Manuscripts/Mixed Material Letter from Edward F. Loud to Friends of the American Colony in Jerusalem (contains copies of various earlier correspondence)

Format Manuscripts/Mixed Material
Contributors American Colony (Jerusalem)
Glazebrook, Otis A.
Loud, Edward F.
Spafford, Jacob
U.S. State Department
Vester, Bertha Spafford
Dates 1916
Location Jerusalem
United States
Language English
Subjects American Colony in Jerusalem
Glazebrook, Otis A.
Loud, Edward F.
Spafford, Jacob
Vester, Bertha Spafford
Letter from Edward F. Loud to Friends of the American Colony in Jerusalem (contains copies of various earlier correspondence)
Contributor Names
American Colony (Jerusalem)
U.S. State Department (Associated name)
Loud, Edward F. (Author)
Glazebrook, Otis A. (Associated name)
Spafford, Jacob (Associated name)
Vester, Bertha Spafford, 1878-1968 (Associated name)
Created / Published
August 20, 1916 and various 1916
Subject Headings
-  American Colony in Jerusalem--Charities
-  Loud, Edward F
-  Spafford, Jacob
-  Vester, Bertha Spafford, 1879-1968
-  Glazebrook, Otis A
-  Manuscripts
-  United States -- Michigan -- Oscoda
-  Palestine -- Jerusalem
-  Loud prints letter dated Aug. 20, 1916 including text of various letters received, including the U.S. State Department to Otis A. Glazebrook, Esquire, American Consul, Jerusalem, Dec. 23, 1916; Jacob Spafford to Loud, Feb. 25, 1916; U.S. State Department to George A. Loud, June 5, 1916, and Bertha Spafford Vester to Loud, Feb. 29, 1916. 3 1/4 pp. printed document; plus handwritten note signed by Edward F. Loud Sept. 14, 1916 on p. 4. Re Loud providing money for relief aid to the American Colony.
print document 11" x 8 1/2"
Call Number
Part I, Box 3, Folder 8: American Colony in Jerusalem
Source Collection
American Colony in Jerusalem Collection
Manuscript Division
Digital Id

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