Edward L. and Elizabeth Marvin Treat Curial Correspondence Collection
Scope and Contents
The collection contains correspondence between and received by Edward L. Curial and his future wife, Elizabeth Marvin Treat. Correspondence in 1880 was received by Edward Curial and is, primarily, from his parents. Correspondence between 1882-1883 was received by Elizabeth Curial from Edward Curial. Correspondence between 1911 and 1912 was sent by the Curial's daughter, Mary, to her parents.
The collection is open and available for research.
Restrictions on Use
Permission to publish from these Papers must be obtained in writing from both the University of Connecticut Libraries and the owner(s) of the copyright.
Elizabeth Marvin Treat Curial was born 22 September 1849 in New Haven, Connecticut. Her future husband, Edward L. Curial, was born in 1845 in Anoka, Minnesota, the son of Mary S. and Nathan W. Curial, a businessman and jeweler. Edward was a lawyer by profession, and the collection contains letters he received from family and friends when he was living and working in New York. He moved back to Anoka to work in the firm of D. S. Bugbee, and the collection contains letters he wrote to Elizabeth during this period, at which time she was living in New Haven. After their marriage on 29 May 1883, the Curials lived in Anoka for the remainder of their lives. Their daughter Mary attended art school in New Haven, and her letters to her parents are contained in their papers. Edward Curial died in 1930 and Elizabeth Curial died in 1941.
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Language of Materials
The collection contains correspondence between and received by Edward L. Curial and his future wife, Elizabeth Marvin Treat.
The collection is arranged chronologically.
Series I: Correspondence (1880-1912)
The collection was purchased in 2006.
- Edward L. and Elizabeth Marvin Treat Curial Correspondence Collection
- Archives & Special Collections staff
- 2008 May
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