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Morrow Family Papers, 1839-1966 (Bulk: 1873-1955)
222 boxes (142.5 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 108

Abstract:
Author; Philanthropist; President, Smith College. Collection consists primarily of the papers of Elizabeth Cutter Morrow, although her husband Dwight W. Morrow, and daughters Elisabeth Reeve Morrow (Morgan); Anne Spencer Morrow (Lindbergh); and Constance Cutter Morrow (Morgan), and extended family members are also represented. The papers include personal and professional papers and material pertaining to Smith College. Correspondence is extensive. Of interest are documents describing Elizabeth Cutter Morrow's World War II activities.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

With the exception of Elizabeth Cutter Morrow's Smith College Board of Trustees materials, the papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection without additional restrictions. Permission from the College Archivist or the Board of Trustees is required for access to the Board of Trustees materials.

The unprocessed portions of the papers are stored off site. To access these materials, researchers must submit box requests two working days in advance of research visits.

Restrictions on use:

Copyright to unpublished works by the Morrow family is owned by the Morrow and Lindbergh estates. Copyright to materials authored by persons other than the Morrow family may be owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Sophia Smith Collection
Smith College
Northampton, MA

Biographical Note

Elizabeth Reeve (Cutter) Morrow (1873-1955)

Writer, philanthropist, and educator Elizabeth Reeve Cutter was born May 29th, 1873 in Cleveland, Ohio to Charles Long and Annie (Spencer) Cutter. She attended Miss Mittelbergers's School before matriculating at Smith College, where she earned a B.L. in 1896. After graduating from Smith, she studied in Florence, Italy in 1896-97 and at the Sorbonne in Paris from 1899 to 1900. In 1903 she married Dwight Whitney Morrow, and the following spring their first child, Elisabeth Reeve Morrow, was born. Anne Spencer Morrow, Dwight Whitney Morrow, Jr., and Constance Cutter Morrow followed in 1906, 1908, and 1913, respectively.

Elizabeth Morrow's involvement with Smith College extended well beyond her college years. In 1915, hearing that the Alumnae Association had purchased the old homestead of Sophia Smith, she suggested to her class that they restore the property as a reunion gift. She chaired this effort until its completion in June 1916. In 1917 she began to serve as President of the Alumnae Association of Smith College. Her first act as President was to host a farewell luncheon for the newly formed Smith College Relief Unit SCRU) on the eve of its departure for France. Her support of the Unit extended beyond stateside fundraising, as she travelled to France herself in January of 1918, narrowly avoiding the German invasion of Ham, and eventually meeting the SCRU at Beauvais, only about fifteen miles from the Front. (Source: Elizabeth Cutter Morrow to Mr. H. W. Thirlkeld, 26 November 1919. [ECM: Smith College: $4 Million Fund, corr.])

In 1920 Morrow was appointed alumnae representative on the Smith College Board of Trustees. Six years later, she became a Trustee of Smith College, and from 1939-40 she served as Acting President of Smith College. From 1947 to 1950 Morrow chaired the Board of Trustees. Throughout her life, she made significant contributions to the financial well-being of Smith College, both personally and in her extensive work as a fundraiser for the Alumnae Association campaigns to raise four million dollars (1919-20), the 50th Anniversary gift (1924-25), the William Allan Neilson Foundation (1935-37), and the 75th Anniversary Fund (1946-50). She was also a member of building committee for the Smith College Alumnae House, completed in June 1938.

Morrow spent 1927-30 in Mexico while her husband served as U.S. Ambassador, where she and her family met the artist Diego Rivera and commissioned his murals in Cuernavaca. Upon her husband's death in 1931, she refused offers to fill out his term in the United States Senate. Morrow publicly advocated American aid to Britain before the US entry into WWII in stark contrast to the views espoused by her son-in-law, the aviator Charles Lindbergh. Her charitable involvements were deep and plentiful and included the Englewood Community Chest, Food for Freedom, Ginling College, and the United Service Organizations (USO). A well-respected educator, she received numerous honorary degrees.

She published several works of verse as well as children's books, including The Painted Pig: A Mexican Picture Book (1930), Quatrains for My Daughter (1931), Casa Manana (1932), Beast, Bird, and Fish: an Animal Alphabet (1933), The Rabbit's Nest (1940), My Favorite Age (1943), Shannon (1944), and finally The Mexican Years: Leaves from the Diary of Elizabeth Cutter Morrow (1953). She died in Englewood, New Jersey on January 23, 1955.

Those interested in the early life of Elizabeth Cutter Morrow should consult A Distant Moment: The Youth, Education, and Courtship of Elizabeth Cutter Morrow (Northampton: 1978) by her daughter, Constance Morrow Morgan.

Dwight Whitney Morrow (1873-1931)

Dwight Whitney Morrow was born in Huntington, West Virginia in 1873. While enrolled at Amherst College, he met Elizabeth Cutter, who, after an extended courtship and engagement, became his wife in 1903. In 1899 he received an L.L.B. from Columbia University and joined Simpson Thacher, rising to partner before joining J.P. Morgan & Company as a partner in 1914. His college roommate, Calvin Coolidge, appointed him ambassador to Mexico (1927-30), during which time he helped soothe the relationship between the United States and Mexico, and helped negotiate the peace which ended the Cristero Rebellion (1926-29). After his ambassadorship he served as a United States Senator from New Jersey until his death at home on 5 October 1931 at 58 years of age.

For more information, consult the Dwight W. Morrow papers at Amherst College.

Elisabeth Reeve (Morrow) Morgan (1904-1934)

Elisabeth Reeve Morrow was born on 17 March 1904 to Elizabeth Cutter Morrow and Dwight Whitney Morrow in Englewood, New Jersey. Like her mother and the sisters who would follow her, she attended Smith College. After her graduation in 1925 she studied at the Sorbonne and the University of Grenoble. Elisabeth taught school in Mexico while her father served as Ambassador (1927-30). Upon her return to the United States, she founded and directed the Little School in Englewood, New Jersey from 1930-1932, which later became known as the Elisabeth Morrow School. On 28 December 1932 she married Aubrey Niel Morgan and moved to his native Wales. Two years later she died of incurable heart disease in Pasadena, California, on 3 December 1934.

Anne Spencer (Morrow) Lindbergh (1906-2001)

See the Anne Morrow Lindbergh papers for a detailed biographical note.

Dwight Whitney Morrow, Jr. (1908-1976)

Dwight Whitney Morrow, Jr. was born in Englewood, New Jersey, on 28 November 1908, and educated at Groton School in Massachusetts. Like his father, he attended Amherst College, graduating in 1933. Dwight Morrow, Jr. received further education at Harvard and Yale. In 1937 he married Margot Loines, with whom he had three children: Stephen, Faith, and Constance. Along with his wife Margot, he embarked upon the Harvard Columbus Expedition in 1939. In 1946, he and Margot divorced. Throughout his life he experienced disruptive mental breakdowns and underwent treatment on several occasions. He managed Marble Ranch in Monterey, California (1941-48) and Carmel Valley Dairy Farm. Beginning in 1952, he taught international relations at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania. He died September 4, 1976 in Monterey, California.

Researchers may also wish to consult the Elizabeth Cutter Morrow papers related to Dwight W Morrow, Jr, at Yale University.

Constance Cutter (Morrow) Morgan (1913-1995)

Constance Cutter Morrow was born in Englewood, New Jersey on 27 June 1913. In 1929, while attending Milton Academy, Constance received anonymous letters threatening her with kidnapping unless a ransom was paid. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Smith College in 1935. Along with Margot Loines, Constance founded the Brattleboro Summer Theatre in Vermont. In 1937 Constance married her sister's widower, Aubrey Niel Morgan, with whom she would have four children: Saran, Elisabeth, Rhidian, and Eiluned. After her marriage, she earned an M.A. in English literature from Columbia University. Beginning in 1939, Constance and Aubrey, along with a few others, began to revitalize what would become British Information Services. After the war Constance and Aubrey moved to their farm in Ridgefield, Washington, then moved to Washington, D.C., to assist the British Ambassador to the United States. After five years in the world of diplomacy they returned to the Pacific Northwest in 1953. She served as Alumna Trustee of Smith College from 1956-63 and as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Smith College from 1967-72. She wrote A Distant Moment, a biography of her mother's early years and education, in 1977. She died on 25 March 1995 in Portland, Oregon.

For further information, consult http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/obituaryconstance-morgan-1613205.html.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Morrow Family papers consist of approximately 142.5 linear ft. and date from 1839 to 1966. Approximately half of the collection was processed in 2015 and is described here.

Materials that remain unprocessed include photographs; memorabilia; financial and household records of Elizabeth (Cutter) Morrow; and files maintained by Arthur Springer, secretary to Dwight and Elizabeth (Cutter) Morrow. Please contact the SSC for more information about the unprocessed materials.

The bulk of the processed papers relate to the life and work of Elizabeth Cutter Morrow. Types of materials include correspondence, minutes, agendas, reports, magazine and newspaper articles, notes, posters, pamphlets, artwork, writings, speeches, film, microfilm, and memorabilia. Major topics represented in these papers include women's higher education, relief work during World War I, Mexican art and diplomacy, American involvement in World War II, children's literature, poetry, community organizations and fundraising. The papers additionally illustrate the life and lifestyle of a politically prominent and wealthy northeastern U.S. family in the early twentieth century.

Among the Elizabeth Cutter Morrow materials, the largest category relates to her work for Smith College. Although Morrow's involvement with Smith was varied and extensive, reflecting her roles as devoted alumna and mother of three Smith daughters, the papers best reveal her work on fundraising efforts and administration of the College. In addition to work on all of the College's major fund-raising campaigns between 1900 and 1950, the files also document the successful effort to raise an endowment to support a visiting professorship in honor of Smith's third president, William Allan Neilson. Morrow's long and varied committee work is also well documented, particularly through records of her work on the Alumnae Committee of Ginling College in China and the Committee on Furnishing the New Dormitories (in the Quadrangle). Of particular note are materials related to the War Service Committee during World War I which includes extensive correspondence from members of the Smith College Relief Unit in France.

Researchers interested in higher education in China from 1919-41 may find relevant materials, as Morrow travelled to China in 1936 to tour and raise funds for colleges, including Ginling College, the sister school of Smith College.

In marked and public contrast to the views of her famous son-in-law Charles Lindbergh, many of the organizational activities of Elizabeth Cutter Morrow related to advocacy, in speeches and organizations such as Fight for Freedom, for U.S. intervention in World War II. Letters from listeners after her radio speech on 4 June 1940 illustrate the timbre and variance of American public opinion on intervention. Other materials document Morrow's wartime service in a variety of organizations including the Food for Freedom campaign and the United Service Organizations (USO). Materials related to Morrow's assistance during and after World War II to Gaspard Weiss, a Frenchman who had difficulty obtaining an academic appointment in the United States are also included.

