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Emily Hall Tremaine papers, 1890-2000

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Series 2: Correspondence , circa 1905-1985
0.4 Linear feet
Box 1

Family correspondence includes a number of letters from Tremaine's mother, Elizabeth Hall, and her sister, Jane Noble, as well as miscellaneous related notes and letters, telegrams, and correspondence between Tremaine and her three husbands, Maximilian von Romberg, Adolph Spreckels, and Burton Tremaine. These include a letter from Tremaine's future sister-in-law encouraging Emily to contact Burton Tremaine and mentioning their shared interest in art.
There are also miscellaneous letters and cards from other family and friends, including reproductions of artwork from Tremaine's collection that were sent as Christmas cards.
Materials have retained arrangement by document type and sender.
This series has been digitized in entirety.
Description Container Select
Christmas Cards, Received, circa 1940-1970
1
8
Christmas Cards, Sent, circa 1960-1985
1
9
Family, circa 1950-1978
1
10
Friends, circa 1950-1978
1
11
Hall, Elizabeth Purdon Smith (mother), circa 1905-circa 1976
1
12
Hall, William Hubbard (father), 1923
1
13
Noble, Jane Hall (sister), 1912-1939
1
14
Noble, Jane Hall (sister), 1937-1939
1
15
Noble, Jane Hall (sister), Condolences on Death of, 1969-1970
1
16
Spreckels, Adolph B., circa 1939-1942
1
17
Tremaine, Burton, circa 1944-1969
1
18
von Romberg, Maximilian, circa 1928
1
19
von Romberg, Maximilian, 1930-1942
1
20

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