Papers, 1874-1976 (bulk 1911-1951).


Papers, 1874-1976 (bulk 1911-1951).

Papers, consisting of a biographical file, 1930-1959; letters received, 1911-1964 and undated; press clippings, ca. 1924-1970; political and campaign documents, 1924-1965; photographs; and personal miscellany, including a record of wedding presents received. Accompanying Sharp's papers are a travel journal, 1927 and 1931, and estate papers, 1958-1959, of her husband W. Howard Sharp (1891-1958); letters, 1899-1928, sent by Sharp and others to her mother Ina Parkinson (d. 1929); letters, 1927-1942, sent to her sister Margarita (Parkinson) Campbell (from the latter's husband Harry Campbell and her mother Ina Parkinson); and miscellaneous other family papers.

.8 cubic ft. (2 boxes, 1 oversize folder)


SNAC Resource ID: 6694559

Rutgers University

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