The Morrow family residency in Mexico from 1928-30 fostered not only an improved political relationship between the United States and Mexico, but also a popular interest in Mexican art. After her return to the U.S. Elizabeth Cutter Morrow promoted Mexican arts and culture through her writings, speeches, and support both for individual artists and for a major traveling exhibition of Mexican art organized by the American Federation of Arts. Of particular interest among the Mexico-related materials is the correspondence from art curator and Director of the Museum of Modern Art Rene d'Harnoncourt, who often illustrated his letters.

Morrow was also deeply involved in the life of her home community and was an avid and successful fundraiser for the Englewood Community Chest.

Extensive drafts, manuscripts, and correspondence document Morrow's writing career. In addition to her own writing, she was involved in numerous literary organizations, including the Poetry Society, Shakespeare Club, Prix Femina, and the North Haven, Maine, library.

Morrow's most frequent correspondents included her mother and sister, both named Annie Spencer Cutter; friends Amey Aldrich and Alice Evangeline Hall Walter (Smith College class of 1894); her children; her cousin Pauline Dillingham; and her uncle Arthur Cutter until his death on 31 March 1894. Researchers interested in family relationships between women, particularly mother-daughter relationships, will find ample material here. Correspondence also reveals the experience of a college girl in the 1890s, as well as the lengthy engagement of Elizabeth Cutter and Dwight Morrow.

Notable correspondents include Harry Truman, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Robert Frost, Diego Rivera, Madeleine Camp L'Engle, the Calvin Coolidge family, Chester and Amey Aldrich, Ada Comstock, William Allan Neilson, and Joseph Auslander (whose papers are held at the University of Miami).

The remainder of the processed materials document other Morrow family members and their Conover, Cutter, Dillingham, Foote, Hunt, Kelley, Lindbergh, McIlvane, Morgan, Reeve, Scandrett, Spencer, and Yates relatives. In most cases these consist primarily of family correspondence, some writings, and a small amount of general biographical materials such as news clippings and ephemera. Materials related to the Cutter family, Elisabeth Reeve (Morrow) Morgan, and Dwight Whitney Morrow, Jr., are more extensive.

Organization of the collection

The processed papers are arranged alphabetically by family name with associated oversize materials stored separately at the end.

The amount of material by or about individuals varies from as little as one slim folder to dozens of boxes. Where the volume of material warranted it, an individual's papers were grouped into the following categories:

CategorySub-category
Biographical
General
Education
Travel
Correspondence
Family
Outgoing
Incoming
Friends and associations
Organizations
Speeches and writings

Correspondence between family members is filed with the author's materials, e.g. letters written BY Elisabeth Reeve (Morrow) Morgan TO Elizabeth (Cutter) Morrow are filed under Elisabeth Reeve (Morrow) Morgan. Where letters from one member of the family include a short section written by another, the letters are filed under the primary author.

Speeches and writings (when present) are arranged chronologically.

When the amount of material on a given organization justified further arrangement, such material is arranged in the following order:

  • Administration: history, bylaws, statements of purpose, leadership
  • Membership lists
  • Meeting agendas
  • Minutes
  • Reports
  • Correspondence
  • Printed material
  • Related organizations
  • Events
  • News clippings and notes

Elizabeth (Cutter) Morrow's Smith College materials are grouped in the following order:

  • General
  • Special projects and fundraising
  • Correspondence
  • Board of Trustees

For more information about the unprocessed materials, please contact the Sophia Smith Collection.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

With the exception of Elizabeth Cutter Morrow's Smith College Board of Trustees materials, the papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection without additional restrictions. Permission from the College Archivist or the Board of Trustees is required for access to the Board of Trustees materials.

The unprocessed portions of the papers are stored off site. To access these materials, researchers must submit box requests two working days in advance of research visits.

Restrictions on use:

Copyright to unpublished works by the Morrow family is owned by the Morrow and Lindbergh estates. Copyright to materials authored by persons other than the Morrow family may be owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

Morrow Family papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass.

History of the Collection

Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Constance Morrow Morgan, and Dwight W. Morrow, Jr., began donating the Morrow Family papers to the Sophia Smith Collection in 1955. Additional materials were received from Constance Morrow Morgan and Rhidian Morgan in 1997, and from Dorothy Warren and Reeve Lindbergh in 2004.

Processing Information

The Anne Morrow Lindbergh papers were separated from the rest of the family papers and processed in 2011.

Processed by Maida Goodwin, Burd Schlessinger, and Colin Woodward, 1993. Reprocessed by Kate Sumner, 2015.


Additional Information
Contact Information
Smith College Special Collections
Young Library
4 Tyler Drive
Northampton, MA 01063

Phone: (413) 585-2970
Fax: (413) 585-2886

Email: specialcollections@smith.edu
URL: https://www.smith.edu/libraries/special-collections
Language
English
Sponsor
Processing of portions of the Morrow Family papers was made possible by the generous support of the Estate of Elizabeth Cutter Morrow (Smith 1896), Constance Morrow Morgan (Smith 1935), and Elisabeth Morgan Pendleton (Smith 1962).

Contents List
Conover, Charlotte Reeve: correspondence and writing,
1902-39

Box 1: folder 1
Cutter family: correspondence,
1898-1922

Box 1: folder 2
Cutter, Annie Spencer (1845-1938)



Biographical material



Diary and account book,
1874

Box 1: folder 3
Passport,
1927

Box 1: folder 4
Presbyterian Yearbook of Prayer for Missions,
1935

Box 1: folder 5
Correspondence, outgoing



Conover, Charlotte Reeve,
1899

Box 1: folder 6
Cutter, Annie Spencer (1877-1957),
1893-1933

Box 1: folder 7
Cutter, Charles Long,
1898

Box 1: folder 8
Morrow, Elisabeth, Constance, and Dwight,
1920-33

Box 1: folder 9
Morrow, Elizabeth Cutter,
1883-1937, n.d.

Box 1: folder 10-16
Spencer, Mary,
1867

Box 1: folder 17
Spencer, Timothy P. and Elizabeth,
1867-70

Box 1: folder 18
Spencer, Timothy Reeve,
1862-67

Box 1: folder 19
Yates, Edith,
n.d.

Box 1: folder 20
Others,
1928, n.d.

Box 1: folder 21
Correspondence, incoming



From Morrow children,
1908-16

Box 1: folder 22
From others



1871-1917

Box 1: folder 23
1923-33

Box 2: folder 1
Writing: "India" essay and "A Lincoln Incident,"
1883-1934

Box 2: folder 2
Cutter, Annie Spencer (1877-1957)



Biographical materials: clippings regarding youth libraries,
1941-42

Box 2: folder 3
Correspondence, outgoing



To family during relief work in Europe,
1918-19

Box 2: folder 4
Cutter, Annie Spencer (1845-1938),
1896-32, n.d.

Box 2: folder 5-6
Cutter, Charles Long,
1904-1911

Box 2: folder 7
Dillingham, Pauline,
1903-04

Box 2: folder 8
Morrow, children of ECM,
1919-34

Box 2: folder 9
Morrow, Elizabeth Cutter



General



1883-1946

Box 2: folder 10-18
1947-54, n.d.

Box 3: folder 1-2
Financial support from ECM,
1930-54

Box 3: folder 3-8
Regarding Gertrude Hunter trust,
1950

Box 3: folder 9
Yates, Edith,
1897-1949, n.d.

Box 3: folder 10
Correspondence, incoming: miscellaneous and cousins,
1899-1954

Box 3: folder 11-12
Writings,
1942

Box 3: folder 13
Cutter, Arthur



Correspondence, outgoing



Cutter, Annie Spencer (1845-1938 and 1877-1957),
1889-94

Box 3: folder 14
Morrow, Elizabeth Cutter,
1881-94

Box 3: folder 15-18
Correspondence, incoming,
1892

Box 3: folder 19
Writings: limericks,
circa 1880s

Box 3: folder 20
Cutter, Charles Long


Box 4
Biographical materials



Diary,
1862

Box 4: folder 1
Autograph book,
1857

Box 4: folder 2
Education,
1859-64

Box 4: folder 3
Correspondence, outgoing



Cutter, Annie Spencer
1868-1911

Box 4: folder 4-5
Friends and family,
1861-1911

Box 4: folder 6
Morrow, Elizabeth Cutter,
1883-1915

Box 4: folder 7
Correspondence, incoming,
1912, n.d.

Box 4: folder 8
Cutter, Mary Carson: correspondence and memorial book,
1882

Box 4: folder 9
Cutter, Sara Catherine: correspondence with Morrows,
1901-11

Box 4: folder 10
Dillingham, Charles: correspondence,
1889-1916

Box 4: folder 11
Dillingham, Edwin K.: correspondence,
1898-1953

Box 4: folder 12
Dillingham, Frances: correspondence,
1902-20

Box 4: folder 13
Dillingham, Lottie: correspondence,
1903-32

Box 4: folder 14
Dillingham, Pauline: correspondence,
1894-1954

Box 4: folder 15
Foote family: correspondence to Cutter family,
1876-1937

Box 4: folder 16
Hunt family



Correspondence to Morrows,
1902-50

Box 4: folder 17
Hunt, Emma: writing: Gold and Gilt,
1884

Box 4: folder 18
Kelley family



General,
1938-54

Box 4: folder 19
Kelley, Rose Spencer: correspondence,
1862-1902

Box 4: folder 20
Lindbergh family: correspondence to ECM,
1927-44, n.d.

Box 4: folder 21
Lindbergh children: correspondence to ECM,
1947-54, n.d.

Box 4: folder 22
Lindbergh, Anne (Morrow)



Note:
McIlvaine family: correspondence to ECM,
1929, n.d.

Box 5: folder 1
Morgan, Aubrey Niel



Biographical materials and correspondence,
1933-35

Box 5: folder 2
Correspondence to ECM,
1933-1940

Box 5: folder 3
Morgan, Constance (Morrow)



Biographical material



Passport,
1932

Box 5: folder 4
"Coming Out," Milton Academy graduation, and Brattleboro Theatre,
1931-39

Box 5: folder 5
Correspondence, outgoing



Cutter, Annie Spencer (1845-1938 and 1877-1957),
1914-47

Box 5: folder 6
Morrow, Elizabeth Cutter



1919-42

Box 5: folder 7-17
1943-54, n.d.

Box 6: folder 1-8
Morrow family,
1920-29

Box 6: folder 9
Morgan children: artwork and cards for ECM,
1945-50

Box 6: folder 10
Morgan, Edith: correspondence to ECM,
1934-54

Box 6: folder 11
Morgan, Elisabeth Reeve (Morrow)



Biographical materials



Passports,
1925-33

Box 6: folder 12
Educational materials and legacy to Smith College,
1919-35

Box 6: folder 13-15
The Little School,
1930-32

Box 6: folder 16
Address books,
n.d.

Box 6: folder 17
Address books,
n.d.

