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HELEN KING BOYER COLLECTION
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Box: 3 Fold: 47 Miller, William
11/12/1896 - 8/29/1831

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1896-1931 of William Miller, brother of Z. T. Miller. Correspondents include Z. T. Miller and Louise (Miller) Boyer. Some of William Miller's correspondence was sent from Oil City, Pennsylvania. Includes 2 undated photographs of William Miller.

Box: 3 Fold: 48 Sheldon, Pauline and Albert
7/30/1873 - 12/30/1909

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1873-1909 from Pauline and Albert Sheldon to Z. T. Miller and family.

Box: 4 Fold: 1 Z. T. Miller's European Trip
5/16/1910 - 11/16/1910

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript itinerary (Xerox copy) of Z. T. Miller's 1910 trip to Europe with his daughter Louise Miller.

Box: 4 Fold: 2 Z. T. Miller's Letters from Europe
8/24/1910 - 4/15/1911

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1910-1911 of Z. T. Miller, regarding his trip to Europe. Other correspondents include Josephine Miller and Martin B. Leisser.

Box: 4 Fold: 3 Z. T. Miller's European Diary, p. 1-50
1910

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript dated 1910: Z. T. Miller's European diary, p. 1-50.

Box: 4 Fold: 4 Z. T. Miller's European Diary, p. 51-150
1910

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript dated 1910: Z. T. Miller's European diary, p. 51-150.

Box: 4 Fold: 5 Z. T. Miller's European Diary, p. 151-229
1910

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript dated 1910: Z. T. Miller's European diary, p. 151-229.

Box: 4 Fold: 6 Z. T. Miller's European Diary, p. 230-329
1910

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript dated 1910: Z. T. Miller's European diary, p. 230-329.

Box: 4 Fold: 7 Z. T. Miller's European Diary, p. 330-400
1910

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript dated 1910: Z. T. Miller's European diary, p. 330-400.

Box: 4 Fold: 8 Z. T. Miller's European Diary, p. 401-500
1910

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript dated 1910: Z. T. Miller's European diary, p. 401-500.

Box: 4 Fold: 9 Z. T. Miller's European Diary, p. 501-627
1910

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript dated 1910: Z. T. Miller's European diary, p. 501-627.

Box: 4 Fold: 10 Z. T. Miller: Medical Mss.
1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Medical Manuscript by Z. T. Miller, titled "Without - Inward." Undated. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 11 Z. T. Miller: Medical Mss.
1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Medical Manuscript by Z. T. Miller, titled "Symptoms from Within Outward." Undated. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 12 Z. T. Miller: Medical Mss.
1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Medical Manuscript by Z. T. Miller, titled "Symptoms Back to Front." Undated. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 13 Z. T. Miller: Medical Mss.
1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Medical Manuscript by Z. T. Miller, titled "Symptoms from before - backward." Undated. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 14 Z. T. Miller: Medical Mss.
1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Medical manuscript by Z. T. Miller, titled "Symptoms Above doward [sic]." Undated. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 15 Z. T. Miller: Medical Mss.
1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Medical Manuscript by Z. T. Miller, titled "Symptoms Right to left." Undated. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 16 Z. T. Miller: Medical Mss.
1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Medical Manuscript by Z. T. Miller, titled "Symptoms - Left to Right." Undated. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 17 Z. T. Miller: Medical Mss.
1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Medical Manuscript by Z. T. miller, titled "Symptoms of Right Side." Undated. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 18 Z. T. Miller: Medical Mss.
1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Medical Manuscript by Z. T. Miller, titled "Left Side." Undated. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 19 Z. T. Miller: Medical Mss.
1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Medical Manuscript by Z. T. Miller, titled "Serobiculum to right arm." Undated. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 20 Z. T. Miller: Medical Mss.
1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Medical Manuscript by Z. T. Miller, titled "Symptoms - Below, upward." Undated. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 21 Z. T. Miller: Medical Notebook
1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Medical Manuscript Notebook of Z. T. Miller's, titled "Practice, October to January, J. B. Drake, Prof." Undated. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 22 "The Model"
undated

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscript by Z. T. Miller, titled "The Model."

