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Hitchcock family papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSC-165
Content Description Letters sent from Ethan Allen Hitchcock, U.S. Ambassador to the Imperial Russian Court to his brother Henry Hitchcock, July 11, 1897–January 30, 1899; Letters sent from Margaret and Anne Hitchcock to Sarah Hitchcock Shepley, Isabel and an uncle, from St. Petersburg, July 27, 1897–October 2, 1898, describing their daily life and social activities.

Dr. Nathaniel M. Sims collection of Sims and Hitchcock family papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSC-354
Overview This collection consists of correspondence, logbooks, photographs, publications, and other papers relating to the Sims and Hitchcock families, particularly Admiral William S. Sims, his wife Anne Hitchcock Sims, and her father Ethan Allen Hitchcock. These papers detail the families’ personal lives and relationships as well as the careers of Adm. Sims and Ethan Allen Hitchcock.

William S. Sims papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSC-168
Content Description Personal letters sent to his parents, siblings, friend Jones and his wife, Anne Hitchcock Sims, 1882–1925; Letters received from Navy Department regarding assignment; Letters comment on travels, places visited, family matters, politics and rebellions in the Caribbean, ship’s movements, health, social life in port, shipboard life, Hawaiian politics, life in Paris, France, French lessons, Sino-Japanese War, position as Naval Attaché in Paris and St. Petersburg, travels through Europe, criticism...