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Richards family


Found in 2 Records:

Albert A. Reichert papers

Call Number: RH MS 1028

Albert A. Reichert, who lived for many years at Seneca, Kansas, was a veteran of the Spanish-American War, serving with the 22nd Kansas Volunteer Infantry Regiment. These papers include several of his letters of 1898, written to his parents of Holton, Kansas while he was posted at military camps in Virginia and Pennsylvania. His papers contain a small quantity of additional correspondence and his wife's funeral notice of 1951.

Dates: 1862 - 1951

Mary Richards letters to her brother Giles Richards

Call Number: RH MS P802
Overview These two letters of 1836 were written by Mary Richards, aunt of Amos Adams Lawrence, for whom Lawrence, Kansas and Lawrence College (Appleton, Wisconsin) are named. Richards' letters are to her brother Giles Richards, a prominent Ohio pioneer in textile manufacturing. She writes of the Richards family of Roxbury, Massachusetts, describing their mother's declining health and death, their brother George's residency in Paris, activities of their brother-in-law Amos Lawrence and nephew Amos,...
Dates: 1836

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Holton (Kan.) -- History 1
Nemaha County (Kan.) -- History 1
Roxbury (Boston, Mass.) -- History 1
Seneca (Kan.) -- History 1
Spanish-American War, 1898 -- Kansas -- Personal narratives 1