Title: Della (Moos) Schoepp Papers
Collection Number: MSS 11080
Quantity: .25 feet
Abstract: Papers include valentines, religious cards (some in the German language), birthday, Christmas, and sympathy cards, humorous Army post cards, a holiday V-Mail from Iceland 1943, and post cards of the Columbia River. February 2, 2011 accession consists of a school book from a geography class (ca 1940-1941) with hand drawn maps, valentines, anniversary, birthday and Christmas cards; the accession was donated by Lavonne Goss. Formerly Ephemera Collection 50670. Collection was made into a MSS February 2, 2011.
Provenance: Ephemera Collection 50670 was donated by Della Schoepp. Additional material was donated by Lavonne Goss in February 2011, and the collection was made into a Manuscript Collection. A gift agreement was signed by Goss on April 3, 2011. The finding aid was created by Emily E. Schultz in April 2011.
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BOX AND FOLDER INVENTORY
1 School work - drawings, tests, writings from a geography class, ca 1940-1941
2 V-Mail, 1943
3 Army and Columbia River Highway post card sets
5 Anniversary cards
6 Birthday cards
7 Christmas cards
8 Sympathy cards
9 Biblical cards and material
10 Cards, etc. in the German language
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