Letter to Dr. Osterhout from Theo Gambee, October 14, 1909 [Digital Version]

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Gambee, Theo, Letter to Dr. Osterhout from Theo Gambee, October 14, 1909 (October 14, 1909)

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Title: Letter to Dr. Osterhout from Theo Gambee, October 14, 1909 [Digital Version]
Funding from: Funding for the creation of this digitized text is provided by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Author: Gambee, Theo
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  • Creation of digital images: Center for Digital Scholarship, Rice University
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Publisher: Rice University, Houston, Texas
Publication date: 2010-06-07
Identifier: aa00131
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Provenance: A majority of the papers were purchased by Rice University from Mrs. Ora Osterhout Wade in 1958 and a second group of records arrived in October 1962. The collection register of John P. Osterhout was added to the collection in October 1965 as a gift from
Description: 1 page letter explaining that "Albert's little girl shot herself in the foot…" Handwritten.
Source(s): Gambee, Theo, Letter to Dr. Osterhout from Theo Gambee, October 14, 1909 (October 14, 1909)
Source Identifier: Osterhout Family Papers, MS 355, Box 7 folder 1 item 1, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University
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Languages used in the text: English
Text classification
Keywords: Getty Art & Architecture Thesaurus
  • Correspondence
Keywords: Library of Congress Subject Headings
  • Gambee, Theo--Correspondence
  • Osterhout, Paul, 1859-1944--Correspondence
  • Gunshot wounds--Panama
  • Children's accidents--Panama
Keywords: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
  • Bocas del Toro (inhabited place)
  • Panama (nation)


1

Dr Osterhout

Albert Little girl shot her self in the foot and he
has to bring her up to Boles and he
want seven dollars 7.00 hope this
finds you all well as it leaves me
well.

I am as ever yours

Theo Gambee
1909

2

Dr Osterhout
Boles del Toro



Rice University
Date: 2010-06-07
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