Anderson, Elizabeth Nessby (Myer)
- Existence: 1831 - 1921
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The 1898 correspondence includes two letters from E.N. Anderson (nee Myer) to Dora Elizabeth Wight (nee Anderson). The letters are concerned with family matters, farm operations, and seasonal weather.
The 1900 correspondence includes three letters from eleven-year-old Vetabelle Elizabeth Phillips of Drummond and Granite Mountain, Montana to her cousin Ernestine (last name not included) of Ashland, Oregon. The letters are concerned with her day-to-day activities with her parents and cousin Verner, including fishing and obtaining candy. The August 15 letter includes a note from Vetabelle's mother Lena Phillips concerning Vetabelle's homesickness.
The Anderson-Phillips family papers consist of personal correspondence between family members. The letters cover topics such as daily life, mining in Kodiak, Vetabelle Carter's invention, World War I, and the Great Depression.