Box: 4 Fold: 23 Z. T. Miller: Poetry
11/7/1910 - 10/16/1913

DESCRIPTION: 1 bound volume containing typed manuscript poems, presumably written and collected by Z. T. Miller. Dated 1910-1913.

Box: 4 Fold: 24 Z. T. Miller: Poetry
1913

DESCRIPTION: Bound notebook containing autograph manuscript poems, presumably written by Z. T. Miller. Dated 1913.

Box: 4 Fold: 25 Z. T. Miller: Poem
8/24/1910

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Manuscript Poem, presumably by Z. T. Miller, written on oversized thin paper. Envelope postmarked 8/24/1910 retained.

Box: 4 Fold: 26 Z. T. Miller: Poetry
c. 1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript Poems by Z. T. Miller. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 27 Z. T. Miller: Poetry
c. 1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript Poems by Z. T. Miller. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 28 Z. T. Miller: Poetry
c. 1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript Poems by Z. T. Miller. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 29 Z. T. Miller: Poetry
c. 1900?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript Poems by Z. T. Miller. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 30 Z. T. Miller: Poetry
c. 1900?

DESCRIPTION: Bound notebook of autograph manuscript poems by Z. T. Miller. Circa 1900?

Box: 4 Fold: 31 Z. T. Miller: Poetry
1913

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Manuscript poem titled "Autumn" by Z. T. Miller, dated 1913. 1 Typed Manuscript Signed poem titled "A Serenade" by Miller, undated. 1 Typed Manuscript Signed by Z. T. Miller, regarding the mayoral race in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Box: 4 Fold: 32 Z. T. Miller: Speeches
1/8/1906

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Manuscript by Z. T. Miller, addressed to Superintendent of Schools of the State of Pennsylvania, regarding vaccination, dated 1/8/1906. Also, 1 Typed Manuscript version of the same document bearing the same date.

Box: 4 Fold: 33 Z. T. Miller: Speech
8/3/1906

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscript speech by Z. T. Miller, addressed to the Governor of Pennsylvania, regarding vaccination, dated 8/3/1906.

Box: 4 Fold: 34 Z. T. Miller: Speech
10/18/1906

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Manuscript Signed by Z. T. Miller, regarding the history of telegraphy, with references to John Voorhees and Clement L. Vallandigham, dated Pittsburgh 10/18/1906.

Box: 4 Fold: 35 Z. T. Miller: Speeches
1906 - 1911

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript Notes of Miller, Z. T. Found among Miller's papers identified as speech files. Dated 1906-1911.

Box: 4 Fold: 36 Z. T. Miller: Speech
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscript speech by Z. T. Miller. First line: "I see some preachers who I think are ashamed of themselves." Undated. Circa 1900-1910.

Box: 4 Fold: 37 Z. T. Miller: Speech
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscript speech by Z. T. Miller. First line: "If in the beginning of this paper I recommend A [sic] mild anaesthetic . . . ." Undated. Circa 1900-1910.

Box: 4 Fold: 38 Z. T. Miller: Speech
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscript speech by Z. T. Miller. First Line: "It is a dreadful thing to be a pessimist." Undated. Circa 1900-1910.

Box: 4 Fold: 39 Z. T. Miller: Speech
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscript speech by Z. T. Miller. First line: "It is understood that the presentation of this paper hinges upon a Statement [sic] that polygamy undermines morality." Undated. Circa 1900-1910.

Box: 4 Fold: 40 Z. T. Miller: Speech
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript speech by Z. T. Miller. First line begins, "Just now the so called [sic] 'social evil' is being so extensively advertised . . ." Undated. Circa 1900-1910.

Box: 4 Fold: 41 Z. T. Miller: Speech
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscript speech by Z. T. Miller. First line: "On, [sic] last sunday [sic] a little talk led me to use the expression 'physical crime.'" Undated. Circa 1900-1910?

Box: 4 Fold: 42 Z. T. Miller: Speech
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript speech by Z. T. Miller. First line begins, "On this Wednesday night preceding the era of great good will . . . ." Undated. Circa 1900-1910.