Box 7: folder 1
California address book and miscellaneous notebook,
n.d.

Box 7: folder 2
"Elisabeth's list of records" (recordings),
n.d.

Box 7: folder 3
Purchases,
1923-39

Box 7: folder 4
Checkbook from trip to France,
1928

Box 7: folder 5
Welsh menu notebook,
1933

Box 7: folder 6
Miscellaneous: invitations, news clippings, driver's license,
1927-35, n.d.

Box 7: folder 7
Debutante book,
1923

Box 7: folder 8
Log book of gifts given and received,
1915-31

Box 7: folder 9
Miscellaneous collected pamphlets,
1921-34

Box 7: folder 10
Easter sermons, prayer, eulogy of Adelaide Landon Roddy,
1930

Box 8: folder 1
Llanover House, Abergavenny estate catalogue,
1934

Box 8: folder 2
Engagement and Wedding



Announcements and news clippings,
1932

Box 8: folder 3
Correspondence,
1932


Engagement


Box 8: folder 4-7
Wedding


Box 8: folder 8
Financial and legal arrangements,
1932-33

Box 8: folder 9
Notebook of wedding gifts,
1932

Box 8: folder 10
Correspondence to Family



Cutter, Annie S. (1877-1957),
1914-34

Box 8: folder 11
Cutter, Annie S. (1845-1938 and 1877-1957),
1915-34

Box 8: folder 12-14
Aunt Maud and Uncle Dutch (Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hulst?),
1928-34

Box 8: folder 15
Morgan, Aubrey,
1931

Box 8: folder 16
Morgan, "Father,"
1934

Box 8: folder 17
Morgan, Margaret,
1933-34

Box 8: folder 18
Morrow, Dwight (father),
1911-28, n.d.

Box 8: folder 19
Morrow, Elizabeth Cutter



1910-32

Box 9: folder 1-15
1933-34, n.d.

Box 10: folder 1-7
Miscellaneous,
1914-34

Box 10: folder 8
Correspondence with friends and associates



Connor, Charles,
1924-34

Box 10: folder 9
d'Harnoncourt, Rene,
n.d.

Box 10: folder 10
Dr. Foster,
1932

Box 10: folder 11
Lamont, Corliss,
1923-33, n.d.

Box 10: folder 12-13
Outgoing,
1923-34

Box 10: folder 14
Incoming



1925-33

Box 10: folder 15-17
1933-34

Box 11: folder 1-4
From pupils at Dwight School,
1928-30, n.d.

Box 11: folder 5
Christmas and greeting cards,
1925-30, n.d.

Box 11: folder 6-7
Mexico,
1928-29

Box 11: folder 8
To "Connie," writtencompiled and given to ECM in 1948
1925-26,

Box 11: folder 9
Writings



Diaries



1914, 1919-20

Box 11: folder 10-11
1921-25, 28, 31

Box 12: folder 1-4
Travel journal - poems,
1922-25

Box 12: folder 5
Travel journal,
1926-31


Typescript


Box 12: folder 6-7
Original


Box 13: folder 1
Excerpts from Mexico diary,
1929

Box 13: folder 2
Childhood



Homemade books,
1910, n.d.

Box 13: folder 3
Record book,
n.d.

Box 13: folder 4
"Elisabeth's book written for Constance,"
n.d.

Box 13: folder 5
Family crossword puzzle, questionnaire, "Reading,"
1926, n.d.

Box 13: folder 6
Notebook with draft for family history,
n.d.

Box 13: folder 7
Contents of card index box compiled by Elisabeth in Pasadena,
circa 1934

Box 13: folder 8-10
Short Stories



"The Daguerreotype" and "Summer by the Sea,"
n.d.

Box 13: folder 11
"Green Sofa Sunday," "Piazza Theatre," etc.,
n.d.

Box 13: folder 12
"Our Mother's Family"


Box 13: folder 13
"Mexican Children"


Box 13: folder 14
"Home Again," Charm,
May 1930

Box 13: folder 15
"When Mother Was a Little Girl"


Box 13: folder 16-17
The Six of Us, 1 of 2


Box 13: folder 18
The Six of Us, 2 of 2


Box 14: folder 1
Morgan, Janet: correspondence to ECM,
1940-53

Box 14: folder 2
Morrow, Alice: correspondence to ECM,
1903-29, n.d.

Box 14: folder 3
Morrow, Clara



Diary,
1914-17

Box 14: folder 4
Correspondence,
1902-11

Box 14: folder 5
Morrow, Dwight Whitney



Biographical material



Account book and Princeton degree,
1901-25

Box 14: folder 6
Passports,
1921-31

Box 14: folder 7-8
New Jersey Senatorial campaign,
1930

Box 14: folder 9
Invitations: Naval Conference, London,
1930

Box 14: folder 10
News clippings: Mexico,
1927-32

Box 14: folder 11
Correspondence, outgoing



Morrow, Elizabeth Cutter,
1893-14 Mar 1902

Box 14: folder 12-16
Morrow, Elizabeth Cutter,
16 Mar 1902-1931

Box 15: folder 1-7
Family, regarding engagement,
1901

Box 15: folder 8
Family,
1903-29

Box 15: folder 9
Friends and associates,
1912-30

Box 15: folder 10
Correspondence, incoming,
1908-29

Box 15: folder 11
Morrow, Dwight Whitney, Jr.



Biographical material



School papers, etc.
1920, n.d.

Box 15: folder 12
Passport,
1925

Box 15: folder 13
Groton School records,
1922-27

Box 15: folder 14
Amherst College commencement,
1933

Box 15: folder 15
Harvard Columbus Expedition,
1939

Box 15: folder 16
Note:

[see also: photographs]

Correspondence, outgoing



Cutter, Annie Spencer (1845-1938 and 1877-1957),
1914-33

Box 15: folder 17
Morgan, Constance Morrow,
1928-34

Box 15: folder 18
Morgan, Elisabeth Morrow,
1932-34

Box 15: folder 19
Morrow, Dwight (father),
1918-31

Box 15: folder 20
Morrow, Elizabeth Cutter,
1915-54

Box 16: folder 1-13
Sisters and miscellaneous,
1920-48

Box 16: folder 14
Children of DWM Jr to ECM,
1950-54

Box 16: folder 15
Writings



"The Indian Book"
circa 1914-22

Box 16: folder 16
Stories for Grotonian,
circa 1922-27

Box 17: folder 1
Morrow, Elizabeth (Cutter)



Biographical Material



General and miscellaneous,
n.d.

Box 17: folder 2
Passports,
1921-48

Box 17: folder 3-6
The Interlude high school alumna update,
May 1902

Box 17: folder 7
Who's News and Why,
Apr 1943

Box 17: folder 8
Wedding,
16 June 1903

Box 17: folder 9
Death



Correspondence to Cutter family,
1954-55

Box 17: folder 10
Condolences to family,
1954-55

Box 17: folder 11
Condolence cards and flowers,
1954-55

Box 17: folder 12
Telegrams,
1954-55

Box 17: folder 13
Resolutions and tributes from organizations,
1955

Box 17: folder 14
Correspondence regarding gifts and bequests,
1955

Box 17: folder 15-16
Obituaries and memorial services,
1954-55

Box 17: folder 17
Presbyterian church bulletins and reports,
1875-1940

Box 17: folder 18
Notebooks and address books,
n.d.

Box 18: folder 1-6
Account books,
1913-21

Box 18: folder 7-9
Notes attached to letters by ECM, slips from journals,
n.d.

Box 18: folder 10-11
Calendar and reminder pad,
1953

Box 18: folder 12
Articles and news clippings



Committee for address of Women of Great Britain and Ireland on Slavery in the United States,
1852

Box 19: folder 1
Zur Erinnerung an Gardie von Horn geb. Maynard,
1914

Box 2
Poetry by others,
1911-42

Box 2: folder 3
Preludes to Poetry, Stevenson Room Poetry Group,
1928

Box 2: folder 4
Miscellaneous articles and clippings,
1862-1914

Box 2: folder 5
Education



Central High School report and Smith College course list,
1890-96

Box 2: folder 6
Smith College class notes



Freshman year winter term,
1893

Box 2: folder 7
Sophomore year fall,
1893


German


Box 2: folder 8
English Prose and Poetry


Box 2: folder 9
Zoology


Box 2: folder 10-11
Sophomore year winter term, Old English,
1894

Box 20: folder 1
Junior year fall,
1894


Economics


Box 20: folder 2
Zoology


Box 20: folder 3
annotated textbook


Box 20: folder 4
English literature


Box 20: folder 5
Rhetoric


Box 20: folder 6
Senior year fall,
1895


19th century prose


Box 20: folder 7
Aesthetics


Box 20: folder 8
19th century history


Box 20: folder 9
19th century history


Box 21: folder 1
Philosophy


Box 21: folder 2
Senior year spring,
1896


Psychology and ethics


Box 21: folder 3
19th century history


Box 21: folder 4-5
Unidentified class notes, possibly English literature,
1895

Box 21: folder 6
Notebook on English literature,
n.d.

Box 21: folder 7
Rhetoric notebook,
circa 1892-94

Box 21: folder 8
Daily Themes and rhetoric ("Bain"),
circa 1895

Box 22: folder 1-2
Smith College student activities



Alpha Society,
1895-96

Box 22: folder 3
Ancient Order of Hibernians



General,
1894-96

Box 22: folder 4
Songbook,
n.d.

Box 22: folder 5
Postgraduate study notes



Ibsen lecture course,
Oct-Nov 1896

Box 22: folder 6-9
European history: Nation-making in the 19th century,
1898

Box 22: folder 10-12
French language,
circa 1896-1903

Box 23: folder 1-5
Spanish language,
n.d.

Box 23: folder 6-12
Englewood government,
1916

Box 23: folder 13-14
Home nursing,
n.d.

Box 23: folder 15
"Bringing up children,"
1904-06

Box 23: folder 16
List of children's books,
circa 1909-14

Box 23: folder 17
Religious studies


Box 24
Bible study notebook,
1903-52

Box 24: folder 1
Bible notebook: Mark,
n.d.

Box 24: folder 2
Gospel of Luke extension course,
1951-52

Box 24: folder 3
Note:

[see also: oversize, 1954 seminary summer session]

Bible study,
1953-54

Box 24: folder 4
French, Italian, and German notebook,
circa 1911

Box 24: folder 5
Greek literature notebook,
n.d.

Box 24: folder 6
Poetry course taught by Elizabeth Drew,
n.d.

Box 24: folder 7
Changing Functions of Education,
n.d.

Box 24: folder 8
Family



Genealogy,
1929, 1969, n.d.

