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Edith Franklin Wyatt Papers, 1894-1968
Correspondence of Chicago writer and social activist Edith Franklin Wyatt, plus drafts of works, contracts, scrapbooks, clippings and mementos.
Hilsabeck family papers
Correspondence, teaching materials, printed materials, newspaper clippings, photographs, financial records, and other papers of the Hilsabeck family. A majority of the papers document Emily Hilsabeck, a children's book reviewer and teacher at the Chicago Home for Girls. Emily Hilsabeck was an act...
Richard V. Carpenter collection of letters by Chicago authors
Letters (13 letters, a few with envelopes) to Richard V. Carpenter, a judge in Belvidere (Ill.), from authors who had lived in Chicago, recalling the places where they resided in and near the city, their associates, and the areas of the city that appeared in their works. Some letters also thank C...
Tolstoy Family collection, 1905-1933
The Tolstoy family collection consists of one letter from Count Leo Tolstoy to Crosby dated February 12, 1905. It also includes material about his youngest daughter Alexandra including her correspondence with Jane Addams from 1930-1933, a lecture flyer, and three newspaper clippings. These items ...