Box: 4 Fold: 43 Z. T. Miller: Speech
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript speech by Z. T. Miller. Fragment; begins on page 2. First line begins, "that can be swiped silly . . . ." Undated. Circa 1900-1910.

Box: 4 Fold: 44 Z. T. Miller: Manuscript
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Notebook containing Autograph Manuscripts by Z. T. Miller. First line of first page begins, "that Homer is sensible I am compelled to admit." Undated. Circa 1900-1910.

Box: 4 Fold: 45 Z. T. Miller: Manuscript
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscript regarding Z. T. Miller. In relation to the Homeopathic School of Medicine of Pennsylvania. Provides detailed biographical information of Miller. Undated. Circa 1900-1910.

Box: 4 Fold: 46 Z. T. Miller: Speech
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript speech by Z. T. Miller. First line begins, "The only excuse for a large family . . . ." Undated. Circa 1900-1910.

Box: 4 Fold: 47 Z. T. Miller: Speech
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript speech by Z. T. Miller. First line: "To want the impossible is ridiculous." Undated. Circa 1900-1910.

Box: 4 Fold: 48 Z. T. Miller: Speech
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscript speech by Z. T. Miller. First line: "What I have said regarding the complications of tuberculosis seems to me to have a foundation in fact." Undated. Circa 1900-1910.

Box: 4 Fold: 49 Z. T. Miller: Speech
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscript speech by Z. T. Miller, titled "Where am I at?" Undated. Circa 1900-1910.

Box: 4 Fold: 50 Z. T. Miller: Manuscript
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscript Signed by Z. T. Miller. First line begins, "Your EDITORIAL in the March JOURNAL . . . ." Regarding vaccination. Undated. Circa 1900-1910.

Box: 4 Fold: 51 Obituary: A. Sheldon
3/2/1909

DESCRIPTION: 1 published newspaper obituary of A. Sheldon, dated 3/2/1909.

Box: 4 Fold: 52 Homeopathic Convention
9/30/1896 - 1909

DESCRIPTION: 1 printed banquet program dated 9/30/1896: "Centennial Homeopathy, 1796-1896," Homeopathic Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania. Found inside "Centennial Homeopathy" program: 1 undated pencil drawing of unidentified man, 1 printed "toasts" card (Z. T. Miller listed), newspaper clippings regarding homeopathic convention (1896) and vaccination (1909), and 1 Autograph Note Signed dated 10/4/1888 from J. T. Kent to Miller.

Box: 4 Fold: 53 Pamphlets
4/10/1897 - 12/31/1909

DESCRIPTION: Printed program: "Annual Dinner by the Hahnemann Association of Western Pennsylvania, Celebrating the Birthday of Samuel Hahnemann . . . . Pittsburgh Club, April 10th 1897;" lists toast by Z. T. Miller. Printed program: "'73': The Old Time Telegraphers' and Historical Assn. and the Society of the U.S. Military Telegraph Corps. Waldorf Astoria, Thursday Evening, August 31st 1905, Seven O'Clock." Printed program: "The Carnegie Institute: Dedicatory Exercises. April 11, 12, and 13, 1907. Pittsburgh, - - Penna." Printed pamphlet: "Homeopathy and its Founder," with description Samuel Christian Friedrich Hahnemann and the Hahnemann Monument in Washington, DC."

Box: 4 Fold: 54 Z. T. Miller - Obits
1913

DESCRIPTION: 2 Typed Manuscript tributes dated 1913 honoring Z. T. Miller, who died that year. Also, 1 Autograph Manuscript notebook containing a tribute to Miller.

Box: 4 Fold: 55 Printed ephemera
1900? - 1910?

DESCRIPTION: Printed ephemera found among the papers of Z. T. Miller. Circa 1900-1910.

Box: 5 Fold: 1 Ernest W. Boyer to Louise M. Boyer
3/25/1910 - 9/6/1912

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1910-1912 from Ernest W. Boyer to his wife Louise Miller Boyer, mostly regarding family and art.

Box: 5 Fold: 2 Ernest W. Boyer to Louise M. Boyer
3/19/1913 - 12/31/1913

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1913 from Ernest W. Boyer to Louise M. Boyer, mostly regarding family.

