This collection consists of writings by Elizabeth Corbett. It includes both correspondence between Corbett and servicemen in Korea who advertised in newspapers requesting letters, and correspondence between Elizabeth Corbett and Laura E. Burmeister. Many of these letters include poems by Corbett and newspaper clippings. The correspondence between Corbett and Burmeister is generally about Corbett's daily life. She often makes references to the Model School, which both Corbett and Burmeister attended. In addition to information about the lives of servicemen in Korea, this collection contains information about the declining state of the newspaper business and newspaper strikes (1.22, 2.11) in the United States.