18 December 1878, Letter from Johann Peter Frautschi to his brother Christian Frautschi
About the Original Manuscript:
18 December 1878, Letter from Johann Peter
Frautschi to his brother Christian Frautschi
Original in University of Wisconsin-Madison. Max Kade Institute. Frautschi Letters (MKI/Frautschi3/A1855)
Title of letter: 18
December 1878, from Johann Peter Frautschi to his brother Christian
Sender: Johann Peter Frautschi
Letter begins: Dear brother, We did receive your letter ...
Date: 18 December 1878, Elisabeth
Published versions: none
Physical Description:  p. on  leaf ; 12.5 X 20.2 cm, folded in thirds (6.6 x 12.5 cm, 6.8 x 12.5 cm, 6.8 x 12.5 cm)
Notes: Written in red ink on blue lined paper. Cream-colored, slightly yellowed paper. Watermarked in upper left corner of first side of leaf (building--?). Accompanying material: envelope, 12.9 x 7.7 cm.
Description of envelope:
Size: 12.9 x
Envelope (front): Postage stamp on upper right corner. Bottom left corner of stamp folded up. Green ink "cancellation" stamp to left of postage stamp states: ELIZABETHTOWN, DEC 27, MINN | "Mr: Christian Frautschi |Madison Wisconsin" appears in red ink on front middle. "18 unc.(?) / 78-JL." Appears in pencil on front bottom left
Envelope (verso): The following numbers appear in pencil, near right upper corner:
108/600 00 55.52
A slash appears between 55.52 and the rest.
appear near the middle.
About the Electronic Version:
Creation of machine-readable version: Megan
Phillips, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Conversion to TEI-conformant markup: Megan Phillips, University of Wisconsin-Madison
LIS839 Special Collections in the Digital Environment (Spring 2000)
Note: Page images have been included from the original source.
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Date(s) scanning: 4/10/00
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Letter from Jo Peter Frautschi to brother Christian Frautschi. Acknowledges death of Christian's child. Discussion of wife's suffering with diptheria and how she suppresses it. Discussion of heat wave and effects on harvest; births of Albert, Elise, and Herman Frautschi; and newly acquired prairieland.
Text of letter:
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Created: 14 April 2000
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