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Elisabeth Gilman papers, 1872-1949.

Author: Elisabeth Coit Gilman
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Database:WorldCat
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The papers (1872-1949) of Elisabeth Gilman which form this collection consist of correspondence, speeches, writings, diaries, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, printed material, memorabilia, and photographs.

The majority of this material reflects her many public activities. Miss Gilman's personal life is less well-documented.

Miss Gilman's volunteer service with the YMCA is documented in her letters home to her sister, Alice, and her aunt, Louise Gilman Lane. Included also are speeches, writings, and clippings about her work for the unemployed and her membership in the Socialist Party. Incoming correspondence indicates Miss Gilman's association with progressive figures of the period. Details of her political campaigns can be found in her speeches and newspaper articles. Diaries, scrapbooks, and albums assembled during her childhood are the final items in the collection.  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Albums
Clippings
Correspondence
Diaries
Photoprints
Reminiscences
Scrapbooks
Speeches
Archives
Sources
Named Person: Elisabeth Coit Gilman; Jane Addams; Matthew Arnold; Susan Coolidge; Abraham Flexner; Daniel C Gilman; Mary Van Winkler Ketcham Gilman; William H Howell; Louise Gilman Lane; James Russell Lowell; Scott Nearing; William Mitchell Ramsay, Sir; Norman Thomas; Alice Gilman Wheeler
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Elisabeth Coit Gilman
OCLC Number: 49301561
Notes: Some correspondence in this collection was formerly part of the Daniel Coit Gilman papers Ms. 1 Special Collections. Some letters addressed to both Alice and Elisabeth Gilman from their parents remain in Ms. 1.
Description: 2.9 linear ft. (5 document boxes, 2 flat boxes)
Other Titles: Gilman (Elisabeth) papers
Gilman papers
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The papers (1872-1949) of Elisabeth Gilman which form this collection consist of correspondence, speeches, writings, diaries, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, printed material, memorabilia, and photographs.

The majority of this material reflects her many public activities. Miss Gilman's personal life is less well-documented.

Miss Gilman's volunteer service with the YMCA is documented in her letters home to her sister, Alice, and her aunt, Louise Gilman Lane. Included also are speeches, writings, and clippings about her work for the unemployed and her membership in the Socialist Party. Incoming correspondence indicates Miss Gilman's association with progressive figures of the period. Details of her political campaigns can be found in her speeches and newspaper articles. Diaries, scrapbooks, and albums assembled during her childhood are the final items in the collection.

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