Link to digitized photos from folders 18-31a: "Louisiana Purchase Exposition, Saint Louis, 1904: ceremonies, buildings, pavilions, ethnic groups, miscellaneous exteriors" from the Jessie Tarbox Beals Photograph Collection.
Ida Fuller Ford joined her husband on his second tour of duty in the Philippines in 1906. They lived in Malabang on the island of Mindanao for two years. The collection includes drafts and an unpublished memoir of her time in the Philippines.
Howlett taught etiquette classes in the Philippines and Hawaii. She also wrote an etiquette column for the Manila Daily Bulletin. The collection includes her notes on etiquette, copies of her newspaper column from the 1920s, and photographs of classes.
Wolfson headed a Red Cross ambulance unit in France during World War I. She lived with her brother and parents in Manila, P.I., until, during and after World War II, and was a Republican National Committeewoman for the Philippine Islands, 1921-1947.
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