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Box: 5 Fold: 45 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
2/15/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS Postmarked 2/15/1918 9 am, written 2/14/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re; Katherine Kavanaugh's praise of LB's progress, abilities to synopsize well, lunch with June Mathis, interest in writing magazine short stories.

Box: 5 Fold: 46 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
4/5/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS Postmarked 4/5/1918 9 am, written 4/4/1918 (Thursday)from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: working late, saw Mary Garden in "A Splendid Sinner", "Art Girl", Katherine Kavanaugh's interest in "Breath of Spring", criticism of June Mathis.

Box: 5 Fold: 47 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
4/8/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS Postmarked 4/8/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: return to New York City, enclosed letter from an Aunt Louise, emotion of leaving Ernest again.

Box: 5 Fold: 48 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
4/14/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS Postmarked 4/14/1918 3 pm, written Saturday evening, 4/13/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: working on "Breath of Spring", walked around Washington Square and Greenwich Village, Katherine Kavanaugh not at work, trying to prove herself to Max Karger, moving to 144 West 74th Street.

Box: 5 Fold: 49 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
4/19/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS Postmarked 4/19/1918 written Wednesday, 4/17/1918 and Friday morning, 4/19/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: ignoring Max Karger's advice on revising a story: "Intruder", Richard Rowland (president of Metro), Metro's films "Lest We Forget", "Social Hypocrites", and "My Own Country", May Allison.

Box: 5 Fold: 50 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
4/24/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS Postmarked 4/24/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: her departure from Metro, asserts career is only a source of income.

Box: 5 Fold: 51 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
4/27/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS Postmarked 4/27/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: imminent return to Pittsburgh, emotion of separation.

Box: 5 Fold: 52 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
5/6/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS Postmarked 5/6/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: imminent return to Pittsburgh, quit Metro.



Box: 5 Fold: 53 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
Friday 2/22/1918 ?

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS Friday, perhaps 2/22/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: cost of boarding room (seven dollars/week), saw Margaret Anglin in play "Medea", dinner at Rowlands'

with June Mathis, Katherine Kavanaugh, desire to turn freelance, sending money home, desire for Ernest to keep his architecture job.

Box: 5 Fold: 54 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
Monday 1/28/1918 ?

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS Monday perhaps 1/28/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: cold in room with bad coal and exposed walls, working on "Much Ado About Jack", walk in Central Park, seeing Film "Wolves of the Rail".

Box: 5 Fold: 55 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
SATURDAY 2/9/1918 ?

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS SATURDAY PERHAPS 2/9/1918 from LOUISE M. BOYER TO ERNEST BOYER RE: METROPOLITAN OPERA'S "L'AMOUR DER TRE RE", "SHANEWIS (OPERA?), "LONELY SOULS" AND BREATH OF SPRING", JUNE MATHIS, KATHERINE KAVANAUGH, WORK ON SCENARIOS.

Box: 5 Fold: 56 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
SUNDAY 2/3/1918 ?

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL SUNDAY PERHAPS 2/3/1918 from LOUISE M. BOYER TO ERNEST BOYER RE: WORK ON "LONELY SOULS" AND "PRIMROSE AND PASSION FLOWER", MAX KARGER, ROWLAND FAMILY, "BREATH OF SPRING", MAY ALLISON, MR. LOCKWOOD, MARY MILES MINTER, PARAMOUNT STUDIOS, MISS NAZIMOVA, "THE HARD ROCK MAN", "MUCH ADO ABOUT JACK", SAW KITTY GARDEN IN "HER DIVINE SACRIFICE", FILM "DODGING A MILLION", PLAY "KARIN", MAX KARGER.

Box: 5 Fold: 57 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
Sunday? 2/17/1918?

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS no date, perhaps Sunday, 2/17/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: work on synopses: "Vicky Van", "No Other Way", "The Duke Decides", "The Road to Understanding", "In His Own Place", "Another Girl's Shoes", "A Fool and His Money", Katherine Kavanaugh, June Mathis, Max Karger, Miss Nazimova and her sister, saw films "Lest We Forget" and "Stella Maris", Photoplay magazine, weakness in her works save for "The Lonely Soul" and "Breath of Spring", working on her "The Inocterate? Gambler", desire to move up within studio, Ernest's lack of confidence, problems with her room.

