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Name Hottenstein, Mrs. E. Robert
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DeTurk - Letter

Mrs. Kenneth (Shirley) Kane, former resident on the DeTurk farmstead, replies to a Feb. 16, 1967, inquiry by Mrs. E. Robert Hottenstein of HPTBC on property details she may recall. In addition to this one-page letter of March 15, 1967, Mrs. Kane's second sheet is a copy of the original question list submitted by Mrs. Hottenstein. The third page contains Mrs. Kane's replies to the questions. "Letter No. 4" is printed in pencil in the upper right corner. This apparently refers to a series (numbered 1 to 6) of inquiries to various sources about the De Turk property made by Mrs. Hottenstein. Mrs. Hottenstein's original covering letter of February 16, 1967, has not been found.

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DeTurk - Letter

Letter in reply to HPTBC's Mrs. E. Robert Hottenstein from Donald D. Donohue, antique dealer of Falls Church VA, dated 08/01/1969. No copy of the letter from Mrs. Hottenstein has been found. "Letter No. 2" is printed in pencil in the upper right corner. This apparently refers to a series (numbered 1 to 6) of inquiries to various sources about the De Turk property made by Mrs. Hottenstein. The subject is the location of a door and its hardware from the first floor, south elevation of the DeTurk house, and the possibility of purchase by HPTBC. Mr. Donohue's reply is negative.

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DeTurk - Letter

Letter Aug 14, 1969, by Mrs. E. Robert Hottenstein in reply to the Aug. 1, 1969 letter from Donald D. Donohue. There is further discussion of the De Turk house door and its hardware, and the details necessary to have reproductions of these made if the originals cannot be purchased.

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DeTurk - Letter

Final letter, dated Feb. 13,1970, in reply to HPTBC's Mrs. E. Robert Hottenstein from Donald D. Donohue, antique dealer of Falls Church VA. No copy of the letter from Mrs. Hottenstein has been found. "Letter No. 3" is printed in pencil in the upper right corner. This apparently refers to a series (numbered 1 to 6) of inquiries to various sources about the DeTurk property made by Mrs. Hottenstein. The subject is the location of a door from the first floor, south elevation of the DeTurk house discussed in previous exchange of letters. Mr. Donohue indicates he can be of no further help in procuring the door from the current owners..

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DeTurk - Letter

Letter in reply to HPTBC's Mrs. E. Robert Hottenstein from Laurence A. De Turk of Kutztown. No copy of the letter from Mrs. Hottenstein has been found. "Letter No. 1" is printed in pencil in the upper right corner. This apparently refers to a series (numbered 1 to 6) of inquiries to various sources about the De Turk property made by Mrs. Hottenstein. The letter covers many aspects of DeTurk genealogy and local history in the area, topgether with details on the properties and buildings involved.

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DeTurk - Letter

Letter from PHMC, Eric deJonge, dated Apr 17, 1969, in reply to letter of inquiry from Mrs. J. Robert Hottenstein. Subjects include DeTurk house shutters and the possible loan for copying of the one in PHMC hands. He also indicates that the Dutch-Front door of the building is in private hands in Virginia or Washington D.C., and suggests corresponding with a Mr. R. T. Trump for more information. "Letter No. 6" is printed in pencil in the upper right corner. This apparently refers to a series (numbered 1 to 6) of inquiries to various sources about the DeTurk property made by Mrs. Hottenstein.

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DeTurk - Letter

Letter from Harold E. Yoder, Jr. of the Historical Society of Berks County, dated Feb. 13, 1970, in reply to a personal inquiry from Mrs. J. Robert Hottenstein. Subjects include shutters from the DeTurk house which the Society holds, and windows from elsewhere which were mistakenly displayed with them. "Letter No. 5" is printed in pencil in the upper right corner. This apparently refers to a series (numbered 1 to 6) of inquiries to various sources about the DeTurk property made by Mrs. Hottenstein.

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DeTurk - Report

Report of the Historical Research Committee of the Deturk House Council: the Chairperson was Mrs. E. Robert Hottenstein. The report is a comprehensive 20-page summary of the committee's investigations between Oct 1966 and Feb 13, 1970. The report itself is not dated, obviously post -2/13/1970. Subject matter includes details of property history, building construction, chronological list of owners, photos from various time periods, and the question of the building in which the 1742 Moravian Synod was held. Prior to the period of this committee's work, guidelines were established. They are represented in archives record DTTX7--1001.01.014. The entire report is available as a

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DeTurk - Letter

Letter from Library of Congress, David C. Mearns, Chief of Manuscripts, in reply to Mrs. Hottenstein with regard to Letters of [Moravian] Count Zinzendorf. He has forwarded a 4-page list from which specific documents can be loaned via interlibrary. That list is cataloged as 1001.01.020--DTTX9.

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DeTurk - Letter

Letter Hottenstein to Mearns , Library of Congress, thanking for Zinzendorf manuscript list,telling of follow-up with Rdg Library for copy. Hand-written note below typed letter indicating that documents sought could not be loaned out by L of C. Press "Related" button for other documents in this letter interchange.