Box: 5 Fold: 3 Ernest W. Boyer to Louise M. Boyer
1/2/1914 - 5/4/1914

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1914 from Ernest W. Boyer to his wife Louise M. Boyer, mostly personal. Includes the couple's wedding announcement (2 copies), dated 1/22/1914.

Box: 5 Fold: 4 Ernest W. Boyer to Louise M. Boyer
1918

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1918 from Ernest W. Boyer to Louise M. Boyer, mostly regarding family. Sent from Pittsburgh to New York City.

Box: 5 Fold: 5 Francis Boyer to Ernest W. Boyer
4/28/1921 - 5/11/1921

DESCRIPTION: 3 ALS dated 1921 from Francis Boyer to Ernest Boyer, regarding family. Sent from New Rochelle, New York to Pittsburgh.

Box: 5 Fold: 6 Ernest W. Boyer - Mss. by Him
1900? - 1919?

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscripts and Autograph Manuscripts by Ernest W. Boyer. Includes articles for "Charette" and poems for his children and friends. Circa 1900-1919.

Box: 5 Fold: 7 Ernest W. Boyer - Articles
12/29/1929 - 1986

DESCRIPTION: Printed and Manuscript articles by and about Ernest W. Boyer. Includes the following items: Printed article dated 12/1929 by Boyer: "The Twenty-Eighth International" in "The Charette," a publication of the Pittsburgh Architectural Club; Typed Manuscript of same article by Boyer; the 12/1931 issue of "The Charette;" the 6/1949 issue of "The Charette" (see p. 22 for material related to Boyer); the Spring 1986 issue of "PH&LF News," a publication of the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation; xeroxed and typed notes on Ernest W. Boyer genealogy; published poem by Boyer: "A Bowling Monologue;" published article by Boyer: "Why Golf;" 1 drawing: "Our Lady of Mercy Chapel, Mount Mercy, Pittsburgh, Pa.," along with xeroxed architectural drawings for the church.

Box: 5 Fold: 8 Ernest W. Boyer - Drawings
7/18/1912 - 1920

DESCRIPTION: 3 original drawings by Ernest W. Boyer: "River Light Near Bath, Maine" (1912), "Valentines Day" (1916), untitled (1920).

Box: 5 Fold: 9 Ernest W. Boyer - Prints
1896 - 1925?

DESCRIPTION: Prints and Printed Matter dated 1896-1929 by Ernest W. Boyer. Includes many Pittsburgh scenes.

Box: 5 Fold: 10 Ernest W. Boyer - Prints
1973?

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper advertisement for exhibit of drawings at Country Gallery, Parkville, by Ernest W. Boyer. Also, printed brochure "The Church of Saint Paulinus, Clairton, Pennsylvania, 50th Anniversary, 1923-1973," depicting color photo of parish house by Ernest W. Boyer.

Box: 5 Fold: 11 Ernest W. Boyer - Sacred Heart Church
8/28/1925 - 1932

DESCRIPTION: Printed material dated 1925-1932 relating to Sacred Heart Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, found among the papers of Ernest W. Boyer.

Box: 5 Fold: 12 Arms, Dorothy
12/19/1942 - 1/13/1955

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1942-1955 from Dorothy Arms to Louise Miller Boyer, regarding art, travel, and John Taylor Arms, among other topics.

Box: 5 Fold: 13 Arms, John Taylor
8/11/1942 - 3/28/1951

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1942-1951 from John Taylor Arms to Louise Miller Boyer, welcoming her to the Society of American Etchers, praising her work, family, and Dorothy Arms.

Box: 5 Fold: 14 Brashear, John
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 ACS (partly printed) from John Brashear to Louise Miller Boyer, regarding a loss in his life. Undated.

Box: 5 Fold: 15 Hamerschlag, Arthur A.
11/15/1913

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS and 1 TM, both dated 11/15/1911, from Arthur A. Hamerschlag to Louise Miller Boyer, lamenting the death of her father, Z. T. Miller.

Box: 5 Fold: 16 Ulrich, Lotte
1/28/1911 - 9/23/1914

DESCRIPTION: 2 ALS and 1 printed document from Lotte Ulrich to Louise Miller Boyer. Dated 1911-1914.