Box: 5 Fold: 58 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
2/19/1918?

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL perhaps 2/19/1918, Tuesday from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: coming home to have tooth fixed this Friday, losing weight, Katherine Kavanaugh, Rowland family, critique of June Mathis, Nazimova sisters, her plan for reorganizing Reading Department, Max Karger, financial conditions of Metro, Paramount, Goldwyn.

Box: 5 Fold: 59 Boyer, Louise M. to Boyer, Ernest
4/20/1918?

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS no date, perhaps 4/20/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ernest Boyer re: Metro's full relocation to West Coast, her return to Pittsburgh, Liberty bonds.

Box: 5 Fold: 60 Louise M. Boyer to Katherine Kavanaugh
4/23/1920

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS 4/23/1920 from Louise M. Boyer to Katherine Kavanaugh re: past employment at Metro Pictures Corporation, changes in being a housewife, possible placement of LMB's screenplay "Breath of Spring".

Box: 5 Fold: 61 Boyer, Louise M. to a "Hoffie"
2/24/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL 2/24/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to "Hoffie" (friend from university) re: living situation in New York City, seeing Margaret Anglin in play "Medea", Washington Square Players performing "Youth", May Allison, June Mathis, Max Karger, Richard Rowland.

Box: 5 Fold: 62 Louise M. Boyer to Ned Lissfelt
11/11/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 L 11/11/1918 from Louise M. Boyer to Ned Lissfelt re: end of World War One, life at home in Pittsburgh, since leaving Metro.

Box: 5 Fold: 63 Louise M. Boyer to Bess Duff Phillips
6/17/1920

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS 6/17/1920 from Louise M. Boyer to Bess Duff Phillips re: illness of children, June Mathis, Miss Nazimova, Nina B. Lewton, conflicts between creativity and family duties.

Box: 5 Fold: 64 Rowland, Richard (Dick) to Boyer, Louise M.
1/23/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 1/23/1918 from Richard (Dick) Rowland to Louise M. Boyer re: submission of screenplay synopses, June Mathis, Mr. Lockwood, requirements for a "five reel picture", help with writing.

Box: 5 Fold: 65 Earle, Ferdinand to Boyer, Louise M.
7/21/1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 7/21/1918 from Ferdinand Earle to Louise M. Boyer re: Earle's departure from Metro and employment at Fox Studios, Richard (Dick) Rowland, Max Karger, with Taylor ("Bippsie") childish scrawl on the back of the letter.



Box: 5 Fold: 66 Daisy Rowland to Louise M. Boyer
5/28/1920

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 5/28/1920 from Daisy Rowland to Louise M. Boyer re: Max Karger's departure from Metro, Louise's children.

Box: 5 Fold: 67 June Mathis to Louise M. Boyer
1/25/1923

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 1/25/1923 postmarked 1/26/1923 from June Mathis to Louise M. Boyer re: Louise's strong reading and writing abilities.

Box: 5 Fold: 68 Boyer, Louise M. re: NY Films
7/25/1911 - 7/12/1922

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1911-1922among the papers of Louise Miller Boyer, regarding New York films.

Box: 5 Fold: 69 Senior Thesis re: Louise Miller Boyer
5/2001

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscript: Senior Thesis by Amy Zimmerman: "Thirty Dollars a Week for Knowing Nothing: The Letters of Louise Miller Boyer," Georgetown University, Washington, DC, American Studies Senior Thesis, May 2001," 92 pages.

Box: 5 Fold: 70 "Breath of Spring"
1918

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Manuscript by Louise M. Boyer dated 1918: "Breath of Spring." Original document is very fragile; please use xerox copy available in this folder.

Box: 6 Fold: 1 Boyer, Louise M. - School Records
1898 - 1909

DESCRIPTION: School records of Louise Miller Boyer dated 1898-1909.

Box: 6 Fold: 2 "Every Man His Own Judge"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Typed Manuscript by Louise Miller Boyer: "Every Man His Own Judge."

