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Cudahy family papers, 1901-1925.

Author: Cudahy family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Collection consists of the papers of John P. "Jack" and Edna Cudahy family. Includes correspondence and ephemera. The correspondence contains 228 letters, many written to Edna Cudahy. These are arranged alphabetically by author. These letters contain information relating to theater and society life in the early twentieth century, Michael Cudahy's life at Belmont School for Boys, Jack's experience as an officer at  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Ephemera
Letters (correspondence
Named Person: Cudahy family.; W W Hodgkinson; Marcus Loew; Adolph Zukor
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Cudahy family.
OCLC Number: 263428245
Notes: All inquiries about this collection should be directed to the Curator, Hispanic, Cartographic & Modern Western Manuscripts.
Description: 319 items.
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Collection consists of the papers of John P. "Jack" and Edna Cudahy family. Includes correspondence and ephemera. The correspondence contains 228 letters, many written to Edna Cudahy. These are arranged alphabetically by author. These letters contain information relating to theater and society life in the early twentieth century, Michael Cudahy's life at Belmont School for Boys, Jack's experience as an officer at Camp Lewis, Washington, during World War I, and some correspondence related to Jack's business interests and trust funds. There are also 91 pieces of ephemera, including calling cards, report cards, greeting cards, and some receipts for goods and services. The ephemera is organized alphabetically by type. Most of the correspondence and ephemera relates to intimate family life and the social connections between members of the industrial and entertainment elite of the first decades of the twentieth century. A letter from Edna Cudahy Browne to John, Box 1 (11), discusses the young woman's decision to become a nun, though she married Percy Browne the following year. Subjects in this collection related to film distribution include: Associated First National Pictures, W.W. Hodgkinson, Marcus Loew, Paramount Pictures, and Adolph Zukor. Other subjects include: Catholic schools, Catholic women, Santa Catalina Island, and World War I.

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