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Appel, Charlotte W., circa 1886-1933



From the Collection:

In addition to Theodore Appel's correspondence and other materials, the collection includes diaries, notebooks, and daybooks of Charlotte Wolff Appel (1855 Feb 21 - 1940 Sep 29), his daughter, as well as a bound volume of transcripts, typed extracts from various notebooks owned by Theodore Appel, covering the years 1839 to 1903. The transcripts were done in 1939 under the supervision of Hugh Nevin, grandson of Theodore. A table of contents to the transcripts follows the inventory listing. There are additional photographs and publications of Theodore Appel available in the College Archives collection. --Correspondents of Note: Nevin, Theodore W. ;Schaff, Philip; Oliver, John H.; Wolff, Bernard C. ;Sartain, John; Wolff, George Dering;-- Subjects of Note: Franklin and Marshall College -- financial status, 1870's; Marshall College -- student life; seminary education; ministerial duties, 1840s to 50s; genealogy of Appel and Wolff Families; home remedies; Diagnothian Literary Society (Marshall College);astronomy; mathematics; Reformed Church -- Home Missions; domestic life, 1864-1833; china painting; Baltimore, Maryland -- 3rd German Reformed Church; European travel; college agent.


  • circa 1886-1933


Restrictions on Access

Access unrestricted.


From the Collection: 1.5 Linear feet (4 boxes)

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

Part of the Franklin and Marshall College Special Collections Repository

PO Box 3003
Lancaster PA 17604 United States