Box: 6 Fold: 3 "Charette"
1931 - 1935

DESCRIPTION: Printed issues dated 1931-1935 of "The Charette," a journal of the Pittsburgh Architectural Club, including articles written by Louise Miller Boyer.

Box: 6 Fold: 4 Boyer, Louise M. - Printed Matter
1890 - 1976

DESCRIPTION: Printed matter about Louise Miller Boyer (1890-1976). Includes typed biographical sketch, newspaper clippings, and periodical coverage.

Box: 6 Fold: 5 Boyer, Louise M. - Sketchbook
1890 - 1976

DESCRIPTION: Sketchbook of Louise Miller Boyer (1890-1976), containing numerous pencil drawings by her.

Box: 6 Fold: 6 "But for the Grace of God"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Typed Manuscript by Louise Miller Boyer (1890-1976): "But for the Grace of God."

Box: 6 Fold: 7 "Every Man His Own Judge"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 2 undated Typed Manuscripts by Louise Miller Boyer: "Every Man His Own Judge."

Box: 6 Fold: 8 "Inveterate Gambler"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 2 undated Typed Manuscripts entitled "The Inveterate Gambler" by Louise Miller Boyer.



Box: 6 Fold: 9 "He Huffed and He Puffed..."
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Typed Manuscript entitled "He Huffed and He Puffed but He Couldn't Blow the House Down" by Louise Miller Boyer.

Box: 6 Fold: 10 "Mother Goose"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Typed Manuscript entitled "Mother Goose" by Louise Miller Boyer.

Box: 6 Fold: 11 "Mr. Skipwood Explains"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Typed Manuscript entitled "Mr. Skipwood Explains" by Louise Miller Boyer.

Box: 6 Fold: 12 "Primitive, The"
late 1930s

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Manuscript entitled "The Primitive" by Louise Miller Boyer, dated late 1930s.

Box: 6 Fold: 13 "Pyre"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Typed Manuscript entitled "The Pyre" by Louise Miller Boyer.

Box: 6 Fold: 14 "Sauce for the Goslings"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Typed Manuscript entitled "Sauce for the Goslings" by Louise Miller Boyer (1890-1976).

Box: 6 Fold: 15 "SPECIMEN PROGRAMME"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Typed Manuscript entitled "SPECIMEN PROGRAMME for RADIO BROADCAST for, The Carnegie Institute of Technology."

Box: 6 Fold: 16 "Station Announcement"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Typed Manuscript entitled "Station Announcement" by Louise Miller Boyer.

Box: 6 Fold: 17 "Synopsis of ... Radio Programme"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Typed Manuscript entitled "Synopsis of Proposed Radio Programme for the Carnegie Institute of Technology" by Louise Miller Boyer.

Box: 6 Fold: 18 "Waters of Heaven, The"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Typed Manuscript entitled "The Waters of Heaven" by Louise Miller Boyer.

Box: 6 Fold: 19 "Zachariah Taylor Miller"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Typed Manuscript entitled "Zachariah Taylor Miller."

Box: 6 Fold: 20 Untitled/Incomplete
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated, untitled Typed Manuscript. 1 undated Typed Manuscript (Xerox copy, only 1 page) of "Feud in Verona" by Louise Miller Boyer.

Box: 6 Fold: 21 Published Articles
1908 - 1981

DESCRIPTION: Published articles dated 1908-1981 by and about Louise Miller Boyer.

Box: 6 Fold: 22 Boyer, Louise M. - Artwork
1890 - 1976

DESCRIPTION: Artwork by Louise Miller Boyer (1890-1976). Includes published articles, photographs of artwork, and reproduced prints.

Box: 6 Fold: 23 Rive-King, Julie
1854 - 1937

DESCRIPTION: Published biographical sketch of Julie Rive-King (1854-1937).

Box: 6 Fold: 24 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1/1/1885 - 10/1/1885

DESCRIPTION: 2 ALS dated 1885 from Julie Rive-King to her sister Kate Miller and 1 TL dated 1885 regarding Julie.

Box: 6 Fold: 25 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1886

DESCRIPTION: 15 ALS dated 1886 from Julie Rive-King. Mostly to her sister Kate Miller.

