Papers of the Hamilton family, 1879-1947 (inclusive).

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Hamilton family. Papers of the Hamilton family, 1879-1947 (inclusive).

Papers of the Hamilton family, 1879-1947 (inclusive).

Collection contains correspondence, financial papers, photographs, miscellaneous notes, and sketches. The bulk of the correspondence dates from the 1920s and 1930s; it is arranged by writer, although most folders also contain some letters to the writer. Some letters are fragments only. Photographs are for the most part unidentified, and a substantial portion of the notes is nearly indecipherable.

.83 linear ft. (2 file boxes, 2 folio folders)

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Scattergood, Alfred Garrett, 1878-1954.

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Browning, Robert, 1812-1889

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Hamilton, Alice, 1869-1970

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Landsberg, Clara, 1873-1966.

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Smith, Mary Rozet, -1934

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Hull-House (Chicago, Ill.)

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Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

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Hamilton, Norah, 1873-1945.

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Norah Hamilton, artist, was born in Ft. Wayne, Ind., the sister of physician and social reformer Alice Hamilton and writer and educator Edith Hamilton. After studying at the Art Students' League in New York, she spent two years in Europe, studying with James McNeill Whistler and others. She suffered a breakdown while in her twenties and was thereafter periodically incapacitated. She continued to work as an artist, however, illustrating several of Jane Addams's books and her sister Alice's autobi...

Hamilton, Margaret, 1871-1969.

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Parson, Charlotte.

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Hamilton family.

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The branch of the Hamiltons represented in this collection is the family of Montgomery Hamilton and Gertrude (Pond) Hamilton and their five children, Edith, Alice, Margaret, Norah, and Arthur. From the description of Papers of the Hamilton family, 1879-1947 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 500858572 ...

Hamilton, Mary Neal, d. 1965.

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Addams, Jane, 1860-1935

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Linn, James Weber, 1876-1939

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Norment, Caroline G.

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Hamilton, Edith, 1867-1963

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Classicist (Bryn Mawr College, A.B. and A.M., 1894), Hamilton was headmistress of the Bryn Mawr School in Baltimore (1896-1922), and an author and translator of numerous books, including The Greek Way (1930) and The Roman Way (1932). From the description of Papers, 1922-1961 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122565735 ...

Hamilton, Gertrude Pond, 1840-1917.

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