Mary Hauck Elitch Long letter to Mrs. Wear [i.e. Weir]
Scope and Contents
The collection contains an informal note to Mary "Minnie" Lorena Mundy Weir and hand-tinted picture of Elitch Gardens.
- March 23, 1920
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Biographical / Historical
Mary "Minnie" Lorena Mundy (September 1, 1869-1943) was born in Port Perry, Ontario, Canada to Edward and Martha Mundy. Minnie married Gilbert Russell Weir on January 8, 1890 in Oshawa, Ontario. She immigrated to Denver, Colorado in 1890 and was naturalized with her husband the same year. She died in Denver and was buried at Fairmount Cemetery.
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, unknown donor, unknown date.
- Finding Aid for the Letter, 1920 Mar. 23, Los Angeles, Calif. to Mrs. Wear [i.e. Weir], President Woman's Club, Denver, Colo[manuscript]
- Finding Aid prepared from MARC data.
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