Hendrik Christian Andersen Papers 1844-1940 (bulk 1890-1920)

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Hendrik Christian Andersen Papers, 1844-1940, (bulk 1890-1920)

Hendrik Christian Andersen Papers 1844-1940 (bulk 1890-1920)

Author and sculptor. Correspondence, diaries, notebooks, poetry, lectures, family papers, drawings, and photographs relating primarily to Andersen's interest in the arts and in the creation of a world capital. Also includes correspondence, diaries, notebooks, and writings of his sister-in-law, Olivia Cushing Andersen.

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