Papers, 1766-1962 (inclusive).

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Dummer, Ethel Sturges, 1866-1954. Papers, 1766-1962 (inclusive).

Papers, 1766-1962 (inclusive).

Correspondence, speeches, photos, reports, minutes, and articles document Dummer's efforts on behalf of juvenile delinquents, prostitutes, and illegitimate children, as well as her interest in progressive education and Chicago public schools and her work with leaders of the mental hygiene movement. Included is correspondence with her daughter, Ethel Mintzer, director of the Francis W. Parker School in San Diego, and such sociologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and educators as Jane Addams, Havelock Ellis, Sigmund Freud, Jessie Hodder, Karen Horney, Julia Lathrop, Norman Thomas, Miriam Van Waters, and others. Fisher's papers include her correspondence with her husband and others, a note from Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter, records of the LWV of Winnetka, IL, and poetry. Collection also includes 18th and 19th century letters and documents of the Sturges and Dummer families.

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