Mary C. Bromage papers, 1862-1994 (bulk 1923-1980).

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Bromage, Mary Cogan. Mary C. Bromage papers, 1862-1994 (bulk 1923-1980).

Mary C. Bromage papers, 1862-1994 (bulk 1923-1980).

The Mary C. Bromage collection includes both her papers and earlier collected papers of family members. The Mary C. Bromage collection has been divided into five series: Correspondence, Family History, Newspaper Editorials, Photographs, and Topical. The Family History series (.3 linear feet; 1862-1989) consists of information that Mary C. Bromage had gathered and saved about her family. It contains a diary written by her grandfather in 1862 and information on Sarah Edith Ives, her physician mother from 1892 to 1983, and her father Reverend, James J. Cogan from 1931 to 1980. The Correspondence series (.7 linear feet; 1923-1993) contains many letters from her husband, Arthur Bromage, especially while serving in the military during World War II and relating to his work with the Regional Military Government Detachment for Bavaria. There are also letters from family members, friends and acquaintances. The Newspaper Editorials series (3 folders and 6 bound volumes; 1950-1954) is composed of bound volumes of Bromage's editorials for the Ann Arbor News. The Photograph series (.5 linear feet; 1891-1988) includes pictures of her mother, her husband while in the military, and group photos of seminars which she or her husband conducted. The final series, Topical (2 linear feet; 1923-1994), contains general material about the variety of activities in which Bromage participated. Included are book reviews of Bromage's writings, information collected while she was writing her book on DeValera (autographs from two Irish presidents and an Irish Nationalist leader as well as her notes and diary while she resided), her notes on her unpublished writings and short stories, and material that Bromage used in teaching at the University of Michigan and in the seminars that she conducted.

4 linear ft.

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Ives, Sarah Edith.

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Cogan, James L.

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Bromage, Arthur W. (Arthur Watson), 1904-1979

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Professor of political science at the University of Michigan, specialist in problems of municipal government and administration. From the description of Arthur W. Bromage papers, 1917-1979 (bulk 1935-1975). (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34419179 Arthur Watson Bromage was born in East Windsor, Connecticut on February 27, 1904. He attended Enfield High School in Connecticut from 1917 to 1921. His undergraduate education took place at Wesleyan Unive...

Bromage, Mary Cogan.

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Mary C. Bromage was an author of monographs on Irish history and on the topic of written communication. She was a lecturer in the University of Michigan Department of English and a professor of written communication in the University of Michigan School of Business Administration. From the description of Mary C. Bromage papers, 1862-1994 (bulk 1923-1980). (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34422840 Mary Cogan Bromage (1907-1995), college professor, graduated from R...

De Valera, √Čamon 1882-1975

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Prime minister of Ireland, 1937-1948, 1951-1954, and 1957-1959; president of Ireland, 1959-1973. From the description of Eamonn de Valera speech, 1945. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867571 President of the Executive Council of the Irish Free State. From the description of Letter, March 3, 1932. (State Historical Society of North Dakota State Archives). WorldCat record id: 17732739 Irish statesman. De Valera participated in re...