• Creator Names Dean, Emily Washburn, 1870-1958.
  • Title Emily Washburn Dean papers [manuscript], 1902-1957.
  • Physical description 0.5 linear ft.
  • Collection summary Correspondence, printed materials, and other papers reflecting Mrs. Dean's activities in the fields of social service and politics, including her candidacy for Cook County Commissioner (1922) and campaigning for Cermak against Thompson for Mayor of Chicago (1931), for President Hoover, for C. Wayland Brooks for Governor, and for Wendell Wilkie. Organizations represented include the Juvenile Protective Association of Chicago, 1936-1957); Illinois Society for Mental Hygiene, 1918-1957; the Illinois Republican Women's Club, 1920s-1940s; and Woman's Roosevelt Club, supporting Theodore Roosevelt, 1902.
  • Biographical or Historical Note She was Mrs. George Robinson Dean.
  • Acquisition information Gift of Ada B. Huncke in June 1959 (M1959.0193).
  • Finding Aids Note Descriptive inventory available.
  • Names
    • Dean, Emily Washburn, 1870-1958 Archives.
    • Juvenile Protective Association of Chicago.
    • Illinois Republican Women's Club.
    • Illinois Society for Mental Hygiene.
    • Republican Party (Ill.)
    • Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
    • Woman's Roosevelt Club (Illinois)
    • Juvenile Protective Association of Chicago.
    • Illinois Republican Women's Club.
    • Illinois Society for Mental Hygiene.
    • Woman's Roosevelt Club (Illinois)
  • Subjects
    • Elections Illinois Chicago 20th century.
    • Juvenile delinquency Illinois Chicago Prevention.
    • Women Political activity Illinois Chicago 20th century.
    • Women social reformers United States 20th century.
  • Geographic coverage Illinois Politics and government 1865-1950.
  • Geographic name United States Illinois Cook County Chicago.