Box: 6 Fold: 26 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1887 - 1888

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1887-1888 of Julie Rive-King. Consists of 5 ALS. Correspondents include Clarence Eddy, Frank King, "Kunkel's Musical Review" (St. Louis), and Kate Miller.

Box: 6 Fold: 27 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1889

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence of Julie Rive-King dated 1889. Consists of 18 ALS. Correspondents include Frank King, Kate Miller, and "Kunkel's Musical Review" (St. Louis).

Box: 6 Fold: 28 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1890

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1890 of Julie Rive-King. Consists of 22 ALS. Correspondents include Frank King, D. Decker, Kate Miller, and Z. T. Miller. References to meeting boy wonder Joseph Hoffman and to birth of niece Louise Miller.

Box: 6 Fold: 29 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1891

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1891 of Julie Rive-King. Consists of 10 ALS. Julie Rive-King authored all of the letters in this folder. Correspondent recipients include Frank King and Kate Miller. Topics include Boston concert.

Box: 6 Fold: 30 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1896

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1896 of Julie Rive King. Consists of 15 ALS. Correspondents authors include Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller, Frank King to Z. T. Miller and Kate Miller, and Frederic Archer (Conductor, Pittsburgh Orchestra, Carnegie Music Hall) to Frank King and Julie Rive-King.

Box: 6 Fold: 31 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1897

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1897 of Julie Rive-King. Consists of 28 ALS. Correspondents include Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller and Z. T. Miller, Frank King to Kate Miller and Z. T. Miller, and Emma King to Kate Miller. Some letters sent on "Wissner's Unrivaled Pianofortes letterhead," Manager Frank King, New York City.

Box: 6 Fold: 32 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1898

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1898 of Julie Rive-King. Consists of 6 ALS. Correspondents include Frank King to Z. T. Miller and Kate Miller and Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller.

Box: 6 Fold: 33 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1899

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1899 of Julie Rive-King. Consists of 19 ALS and 1 TL. Correspondents include Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller and Frank Miller to Z. T. Miller and Kate Miller. On verso of several letters: Published Photographs of Julie Rive-King, Emil Paur, and Anton Seidl. Of special interest: envelope for Frank King, Wissner's Unrivaled Pianos, New York, with Printed Image of Julie Rive-King, soloist, playing the piano with Anton Seidl's Grand Orchestra.

Box: 6 Fold: 34 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1900

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1900 of Julie Rive-King. Consists of 21 ALS. Correspondents include Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller and Z. T. Miller. The 1900 correspondence discusses Julie's Texas tour, Frank King's death, and Victor Herbert.

Box: 6 Fold: 35 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1900

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1900 of Julie Rive-King. Consists of 16 ALS. Almost all letters in this folder were written by Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller.

Box: 6 Fold: 36 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1901

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1901 of Julie Rive-King. Consists of 13 ALS. Correspondents include Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller.

Box: 6 Fold: 37 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
8/23/1903 - 12/28/1903

DESCRIPTION: 2 ALS dated 8/23/1903 and 12/28/1903 from Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller and Louise Miller.

Box: 6 Fold: 38 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1/31/1904 - 2/23/1904

DESCRIPTION: 3 ALS dated 1904 from Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller. Includes enclosed periodical clipping: "The Musical Courier" with review "Madame Rive-King in Two Cities [Minneapolis, MN and Rochester, NY]" and on verso advertisement: "Julie Rive-King, Address, Knabe Hall, New York."

Box: 6 Fold: 39 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
5/18/1905

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 5/18/1905 from Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller.

Box: 6 Fold: 40 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1907

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1907 of Julie Rive-King. Consists of 23 ALS. Mostly from Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller.

Box: 6 Fold: 41 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
5/2/1908 - 6/24/1908

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 5/2/1908-6/24/1908 of Julie Rive-King. Consists of 16 ALS. Mostly Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller. Includes newspaper clippings about Julie Rive-King and 1 photograph of Julie Rive-King.

Box: 6 Fold: 42 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
8/1908 - 12/1908

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 8/1908-12/1908 of Julie Rive-King. Consists of 14 ALS and 1 newspaper clipping ("Chicago Sunday Tribune" - 12/13/1908) regarding Julie Rive-King. Mostly letters from Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller.

