Rathbone, Elizabeth Adams, 1837-1923
- Existence: 1837-1923
- Existence: 1837 - 1923
Vice Regent for Michigan (1885-1918), Mrs. Joshua Henry Rathbone
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Has been organizing lady managers in Michigan, between forty and fifty of them. Hopes for good results. Wants to know what her state could undertake at the Mansion – the stairway or cupola. Her idea for cupola is to have four of the windows have stained glass pictures illustrating some scene from Washington’s life, and the other four be plain glass.
A.L.S. Writes to inquire if they may keep the framed deed of land of Augustine Washington which included Mount Vernon. Some members of Council thought the asking price too high, but it is very important to them. Would he consider changing the price. RM-524, ER-4311
A.L.S. Ann Arbor. Re purchase of Washington mirror, furniture ordered for Mrs. Washington's parlor, writing desk, Smyrna rug, curtains, set of Chippendale furniture, and two arm chairs upholstered in Louis XVI damask. W-102, W-106
Writings on Mount Vernon; Booklets, “The Mount Vernon Society of Detroit Michigan,” and “What Michigan Has Done for Mount Vernon"