Box 24: folder 9
Weddings,
1903-37

Box 24: folder 10
Play: "Mook," performed by children,
1920

Box 24: folder 11
Cutter, Annie Spencer (1845-1938): death



Condolences to her daughters,
1938

Box 24: folder 12-15
Correspondence regarding bequest and legacies,
1939

Box 24: folder 16
Cutter, Charles Long: condolences,
1915

Box 24: folder 17
Lindbergh, Charles Augustus, III (1930-32): death



Condolences to ECM,
1932

Box 24: folder 18-19
from Cleveland,
1932

Box 24: folder 20
from Englewood,
1932

Box 24: folder 21
from Abroad,
1932

Box 24: folder 22
Morgan, Constance (Morrow): Milton Academy and threatening letters,
1929-39

Box 24: folder 23
Morgan, Elisabeth Reeve (Morrow): death


Box 25
Personal and family condolences,
1934-35

Box 25: folder 1
Condolences, A-Z,
1934-35

Box 25: folder 2-6
Typed copies of condolences,
1934-35

Box 25: folder 7
Telegrams,
1934-35

Box 25: folder 8
Funeral arrangements, obituary, and poetry,
1934-35

Box 26: folder 1
Dwight W. Morrow, Sr,
1931-54


Correspondence about DWM,
1931-54

Box 26: folder 2
Biography by Harold Nicolson



Dwight Morrow: A Biography by Harold Nicolson,
1935

Box 26: folder 3
ECM's notebook on biography


Box 26: folder 4
Correspondence



Selection of author and publisher, A-Z,
1932-35, n.d.

Box 26: folder 5-7
Lowry, Colonel Edward to ECM,
1933-34

Box 26: folder 8
Nicolson, Harold to ECM,
1934-53

Box 26: folder 9-10
Nicolson, Ben and Vita to ECM,
1934-39

Box 26: folder 11
To ECM about biography after publication,
1935-44

Box 26: folder 12
Photograph, financial arrangements with Nicolson, proof pages,
1901-35

Box 26: folder 13
S.S. Dwight Morrow,
1943

Box 26: folder 14
Death


Box 27
Correspondence to ECM,
1931

Box 27: folder 1
Condolences to ERMM



General,
1931

Box 27: folder 2-3
From abroad,
1931

Box 27: folder 4
From Smith College and Milton Academy,
1931

Box 27: folder 5
From Englewood,
1931

Box 27: folder 6-7
Tributes, clippings, articles, correspondence offering ECM Senatorship,
1931-32

Box 27: folder 8
Memorial ceremony, correspondence, photographs,
1932

Box 27: folder 9
Dwight W. Morrow, Jr.



General,
1922-54

Box 27: folder 10
Divorce and financial settlement,
1947-48

Box 27: folder 11
Health: Dr. William Terhune,
1938-46

Box 27: folder 12
Lincoln University and Fifth Avenue apartment,
1952-54

Box 27: folder 13
Margot (Loines) Morrow,
1938-39

Box 27: folder 14
Travel



China and Japan



Note:

[see also: Organizations: Smith College: Ginling College]

United Board for Christian Colleges in China



Minutes,
1940-41

Box 27: folder 15
Correspondence,
1937-48

Box 27: folder 16-17
Printed material,
1947-48

Box 27: folder 18
Printed material



Willis Lamott and Robert Speer,
1937-40

Box 27: folder 19
Birth of a New China, Lin Yutang,
1939

Box 27: folder 20
"What Would You Give to Make this a Short War?" and "A Letter from Madam Chiang Kai-shek,"
n.d.

Box 27: folder 21
"What Li Wen Saw," and University of Nanking brochures,
1936

Box 27: folder 22
United China Relief: correspondence, conference,
1941-43

Box 28: folder 1
Yenching University



Printed materials,
1929-47

Box 28: folder 2-3
Correspondence, pamphlet, photograph,
1934-42

Box 28: folder 4
Note:

[see also: oversize]

Kobe College: correspondence, printed material,
1938

Box 28: folder 5
Doshisha University, Japan: postcards,
n.d.

Box 28: folder 6
China: Peking photographs,
n.d.

Box 28: folder 7
Japan group photograph,
1936

Box 28: folder 8
Women's Missionary Society, Presbyterian Church: report,
1917

Box 28: folder 9
Notes and speeches,
1936

Box 28: folder 10
Note:

[see also: journal, spring 1936]

Notebook: trip to Orient,
1936

Box 28: folder 11
Notebook,
n.d.

Box 28: folder 12
Peking Association of University Women annual meeting,
Apr 1936

Box 28: folder 13
Ginling College luncheon,
1936

Box 28: folder 14
Smith College Club of Peking dinner,
25 Apr 1936

Box 28: folder 15
Trip to Orient: correspondence,
1936-37

Box 28: folder 16
Cook's handbook for overseas,
1935-36

Box 28: folder 17
Twenty-five best views of Kandy and Up country,
n.d.

Box 28: folder 18
R.M.S. Queen Mary menus,
Sep-Oct 1936

Box 28: folder 19
Visit to the Chinese Coast, Rev. Charles Gutzlaff,
circa 1846-48

Box 28: folder 20
Cook's India,
1935-36

Box 29: folder 1
Orient itinerary, postcards, notes,
1936

Box 29: folder 2
Mexico



Art and archaeology



Watercolors by Amey Aldrich



"Trees of Mexico,"
n.d.

Box 29: folder 3
"Flowers of Mexico,"
n.d.

Box 29: folder 4
Sketches by Rene d'Harnoncourt,
1930

Box 29: folder 5
Exhibition catalogs and bulletins,
1932-42

Box 29: folder 6
Catalog of Frederick Davis painting exhibition,
1951

Box 29: folder 7
Exposition of Indian tribal arts,
1931-32

Box 29: folder 8
ECM's art objects on loan,
1941-44

Box 29: folder 9
Diego Rivera murals and Stanton Catlin,
1929-50

Box 29: folder 10-12
Photographs: Marion Freeman Wakeman and studio,
1937, n.d.

Box 29: folder 13
Photograph, correspondence: Diego Rivera fresco,
1932

Box 29: folder 14
Report on archaeological exploration in Oaxaca,
1937

Box 29: folder 15
Correspondence,
1929-48

Box 29: folder 16-27
Financial


Box 30
Account book,
1927-29

Box 30: folder 1
Receipts and checkbook,
1928-54

Box 30: folder 2
Household



Addresses,
1944-51

Box 30: folder 3-4
Guest lists,
1944-51

Box 30: folder 5
Dinner,
13 Sep 1927

Box 30: folder 6
Cuernavaca house



Purchase,
1928-29

Box 30: folder 7
Note:

[see also oversize]

Rentals,
1931-36

Box 30: folder 8-10
Maintenance,
1934-37

Box 30: folder 11-12
Drawings, magazine articles


Box 30: folder 13
Correspondence,
1937-38, n.d.

Box 30: folder 14
Household inventories,
1948

Box 30: folder 15
Embassy inventory,
1927, n.d.

Box 30: folder 16
Bateas (wooden bowls) inventory


Box 30: folder 17
Purchase of Mexican screen,
1935

Box 30: folder 18
Book lists,
1937

Box 30: folder 19
Notebooks



circa 1927-29

Box 30: folder 20-21
circa 1931

Box 30: folder 22
1935-45

Box 31: folder 1
1952

Box 31: folder 2
n.d.

Box 31: folder 3
Notes for speeches,
n.d.

Box 31: folder 4
Organizations



Estatutos de la Asociación Amigos de Taxco,
1933

Box 31: folder 5
Mexico YWCA,
1929-33

Box 31: folder 6
Printed materials



General,
1934, n.d.

Box 31: folder 7-8
Map of Mexico,  
n.d.

Box 31: folder 9
Itineraries of a Motor Trip,
n.d.

Box 31: folder 10
American property/oil rights in Mexico,
1926

Box 31: folder 11
El Indio,
Jul 1929

Box 31: folder 12
Bulletin of the Pan American Union, "A Glimpse of Mexico's Rural Schools,"
Oct 1930

Box 31: folder 13
Mexican Art and Life,
Jul 1938

Box 31: folder 14
America's Future, "Mexico, Our Good Red Neighbor,"
Nov 1938

Box 31: folder 15
Herring, "Cultural Relations with Latin America" and "The Unconquerable Mexican," by Samuel Inman,
1937-40

Box 31: folder 16
"Passport to Mexico," Saturday Review of Literature,
1951

Box 31: folder 17
"A Mexican Interpretation of Mexico," The Survey, by Rene d'Harnoncourt,
1 Oct 1930

Box 31: folder 18
News clippings,
1927-49

Box 31: folder 19
Travel arrangements



1930

Box 31: folder 20
1940

Box 31: folder 21
1941

Box 31: folder 22
1944

Box 31: folder 23
1949-52

Box 31: folder 24-27
1954

Box 31: folder 28
Trip itineraries,
1943-52

Box 31: folder 29
Guide to Mexico city,
1939-54

Box 32: folder 1
"Dwight Morrow and the New Understanding,"
n.d.

Box 32: folder 2
Macnab, Colonel AJ: speech on Mexico and DWM,
1937

Box 32: folder 3
Book reviews by ECM,  
n.d.

Box 32: folder 4
Miscellaneous,
n.d.

Box 32: folder 5
Other trips



Texas, Colorado, and Salt Lake City with Dillinghams: journal,
Jun-Jul 1888

Box 32: folder 6
Washington with Arthur Cutter: journal,
1889

Box 32: folder 7
Europe: mementos,
1900-11

Box 32: folder 8
France,
1918-19

Box 32: folder 9
Note:

[see also: Organizations: Smith College: Alumnae Association: War Service Committee]

Glacier Park: diary,
1919

Box 32: folder 10
Nassau,
1926

Box 32: folder 11-12
Italy and Sicily



Notebook,
1931

Box 32: folder 13
Artwork: Italian street vendors,
n.d.

Box 32: folder 14
England and Wales,
1948

Box 32: folder 15
England: invitations to Coronation,
1953

Box 32: folder 16
Europe: Welsh Choir,
n.d.

Box 32: folder 17
Correspondence to family



Conover, Charlotte Reeve,
1922-43

Box 32: folder 18
Cutter family,
1883-1905

Box 32: folder 19
Cutter family,
1906-1945, n.d.

Box 33: folder 1-6
Cutter, Annie Spencer (1845-1938) and Charles Long,
1886-1912

Box 33: folder 7-8
Cutter, Annie Spencer (1845-1938)



1883-Jun 1895

Box 33: folder 9-13
Sep 1895-May 1909, n.d.

Box 34: folder 1-15
May 1909-Dec 1917

Box 35: folder 1-15
Jan 1918-Jul 1929

Box 36: folder 1-15
Aug 1929-1938, n.d.

Box 37: folder 1-12
Cutter, Annie Spencer (1877-1957)



1883-96

Box 37: folder 13-14
1897-1923

Box 38: folder 1-14
1924-54, n.d.

Box 39: folder 1-12
Cutter, Arthur,
1892-94

Box 39: folder 13
Cutter, Charles



1883-94

Box 39: folder 14
1895-1914

Box 40: folder 1-7
Cutter, Rose,
1904

Box 40: folder 8
Dillingham, Pauline,
1887-1951, n.d.

