Harold Fowler McCormick papers, 1892-1947.


McCormick, Harold Fowler, 1872-1941. Harold Fowler McCormick papers, 1892-1947.

Harold Fowler McCormick papers, 1892-1947.

Papers of McCormick, a Chicago industrialist with the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company and the International Harvester Company; consisting of correspondence, notes, business records, appointment books, speeches, clippings, and printed items. These concern financial interests, civic groups, personal and family life, and his publicized peace plan during World War I. Of his business activities the Belle City Malleable Iron Company is best documented. A small portion of the collection consists of papers of his daughter, Muriel, documenting her interest in postwar relief work, the theater, and Chicago grand opera.

36.7 c.f. (91 archives boxes and 1 v.)




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