Jesse Macy papers, 1862-1941. (Archival material, 1862) [WorldCat.org]
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Jesse Macy papers, 1862-1941.

Author: Jesse Macy; James Bryce Bryce, Viscount; Katharine Macy Noyes; Mary Maude Macy
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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This collection includes correspondence (including Macy's letters to and from R.E. Sears, professor Richard T. Ely, J. Irving Manatt, Albert Shaw, Winston Churchill and James Bryce); biographical sketches and genealogy materials; Grinnell College programs and other materials; diaries and notebooks; drafts, notes and production files related to Macy's autobiography; holograph, typescript and printed copies of Macy's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
History
Personal narratives
Biography
Named Person: Jesse Macy; Jesse Macy; Jesse Macy; Jesse Macy
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jesse Macy; James Bryce Bryce, Viscount; Katharine Macy Noyes; Mary Maude Macy
OCLC Number: 57298712
Description: 6 linear ft. (15 boxes)

Abstract:

This collection includes correspondence (including Macy's letters to and from R.E. Sears, professor Richard T. Ely, J. Irving Manatt, Albert Shaw, Winston Churchill and James Bryce); biographical sketches and genealogy materials; Grinnell College programs and other materials; diaries and notebooks; drafts, notes and production files related to Macy's autobiography; holograph, typescript and printed copies of Macy's writings; memorabilia; photographs; and accounts of travels to Europe.

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