The papers (donor no. 143) were donated by Esther Everett in 1993.
The papers are open for research.
Your name, year»Lea Keohane, 1994. [EverettMildred.doc]
Fox was originally from
Scope and Content Note
Mildred Fox Everett papers date
from 1905 to 1908 and consist
of 4 items. Included are one letter from
the Fort Pierre, South Dakota, school board offering Fox a teaching job; a copy
of a lease; a typed interview between Fox and her daughter and son-in-law,
Alice and Vyron Truog; and a map of Stanley County, South Dakota, where Fox
lived. The lease by which Fox rented out
her land when she left
Charlotte Faxon papers
Charlotte Faxon Everett was Mildred Fox Everett's mother-in-law.
Beverly George Everett papers
Beverly Everett is Mildred Fox Everett's daughter-in-law, married to Lawrence Everett.
Folder no. Description
Letter from the Fort Pierre, South Dakota, Board of Education to Fox, 1905
Photocopied lease for the land Fox homesteaded, 1908
Eighteen-page interview between Mildred Fox Everett and Alice and Vyron Truog, undated