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Diary aboard Queen Elizabeth May 28-June 4 1948
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written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "European trip, corres., memoirs, 1948") (Swarthmore, PA) (1948) , 32 page(s)
Written as a letter, sent to Betty in Geneva. Brinton and Elma Greenwood traveled on the Queen Elizabeth from New York City to Southampton, England, and then to London. Long description of her luggage, room on the ship. Found Louisa Jacob and Kathleen Regen on the boat. Description of the types of people on th...
written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "European trip, corres., memoirs, 1948") (Swarthmore, PA) (1948) , 32 page(s)
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Diary European Trip May - November 1948
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written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 3, No Folder) (Swarthmore, PA) (1948) , 180 page(s)
This diary partially overlaps the account of the trip of Ellen Starr Brinton on the Queen Elizabeth and at the Friends House in London found in a previous document, which was sent to Betty in Geneva. Frequently mentions Elma, her traveling companion. Also often mentions the following organizations and meetings:...
written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 3, No Folder) (Swarthmore, PA) (1948) , 180 page(s)
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Diary June - August 1937
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written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 3, No Folder) (Swarthmore, PA) (1937) , 80 page(s)
Brinton’s trip throughout Western Europe. Brinton took the Queen Mary to England, traveling mainly with Deborah (Brinton?). Her diary entries are mainly descriptions of sightseeing, dinners with acquaintances, and Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom meetings. Mentions meetings for Women’s I...
written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 3, No Folder) (Swarthmore, PA) (1937) , 80 page(s)
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Letter from Ellen Brinton to Ella Kulka, December 18, 1939
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written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) (18 December 1939) , 1 page(s)
written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) (18 December 1939) , 1 page(s)
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Letter from Ellen Brinton to Emily Balch, April 28, 1939
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written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) (28 April 1939) , 2 page(s)
Brinton sent Balch letters from the Kulka family as well as papers from the Frommer family from Budapest, asking for aid in persuading the US Consul to get them visas. Brinton notes that the problem in attaining visas is quota numbers, rather than relationships in the US or finances. The Kulkas have not arrive...
written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) (28 April 1939) , 2 page(s)
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Letter from Ellen Brinton to Emily Balch,  April 28, 1941
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written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) (28 April 1941) , 2 page(s)
written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) (28 April 1941) , 2 page(s)
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Letter from Ellen Brinton to Emily Balch, February 3, 1939
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written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) , 2 page(s)
written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) , 2 page(s)
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Letter from Ellen Brinton to Emily Balch, February 9, 1939
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written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) , 2 page(s)
Written from Nerberth, Pennsylvania. Brinton agrees to sign for Ella Kulka and to find someone to sign for her cousin, in order to get them to America by the springtime. Brinton asks whether to send the papers to Balch or to Czechoslovakia. Refugees from Nazism.
written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) , 2 page(s)
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Letter from Ellen Brinton to Emily Balch, March 6, 1940
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written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) , 2 page(s)
Brinton is concerned for Ella Kulka who faces a long delay in getting an American visa. Brinton thinks she should start looking elsewhere. Rosa Kulka now has Mrs. Lewis’s papers and hopes to see Brinton and Balch soon, but is still uneasy about ever getting to the US. The Kulkas have not heard from their famil...
written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) , 2 page(s)
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Letter from Ellen Brinton to Emily Balch, October 7, 1940
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written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) , 2 page(s)
written by Ellen Starr Brinton, 1886-1954, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) , 2 page(s)
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