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Box Misc. MS Box 3

 Container

Contains 11 Results:

John F. Schrank Letters, 1918 March 15

 File — Box: Misc. MS Box 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: Letter 7
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains letters from John F. Schrank, who in 1912 attempted to assassinate President Theodore Roosevelt, to his doctor, Dr. Adin Sherman, during 1914-1918 when Schrank was committed to the Central State Hospital for the Criminally Insane in Waupun, Wisconsin. Schrank's letters contain his gratitude for and desire to maintain his friendship with Dr. Sherman, his commentary on World War I, and general observations and revelations on the current status of his life. A selection...
Dates: 1918 March 15

John F. Schrank Letters, 1918 April 12

 File — Box: Misc. MS Box 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: Letter 8
Scope and Contents

Easter Greeting to Dr. Adin Sherman with envelope postmarked April 12, 1918. Copy of visitation rules for Central State Hospital for the Insane.

Dates: 1918 April 12

John F. Schrank Letters, 1918 July 31

 File — Box: Misc. MS Box 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: Letter 9
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains letters from John F. Schrank, who in 1912 attempted to assassinate President Theodore Roosevelt, to his doctor, Dr. Adin Sherman, during 1914-1918 when Schrank was committed to the Central State Hospital for the Criminally Insane in Waupun, Wisconsin. Schrank's letters contain his gratitude for and desire to maintain his friendship with Dr. Sherman, his commentary on World War I, and general observations and revelations on the current status of his life. A selection...
Dates: 1918 July 31

John F. Schrank Letters, 1918 August 24

 File — Box: Misc. MS Box 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: Letter 10
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains letters from John F. Schrank, who in 1912 attempted to assassinate President Theodore Roosevelt, to his doctor, Dr. Adin Sherman, during 1914-1918 when Schrank was committed to the Central State Hospital for the Criminally Insane in Waupun, Wisconsin. Schrank's letters contain his gratitude for and desire to maintain his friendship with Dr. Sherman, his commentary on World War I, and general observations and revelations on the current status of his life. A selection...
Dates: 1918 August 24

John F. Schrank Letters, 1918 September 18

 File — Box: Misc. MS Box 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: Letter 11
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains letters from John F. Schrank, who in 1912 attempted to assassinate President Theodore Roosevelt, to his doctor, Dr. Adin Sherman, during 1914-1918 when Schrank was committed to the Central State Hospital for the Criminally Insane in Waupun, Wisconsin. Schrank's letters contain his gratitude for and desire to maintain his friendship with Dr. Sherman, his commentary on World War I, and general observations and revelations on the current status of his life. A selection...
Dates: 1918 September 18

John F. Schrank Letters, 1918 September 27

 File — Box: Misc. MS Box 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: Letter 12
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains letters from John F. Schrank, who in 1912 attempted to assassinate President Theodore Roosevelt, to his doctor, Dr. Adin Sherman, during 1914-1918 when Schrank was committed to the Central State Hospital for the Criminally Insane in Waupun, Wisconsin. Schrank's letters contain his gratitude for and desire to maintain his friendship with Dr. Sherman, his commentary on World War I, and general observations and revelations on the current status of his life. A selection...
Dates: 1918 September 27

John F. Schrank Letters, 1918 October 11

 File — Box: Misc. MS Box 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: Letter 13
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains letters from John F. Schrank, who in 1912 attempted to assassinate President Theodore Roosevelt, to his doctor, Dr. Adin Sherman, during 1914-1918 when Schrank was committed to the Central State Hospital for the Criminally Insane in Waupun, Wisconsin. Schrank's letters contain his gratitude for and desire to maintain his friendship with Dr. Sherman, his commentary on World War I, and general observations and revelations on the current status of his life. A selection...
Dates: 1918 October 11

John F. Schrank Letters, 1918 November 22

 File — Box: Misc. MS Box 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: Letter 14
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains letters from John F. Schrank, who in 1912 attempted to assassinate President Theodore Roosevelt, to his doctor, Dr. Adin Sherman, during 1914-1918 when Schrank was committed to the Central State Hospital for the Criminally Insane in Waupun, Wisconsin. Schrank's letters contain his gratitude for and desire to maintain his friendship with Dr. Sherman, his commentary on World War I, and general observations and revelations on the current status of his life. A selection...
Dates: 1918 November 22

John F. Schrank Letters, 1918 December 01

 File — Box: Misc. MS Box 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: Letter 15
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains letters from John F. Schrank, who in 1912 attempted to assassinate President Theodore Roosevelt, to his doctor, Dr. Adin Sherman, during 1914-1918 when Schrank was committed to the Central State Hospital for the Criminally Insane in Waupun, Wisconsin. Schrank's letters contain his gratitude for and desire to maintain his friendship with Dr. Sherman, his commentary on World War I, and general observations and revelations on the current status of his life. A selection...
Dates: 1918 December 01

John F. Schrank Letters, 1918 December 26

 File — Box: Misc. MS Box 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: Letter 16
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains letters from John F. Schrank, who in 1912 attempted to assassinate President Theodore Roosevelt, to his doctor, Dr. Adin Sherman, during 1914-1918 when Schrank was committed to the Central State Hospital for the Criminally Insane in Waupun, Wisconsin. Schrank's letters contain his gratitude for and desire to maintain his friendship with Dr. Sherman, his commentary on World War I, and general observations and revelations on the current status of his life. A selection...
Dates: 1918 December 26