Ada PeirceMcCormick papers, 1881-1978 (bulk 1920-1974)

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Ada Peirce McCormick papers, 1881-1978 (bulk 1920-1974)

Ada PeirceMcCormick papers, 1881-1978 (bulk 1920-1974)

The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence to and fromAda Peirce McCormick relating to her family, friends and business ventures. Ofparticular interest are the letters contained in the Correspondence, CabotFiles and Tarbell Files series as they provide insight into the attitudes,character and pursuits of Ada Peirce McCormick and provide a good source ofbiographical material.

54 linear feet

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McCormick, Ada Peirce, 1888-1974.

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Social activist, author, editor of Letter Magazine (Tucson, Arizona), and founder of the Little Chapel of All Nations. From the description of Papers of Ada Peirce McCormick, 1881-1978 (1920-1974). (University of Arizona). WorldCat record id: 41535960 Ada Stetson Peirce was born in Bangor, Maine, on March 28, 1888, to Mellen C. and Ann Hayford Peirce. The youngest of four children, she grew up in a prosperous and conservative environment. Ada's post-secondary ed...