAR]. Is now a student at the University of Buffalo and in the Naval Reserves. 3 sheets, 5 sides. With envelope postmarked 17 Oct.
[Rawlings] Wray (Charles's brother). 29 October 1918. Rochester. ALS to Chuck [Charles Rawlings]. Is sending twenty-five dollars, or so, as a loan. 1 sheet, 1 side.
Rawlings, Wray. TLS to Charles Rawlings. 1928 Jul 9, Island Grove, FL. 2p. Details of Cross Creek purchase.
Rawlings, Wray. Telegram to Charles Rawlings. 1928 Jul 13, Ocala, FL. Contract and terms for Cross Creek.
Rawlings, Wray. ALS to MKR. 1950 Feb 25, Newport News, VA. 3p. Grounding of the Missouri. Delay of testing.

Unidentified Letters
[Unidentified] George. ALS to NB. 6 p. 1944 May 12 [n.p.]. The writer may be Norton's brother. Oliver accession.
[Unidentified]. Postcard to NB. 1944 June 9. Gloucester, MA. Oliver accession.
Tiny?. ALS to NB. 2 p. 1944 July 28. APO. Oliver accession.
[Unknown]. Envelope addressed to MKR. 1946 May 13. Ocala. Hotel Marion stationery. May accession.
[Unidentified]. ALS to Bernice Gilkyson. 1949 Feb 27, New York City. 6p. Everglades Tour. Painting. Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings.
[Unidentified]. ALS to Bernice Gilkyson. 1949 Apr 12, Haslenere, England. 10p. Progress of life in England. Inquiry about Bernice and Walter's writing.
[Unidentified]. ALS to Bernice and Walter Gilkyson. [n.y.] Mar 3, Troy, NY. 1 1/2p. Family news; Thanks for gift of oranges.
Josephine. ALS to Bee McNeil. 1940 Sep, Madison(?), Wisc. 6p. Joy to see MKR. Had lunch with her at her hotel room. Comments on the festivities honoring her; how she was dressed and how the lecture went.
Deeply Concern. TL (copy) to A. E. Moffett, with a. note by Anne E. Moffett. "For Dr. Canby.". 1953 Apr 17, St. Augustine. 1p. Concern for Negro race.
Harold.. 3 Sept 1918. 16th Infantry, France. ANS to Charles Rawlings. Congratulating him upon his engagement to Marjorie. The writer claims to have arranged their first meeting.
Paul. TLS to MKR. [1933 Feb. 28] Rochester. Enclosing review of South Moon Under. Oliver accession
[Unidentified] Bertie. ALS to MKR. 1933 Oct 27, London, England. 4p. Activities in London; review of South Moon Under.
[Unidentified] Lennie?. TLS to MKR. 1944 July 14. India. Oliver accession.
[Unidentified] Nevin. ALS to MKR. 1952 Oct 13, Oxford, Eng. 1p. Discusses possibilities for date with MKR for tea.
[Unidentified]. TLS to MKR. 1942 Apr 30, Lynchburg, VA. 1 1/2p. Praise of Cross Creek.
Odell. 22 June 1919, Long Beach, CA. ALS to Mildred Starr. Refers to a "lately married Theta and Chi Psi" [Marjorie and Charles]. 1 sheet, 2 sides, with envelope.
AL (fragment) to "Dear Mother.". 1889 July 25. Washington. Concerns Arthur Kinnan (Marjorie' father) and his wife Ida. Probably written by one of his sisters. Oliver accession.
Polly. ALS to Aunt B. [1944?] Honolulu. Oliver accession.
[Unidentified]. ALS (xerox) to Mother. [n.d., n.p.] 3p. Visit to Mrs. Rawlings. Detailed description of his visit to Cross Creek.

Letters Regarding Cason vs. Baskin

Includes letters by and to Rawlings as well as third party letters relating to the Cross Creek Trial, Cason v. Baskin.

Abrams. 1946 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
Abstein, Mrs. C. R. ANS to MKR. 1946 May, Island Grove. 1p.