Box 40: folder 9
Hunt, Arthur,
1939

Box 40: folder 10
Kelley, Rose Spencer,
1899-1904

Box 40: folder 11
Lindbergh, Evangeline,
1929-34

Box 40: folder 12
Lindbergh, Jon,
1941-43

Box 40: folder 13
Morgan, Aubrey,
1935-52

Box 40: folder 14
Morgan, Elisabeth Reeve (Morrow)



1915-Oct 1922

Box 40: folder 15-18
Nov 1922-34

Box 41: folder 1-12
Morrow, Alice,
1928

Box 41: folder 13
Morrow, Clara and James E.,
1903-14, n.d.

Box 41: folder 14
Morrow, Dwight Whitney (husband)



1893-6 Oct 1901

Box 41: folder 15-17
1901-1930

Box 42: folder 1-7
Morrow, Dwight Whitney, Jr.,
1915-38

Box 42: folder 8
Morrow, Jay J.,
1927

Box 42: folder 9
Morrow children,
1924

Box 42: folder 10
Scandrett family,
1914-39

Box 42: folder 11
Spencer, Mary,
1895-96

Box 42: folder 12
Yates, Edith Cutter,
1895-1952

Box 42: folder 13-17
Miscellaneous,
1915-45

Box 42: folder 18
Correspondence from family



Cutter family,
1898-1953, n.d.

Box 42: folder 19
Miscellaneous,
1893-1953

Box 42: folder 20
Correspondence with friends and associates


Box 43
ECM to Aldrich, Amey,
1895-1953

Box 43: folder 1-4
Aldrich, Amey to ECM,
1895-1953

Box 43: folder 5-11
Aldrich, Amey: incoming and to Cutters,
1925-54, n.d.

Box 43: folder 12
A - American Association of University Women


Box 43: folder 13
American Committee on Rights of Religious Minorities - Applegarth


Box 43: folder 14
Archibald - Atwood


Box 43: folder 15
Aubin - Bailey


Box 44: folder 1
Barber - Bennett


Box 44: folder 2
Bennington College - Bobbs Merrill Company


Box 44: folder 3
Bloom - Bowdoin College


Box 44: folder 4
Boyd - Browne


Box 44: folder 5
Broz - Bunker


Box 44: folder 6
Bunker - Burnett


Box 44: folder 7
Burnett - Byrne


Box 44: folder 8
C - Chapin School


Box 44: folder 9
Chapman - Church of Christ


Box 44: folder 10
Church Mission of Help - Colefax


Box 44: folder 11
Colgan - Comstock


Box 44: folder 12
Conant - Cosmopolitan Club


Box 44: folder 13
Craighill - Cushman


Box 44: folder 14
Dake - Days


Box 45: folder 1
Dean - d'Harnoncourt


Box 45: folder 2
de Selincourt - Dowdeswell


Box 45: folder 3
Dowdeswell - Dwight School


Box 45: folder 4
E


Box 45: folder 5
F


Box 45: folder 6
Gamiro - Graeme


Box 45: folder 7
Grande Maison de Blanc - Hall


Box 45: folder 8
Hallaran - Hildebrandt


Box 45: folder 9
Hill - Hulst


Box 45: folder 10
Hulst - Ingalls


Box 45: folder 11
Ingham - Jordan


Box 45: folder 12
Junior Assembly - Kassick


Box 45: folder 13
Kassick - Knickerbocker Club


Box 46: folder 1
Kinsman, Rebecca,
1895-1915

Box 46: folder 2
Knox County General Hospital - Lamont


Box 46: folder 3
Lamont - Lewis, Elizabeth Dike


Box 46: folder 4
Lewis, Laura - Lowthorpe School


Box 46: folder 5
MacArthur - McClung


Box 46: folder 6
McCook - Mexican Arts Corporation


Box 46: folder 7
Mexican Arts Corporation - Miller


Box 46: folder 8
Milton Academy - Morse


Box 46: folder 9
Morton - Munroe


Box 46: folder 10
Munroe - National Association for the Advancement of Colored People


Box 46: folder 11
National Broadcasting Corporation - City of Northampton, Massachusetts


Box 46: folder 12
North Haven, Maine


Box 46: folder 13-14
Northover - Nuttal


Box 47: folder 1
Oberlin College - Oviatt


Box 47: folder 2
Pachard - Payson


Box 47: folder 3
Peabody - Plimpton


Box 47: folder 4
Poets' Guild - Reid


Box 47: folder 5
Relief Society for the Aged - Rublee


Box 47: folder 6
Rublee - Rutherford


Box 47: folder 7
Sage - Schill


Box 47: folder 8
Schladermundt - Sherborn, Ada


Box 47: folder 9
Sherborn, Charles - Smith, Luther Ely


Box 47: folder 10
Smith, Mary - Stifer


Box 47: folder 11
Stimson - Theban


Box 47: folder 12
Thomas - Thornton


Box 47: folder 13
Thornton - Tyler


Box 48: folder 1
U - W


Box 48: folder 2-4
Wadmon - Walter, Alice Evangeline Hall


Box 48: folder 5
Walter, Alice Evangeline


Box 48: folder 6-8
Walter, Alice Evangeline - Washburn


Box 48: folder 9
Washington and Jefferson College - Whitney


Box 48: folder 10
Whitney - Whitridge


Box 48: folder 11
X - Z, illegible names


Box 48: folder 12
Correspondence soliciting or acknowledging donations,
1928-49

Box 48: folder 13
Correspondence in French


Box 48: folder 14
Requests for autographs,
1932

Box 48: folder 15-16
Miscellaneous third party,
1869-1940

Box 48: folder 17
Correspondence, incoming



Unknown to ECM,
1896-1936

Box 48: folder 18
Unknown to ECM,
1937-54, n.d.

Box 49: folder 1-2
First name only, A-Z,s
1930s-50

Box 49: folder 3-9
First name only,
1893-94

Box 49: folder 10
Miscellaneous,
1938

Box 49: folder 11
Children's drawings,
n.d.

Box 49: folder 12
Birthday and greeting cards



From miscellaneous or unknown,
1918-52, n.d.

Box 49: folder 13
Birthday cards from family,
n.d.

Box 49: folder 14-15
Christmas cards: Morrow, Morgan, and Lindbergh families


Box 49: folder 16
Christmas cards,
n.d.

Box 49: folder 17
Travel essay for Christmas by Corliss and Margaret Lamont,
1950

Box 49: folder 18
Valentines from children and grandchildren,
n.d.

Box 49: folder 19
Organizations and activities


Box 50
American Bankers' Association Convention: Women's Reception,
1922

Box 50: folder 1
Christianity in Crisis,
1941-43

Box 50: folder 2
Citizens' Committee for Planned Parenthood,
1938

Box 50: folder 3
Colby College



Maine Million Fund,
1937-38

Box 50: folder 4
Printed material,
1931-37

Box 50: folder 5-6
Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies



Lend-Lease Bill Advocacy,
1941

Box 50: folder 7
Correspondence with White, William A.,
1940-41

Box 50: folder 8
Printed material,
1940-41

Box 50: folder 9
Clippings,
1940-41

Box 50: folder 10
Englewood (New Jersey) Community Chest



Note:

[see also: Speeches]

Administration



Plan for the Campaign Committee,
1933

Box 50: folder 11
Bylaws drafts,
1933

Box 50: folder 12
Bylaws final copy and audit,
1933

Box 50: folder 13
Membership lists,
n.d.

Box 50: folder 14
Agendas and Minutes,
1933-34

Box 50: folder 15
Reports,
1911-12

Box 50: folder 16-17
Situation report and budget,
1933

Box 50: folder 18
Englewood Survey,
1937

Box 50: folder 19
Correspondence



Social Services Federation of Englewood,
1933-34

Box 50: folder 20
1932-53, n.d.

Box 50: folder 21-22
Printed material



How to Help,
1933

Box 50: folder 23
SHARE! drafts,
n.d.

Box 50: folder 24
Campaigns



Campaign Kit,
1933

Box 50: folder 25
Chairman's manual,
1934

Box 50: folder 26
Campaign materials,
1934-35

Box 50: folder 27
Events,
1933-53

Box 50: folder 28
ECM's notes for speech,
circa 1933

Box 50: folder 29
News clippings,
1933-34

Box 50: folder 30
Fight for Freedom


Box 51
Administration



Statement of purpose, agendas, finance,
1941-42

Box 51: folder 1
Merger with Committee to Defend America,
Oct-Dec 1941

Box 51: folder 2
Membership lists,
1941

Box 51: folder 3
Correspondence,
Apr-Dec 1941

Box 51: folder 4
Printed material: newsletters and radio speech,
Sep-Dec 1941

Box 51: folder 5
Affiliated Organizations



For Finland, Inc.,
Nov-Dec 1941

Box 51: folder 6
Freedom House,
1941-42

Box 51: folder 7
Continental Congress for Freedom,
1941

Box 51: folder 8
Notebook,
Nov 1941-Jan 1942

Box 51: folder 9
News clippings,
1941

Box 51: folder 10
Food for Freedom



Administrative



General,
1943-1946

Box 51: folder 11
Statement of principles and purpose,
1943

Box 51: folder 12
Board of Directors: minutes,
1943-36

Box 51: folder 13
Executive Committee: minutes,
1943-46

Box 51: folder 14
Other minutes,
1943

Box 51: folder 15
Advisory Committee for children's publications on foreign relief


Box 51
General,
1944

Box 51: folder 16
"Too Young to Enlist" notebook contents,
1944

Box 51: folder 17
Reports and proposals,
1943-47

Box 51: folder 18
Financial materials,
1940-46

Box 51: folder 19
Lists of contributors,
n.d.

Box 51: folder 20
Correspondence



A-Z,
1943-46, n.d.

Box 51: folder 21-24
Weston, Harold,
1943-45

Box 52: folder 1-5
Public Relations and printed material



Press releases and progress reports,
1944-46

Box 52: folder 6
Bulletins,
Jul-Aug 1945

Box 52: folder 7
News releases,
18 Jan 1946-20 Jan 1947

Box 52: folder 8-9
Articles,
1944-45

Box 52: folder 10
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA): pamphlet drafts,
n.d.

Box 52: folder 11
Pamphlets,
1943, n.d.

Box 52: folder 12-13
Pamphlets, flyers, letterheads,
1943-46, n.d.

Box 52: folder 14
Food guides,
n.d.

