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Anita McCormick Blaine correspondence and papers, 1828-1958

Blaine, Anita McCormick

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  • Format Mixed Materials
  • Physical Details
    • 395.4 cubic feet (984 archives boxes, 9 volumes, and 1 oversize folder)
  • Arrangement Organized in two series: 1E consists of incoming letters, reports, pamphlets, and other items received by Mrs. Blaine, 1828-1957; 2E dates 1871-1958, and consists of Mrs. Blaine's outgoing letters and writings, address and memoranda books, photographs, and other papers. Included are newsclippings about her, In Series 1E, the papers are alphabetical by individual or subject, In Series 2E, the outgoing correspondence is chronological, followed by the other materials grouped by document type
  • OCLC ocn145787559
  • Finding Aids
    • Register
    • Also described in Guide to the McCormick Collection, Margaret R. Hafstad, ed., Madison: 1973

Summary

  • Correspondence and other papers of Anita McCormick Blaine, a Chicago philanthropist, consisting of letters, telegrams, and summaries of telephone conversations; reports of committees, boards, and organizations; speeches, essays, and random notes; financial statements and ledgers; clippings; and photographs; concerning her absorbing interests in education, improvement in social and economic conditions, international understanding, and world peace, and her relations with members of the McCormick family and their friends.

Notes

  • Paralleling these files are those in the Anita McCormick Blaine additions in Series 5E.