Baxter, Paul L. TLS to MKR. 1944 Nov 24, Jax. 1p. (Enclosure.)
Billingslea, Jennie. ALS to MKR. 1944 Jul, Uniontown, AL. 2p.
Brice, Vincent R. TLS to Philip S. May. 1946 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
Bruce, Frank W. TL to Philip S. May. 1947 Mar, Tuscaloosa, AL. 2p
Camp, Robert. TL to Philip May. 1947 Jul, Gainesville, FL. 1p.
Canby, Henry S. ALS to MKR. 1947 Jun, Clinton, CT. 2p.
Carmichael, Parks M. TL to P.S. May. 1946 Aug, Gainesville, FL. 1p.
Carmichael, Parks M. May, Philip S. TL to Parks M. Carmichael. 1946 Mar 29, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
Carmichael, Parks M. May, Philip S. TL to Parks M. Carmichael. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1 leaf/2p.
Chipkin, Hyman. TL to P.S. May. 1947 Feb, NYC. 1p.
Darrow, Whitney. TLS to MKR. 1946 Feb 26, NYC. 2p.
Darrow, Whitney. Telegram to MKR. 1946 May, NYC
Darrow, Whitney. TLS to P.S. May. 1946 Jun, NYC. 2p.
Darrow, Whitney. TLS to MKR. 1947 May, NYC. 2p.
Darrow, Whitney. TL to P.S. May. 1948 Aug, NYC. 1 1/2p.
DeVilbiss, Lydia Allen. TLS to MKR. 1946 May, Miami, FL. 1p.
Garcia, Mrs. E.A. TLS to MKR. 1944 Sep, Detroit, Michigan. 1p.
Greene, Frank R. TN to J.C. Crosby. 1943 Jun, Ocala, FL. 1p.
Hawkins, Nina. ALS to MKR. 1946 May, St. Augustine, FL. 4p.
Howell, Charles Cook. TL to P.S. May. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
Jennings, Clayton F. TLS to MKR. 1946 Apr, Lansing, Mich. 1p.
Leon, Robert. TLS to P.S. May. 1946 Mar 4, NYC. 3p.
McCollum, Caroline (Mrs. J.W.). ALS to MKR. 1946 May, Gainesville, FL. 2 1/2p.
McCord, Guyte P. Telegram to P.S. May. 1947 May, Tallahassee, FL.
Marsh, Margaret Mitchell. TLS to P.S. May. 1947 Mar, Atlanta, GA. 3p. Attached is an excerpt from a letter of the late Sidney Howard.
Marsh, Margaret Mitchell. TL to P.S. May. 1947 May, Atlanta, GA. 1p.
Martin, Swan. ALS to MKR. 1946 Jun, Daytona Beach, FL. 4p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1943 Jan, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/2p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1943 Feb, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/2p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1943 May, Jacksonville, FL. 2p.
May, Philip S. TLS to John A. H. Murphree. 1943 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/2p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1943 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/4p.
May, Philip S. TL to Hon. J.A.H. Murphree. 1943 Aug, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1943 Aug, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Charles Scribner. 1943 Aug, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1943 Sep, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/4p.
May, Philip S. TL to Lyon and Lyon, Esqs. 1943 Dec, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1945 Dec, Jacksonville, FL. 2p.
May, Philip S. TLS to Charles Scribner. 1945 Dec, Jacksonville, FL. 5p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Jan, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/2p.
May, Philip S. ALS to MKR. 1946 Mar 2, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Mar 5, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to Whitney Darrow. 1946 Mar 7, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Mar 7, Jacksonville, FL. 2p.
May, Philip S. TLS to Mr. J.R. Peters. 1946 Mar 9, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Robert Cross. 1946 Mar 11, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Mrs. J. D. Turner. 1946 Mar 11, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Edward N. Perkins. 1946 Mar 19, Jacksonville, FL. 2p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Mar 19, Jacksonville, FL. 3p.
