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History | History of Science, Technology, and Medicine | United States History | Women's History


Wright family -- History; Wright family; Daily life; Letters; Haskell, Katharine Wright, 1874-1929; Haskell, Henry Joseph, 1874-1952; Wright, Orville, 1871-1948


MS-700: Katharine Wright Haskell Papers


In this letter, Katharine Wright writes to Henry Haskell about the visit of two of her friends, Mella King and Cora Dell. She mentions Henry's talent at giving speeches when inquiring about his Forum speech at Emporia, and then goes on to describe her and Orville's travel plans to reach Oberlin College and then to Ann Arbor so Orville can give a speech at a college there. She also talks about a professor at the college, Edwards, as well as other happenings and interests in her life and other aspects of her daily life.


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Letter, May 28, 1924, Katharine Wright  to Harry [Henry J. Haskell]



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