Doris Holmes Blake - Correspondence with Arthur Lake Holmes and Lucy Wentworth Holmes, January - April 1933
About the Project
While many things are different in 2020 than they were in 1933, one aspect of life will never change—the dynamic that exists between family members. This might take different shapes at different stages of life (parents shifting from giving care to needing it, and vice versa for children) and look differently for others than it does for ourselves, but the connection and desire for each other's well-being is a relatable facet of Doris Holmes Blake's correspondence with her parents. Join your fellow volunpeers in digging into their lives, and be touched by the genuine undercurrent of familial love that shapes these letters.