May, Philip S. TL to Whitney Darrow. 1946 Mar 20, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to S.L. Scruggs, Esq. 1946 Mar 20, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/2p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Mar 22, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Mar 27, Jacksonville, FL. 3p.
May, Philip S. TL to Parks M. Carmichael. 1946 Mar 29, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to James R. Peters. 1946 Mar 29, E. Lansing, Michigan. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Shields, Ballard, Jennings and Taber, Esqs. 1946 Mar 29, Jacksonville, FL. 2 1/2p.
May, Philip S. TL to Hon. John A.H. Murphree. 1946 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Edward N. Perkins. 1946 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/2p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/4p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Shields, Ballard, Jennings and Taber, Esqs. 1946 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/2p.
May, Philip S. TL to Stephen Trumbull. 1946 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/4p.
May, Philip S. TL to Mrs. J. D. Turner. 1946 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Kate Walton. 1946 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1/4p.
May, Philip S. TL to Parks M. Carmichael. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/2p.
May, Philip S. TL to John Clardy. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Mr. Carey Dyess. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Mrs. Frank Harrold. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Edward N. Perkins. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/4p.
May, Philip S. TL to James R. Peters. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Mr. James R. Peters. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/2p.
May, Philip S. ALS to MKR. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p. (Attached are letters concerning A.J. Hanna's testimony and Darrow's lack of cooperation and his cooperation.)
May, Philip S. TL to Mrs. Thelma Shortridge. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Mr. Snow Slater. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Mr. Smiley. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p. (AN to MKR on bottom of letter)
May, Philip S. TL to Mrs. J.D. Turner. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Miss Margaret Withers. 1946 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Ida Abrams. 1946 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Whitney Darrow. 1946 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 2p.
May, Philip S. TL to Whitney Darrow. 1946 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 1p. (Letter attached from Whitney Darrow to Philip May, concerning sales of Cross Creek and publicity)
May, Philip S. TL to Leonard B. Fiddia. 1946 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to MKR. 1946 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 2p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 2p.
May, Philip S. TL to Hon. John T. G. Crawford. 1946 Jul, Jacksonville, FL. 2p.
May, Philip S. TL to Mr. George E. Evans. 1946 Jul, Jacksonville, FL. 1p. Attached is a list of taxing costs.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Jul, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. ALS to MKR. 1946 Jul, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Jul, Jacksonville, FL. 2 1/2p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Jul, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/2p. Attached is a memorandum of expenses advanced by Crawford and May.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Jul, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Sigsbee L. Scruggs. 1946 Jul, Jacksonville, FL. 2p.
May, Philip S. TL to Sigsbee L. Scruggs. 1946 Jul, Jacksonville, FL. 1p. Attached is a letter to May from Scruggs concerning costs.
May, Philip S. TL to Mrs. Irma Lee Spengler. 1946 Jul, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1946 Aug, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Whitney Darrow. 1947 Jan, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Hon. Guyte P. McCord. 1947 Jan, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1947 Jan, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Hyman Chipkin. 1947 Feb, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/2p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1947 Feb, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Frank W. Bruce. 1947 Mar, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Dr. Clifford Lyons. 1947 Mar, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1947 Mar, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/4p.
May, Philip S. Telegram to MKR (2 copies). 1947 Mar, Jacksonville, FL.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1947 Mar, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Margaret Marsh. 1947 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/4p.
May, Philip S. TL to Hon. Guythe P. McCord. 1947 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 6p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1947 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Scribner Book Store. 1947 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Dean Harry R. Trusler. 1947 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Frank W. Bruce, Esq. 1947 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Whitney Darrow. 1947 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Dr. Clifford, P. Lyons. 1947 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Dr. Clifford P. Lyons. 1947 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Margaret Mitchell Marsh. 1947 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Margaret Mitchell Marsh. 1947 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1947 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1947 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1947 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Thompson, Mitchell, Thompson and Young, Esqs. 1947 May, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Whitney Darrow. 1947 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1947 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1947 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Thompson, Mitchell, Thompson and Young, Esqs. 1947 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Hon. Owen Young. 1947 Jun, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Hon. Elwyn Thomas. 1947 Aug, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1947 Oct, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1947 Oct, Jacksonville, FL. 2p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1947 Oct, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1947 Dec, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Frank W. Bruce. 1948 Jan, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1948 Jan, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1948 Jan, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. ALS to MKR. 1948 Jan, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. ALS to MKR. 1948 Jan, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1948 Jan, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/4p.