Box 52: folder 15
Form letters,
May 1946

Box 52: folder 16
Related organizations



Food and Agriculture Organization,
1945-46

Box 52: folder 17
Girl Scouts,
1920-44

Box 52: folder 18
"News from Belgium" bulletins,
May-Sep 1944

Box 52: folder 19
Union Label Feature Service press releases,
1944-45

Box 52: folder 20
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration,
1945-46

Box 52: folder 21
Other press releases,
1943-47

Box 52: folder 22
Events



Cleveland Conference



Speeches,
Oct 1943

Box 52: folder 23
Correspondence, A-Z,
Aug-Oct 1943

Box 52: folder 24
Program material,
May-Oct 1943

Box 52: folder 25
News clippings,
21-29 Oct 1943

Box 52: folder 26
White House visit,
Sep 1945

Box 52: folder 27
Other events,
1944-46

Box 53: folder 1
ECM's notes,
1946, n.d.

Box 53: folder 2
News clippings,
1943-46

Box 53: folder 3
Foundation for the Emotionally Unstable Personality,
1951-52

Box 53: folder 4
Little School,
1936-40

Box 53: folder 5
Mobilization for Human Needs,
1934-37

Box 53: folder 6
Museum of Modern Art,
1936-37

Box 53: folder 7
Museums,
1939

Box 53: folder 8
North Haven Library,
1939-40

Box 53: folder 9-10
Poetry Society



Poems,
Feb 1924-Mar 1927, n.d.

Box 53: folder 11-13
Correspondence,
1925-41, n.d.

Box 53: folder 14
Newsletters,
1923-27

Box 53: folder 15-17
Miscellaneous,
1923-27

Box 53: folder 18
Prix Femina Americain



General,
1933-34, n.d.

Box 53: folder 19
Correspondence



Dauban, Jeanne,
1932-34, n.d.

Box 53: folder 20-21
A-Z,
1932-34

Box 53: folder 22-23
Red Cross



Correspondence and clipping,
1917-18

Box 53: folder 24
Confidential Memoranda on Armenia,
1919

Box 53: folder 25-26
Shakespeare Club of Englewood, NJ,
1934-41

Box 54: folder 1
Smith College



Note:

[see also Biographical Materials]

General



Class of 1896 class list,
1936-40

Box 54: folder 2
Book presented to ECM by students,
1940

Box 54: folder 3
"Smith in Portrait" calendar,
1940

Box 54: folder 4
Museum of Art: correspondence and catalog,
1932-45

Box 54: folder 5
Address by Wilmarth S. Lewis on "The Trustee of the Privately Endowed University,"
1952

Box 54: folder 6
Printed material: Women in the field of science,
1948

Box 54: folder 7
Seating chart,
1943

Box 54: folder 8
Seven Sisters' World War II summer programs,
1941

Box 54: folder 9
Artwork and photographs,
n.d.

Box 54: folder 10
News clippings,
1916-54

Box 54: folder 11-17
notes,
n.d.

Box 54: folder 18
Class of 1896 Reunion Gift Committee: Sophia Smith homestead



General, A-Z,
1916-17

Box 54: folder 19-26
Minutes and reports,
1916

Box 55: folder 1
Correspondence, A-Z,
1916-17

Box 55: folder 2-8
Ledger of pledges,
1916

Box 55: folder 9
Wallpaper samples,
circa 1916

Box 55: folder 10
Pledge cards,
1916

Box 55: folder 11
Receipts,
1916

Box 55: folder 12
War Service Committee,
1918


Administration



General,
1918-20

Box 55: folder 13
Reports



General,
1917-20

Box 55: folder 14
Andrews, Hannah: Reports,
1918

Box 55: folder 15
Memoranda and reports: London, Boston, Paris,
1917-18

Box 55: folder 16
Note:

[see also ECM: Bio: Travel: France, 1918-19]

Proposal for Boy Scout program in France,
1919

Box 55: folder 17
Criteria and equipment for joining the Smith College Relief Unit


Box 55: folder 18
Miscellaneous: library booklist


Box 55: folder 19
Correspondence from Smith College Relief Unit



A,
1917-1919

Box 55: folder 20
Andrews, Hannah D.,
1917- Mar 1918

Box 55: folder 21
Andrews, Hannah D.,
Jul 1918-1919

Box 56: folder 1-3
B,
1918-19

Box 56: folder 4
Biddlecome, Elizabeth,
1918-19

Box 56: folder 5
Bliss, Elizabeth H.,
1917-19

Box 56: folder 6
Brown, Dorothy H.,
1918-19

Box 56: folder 7
C,
1917-19

Box 56: folder 8
Chapin, Anne,
1917-25

Box 56: folder 9
Clapp, Mary,
1919

Box 56: folder 10
Clement, Fannie F.,
1918-19

Box 56: folder 11
D-E,
1917-18

Box 56: folder 12
Emerson, Ellen,
1918-20

Box 56: folder 13-15
F,
1918-19

Box 56: folder 16
Fast, Louisa K.,
1918-19

Box 56: folder 17
Ford, Harriet Chalmers,
1917-27

Box 56: folder 18
G-H


Box 56: folder 19
Gaines, Ruth



General,
1917-19

Box 56: folder 20-21
Ladies of Grecourt contract,
1919-20

Box 56: folder 22
Goddard, Jean T. J.,
1918

Box 56: folder 23
Greenough, Clara M.,
1918-19

Box 56: folder 24
H


Box 56: folder 25
Hooper, Catherine,
1917-18

Box 56: folder 26
J-L


Box 56: folder 27
Lewis, Mary B.,
1918-19

Box 56: folder 28-29
M


Box 56: folder 30
Mather, Lucy,
1917-18

Box 56: folder 31
Moore, Alice,
1919

Box 56: folder 32
Parsons, Alice,
1918-19

Box 56: folder 33
N-Q,
1917-19

Box 56: folder 34
R


Box 56: folder 35
Read, Georgia W.,
1918-19

Box 56: folder 36
S,
1918-19

Box 56: folder 37
Stevenson, Mary G.,
1918-19

Box 56: folder 38
T


Box 56: folder 39
Tallant, Alice Weld,
1917-18

Box 56: folder 40
Thayer, Helen R.,
1917-19

Box 56: folder 41
Valentine, Frances,
1918-19

Box 56: folder 42
W


Box 56: folder 43
Wilson, Martha,
1918

Box 57: folder 1
Wolfs, Marie,
1917-29

Box 57: folder 2-3
Young, Dorothy,
1918-19

Box 57: folder 4
Other correspondence



Ladies of Grecourt publication dispute,
1920-22

Box 57: folder 5
Regarding potential relief work,
1939-40

Box 57: folder 6
Near East Unit,
1919

Box 57: folder 7
ECM outgoing,
1918-20

Box 57: folder 8
Printed materials



Women's organizations for war relief,
1917, n.d.

Box 57: folder 9
Application, appeal, articles,
1917-18, n.d.

Box 57: folder 10
News clippings,
1918-19

Box 57: folder 11
Fiction by June Richardson Lucas and Elizabeth Biddlecome: typescripts


Box 57: folder 12
Affiliated Organization: Red Cross



Children's Bureau reports,
1917-18

Box 57: folder 13
European War Work reports,
1917-18

Box 57: folder 14
Hospitals in England


Box 57: folder 15
June Richardson Lucas: correspondence,
1917-18

Box 57: folder 16
Photographs: Grecourt, Somme,
n.d.

Box 57: folder 17
Four Million Dollar Fund



General,
1917-26, n.d.

Box 57: folder 18
Correspondence,
1919-22

Box 57: folder 19-20
Notes,
1925, n.d.

Box 57: folder 21
Printed material



Campaign books,
1919-25

Box 57: folder 23-25
Campaign books,
1919-25

Box 58: folder 1-5
Promotional material and club events,
1919-25

Box 58: folder 6
Script, "The Adventures of Ada Fund," by Constance McLaughlin,
1919

Box 58: folder 7
News clippings,
1920

Box 58: folder 8
Fiftieth Anniversary Gift



General,
1924-25

Box 58: folder 9
Morrow family contributions,
1925

Box 58: folder 10-11
Correspondence



Personal to ECM,
1925

Box 58: folder 12-19
Pledges, A-F,
1925

Box 58: folder 20-23
Pledges, G-Z,
1925

Box 59: folder 1-7
Printed material: "Smith around the World,"
Jun 1925

Box 59: folder 8
News clippings,
Jun 1925

Box 59: folder 9
William Allan Neilson Foundation



Minutes and notes,
1935

Box 59: folder 10
Account statement,
1935

Box 59: folder 11
Lists and figures,
1935

Box 59: folder 12-15
Pledges,
1935-37

Box 59: folder 16-17
Draft and circular letters


Box 59: folder 18
Correspondence



A-H


Box 59: folder 19-26
Hammond, May


Box 60: folder 1
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company


Box 60: folder 2
I-R


Box 60: folder 3-5
Snow, Florence


Box 60: folder 6
Stevenson, George: treasurer,
1934-35

Box 60: folder 7-8
S-Z


Box 60: folder 9-11
Regarding Neilson's speech at AAUW,
1935

Box 60: folder 12
Neilson estate,
1946

Box 60: folder 13
Morrow family bequests


Box 60: folder 14
"What Next? or The Annual Report," play,
1935

Box 60: folder 15
"Facts about President Neilson" and "Neilson's Successor" speech,
1937

Box 60: folder 16
Seventy-Fifth Anniversary Fund



General: organization chart,
1946

Box 60: folder 17
Committees



All-Smith Committee,
1947-50

Box 60: folder 18
Campaign Committee,
1946

Box 60: folder 19
Capital Gifts Committee,
1951-53

Box 60: folder 20
Committee on Needs,
1945

Box 60: folder 21-22
National Headquarters Committee: Minutes,
1946-Jun 1947

Box 60: folder 23-24
Observance Committee,
1948-49

Box 61: folder 1
Planning Committee: minutes,
1945

Box 61: folder 2
Trustee Committee,
1947-48

Box 61: folder 3-4
Financial material,
1937-50

Box 61: folder 5
Correspondence and solicitations


Box 61: folder 6-15
Foundations and corporations,
1947-49

Box 61: folder 16
Pledges,
1945-50

Box 61: folder 17-22
Pledges,
1950

Box 62: folder 1
Pledge correspondence (rejections),
1949

Box 62: folder 2
Correspondence: contributions,
1949-50

Box 62: folder 3
Letters of congratulation,
1950

Box 62: folder 4
Letters of appeal,
1948-50

Box 62: folder 5
ECM's public letters


Box 62: folder 6
ECM's "last call" letter,
May 1947

Box 62: folder 7-8
ECM's gift


Box 62: folder 9
Faculty salaries,
1948

Box 62: folder 10
Inauguration and convocation,
1949

Box 62: folder 11
Esther Lowenthal Chair: correspondence


Box 62: folder 12
Letters protesting honoring of Eleanor Roosevelt,
1950

Box 62: folder 13
Snow, Florence,
1946

Box 62: folder 14
Publicity


Box 62
Message to all Smith fund workers, report on Publicity activities: draft


Box 62: folder 15
News Bulletins,
1946-47

Box 62: folder 16
News releases


Box 62: folder 17
News clippings,
1947

Box 62: folder 18
Student fundraising,
1946

Box 62: folder 19
Publications and speeches



"To New Usefulness and Honor": draft,
1946

Box 62: folder 20
"Tax Aspects of Giving": correspondence and drafts,
1949-50

Box 62: folder 21-22
Speech by Guy Emerson,
1947

Box 62: folder 23
Events and fundraisers



General


Box 62: folder 24
Convocation and Inauguration of President Wright,
Oct 1949

Box 62: folder 25
Note:

