19 Fall (?) 1875, Letter from Johann Peter Frautschi to his brother Christian Frautschi
About the Original Manuscript:
19th of fall (?)1875, letter from Johann Peter Frautschi to his Brother
Original in University of Wisconsin-Madison. Max Kade Institute. Frautschi Letters
Letter begins: Dear Brother, I forgot to report to you that I did receive ...
Date: 19th of fall (?), 1875, Elisabeth
Published versions: none
Physical Description:  leaf, written on both sides of paper; 12.5 x 20.3 cm, envelope: 13.4 x 7.2 cm.
Notes: In German. Letter is written on both sides of paper. Paper is faintly ruled in blue. There is a distinct rule line approximately inch from the left margin of the paper. In blue ink. Cancellation mark on envelope.
About the Electronic Version:
Creation of machine-readable version: Edith
Hixon, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Conversion to TEI-conformant markup: Edith Hixon, University of Wisconsin-Madison
LIS839 Special Collections in the Digital Environment (Spring 2000)
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Johann Peter Frautschi informs his brother that he did receive
the bill of exchange. He further tells him not to address newspapers
to him since he leaves them at the post office. He states that
he has no use for American newspapers and that his mother did
not either. He believes that they are too secular. He says that
organizations open and close their meeting with prayers, but that
they capture poor people with their beguiling and misleading words.
Text of letter:
| German | English | SGML-encoded text |
Transliteration: Marcel Rotter
Translation: Fred Dingledy; (edited by) Annie Reinhardt and Suzanne Townley
Markup: Edith Hixon
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Created: 14 April 2000
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