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Daniel H. Burnham Collection, 1836-1946.

Author: Daniel Hudson Burnham; John Henry Barrows
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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The Daniel H. Burnham Collection contains business and personal correspondence, project and personal photographs, scrapbooks, diaries and memorabilia. The World's Columbian Exposition and the report, Plan of Chicago, are particularly well documented in correspondence and manuscripts. The collection also includes the two volume set, The World's Parliament of Religions, edited by John Henry Barrows.
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Genre/Form: Archives
Named Person: Daniel Hudson Burnham; Charles Follen McKim; Margaret Sherman Burnham; Daniel H Burnham; Hubert Burnham; Frederic Adrian Delano; William Keith; Edward H Bennett; Arnold W Brunner; Theodore N Ely; Willis Polk; John Merven Carrère; William H Taft; Robert Reid; Edward Simmons; C Y Turner; Thomas Hastings
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Hudson Burnham; John Henry Barrows
OCLC Number: 84483251
Description: 80 boxes (17.5 linear feet) 3 portfolios. 15 oversize portfolios and flatfile materials.

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The Daniel H. Burnham Collection contains business and personal correspondence, project and personal photographs, scrapbooks, diaries and memorabilia. The World's Columbian Exposition and the report, Plan of Chicago, are particularly well documented in correspondence and manuscripts. The collection also includes the two volume set, The World's Parliament of Religions, edited by John Henry Barrows.

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