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A collection of correspondence and memorabilia from the Alfred H. Caine family. Alfred was the son of Utah Congressional delegate John T. Caine. He was employed by the House Coal Company and worked both in Coalville and Salt Lake City, Utah. He died in 1890 at the age of 30.
The bulk of the collection are two series of correspondence. One series contains letters written to him by his wife Margaret "Maggie" Mitchell Caine, his father John T. Caine, and his friends. The other series are letters written to his wife Maggie. Other than these letters the collection has a few items from their son Free Caine. This material primarily come from items he sent and received while on an L.D.S. mission to Japan.
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Alfred H. Caine papers, 1881-1890. (CAINE COLL MSS 16). Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives Department.
|1||1||Incoming correspondence to Alfred Caine from William Ottinger and J.A. Mitchell|
|1||2||Incoming correspondence from John T. Caine, Sr|
|1||3||Incoming correspondence to Alfred Caine from Margaret Mitchell Caine|
|1||4||Incoming correspondence to Margaret Mitchell Caine|
|1||5||Envelopes and stamps|
|1||Hand written English-Japanese dictionary belonging to Fred Caine|
|1||Photographs belong to Fred Caine|