May, Philip S. TL to Kate Walton. 1948 Jan, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Walton and Walton, Esqs. 1948 Jan, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1948 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1948 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1948 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Stephen Trumbull. 1948 Apr, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1948 Jul, Jacksonville, FL. 2 1/2p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1948 Jul, Jacksonville, FL. 2p.
May, Philip S. TL to Kate Walton. 1948 Jul, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Whitney Darrow. 1948 Aug, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Whitney Darrow. 1948 Aug, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Whitney Darrow. 1948 Aug, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Hon. George E. Evans. 1948 Aug, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1948 Aug, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1948 Aug, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/4p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1948 Aug, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/4p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1948 Aug, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TL to Mary Elizabeth Edes. 1948 Sept, Jacksonville, FL. 3 1/2p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1948 Sep, Jacksonville, FL. 2 1/4p.
May, Philip S. TLS to Norton Baskin. 1948 Oct, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1948 Dec, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1948 Dec, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/2p.
May, Philip S. TL to Hon. John A. H. Murphree. 1949 Feb, Jacksonville, FL. 1 1/4p.
May, Philip S. TLS to MKR. 1949 Feb, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
May, Philip S. ALS to MKR. Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
Murphree, John A. H. TL to Crawford and May. 1943 Sep, Gainesville. 1p.
Nelles, W.A. TLS to MKR. 1946 Mar 14, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
Perkins, E. N. TL to P.S. May. 1946 Mar 15, N.Y.C. 1p.
Perkins, Edward N. TL to Philip S. May. 1946 Mar 25, N.Y.C. 1p.
Perkins, Edward N. TLS to MKR. 1946 Apr, N.Y.C. 1p.
Perkins, Maxwell Evarts. Telegram to MKR. 1946 May, N.Y.C.
Peters, James R. TLS to Philip May. 1946 Mar, E. Lansing, Michigan. 1p.
Peters, James R. TLS to MKR. 1946 Mar 27, E. Lansing, Michigan. 2 1/4p.
Pratt, Theodore. TLS to MKR. 1946 May, Boca Raton, FL. 1p.
Rawlings, Marjorie Kinnan. TL to Time Magazine. 1946 Jun, Hawthorne, FL. 2p.
Rawlings, Marjorie Kinnan. TL to Sigsbee L. Scruggs. 1946 Jul, Hawthorne. 1p.
Ruiz, Geraldine, R. ALS to MKR. 1946 May, Ocala, FL. 2p.
Scruggs, Sigsbee L. TL to Philip May. 1946 Jul, Gainesville, FL. 2p.
Scruggs, Sigsbee L. TL to P.S. May. 1947 Apr, Gainesville, FL. 1 1/2p.
Thacker, Stella. ALS to MKR. 1946 May, Kissimmee, FL. 2p.
Turner, Mrs. J.D. TLS to Philip S. May. 1946 Mar 9, Deerfield Beach, FL. 1p.
Walton, Kate. TL to Hon. John A.H. Murphree. 1943 Aug, Jacksonville, FL. 1p.
Walton, Kate. TL to Hon. Elywn Thomas. 1947 Aug, Palatka, FL. 1 1/2p.
Walton, Kate. TL to P.S. May. 1948 Jan, Palatka, FL. 1p.
Walton, Kate. TL to P.S. May. 1948 Jul, Palatka, FL. 1p.
Walton, Kate. TL to Philip S. May. 1948 Jul, Palatka, FL. 1p.
Walton, Kate. TL to P.S. May. 1948 Aug, Palatka, FL. 1p.
Walton and Walton. TL to Guyte P. McCord. 1948 Jan, Palatka, FL. 1p

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