Papers of Neeta Marquis, 1862-1957.

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Marquis, Neeta. Papers of Neeta Marquis, 1862-1957.

Papers of Neeta Marquis, 1862-1957.

The bulk of the collection consists of Neeta Marquis's personal and business correspondence. There are also letters from the Civil War and early California (1870s) by Neeta Marquis's parents, John Fenelon Marquis and Neeta Jane Haile Marquis. Correspondents represented in the collection include: Louis Adamic, Hartley Burr Alexander, Reginald Barker, Earl Derr Biggers, Don Blanding, Bliss Carman, Stephen Chalmers, Robert Glass Cleland, Upton Close, Sam T. Clover, Thomas Y. Crowell, Homer Croy, Robert H. Davis, Estelle Doheny, John Foster Dulles, John Chipman Farrar, Hildegarde Flanner, Hermann Hagedorn, W.D. Hoffman, Margaret Hosmer, Rupert Hughes, Joseph Henry Jackson, George Wharton James, Will James, Helen Keller, Charles Fletcher Lummis, John Russell McCarthy, John Steven McGroarty, Seumas MacManus, Carey McWilliams, H.L. Mencken, Bailey Millard, Anne Shannon Monroe, Dorothea Moore, Ted Olson, Dorothy Parker, Lawrence Clark Powell, Eleanor Roosevelt, Carl Sandburg, Hazel Snell Schreiber, Norma Shearer, Upton Sinclair, Charles A. Siringo, Pauline Stiles, Harriet Williams Russell Strong, Jim Tully, Sir Hugh Walpole, and Louise Ward Watkins.

3,500 pieces.16 boxes.

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