[see also: Speeches]

Mexican Market,
1947-50

Box 62: folder 26
Notes and lists,
1945-50

Box 62: folder 27
Notes and lists,
1945-50

Box 63: folder 1-4
Ginling College



Administration



Alumnae Committee for Ginling College (of the Alumnae Association of Smith College),
1920-41

Box 63: folder 5-6
Twenty-fifth Anniversary Committee



Membership lists,
1940-41

Box 63: folder 7
Committee minutes,
1940-41

Box 63: folder 8
Meetings: Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Worcester,
1940-41

Box 63: folder 9
Clippings,
1940-41

Box 63: folder 10
Events,
1940-41

Box 63: folder 11
Lists of guests and patrons,
1940

Box 63: folder 12
Silver sale for 25th anniversary fund,
1941

Box 63: folder 13
Financial reports and memoranda,
1940-41

Box 63: folder 14
Twenty-fifth Anniversary financial report



Smith Alumnae,
1941

Box 63: folder 15
General,
1941

Box 63: folder 16
Fundraising letters,
1938-41

Box 63: folder 17
Fundraising notebook,
1940-41

Box 63: folder 18
Publicity,
1940-41

Box 63: folder 19
Programs and speaking engagements,
1940-41

Box 64: folder 1
Donations and notes,
1936-41

Box 64: folder 2
Correspondence A-Z,
1931-41

Box 64: folder 3-10
General correspondence,
1936-42

Box 64: folder 11-13
Printed material



The Pioneer,
1919

Box 64: folder 14
Bulletin of Ginling College,
1919

Box 64: folder 15
Printed materials



1936-41

Box 64: folder 16
1940-43

Box 65: folder 1
Reports and news bulletins,
1936-42

Box 65: folder 2
Plays and Pageants,
1935, n.d.

Box 65: folder 3
Artwork: central building,
n.d.

Box 65: folder 4
Photographs,
1935-41, n.d.

Box 65: folder 5
Committee on Furnishing the New Dormitories


Box 65: folder 6
Note:

[see also Oversize]

Costs,
1925-26

Box 65: folder 7-8
Correspondence, A-Z,
1925-26

Box 65: folder 9-13
Notebook,
1926

Box 65: folder 14-15
Morrow House bookplates and Bliss Carman poem,
1925-26

Box 65: folder 16
Morrow House list of books given to library,
1925-26

Box 65: folder 17
Institute for the Coordination of Women's Interests



General,
1925-27

Box 65: folder 18-19
Articles by Ethel Puffer Howes,
1925-29

Box 65: folder 20
Smith Clubs



New York



General



1929-33

Box 65: folder 21
1935-46

Box 66: folder 1
Opera benefit,
1913-36

Box 66: folder 2
Chicago,
1936-49

Box 66: folder 3
Miscellaneous,
1935-38

Box 66: folder 4
Alumnae Association



Correspondence



General,
1918-52

Box 66: folder 5-10
Florence Snow,
1938-43

Box 66: folder 11
Semicentennial Committee: minutes,
1931

Box 66: folder 12
Alumnae House Fund



General,
1930-37

Box 66: folder 13
Building proposals and plans,
1931-32

Box 66: folder 14
Architects' reports,
1932

Box 66: folder 15
Building Committee



Correspondence and minutes,
1930-39, n.d.

Box 66: folder 16-23
Specifications


Box 67: folder 1-2
Sophia Smith homestead,
1931-38

Box 67: folder 3-4
Correspondence



General



1920-39

Box 67: folder 5-16
(A-J)
1940-1945-46

Box 68: folder 1-13
(K-Z)-48
1945-46

Box 69: folder 1-18
1949-54, n.d.

Box 70: folder 1-23
Admission of Jewish students,
1947-48

Box 70: folder 24
Alumnae College: The Americas,
1941

Box 70: folder 25
Alumnae Council, Class of
1896, 1944-54

Box 70: folder 26
Alumnae Fund,
1928-41

Box 70: folder 27
Applications,
1937-41

Box 71: folder 1
Capital Gifts,
1946-53

Box 71: folder 2
Committee for Discrimination in Giving (anti-Communist letters),
1954

Box 71: folder 3
Fact Sheet on College Scholarships,
1948

Box 71: folder 4
Furnishings of President's house,
1939

Box 71: folder 5
Grierson, Margaret, 
1940-53

Box 71: folder 6-7
Hankins, Frank: sex questionnaire controversy,
1926

Box 71: folder 8
Neilson, William and Elisabeth (Muser) "Li"



General,
1918-43

Box 71: folder 9-10
Portrait,
1939

Box 71: folder 11
Successor,
1939

Box 71: folder 12
Seelye, Laurenus Clark: telegram,
1908

Box 71: folder 13
Women's Clubs,
1927-40

Box 71: folder 14
Commencements and Reunions



1897-1940

Box 71: folder 15-33
1941-52

Box 72: folder 1-14
Songs,
circa 1949, n.d.

Box 72: folder 15
Board of Trustees: RESTRICTED


Box 73-76
Union Theological Seminary: Henry Sloan Coffin Fund


Box 77
Fundraising materials and agendas,
1944-45

Box 77: folder 1
Budget,
1945

Box 77: folder 2
Correspondence,
1936-45, n.d.

Box 77: folder 3-4
Events,
1945

Box 77: folder 5
Women's Committee



Lecture transcripts,
1951-52

Box 77: folder 6
Prospect lists,
1945

Box 77: folder 7-8
Printed material and news clippings,
1945-46

Box 77: folder 9
United Service Organizations (USO)



Calendar and pledge book,
May-Jul 1942

Box 77: folder 10
Administrative



Reports,
1941-44

Box 77: folder 11-13
Committee on Review: report, draft,
1944

Box 77: folder 14
Committee on Volunteer Service: agenda,
1945

Box 77: folder 15
Fundraising campaign



Women's Division,
1942

Box 77: folder 16
Joint War Appeal: greater New York,
1942

Box 77: folder 17
Printed material,
1942

Box 77: folder 18
Correspondence



A-Z,
1942

Box 77: folder 19-23
Letters of thanks to ECM,
1942

Box 77: folder 24
Sample appeal letters,
1942

Box 77: folder 25
Events: campaign opening dinner,
May 1942

Box 78: folder 1-2
News clippings,
1942

Box 78: folder 3-4
Correspondence



1943, 1945, 1948

Box 78: folder 5-12
Sullivan, Dorothy: training course material,
1943

Box 78: folder 13
Minneapolis USO,
1943

Box 78: folder 14
Citizens' Committee of the USO,
1942

Box 78: folder 15
Re: Negro experience in the USO,
1942

Box 78: folder 16
Travel



Midwest,
7-22 Nov, 1943

Box 78: folder 17
Tennessee and Mississippi,
13-20 Jan, 1945

Box 78: folder 18
Texas,
1944

Box 78: folder 19
Western,
21 Sep-17 Oct, 1944

Box 78: folder 20
Portland, OR,
1944

Box 78: folder 21
News clippings,
1943-45

Box 78: folder 22
Printed material


Box 79
"Social Mixers,"
circa 1941-44

Box 79: folder 1
Brochures and programs,
1942-44

Box 79: folder 2
"Sing-a-Song," and "Speakers' Handbook,"
circa 1941-44

Box 79: folder 3
Play, "I Didn't Know" and other printed material,
1943

Box 79: folder 4
Returning and wounded soldiers



Reports,
1944

Box 79: folder 5
Volunteer training booklets,
1944, n.d.

Box 79: folder 6-7
"Understanding People in Wartime," "Community Service for Veterans,"
1943-44

Box 79: folder 8
"Are You Ready for His Return?" "After the War?,"
1943-45

Box 79: folder 9
Other printed material on return of soldiers,
1943

Box 79: folder 10
Booklets on women,
circa 1941-45

Box 79: folder 11
Miscellaneous,
1941-46

Box 79: folder 12-14
Speeches



Notes and typescripts for speeches by ECM,
1941-45

Box 79: folder 15-17
Typescripts of remarks by Prescott Bush and Rockefeller, John D., Jr.,
1942

Box 79: folder 18
Notebook,
1943

Box 79: folder 19-23
Volunteer training manual and correspondence,
1944

Box 80: folder 1
State conferences of volunteers



Sample outline,
1944-45

Box 80: folder 2
Summary of proceedings, Colorado Springs,
Sep-Oct 1944

Box 80: folder 3
New Jersey and Idaho state conferences,
1945

Box 80: folder 4
"Planning Volunteer Conferences,"
1945

Box 80: folder 5
Photographs,
1943, n.d.

Box 80: folder 6
Victory Book Drive,
Feb 1942

Box 80: folder 7
Captain Colin Kelly portrait unveiling,
1942

Box 80: folder 8
Smith College Student Committee for Defense and Reconstruction,
1942-43

Box 80: folder 9
Englewood Committee of the USO,
1942

Box 80: folder 10
Other World War II-related organizations and activities



Aid to Britain



Printed material,
1940-41

Box 80: folder 11-18
Correspondence and minutes,
1940-41

Box 80: folder 19
Endorsement,
1940-41

Box 80: folder 20
News clippings,
1933-1941

Box 80: folder 21-22
America First Committee,
1940

Box 80: folder 23
America's Fund for British Air Forces,
1940

Box 80: folder 24
American Red Cross,
1941-42

Box 80: folder 25
American Women's Volunteer Services,
1941-42

Box 80: folder 26
Committee to Defend America,
1943

Box 80: folder 27
East and West Association,
1942

Box 80: folder 28
Federal Union,
1940-42

Box 80: folder 29-30
Freedom House,
1943

Box 81: folder 1
General



Correspondence



1939-44

Box 81: folder 2
Fortune magazine,
1934-40

Box 81: folder 3
Articles and speeches,
1939-42

Box 81: folder 4
International Student Service,
1940-42

Box 81: folder 5
National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War,
1938-40

Box 81: folder 6
National Emergency Committee,
1940

Box 81: folder 7
National War Fund, Inc.,
1943

Box 81: folder 8-9
Non-Partisan Central Committee to Win the Peace,
1943

Box 81: folder 10
Women's Action Committee,
1943

Box 81: folder 11
Evacuation of English children,
1940

Box 81: folder 12
Wartime appeal letters,
1940-43

Box 81: folder 13
Unidentified memo on Russia-related tactics,
n.d.