Box: 6 Fold: 43 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1908

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1908 of Julie Rive-King. Consists of 24 ALS. Mostly from Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller. Includes printed programs of performances by Julie.

Box: 6 Fold: 44 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1909

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1909 of Julie Rive-King. Consists of 11 ALS. Mostly from Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller and Julie Rive-King to Louise Miller. Includes printed programs for performances by Julie Rive-King.

Box: 6 Fold: 45 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
1926

DESCRIPTION: 1 ACS and 1 ALS, both dated 1926, from Julie Rive-King to Louise M. Boyer. Includes printed material relating to Julie Rive-King's association with Bush Conservatory, Chicago.

Box: 6 Fold: 46 Rive-King, Julie - Corresp.
undated

DESCRIPTION: Undated correspondence of Julie Rive-King. Includes printed wedding announcement of Julie Rive-King and Frank King. Includes 1 ALS from Julie Rive-King to Kate Miller.

Box: 6 Fold: 47 Rive-King, Julie - Brochures
1854 - 1937

DESCRIPTION: Printed brochures and musical programs of pianist Julie Rive-King (1854-1937). Includes photographs of Julie Rive-King.

Box: 6 Fold: 48 Rive-King, Julie - Newsclips
1854 - 1937

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper clippings regarding pianist Julie Rive-King (1854-1937).

Box: 6 Fold: 49 Rive-King, Julie - Transcripts
1885 - 1926

DESCRIPTION: Transcripts (Xerox copies) of letters of Julie Rive-King, dated 1885-1937. Originals contained in Box 6 Folders 24-45.

Box: 7 Fold: 1 Dissertation on Julie Rive-King
1987

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Doctoral Dissertation by M. Leslie Petteys: "Julie Rive-King, American Pianist," A Dissertation in Music, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City, MO, 1987, 431 pages.

Box: 7 Fold: 2 Boileau, N. B. to Wilson, Sarah
1/2/1823

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 1/2/1823 from Nathaniel B. Boileau to his sister Sarah Wilson, regarding finances and mutual acquaintances. The same document includes 1 brief ALS from Boileau to William Wilson, indicating that Boileau would not be opposed to becoming governor of Pennsylvania and encouraging Wilson to rally support in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania for Boileau's candidacy. Sent from Hatborough, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania to Beach Grove, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.

Box: 7 Fold: 3 Boileau, N. B. to Wilson, William
8/10/1823

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 8/10/1823 from Nathaniel B. Boileau to his brother-in-law William Wilson, regarding finances. Sent from Hatborough, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania to Beach Grove, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.

Box: 7 Fold: 4 Boileau, N. B. to Wilson, Sarah
3/16/1824

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 3/16/1824 from Nathaniel B. Boileau to his sister Sarah Wilson, regarding the health of friends and family. Sent from Hatborough, Montgomerey County, Pennsylvania to Beach Grove, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.

Box: 7 Fold: 5 Boileau, N. B. to Wilson, William
12/8/1825

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 12/8/1825 from Nathaniel B. Boileau to his sister William Wilson, regarding finances. Sent from Hatborough, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania to Beach Grove, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.

Box: 7 Fold: 6 Boileau, N. B. to Wilson, Sarah
7/15/1826

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 7/15/1826 from Nathaniel B. Boileau to his sister Sarah Wilson, regarding finances. Sent from Hatborough, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania to Beach Grove, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.

Box: 7 Fold: 7 Boileau, N. B. to Wilson, Sarah
1/28/1827

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 1/28/1827 from Nathaniel B. Boileau to his sister Sarah Wilson, regarding the death of their sister. Sent from Hatborough, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania to Beach Grove, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.

Box: 7 Fold: 8 Boileau, N. B. to Wilson, Sarah
10/2/1827

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 10/2/1827 from Nathaniel B. Boileau to his sister Sarah Wilson, regarding finances. Sent from Hatborough, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania to Beach Grove, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.

Box: 7 Fold: 9 Boileau, N. B. to Wilson, Sarah
4/8/1828

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 4/8/1828 from Nathaniel B. Boileau to his sister Sarah Wilson, regarding finances. Sent from Hatborough, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania to Beach Grove, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.

