Mary E. Murphy papers, 1921-1941

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Murphy, Mary E., 1883-1948. Mary E. Murphy papers, 1921-1941

Mary E. Murphy papers, 1921-1941

The Mary E. Murphy Papers consist of correspondence with Mrs. Joseph T. Bowen (Louise deKoven Bowen), Julia Lathrop, and a letter from Julia Baran originally addressed to Dr. Ruth Howard.

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Murphy, Mary E., 1883-1948.

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Mary E. Murphy (1883-1948) served as director of the Elizabeth McCormick Foundation. Murphy was affiliated with Jane Addams and the foundation sponsored the Hull-House Open Air School located on the roof of the Mary Crane Building. From the description of Mary E. Murphy papers, 1921-1941 (University of Illinois-Chicago Library). WorldCat record id: 59714503 ...

Bowen, Louise de Koven, 1859-

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Louise deKoven Bowen (1859-1953) was a Chicago philanthopist, social reformer and benefactor of Hull-House. She was the director of the Woman's Club of Chicago and served as Hull-House Treasurer and president of the Board of Directors. She also served as the first president of the Juvenile Protective Association where she supervised research examining such issues as working conditions, racial prejudice, prostitution and popular entertainment and their effects on young people. In 1912, she donate...

Lathrop, Julia Clifford, 1858-1932

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Social worker and reformer, Julia Clifford Lathrop was the first head of the United States Children's Bureau. From the description of Letter, 1926. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232007298 ...

Elizabeth McCormick Memorial Fund

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The Elizabeth McCormick Memorial Fund was a foundation dedicated to improving the quality of life for infants and children in Chicago. The Fund was established by Chicago industrialist Cyrus H. McCormick to preserve the memory of his only daughter, Elizabeth (1892-1905). Officially incorporated in 1913, the McCormick Fund operated as an autonomous charitable foundation under a Board of Trustees, Executive Director and staff. It first became known nationally in the 1900's with its successful and ...