Papers, 1849-1912.


Lewis, Evelyn Burrill, 1876-1966. Papers, 1849-1912.

Papers, 1849-1912.

Correspondence; Phi Beta Kappa charter, constitution, bylaws, and list of members (1912); University of Illinois Official List of the Instructional Force (1901-1902); high school annual (1892); three poems by Thomas J. Burrill; papers on Hudson's Bay Company and other topics; biographical sketches of Thomas J. Burrill and Evelyn Burrill Lewis; and other papers.

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