Box: 5 Fold: 17 Boyer, Louise M. - Incoming
1/28/1899 - 11/19/1913

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1899-1913 sent to Louise Miller Boyer. Correspondents include the following: impersonator Carl Randall (1 ALS dated 12/5/1909) and William P. Field, Secretary of Carnegie Institute of Technology (1 TLS dated 11/14/1913, lamenting the death of her father, Z. T. Miller).

Box: 5 Fold: 18 Boyer, Louise M. - Incoming
1/6/1918 - 10/1/1949

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1918-1949 sent to Louise Miller Boyer. Correspondents include the following: Lowell Thomas (1 TLS dated 1/10/1933, regarding the Hotel New Yorker, with reference to Ralph Hitz); A. Avinoff, Director of the Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh (1 TLS--Xerox Copy--dated 6/17/40, regarding a print and 1 TLS dated 2/24/1945, regarding her art work); Hobart Nichols, Director of the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation (1 TLS dated 10/1/1949, rewarding her with a grant); and 1 TLS (Xerox Copy) dated 9/7/1945 from Ralph Fabri, Treasurer of the Society of American Etchers, regarding a payment.

Box: 5 Fold: 19 Boyer, Louise M. - Incoming
8/24/1950 - 6/12/1957

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1950-1957 sent to Louise Miller Boyer. Correspondents include the following: James H. Duff, Pennsylvania Governor (1 TLS dated 1950, thanking her for a painted necktie); Ralph Fabri (1 ALS dated 12/16/1950, thanking her for a gift); Una E. Johnson, Curator, Brooklyn Museum (1 TLS dated 5/12/1952, regarding a print); Worden Day (3 ALS dated 1954, regarding prints and art); the Witte Memorial Museum, San Antonio, Texas (6 TLS dated 1956-1957, regarding an exhibition); and Dwight D. Eisenhower (1 TLS--Xerox Copy--dated 3/1/1956, thanking her for a painted necktie).

Box: 5 Fold: 20 Boyer, Louise M. - Incoming
7/26/1961 - 12/9/1969

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1961-1969 sent to Louise Miller Boyer. Correspondents include the following: Gordon Washburn, Director of the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh (1 TLS dated 7/26/1961, inviting her to visit the institute); Giorgio Tozzi (Signed Music Program dated 5/4/1962); Martial Singher (Signed Music Program dated 1968); Lotte Lehmann (Signed Music Program dated 1964); C. C. Warner, President of Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh (1 TLS regarding a drawing); Gustave von Groschwitz, Director of Carnegie Institute Museum of Art (1 TLS dated 2/17/1965, offering best wishes); Andre Watts (Signed Music Program dated 1968); Leon Arkus, Director of Carnegie Institute Museum of Art (1 TLS dated 4/23/1969, regarding exhibits); David Brinkley, NBC News (1 TLS dated 9/29/1969, regarding the government's contribution to the SST); James J. Kilpatrick (1 TLS dated 10/10/1969, regarding the SST); and Vermont Royster, Editor of the Wall Street Journal (1 TLS dated 12/9/1969, with thanks).

Box: 5 Fold: 21 Boyer, Louise M. - Incoming
4/14/1971 - 2/2/1983

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1971-1983 sent to Louise Miller Boyer. Correspondents include the following: U.S. Senator Thomas F. Eagleton, Missouri (1 TLS dated 4/14/1971, regarding the SST--supersonic transport); artist Elton Bennett (1 TLS dated 3/17/1972, regarding a catalog); Thomas H. Benton (1 ALS--Xerox Copy--dated 4/26/1972, declining to take part in a group show); James J. Kilpatrick (1 TLS dated 5/23/1974, in reference to Richard Nixon); U.S. Senator Stuart Symington (1 TLS dated 6/19/1974, in reference to the impeachment of Richard Nixon); D. E. Andorfer (Signature).

Box: 5 Fold: 22 Boyer, Louise M. - Incoming
undated

DESCRIPTION: Undated correspondence sent to Louise Miller Boyer.

