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- US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.35-18-of Box 18
- 14 July 1918
Has illustration, The Three Musketeers, by Lieutenant Herbert Morton Stoops, a former artist [on] The Tribune staff, now serving in France. The drawing shows three soldiers from the First World War, an American, an Englishman, and a Frenchman, walking through a desolate landscape, with a vision of a knight on horseback in the clouds.
- US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.35-13-of box 13
Memorandum book with notes on the German and French languages. Nurses' Bill and Receipt Book, now containing only the hand-written receipts, which date to between 1894 and 1898. 1875 Pocket Diary, used as an address book, notebook, and ledger. Small address book, with initials J.D.S. on front cover. Leather-bound notebook with pocket; notebook used as address book, notebook, and ledger; includes pressed leaf. Notebook with newspaper clippings of articles by J.D. Stoops (of Easthampton), and typescript and manuscript notes on the Prophets. Peninsula Annual Conference: Official Journal, 1951. Canada, My Home, by Grant Balfour. Views on and about Mt. Tom and of Mt. Tom Railroad, Holyoke, Mass.. Echoes of Silverado, by Guy Sparks; inscribed to J.D. Stoops by the author. A Book of Poetry, by Guy Sparks; inscribed by the author. The Handy Book of Synonyms, fifth edition (?), c. 1882. Rhapsody on Love, by Edwina Wills, '37; inscribed by the author to J.D. Stoops, in recognition of his 100th birthday. Black, cloth-bound notebook. Autograph book, with Mary E. Millner [sic], Charlottetown, May 20th, 1879 inscribed on the first front fly-leaf (first wife of J.D. Stoops); includes some pressed flowers.
- US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.35-16-of box 16
Photograph of J.D. Stoops with Mary Stevenson (relation?). Photograph of two women indoors, with J.D. Stoops seated and reflected in a mirror. Photographs of members of Stoops's family. Photographs of various people, both indentified and unidentified. Three tintypes of three men and three women in various groupings.
- US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.35-17-of box 17
Two photographs of the First Congregational Church in East Hampton, Massachusetts. Three photographs of the exterior of the parsonage at East Hampton, Massachusetts, home of J.D. and Mary Milner Stoops from 1901 to 1904; two photographs of the interior of the same house. Photographs of houses on the New Jersey shore (Ship Bottom and Beach Haven); some houses damaged by a storm. Photograph of street and buildings in East Hampton, Massachusetts, with First Congregational Church in background. Photograph of Memorial Hall at Harvard. Calendar, with February, 1907 visible, with photograph of two houses, including the parsonage at East Hampton, Massachusetts, home of J.D. and Mary Milner Stoops from 1901 to 1904. Photograph of four unidentified people at the rear of a house. Three photographs of houses, labelled Old House[?], Emerson[?] Home, and Alcott Home, respectively, in pencil on the reverse.
- US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.35-14-of box 14
Photographs of J.D. Stoops alone and with friends and family (including his brother, and first and second wives), in various locations, including East Hampton, Massachusetts, and Grinnell. Photggraph of Stoops printed on cloth. Several photographs of friends of Stoops without him. A few photographs of unidentified people without Stoops.
- US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.35-15-of box 15
Photographs of Mary E. Milner (sometimes Millner; first wife of J.D. Stoops), taken in various locations, including Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, and East Hampton, Massachusetts. Several photographs of unidentified people without Mary Milner