These documents, which cover the period December 1897-August 1898, consist of letters from Lewis A. Miller (1863-1943) to his parents Lewis and Mary Valinda Miller and to his sister Mina Miller Edison. Included are letters written from Honolulu, in which Lewis discusses the impending annexation of Hawaii and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War. Various members of the influential Judd family, including longtime Chief Justice Albert F. Judd, are mentioned in these letters. Other topics include visits to Glenmont, the Edison home in West Orange; the death of Theodore W. Miller in Cuba; and the quarantine of John V. Miller at Montauk, New York. Courtesy of the Edison-Ford Winter Estates.