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Author: Ethel Sturges Dummer
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Manuscript : Microfilm   Archival Material : English
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Correspondence, speeches, photos, reports, minutes, and articles document Dummer's efforts on behalf of juvenile delinquents, prostitutes, and illegitimate children, as well as her interest in progressive education and Chicago public schools and her work with leaders of the mental hygiene movement. Included is correspondence with her daughter, Ethel Mintzer, director of the Francis W. Parker School in San Diego, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Minutes
Poems
Speeches
Named Person: Jane Addams; Herman M Adler; Charles Anderson Aldrich; Katharine Susan Anthony; Mary Margaret Bartelme; Jessie Florence Binford; Mary Everest Boole; Louise de Koven Bowen; Le Roy Edward Bowman; Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge; Scott Buchanan; Edward Lawver Burchard; E W Burgess; Charles Manning Child; Charles Lionel Chute; Flora J Cooke; Delafield family.; William Edward Dodd; Ethel Sturges Dummer; Dummer family.; Thomas Dawes Eliot; Havelock Ellis; Martha Pratt Falconer; Katharine Dummer Fisher; Lucy R Flower; Felix Frankfurter; Sigmund Freud; Ernest R Groves; Alice Hamilton; S I Hayakawa; William Healy; C Judson Herrick; Jessie Donaldson Hodder; Karen Horney; Robert Maynard Hutchins; Paul Underwood Kellogg; Marion E Kenworthy; Samuel Henry Kraines; Julia Clifford Lathrop; Mary Eliza McDowell; Daniel Mebane; Karl A Menninger; Adolf Meyer; Ethel Mintzer; Winfred Overholser; George Thomas White Patrick; Anne Pierce; Allen Bartlitt Pond; Roscoe Pound; Samuel K Ratcliffe; Oliver Leslie Reiser; Azile B Reynolds; William Emerson Ritter; Margaret Dreier Robins; Virginia Robinson; Porter E Sargent; Orfa Jean Shontz; Milton B Singer; Adlai E Stevenson; Sturges family.; Jessie Taft; Graham Taylor; Graham Romeyn Taylor; Norman Thomas; William Isaac Thomas; Miriam Van Waters; Margaret Wagenhals; Carleton Wolsey Washburne; John Broadus Watson; Dora Wells; Marguerite Milton Wells; William A White; Mary (Hawes) Wilmarth; Elizabeth L Woods
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ethel Sturges Dummer
OCLC Number: 232006598
Reproduction Notes: are available on microfilm (M-55, 1 reel, 35 mm.) from the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, through interlibrary loan.
Description: 22.25 linear ft.

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Correspondence, speeches, photos, reports, minutes, and articles document Dummer's efforts on behalf of juvenile delinquents, prostitutes, and illegitimate children, as well as her interest in progressive education and Chicago public schools and her work with leaders of the mental hygiene movement. Included is correspondence with her daughter, Ethel Mintzer, director of the Francis W. Parker School in San Diego, and such sociologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and educators as Jane Addams, Havelock Ellis, Sigmund Freud, Jessie Hodder, Karen Horney, Julia Lathrop, Norman Thomas, Miriam Van Waters, and others. Fisher's papers include her correspondence with her husband and others, a note from Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter, records of the LWV of Winnetka, IL, and poetry. Collection also includes 18th and 19th century letters and documents of the Sturges and Dummer families.

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