Box: 7 Fold: 10 Boileau, N. B. - undated
undated

DESCRIPTION: 2 undated AL found among the papers of Nathaniel B. Boileau. 1 is a copy (excerpt) of letter from Boileau to his nephew, regarding a death in the family.

Box: 7 Fold: 11 Boileau, Anne to Boileau, N.B.
9/24/1811

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 9/24/1811 from Anne Boileau to Nathaniel B. Boileau, regarding his mother's ill health. Sent from Hatborough, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

Box: 7 Fold: 12 Boileau, T.L. to Boileau, N.B.
7/7/1817

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 7/7/1817 from Thomas Leech Boileau to Nathaniel B. Boileau, secretary of Pennsylvania, regarding finances. Sent from Philadelphia to Hatborough.

Box: 7 Fold: 13 Boileau, T.L. to Boileau, N.B.
11/25/1819

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 11/25/1819 from Thomas Leech Boileau to his father Nathaniel B. Boileau, regarding finances and family matters. Sent from Philadelphia to Hatborough, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

Box: 7 Fold: 14 Boileau, T.L. to Boileau, N.B.
11/15/1823

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 11/15/1823 from Thomas Leech Boileau to his father Nathaniel B. Boileau, regarding finances. Sent from Philadelphia to Hatborough, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

Box: 7 Fold: 15 Wilson, W.H. to Boileau, N.B.
7/22/1846

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 7/22/1846 from W. H. Wilson to Nathaniel B. Boileau, regarding a company, with reference to an agricultural fair seemingly in the vicinity of Norristown, Pennsylvania. Sent from Beaver Meadow, Pennsylvania to Hatborough, Pennsylvania.

Box: 7 Fold: 16 National Museum of American History
1983 - 1997

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1983-1997 from the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History (NMAH) to Helen King Boyer, regarding her collection of prints. Includes inventory list of prints by Louise M. Boyer; Ernest Boyer, and Helen King Boyer; deeds of gift for Helen's donations to NMAH; and information about exhibits. Primary correspondents include Helena Wright, Curator, Division of Graphic Arts, Smithsonian, NMAH.

Box: 7 Fold: 16.5 Helen King Boyer
1942? - 1948?

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence of Helen King Boyer covering the following topics: the World War II years in Pittsburgh in the letters of Jack Hoffland (1942-1946); Ben Carter relating to Scottfield, Illinois; and Earleville (1946-1948).

Box: 7 Fold: 17 Boyer, Helen King - Mss.
1981 - 2001

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscripts dated 1981-2001 by Helen King Boyer. Manuscripts include, "The Reverend Jesse Jackson," "Troust Ave Bus," "Regrets - Bus Station #1," "Retirement 1981," "The Hungry Man," "Sleeping Beauty after the Kiss," "Swan Lake," "Halloween Story," and recollections of youth.

Box: 7 Fold: 18 Boyer, Helen King - "Cosi Fan Tuttle"
1999

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscript (partly Autograph Manuscript) dated 1999 by Helen King Boyer: "Cosi Fan Tutte, W. A. Mozart."

Box: 7 Fold: 19 "Bitty Angel"
2001?

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Manuscript dated 2001? by Helen King Boyer: "Bitty Angel."

Box: 7 Fold: 20 Boyer, Helen King - Art
undated

DESCRIPTION: 2 pencil drawings by Helen King Boyer for the story "Bitty Angel."

Box: 7 Fold: 21 Boyer, Helen King - Art
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated painting by Helen King Boyer for the story "Bitty Angel."

Box: 7 Fold: 22 Boyer, Helen King - Art
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated pencil drawing by Helen King Boyer for the story "Bitty Angel."

Box: 7 Fold: 23 Boyer, Helen King - Art
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated painting by Helen King Boyer for the story "Bitty Angel."

Box: 7 Fold: 24 Boyer, Helen King - Art
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated painting by Helen King Boyer for the story "Bitty Angel."

Box: 7 Fold: 25 Boyer, Helen King - Art
1900? - 2001?

DESCRIPTION: Photographs of artwork, mostly works by Helen King Boyer. Includes photos of Helen at work. Also, printed material relating to her art. Date span: 1919?-2001?

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