Box 2c

 Container

Contains 16 Results:

DONDALE, MARION. MLA president, 1953-54. Correspondence, 1952-54. 13 items.

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 77
Identifier: 01
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DONDALE, MARION. MLA president, 1953-54. Correspondence, 1952-54. 13 items.

Dates: 1915 - 1965

CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN-PERSONAL (VI). Letters of congratulation written during Mrs. Cunningham's presidential year (1947-48), and after her reception of the first Marcia C. Noyes Award (1949). Writers include Janet Doe, Marie Marshall, Sanford Larkey, W, 1947 - 1949

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 62
Identifier: 01
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CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN-PERSONAL (VI). Letters of congratulation written during Mrs. Cunningham's presidential year (1947-48), and after her reception of the first Marcia C. Noyes Award (1949). Writers include Janet Doe, Marie Marshall, Sanford Larkey, W.B. McDaniel, and others. A letter from Dean Goodpasture gives biographical information about Miss Noyes. 36 items.

Dates: 1947 - 1949

CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN- PERSONAL (VII). Correspondence, certificates, and news items illustrating Mrs. Cunningham's career; organized into four main groups as follows: -souvenir items regarding Mrs. Cunningham's education, her appointment as Librarian, 1916 - 1965

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 63
Identifier: 01
Scope and Contents note CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN- PERSONAL (VII). Correspondence, certificates, and news items illustrating Mrs. Cunningham's career; organized into four main groups as follows: -souvenir items regarding Mrs. Cunningham's education, her appointment as Librarian and Professor of Medical Library Science; correspondence and news clippings about her travels (1916-49). -correspondence with Janet Doe, Walton McDaniel, and others concerning Mrs. Cunningham's consideration of positions with the New York Academy...
Dates: 1916 - 1965

CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN-PERSONAL (VIII). Travel notes, brief essays, and memoirs written during Mrs. Cunningham's library career. Also photographs and correspondence (mostly in German) with Mrs. Fran Fischer of Stuttgart (1948-50), Arne M0ller of the Danish Te, 1948 - 1953

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 64
Identifier: 01
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CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN-PERSONAL (VIII). Travel notes, brief essays, and memoirs written during Mrs. Cunningham's library career. Also photographs and correspondence (mostly in German) with Mrs. Fran Fischer of Stuttgart (1948-50), Arne M0ller of the Danish Technical Library (1952-53), and other foreign and local correspondents. 45 items.

Dates: 1948 - 1953

CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN-PERSONAL (IX). Schoolgirl prose written by Eileen Ferguson Roach. Essays: "Mt. Blanc from Chamonix"; "How Light Came into the Wonder Chamber of the World"; "Nature Goddesses"; "The Irrational Element in Myths." Also two book revie, 1914 - 1920

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 65
Identifier: 01
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CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN-PERSONAL (IX). Schoolgirl prose written by Eileen Ferguson Roach. Essays: "Mt. Blanc from Chamonix"; "How Light Came into the Wonder Chamber of the World"; "Nature Goddesses"; "The Irrational Element in Myths." Also two book reviews (c1920), and a becoming photograph of Eileen (c1914). 12 items.

Dates: 1914 - 1920

CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN-PERSONAL (X). Newspaper cartoons and clippings, mostly from the 1920's; satirical poems, plays, and essays written by Mrs. Cunningham and other members of the medical school faculty during the years 1925-37. Items include "Alfred" (Blal, 1914 - 1965

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 66
Identifier: 01
Scope and Contents note CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN-PERSONAL (X). Newspaper cartoons and clippings, mostly from the 1920's; satirical poems, plays, and essays written by Mrs. Cunningham and other members of the medical school faculty during the years 1925-37. Items include "Alfred" (Blalock), a poem by Cobb Pitcher; an ode entitled "Nashville Forever!" by B.B. (Barney Brooks?); variations on a limerick ("There was an old man named De Soto. . . ."), written for Sam Clark; and a play, "If Its Vanderbilt Its [sic] Well Built,"...
Dates: 1914 - 1965

CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN-PERSONAL (XI). Correspondence with Pearl Mason (Dr. Karl Mason\'s wife and Dr. Sydney Cunningham\'s secretary; the Masons and Cunninghams were friends), 1936-37. Items include: -ERC to Pearl Mason (cDecember, 1936), thanking t, 1936 - 1937

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 67
Identifier: 01
Scope and Contents note CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN-PERSONAL (XI). Correspondence with Pearl Mason (Dr. Karl Mason\'s wife and Dr. Sydney Cunningham\'s secretary; the Masons and Cunninghams were friends), 1936-37. Items include: -ERC to Pearl Mason (December, 1936), thanking the Masons for friendship and support during the fall. -telegrams and letters concerning the death of Hedwig Bagge (see File 69) while Mrs. Cunningham was visiting Dalhousie University Library in Canada (July, 1937). See also related correspondence...
Dates: 1936 - 1937

CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN -PERSONAL (XII). Family correspondence, including, in part: -Letters written after the death of Mrs. Cunningham's brother, Erwin Roach, regarding the disposition of items in his will, 1957-58. -Letters from Dr. Sydney Cunnin, 1935 - 1964

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 68
Identifier: 01
Scope and Contents note CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN -PERSONAL (XII). Family correspondence, including, in part: -Letters written after the death of Mrs. Cunningham's brother, Erwin Roach, regarding the disposition of items in his will, 1957-58. -Letters from Dr. Sydney Cunningham, Winifred Bate Cunningham (his second wife), and Mrs. Joe Cunningham (1961-64), relating to Dr. Cunningham's illnesses and death (May, 1963). Also much correspondence with library friends, former scholarship recipients, etc., and a photograph...
Dates: 1935 - 1964

CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN -PERSONAL (XIII). Miscellaneous personal correspondence; some of the more interesting items include: -letters from Chancellor and Mrs. Harvie Branscomb (1957-59). -two letters from Dr. Alfred Blalock (1959-60), mentioning his fi, 1904 - 1965

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 69
Identifier: 01
Scope and Contents note CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN -PERSONAL (XIII). Miscellaneous personal correspondence; some of the more interesting items include: -letters from Chancellor and Mrs. Harvie Branscomb (1957-59). -two letters from Dr. Alfred Blalock (1959-60), mentioning his first wife's death and his remarriage. - a letter from Mrs. Barney Brooks after the death of Sydney Cunningham (1963). -a WKDA hit parade (c1963?), with notes by ERC on songs by Porter Wagoner and the Osmond Brothers. -correspondence with the Bagge...
Dates: 1904 - 1965

DALTON, JACK. Committee on Education for Librarianship. Correspondence, 1952-62. 28 items., 1952 - 1962

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 70
Identifier: 01
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DALTON, JACK. Committee on Education for Librarianship. Correspondence, 1952-62. 28 items.

Dates: 1952 - 1962

DARLING, LOUISE. Letter from Mrs. Cunningham to Louise Darling, and copy of a paper by Mrs. Darling, 1963. 2 items., 1963 - 1963

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 71
Identifier: 01
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DARLING, LOUISE. Letter from Mrs. Cunningham to Louise Darling, and copy of a paper by Mrs. Darling, 1963. 2 items.

Dates: 1963 - 1963

DARRACH, MARJORIE. Medical Librarian, Detroit Public Library, an MLA president, and ERC's longtime colleague. Correspondence, 1932-63. Some in mid-1930's relates to acquisition of German periodicals. One letter from Janet Doe. 63 items., 1932 - 1963

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 72
Identifier: 01
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DARRACH, MARJORIE. Medical Librarian, Detroit Public Library, an MLA president, and ERC's longtime colleague. Correspondence, 1932-63. Some in mid-1930's relates to acquisition of German periodicals. One letter from Janet Doe. 63 items.

Dates: 1932 - 1963

DAVIS, LORA FRANCES. File actually contains one letter from Mrs. Cunningham to Lora Frances Davis (1957), letter to Miss Frances Damen (1957), letter from Mr. Charles Dove ("December 29"), and letter from R.B. Downs, Director of University of Illino, 1945 - 1957

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 73
Identifier: 01
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DAVIS, LORA FRANCES. File actually contains one letter from Mrs. Cunningham to Lora Frances Davis (1957), letter to Miss Frances Damen (1957), letter from Mr. Charles Dove ("December 29"), and letter from R.B. Downs, Director of University of Illinois Library (1945). 4 items.

Dates: 1945 - 1957

DRAPER, WESLEY. A president of MLA. Correspondence and memoranda, 1955. 11 items., 1955 - 1955

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 74
Identifier: 01
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DRAPER, WESLEY. A president of MLA. Correspondence and memoranda, 1955. 11 items.

Dates: 1955 - 1955

DOE, JANET (I). Librarian at the New York Academy of Medicine, Mrs. Cunningham's successor as MLA president, and her closest friend. Correspondence, 1934-47. Sections of some letters excised. 78 items., 1934 - 1947

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 75
Identifier: 01
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DOE, JANET (I). Librarian at the New York Academy of Medicine, Mrs. Cunningham's successor as MLA president, and her closest friend. Correspondence, 1934-47. Sections of some letters excised. 78 items.

Dates: 1934 - 1947

DOE, JANET (II). Correspondence, 1948-65. Note by ERC: "Keep as record of a friendship which means & has meant so much" 124 items, 1948 - 1965

 File — Box: 2c, Folder: 76
Identifier: 01
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DOE, JANET (II). Correspondence, 1948-65. Note by ERC: "Keep as record of a friendship which means & has meant so much" 124 items

Dates: 1948 - 1965

 

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