Frances Sage Bradley papers, 1893-1965.


Frances Sage Bradley papers, 1893-1965.

The collection consists of the papers of Frances Sage Bradley and her husband Horace Bradley from 1893-1965. The papers include correspondence, consisting largely of letters concerning Dr. Frances Bradley's Children's Bureau work, especially in Arkansas and Montana, and publication of her stories in various periodicals, clippings, certificates, material relating to Dr. Bradley's Red Cross appointment in France in 1918, and a collection of French war and travel posters; photographs dealing with her public health work in rural areas of the southern and western U.S., and manuscripts of her short stories and her unfinished autobiography. Materials associated with Horace Bradley include books designed by the artist and some of his original sketches and printed drawings, and miscellaneous material. The collection also includes photographs of Horace and Frances Bradley and their children, medals awarded to Horace Bradley from Georgia State Agricultural Society for the Cotton States International Exposition for best Memory Map and to Florence Bradley from the Special Libraries Association; and Frances Bradley's diploma from Cornell.

1.5 linear ft. (3 boxes and 2 OP)

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