Box: 5 Fold: 23 Boyer, Louise M. to Parents
9/9/1906 - 9/10/1906

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1906 from Louise Miller Boyer to her parents Z. T. Miller and Kate Miller.

Box: 5 Fold: 24 Boyer, Louise M. - Europe
7/13/1910 - 9/27/1910

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1910 sent by Louise Miller Boyer while in Europe.

Box: 5 Fold: 25 Boyer, Louise M. to Seibel Family
5/18/1910 - 10/8/1910

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1910 from Louise Miller Boyer to the Seibel Family.

Box: 5 Fold: 26 Boyer, Louise M. to Miller, Z. T.
7/1912

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 7/1912 from Louise Miller Boyer to her father Z. T. Miller.

Box: 5 Fold: 27 Boyer, Louise M. to Miller, Z. T.
8/1912

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 8/1912 from Louise Miller Boyer to her father Z. T. Miller.

Box: 5 Fold: 28 Boyer, Louise M. to Miller, Z. T.
undated

DESCRIPTION: Undated correspondence from Louise Miller Boyer to her father Z. T. Miller.

Box: 5 Fold: 29 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, E. W.
1911 - 1912

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1911-1912 from Louise Miller Boyer to her husband Ernest W. Boyer.

Box: 5 Fold: 30 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, E. W.
1913 - 1947

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1913-1947 from Louise Miller Boyer to her husband Ernest W. Boyer.

Box: 5 Fold: 31 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
1/25/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS postmarked 1/25/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer and Taylor Boyer re: travel from Pittsburgh to New York City, residence at 423 West 120th St. apt. 106.

Box: 5 Fold: 32 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
1/26/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS postmarked 1/26/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: first experiences in New York City, employment at Metro Pictures Corporation, dining with Max Karger, discussion of Julie Rive-King, first mention of June Mathis.

Box: 5 Fold: 33 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
1/26/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS postmarked 1/26/1918 12:30 pm from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: meeting Max Karger, her screenplay "Much Ado About Jack".



Box: 5 Fold: 34 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
1/29/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS postmarked 1/29/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: seeking employment at Metro, talk with Max Karger, working on her screenplay "Lonely Souls", saw J.P. Morgan's collection of Rembrandt etchings.

Box: 5 Fold: 35 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
2/1/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS postmarked 2/1/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: seeking employment at Metro, called Max Karger, her screenplays "Lonely Souls" and "Fighting Blood", saw film "Billeted", met Rosealba Joy who earns $15/day at Goldwyn Studios.

Box: 5 Fold: 36 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
2/2/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS postmarked 2/2/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: work, meeting Metro star May Allison, moving to scenario department.

Box: 5 Fold: 37 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
2/5/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 TEL sent 2/5/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: employment at Metro at salary of $30/week.

Box: 5 Fold: 38 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
2/5/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS postmarked 2/5/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: developing writing style, starting work tomorrow, calling Max Karger, saw films "Under Suspicion", "Madame Jealousy", "Camille".

Box: 5 Fold: 39 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
2/5/1918 afternoon

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS postmarked 2/5/1918 5 pm from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: meeting with Max Karger, starting synopsis writing, her screenplay "Breath of Spring".

Box: 5 Fold: 40 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
2/6/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS Postmarked February 6 1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: EB's self confidence, family finances, roles of husband and wife.



Box: 5 Fold: 41 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
2/8/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS Postmarked 2/8/1918 1 pm from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: Carl Randall, Fox Studios, relationship between Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks, newsboy strike, plans to see play "The King", Ernest's and son's upcoming visit.



Box: 5 Fold: 42 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
2/8/1918 11 pm

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS Postmarked 2/8/1918 11 pm from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: having seen "The King", "The Woman (?) of the Future", films, "Men who Have Made Love to Me", "Narrow Trail, meets Katherine Kavanaugh (reading department) at Metro, June Mathis.

Box: 5 Fold: 43 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
2/9/1918 Saturday

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS Postmarked 2/9/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer, written Saturday re: LB's visit to Pittsburgh, "Merchant of Venice".

Box: 5 Fold: 44 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
2/13/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS Postmarked 2/13/1918 11 pm from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: receipt of Valentines, busy schedule.

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