Charles L. Hutchinson papers, 1868-1934.

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Hutchinson, Charles Lawrence, 1854-1924. Charles L. Hutchinson papers, 1868-1934.

Charles L. Hutchinson papers, 1868-1934.

Correspondence, writings, scrapbooks and miscellany relating to Chicago financier and philanthropist Charles L. Hutchinson, in particular regarding his interest in civic and cultural matters, the arts and the founding and development of the Art Institute.

2.1 linear feet (5 boxes)

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