Papers, 1899-1960 (inclusive).


Hull, Josephine, 1877-1957. Papers, 1899-1960 (inclusive).

Papers, 1899-1960 (inclusive).

Collection includes letters from and about Hull, published music scores by Hull, and photographs. Letters from Hull concern her activities in the theater, her marriage, the sudden death of her husband, and mutual friends. Other letters are to her biographer from friends and colleagues and contain reminiscences of Hull.

.25 linear ft.

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