Letter from Alice King Ebey in India to Edith Miller, North Manchester, Indiana
One letter with envelope
Flat File Drawer E
Letter from Alice King Ebey in India to Edith Miller, North Manchester, Indiana, MC2004/635-29, Archives and Brethren Historical Collection, Funderburg Library, Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana.
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1. One letter and envelope written by Alice King Ebey to Miss Edith Miller, North Manchester, Indiana. The letter is writen from Ashton Dale, Landour, India, 28 April 1924(? the date is unclear...another year is written in hand on the verso of the envelope, and it is also unclear?).
Date of Accession
21 April 2009
Bio History Note
Alice King Ebey (former teacher at Manchester College) and her husband (former Manchester College student) were missionaries to India through the Church of the Brethren. See the Alice King Ebey diaries.
Edith Miller was sister to Ida and Bertha Miller. Ida Miller married Otho Winger, former President of Manchester College. See Edith Miller and Otho Winger (faculty/staff).
Letter and envelope in Archives prior to April 2006. The objects had been encapsulated and given and accession number although no paperwork had been done.
Description prepared 21 April 2009 by Jeanine M. Wine.