Letter to Emily Wilson from Assistant Secretary, Ida Brosch April 19th, 1926, with Copy of Letter from Emily Wilson to Harral Ayres Enclosed

Item

Title

Letter to Emily Wilson from Assistant Secretary, Ida Brosch April 19th, 1926, with Copy of Letter from Emily Wilson to Harral Ayres Enclosed

Description

Two letters. First form Ida Brosch to Emily L. Wilson acknowledging receipt of her letters and promising to hold them for Ayres. Second letter from Emily L. Wilson to Ayres laying out her findings concerning location of Saint Augustine and forts in city during Spanish and English occupations, as well as location of various trails traveled by occupiers and natives..

Contributor

Wilson, Emily L., Miss (Librarian, St. Augustine Institute of Science and Historical Society - 280 St. George Street, St. Augustine, Florida)

Spatial Coverage

United States
St. Johns County (Florida)
St. Johns River (Florida)
Florida
St. Augustine (Florida)
Dixie Highway
Florida East Coast
Picolata (Florida)
Matanzas (Cuba)
St. Helena
Choctaw Territory
Tuscaloosa (Alabama)
Maria Sanchez Creek (Florida)
Point Buena Esperanza (Florida)
San Antonio (Texas)
San Sebastian River (Florida)
Wildwood Park (Florida)
Picolata (Florida)
Tampa (Florida)
Palatke (Florida)
Anastasia Island (Florida)
Cano of Selony (Florida)
Apalache (Florida)
Havana (Cuba)
Pensacola (Florida)
Mobile (Alabama)
Balizada (Florida)
Timouka River (Florida)
Jacksonville (Florida)
New Smyrna (Florida)
Duval County Line (Florida)

Temporal Coverage

1926-04

Creator

Brosch, Ida (Assistant Secretary, OST Association)
Wilson. Emily L., Miss (Librarian, St. Augustine Historical Society)

Date

1926-04-19

Identifier

SC17_01_13_263 Letter to Emily Wilson from Assistant Secretary, Ida Brosch April 19th, 1926, with Copy of Letter from Emily Wilson to Harral Ayres Enclosed

uri

http://dspace.stmarytx.edu:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/1761

Extent

8.5 x 11 inches

Medium

Paper

Language

en-us

Subject

Wilson, Emily L., Miss (Librarian, Historical Society of St. Augustine - St. Augustine, Florida)
Brosch, Ida, Miss (Assistant Secretary, OST Association)
Ayres, Harral B. (Managing Director, President 1933~, OST Association)
Dickenson, Johnathan (Historical Figure)
Nicolas, San (Saint)
Geronimo, San (Saint)
Ponce de Leon, Juan (Historical Figure)
Bolton, Herbert E. (Professor)
Ross, Miss
Connor, Mrs.
Caceres, Dr.
de Mendez, Gonzales Canso (Governor -- Historical Figure)
Perez, Roque, Capt. (Historical Figure)
de Florencia, Diego, Ensign (Historical Figure)
Elliots, Mr.
Grant, Mr. (Governor)
Lowery, Woodbury (Author)
Arredondo (Engineer -- Historical Figure)
Palma (Historical Figure)
Palmer (Historical Figure)
Florez, Alvaro (Historical Figure)
Ross, Miss
Drake, Francis (English Privateer -- Historical Figure)
Conors, Mrs.
Caceres, Dr.
Perez, Roque, Capt. (Historical Figure)
de Florencia, Diego, Ensign (Historical Figure)
Grant, Mr. (Governor)
Elliots, Mr. (Plantation Owner)
St. Augustine Institute of Science and Historical Society (St. Augustine, Florida)
Old Spanish Trail Association
Gunter Hotel (San Antonio, Texas)
Library of Congress (Washington, D.C.)
Franciscan Missions
Library of Congress Manuscript Division
Spanish history
Spanish heritage
Spanish Government
roads
competing routes
Native peoples
forts
maps
publications
pamphlets/booklets
settlements
trails
pine
oak
research

Type

Letters