Louise Hadduck DeKoven Bowen collection, 1864-1953.

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Bowen, Louise de Koven, 1859-1953. Louise Hadduck DeKoven Bowen collection, 1864-1953.

Louise Hadduck DeKoven Bowen collection, 1864-1953.

Scrapbooks (4 v.; 13 1/2 x 16 in.) compiled in honor of Mrs. Bowen, a Chicago social reformer and philanthropist, containing correspondence, newspaper clippings, pamphlets and other printed materials, photographs, and other items relating to her views on the social evils of her time and her concern for social reform, especially her work with the Hull-House settlement house and the Juvenile Protective Association of Chicago. Collection includes other items of Bowen, including Our Marriage Vow, a volume containing a marriage certificate and autographs of witnesses, and a Book of Common Prayer (1867). Includes letters or other items from Mary Margaret Bartelme, Grace Anna Coolidge, John Dewey, Warren G. Harding, Robert Maynard Hutchins, Edward J. Kelly, Theodore Roosevelt, Adlai E. Stevenson, Bernard Edward Sunny, and Graham Taylor. Volumes are arranged in approximately chronological order: v. 1: 1864-1914; v. 2: 1914-1928; v. 3: 19 - ; v. 4: 19 - . Microfilm copy organized: reel 1, Volumes 1-3; reel 2, Volume 4.

4 items.2 microfilm reels : neg. ; 35 mm. (Camera negative).2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. (Reader copy).

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