Telegram to Edna Ingels, April 24, 1919

Title

Telegram to Edna Ingels, April 24, 1919

Subject

Fritz, Edna Ingels, 1892-1984
College of Industrial Arts; Texas Woman's University;

Description

Clothing and textiles instructor at the College of Industrial Arts (C.I.A.), Denton, 1917-1922. First president of Denton Branch American Association of University Women (AAUW). Active in Business and Professional Women. Married George L. Fritz. Born October 15, 1892. Died July 26, 1982.
Telegram to Edna Ingels stating that her brother James had arrived at Camp Upton in Long Island after having been stationed in France. The telegram is dated April 24th, 1919.

Creator

Fritz, Edna Ingels

Date

4/24/1919

Contributor

Ingels, James

Rights

Materials may not be used without permission. For further information, please contact (940) 898-3751 or womenshistory@twu.edu;

Type

Telegrams
Images

Identifier

MSS031c_telegram_19190424

Is Part Of

MSS 031c, Edna Ingels Fritz Papers.

Spatial Coverage

Denton (Tex.)

Accrual Method

Gift;

Provenance

Fritz, John

Rights Holder

Woman's Collection, Texas Woman's University, P.O. Box 425528, Denton, TX 76204.

Text

Western Union Telegram

RECEIVED AT
10DAW 7

DA NEWYORK NY 627A APRIL 24 1919

MISS EDNA INGLES
CIA DENTON TEXAS

JAMES INGLES ARRIVED TEMPORARILY CAMPUPTON WELL WRITING
THE SALVATION ARMY WAR DEPT
XXX 817A

Files

MSS031c_telegram_19190424.jpg

Citation

Fritz, Edna Ingels, “Telegram to Edna Ingels, April 24, 1919,” TWU Digital Exhibits, accessed June 18, 2024, http://exhibits.twu.edu/ex/items/show/179.