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Annie Nathan Meyer papers, 1858-1950

Author: Annie Nathan Meyer
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, clippings, reports, addresses, and miscellaneous items recording the major activities of Meyer's life. Correspondence (1880-1950) is the largest series, consisting of the general subseries arranged chronologically and containing Meyer's correspondence regarding her literary career and her participation in various social movements including her correspondence with significant
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Genre/Form: Speeches, addresses, etc., American
Notebooks
Postcards
Reports
Plays
Short stories
Diaries
Photographs
Programs
Correspondence
Named Person: Myers family.; Nathan family.; Robert Nathan; Cyrus Adler; Dora Askowith; Pearl S Buck; William C Bullitt; Nicholas Murray Butler; Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge; Benjamin N Cardozo; James B Corrant; Dwight D Eisenhower; John Erskine; Clifton Fadiman; Edna Ferber; Dorothy Canfield Fisher; Virginia Crocheron Gildersleeve; Isidor B Hoffman; John Haynes Holmes; Herbert Hoover; Bronislaw Huberman; Henry Hull; Fannie Hurst; Zora Neale Hurston; Nathan Isaacs; James Weldon Johnson; Otto H Kahn; H v Kaltenborn; Fiorello H La Guardia; Herbert H Lehman; Joshua Loth Liebman; Isabel Ely Lord; Alfred Meyer; Henry Morgenthau; Ethan Orwell; Eleanor Roosevelt; Theodore Roosevelt; Arthur Hays Sulzberger; Oswald Garrison Villard; Wendell L Willkie; Stephen S Wise; Israel Zangwill; Meyer family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Annie Nathan Meyer
OCLC Number: 70925072
Notes: This entry replaces NUCMC MS 67-1018.
Description: 10.4 linear ft.
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Correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, clippings, reports, addresses, and miscellaneous items recording the major activities of Meyer's life. Correspondence (1880-1950) is the largest series, consisting of the general subseries arranged chronologically and containing Meyer's correspondence regarding her literary career and her participation in various social movements including her correspondence with significant American literary figures along with her numerous "Letters to the Editor"; and topical correspondence files, arranged alphabetically with a chronological sub-arrangement, representing the correspondents and subjects which Meyer considered to be of major importance. Manuscripts series (1895-1948; n.d.) contains the hand-written and typescript copies of many her published and unpublished works, divided into three subseries: monographs, plays, and short stories, sketches, essays, and addresses. Notes (1885-1945) consists of her bound notebooks, journals, and loose notes concerning her research on various topics, her impressions of some of her readings and activities, and her day-to-day thoughts.

Personal material (1858-1959) is divided into two subseries: correspondence containing her correspondence with, and, or about her family on personal matters, including correspondence with her nephew, Robert Nathan, U.S. novelist and poet; and iconographic material containing photographs, postcards, and miscellaneous materials. Nearprint series (1895-1948) consists of loose clippings and scrapbooks of clippings, articles, and programs pertinent to Meyer's family and interests. Subjects and correspondents include Cyrus Adler, Dora Askowith, Barnard College, Pearl S. Buck, William C. Bullitt, Nicholas Murray Butler, Benjamin N. Cardozo, Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, James B. Corrant, Daughters of the American Revolution, Dwight D. Eisenhower, John Erskin, Clifton Fadiman, Edna Ferber, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Virginia C. Gildersleeve, Isidor Hoffman, John Haynes Holmes, Herbert Hoover, Bronislaw Huberman, Henry Hull, Fannie Hurst, Zora Neale Hurston, Nathan Isaacs, James Weldon Johnson, Otto Herman Kahn, H.V. Kaltenborn, Fiorello H. La Guardia, Herbert H. Lehman, Joshua Loth Liebman, Isabel Ely Lord, Alfred Meyer, Henry Morgenthau, National Special Aid Society Home Economics Committee, New York Public Library Home Economics Advisory Committee, Ethan Orwell, Eleanor Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, Arthur Hays Sulzberger, Oswald Garrison Villard, Wendel Lewis Willkie, Stephen Samuel Wise, and Israel Zangwill.

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