Box 81: folder 14
Gaspard Weiss



ECM's financial assistance to Weiss and Meyhoffer families,
1941-46

Box 81: folder 15
Correspondence



From Mrs. Thomas I. Bennett,
1948

Box 81: folder 16
ECM to GW,
1949-53

Box 81: folder 17
Re Weiss arrival in America,
1947

Box 81: folder 18
Weiss family to ECM,
1948-54

Box 81: folder 19-21
To ECM about GW,
1947-50

Box 81: folder 22
Letters of application,
1948

Box 81: folder 23
ECM affidavit to colleges about GW,
1948-52

Box 81: folder 24
General,
1948-1953

Box 81: folder 25
Lecture, "Gaspard Weiss,"
1950

Box 81: folder 26
Endorsement of Wendell Wilkie,
1940

Box 81: folder 27
Women's Army Auxiliary Corps,
1942

Box 81: folder 28
United States National Commission for UNESCO,
1951-52

Box 81: folder 29
Welfare and Relief Mobilization,
1932

Box 81: folder 30
Welsh Choir


Box 82
Administrative,
1937

Box 82: folder 1
List of potential contributors,
circa 1936-37

Box 82: folder 2
Seat list, ticket correspondence,
1937

Box 82: folder 3-5
Correspondence, A-Z,
1937

Box 82: folder 6-15
Publicity,
1937

Box 82: folder 16-17
Sample programs,
1937

Box 82: folder 18
National Museum of Wales



Annual report,
1935-36

Box 82: folder 19
Benefit,
1939

Box 82: folder 20
Notes,
1937

Box 82: folder 21
Young Women's Christian Association of the City of New York (YWCA)



Administrative



Constitution and bylaws, meeting minutes,
1922

Box 82: folder 22
Statement of Work,
1920

Box 82: folder 23
Convention reports,
1922

Box 83: folder 1
Report by divisions of New York City campaign,
Mar 1920

Box 83: folder 2
National finance commission,
1920-22

Box 83: folder 3
Correspondence



Outgoing,
1922-38

Box 83: folder 4
Incoming,
1921-38

Box 83: folder 5
General,
1920-66

Box 83: folder 6
News clippings,
1922

Box 83: folder 7
Printed material



1920-22

Box 83: folder 8
1929-44

Box 83: folder 9
Material for budget campaign,
1921-22

Box 83: folder 10
New York City campaign,
Dec 1921

Box 83: folder 11
Miscellaneous,
1921, n.d.

Box 83: folder 12
Other organizations



A-E,
1929-39

Box 83: folder 13
F-M,
1930-54

Box 83: folder 14
N,
1932-40

Box 83: folder 15
O-Z,
1930-41

Box 83: folder 16
Speeches and Writings



Unpublished writings



Diaries



1883-99

Box 83: folder 17-19
1899-1915

Box 84: folder 1-8
1916-26

Box 85: folder 1-5
1927-36

Box 86: folder 1-5
1937-46

Box 87: folder 1-6
1947-54

Box 88: folder 1-5
Essays


Box 89
"Spring Term,"
1896

Box 89: folder 1
"A Blackberry Experience,"
n.d.

Box 89: folder 2
"Let Who Will Be Clever,"
n.d.

Box 89: folder 3
"St. Lawrence: the Story of an Italian Cat,"
n.d.

Box 89: folder 4
"Shakespeare's Treatment of the Supernatural Agents in Midsummer Night's Dream, Macbeth, and The Tempest and their relation to human beings,"
n.d.

Box 89: folder 5
"The Last Chronicle of Barset," probably for the Novel Club, Cleveland,
1899

Box 89: folder 6
"Smith College Relief Unit," for the Red Cross: drafts and correspondence,
n.d.

Box 89: folder 7
Little Brown House: memoir,
n.d.

Box 89: folder 8
Untitled autobiographical manuscript,
n.d.

Box 89: folder 9-10
Plays



"Three Times - and Out": play,
n.d.

Box 89: folder 11
"A Puritan Family Dinner,"
1920

Box 89: folder 12
"Sara Speaks Out" for Missionary Society,
n.d.

Box 89: folder 13
Thanksgiving Play,
30 Nov 1933

Box 89: folder 14
Prayers: from ECM's journal,
1946-47

Box 89: folder 15
Poetry



Poetry notebooks,
n.d.

Box 89: folder 16-19
Miscellaneous poems,
1882, n.d.

Box 89: folder 20
Translation "Night's table,"
n.d.

Box 89: folder 21
Published Writing



Bibliography of works,
n.d.

Box 89: folder 22
Review in Poetry of ECM's work,
Jan 1928

Box 89: folder 23
Letters from publishers,
1896-97

Box 89: folder 24
"An Impression of Plato's Dialogues," Smith College Monthly,
1896

Box 89: folder 25
Poems published in Smith College Monthly,
1895-96

Box 89: folder 26
"A Loaf of Bread," Godey's Magazine,
Feb 1896

Box 90: folder 1
"Ivy Song," Smith College Monthly,
Oct 1896

Box 90: folder 2
"Tete-a-Tete," The Interlude,
Feb 1897

Box 90: folder 3
"Is a Masterpiece of Style . . ." The Interlude,
May 1897

Box 90: folder 4
"Two Views," The Interlude,
May 1898

Box 90: folder 5
"Memory - A Poem," The Interlude,
May 1899

Box 90: folder 6
"If I Could Take Your Tears, Love," lyrics by ECM, music by Patty Stair, Six Songs,
1900

Box 90: folder 7
"Impressions of the Sorbonne," The Interlude,
May 1901

Box 90: folder 8
"Three Outside Seats," McClures Magazine,
1901

Box 90: folder 9
"The Smith College Relief Unit," The Wellesley Alumnae Quarterly,
Jan 1918

Box 90: folder 10
"Experiences of Other Leaders of College Campaigns," The Wellesley Alumnae Quarterly,
Jan 1921

Box 90: folder 11
"Highroad," Voices,
Mar 1924

Box 90: folder 12
"The Proudest Fruit," Scribner's,
May 1925

Box 90: folder 13
Eleven Poets, Vol. I, New York: Vinal,
1925

Box 90: folder 14
"Lot's Wife," Harper's,
Mar 1926

Box 90: folder 15
"Wall," Harper's,
May 1926

Box 90: folder 16
"Kings' Color," Scribner's,
Aug 1926

Box 90: folder 17
"This Pine Tree," Scribner's,
Dec 1926

Box 90: folder 18
"Youth Passes," Contemporary Verse,
Mar 1927

Box 90: folder 19
"St. Francis of Assisi," Voices,
May 1927

Box 90: folder 20
"Atlas," Century,
Aug 1927

Box 90: folder 21
"The Singing Kettle" and four other poems,
1928

Box 90: folder 22
"Seville in Summer," Saturday Review of Literature,
24 Aug 1929

Box 90: folder 23
"The Maguey," Harper's,  
Nov 1930

Box 90: folder 24
The Painted Pig
(1930)


Reprint,
1949

Box 90: folder 25
Book with dedication to William Allan Neilson,
1930

Box 90: folder 26
Marketing,
1930

Box 90: folder 27
Typescript,
1930

Box 90: folder 28
Newspaper clippings,
1930

Box 90: folder 29
Correspondence



A-I,
1930-32

Box 90: folder 30
J-Z,
1930-32

Box 91: folder 1
From fans,
1930

Box 91: folder 2
Review of Stuart Chase's Mexico, New York Herald Tribune,
9 Aug 1931

Box 91: folder 3
"Our Street in Cuernavaca," American Mercury,
Aug 1931

Box 91: folder 4
Quatrains for My Daughter (Knopf)
1931

Box 91
Book,
1931

Box 91: folder 5
Book with dedication to Annie Spencer Cutter, Sr.,
1931

Box 91: folder 6
Correspondence with publisher,
1931

Box 91: folder 7
Typescripts



Poems,
1931

Box 91: folder 8
With typewritten notes,
1931

Box 91: folder 9
Copy for printer from notebook,
1931

Box 91: folder 10
Reviews,
1931

Box 91: folder 11
Correspondence,
1931-32

Box 91: folder 12
Casa Mañana (1932)



Correspondence with publisher,
1932

Box 91: folder 13
Book with dedication to Ada,
Jan 1933

Box 91: folder 14
"A Defense of College Women," New York Herald Tribune,
19 Nov 1933

Box 91: folder 15
"Campaigning for Children," Child Welfare League Bulletin,
Dec 1933

Box 91: folder 16
Beast, Bird and Fish: An Animal Alphabet (1933)



Book,
1933

Box 91: folder 17
Manuscript,
1933

Box 92: folder 1
Illustrations and correspondence with Rene d'Harnoncourt,
1933

Box 92: folder 2
Correspondence,
1933

Box 92: folder 3
Reviews,
1933

Box 92: folder 4
"Three Poems," Atlantic Monthly,
Apr 1934

Box 92: folder 5
"Harried House," poem, The Forum and Century, and correspondence and draft of "In Taxco's Sun,"
Nov-Dec 1934

Box 92: folder 6
"In Taxco's Sun," The Forum and Century,
Dec 1934

Box 92: folder 7
Obituary of Sara Dana Loomis, The Englewood Press,
5 Oct 1939

Box 92: folder 8
A Pint of Judgment: a Christmas Story (Knopf)
1939


Book,
1939

Box 92: folder 9
Proof,
1939

Box 92: folder 10
The Rabbit's Nest, (Macmillan)
1940

Box 92: folder 11
Correspondence related to publications,
1940-42

Box 92: folder 12
Shannon (Macmillan)
1941


Manuscript and correspondence with publishers,
1941

Box 92: folder 13
Correspondence from fans,
1941

Box 92: folder 14
My Favorite Age (Macmillan)
1943


Book,
1943

Box 92: folder 15
Correspondence with publisher,
1941-44

Box 92: folder 16
Correspondence with fans,
1943

Box 92: folder 17
Manuscript,
1943

Box 92: folder 18
Drafts,
1943

Box 92: folder 19
"Worst Girl in Town"


Box 92: folder 20
"Father Never Gets a Valentine"


Box 92: folder 21
"The General's Halo"


Box 92: folder 22
"Cooky Hill"


Box 93: folder 1-2
Illustrations


Box 93: folder 3
Tribute to Emily Brinckerhoff Duncan,
6 Oct 1945

Box 93: folder 4
Youth Replies, I Can: Stories of Resistance, by May Lamberton Becker with foreword by ECM,
1945

Box 93: folder 5
"Freedom without Food?" The Woman's Press,
Jul-Aug 1945

Box 93: folder 6
"President Neilson of Smith," Atlantic Monthly,
Nov. 1946


Magazine,
Nov 1946

Box 93: folder 7
Notebook


Box 93: folder 8
Outline and scraps, 1st version


Box 93: folder 9
Drafts


Box 93: folder 10-13
Correspondence/source material,
1946

Box 93: folder 14
General correspondence,
1946-47

Box 93: folder 15
Correspondence A-Z,
1946-47

Box 93: folder 16
Draft of Smith College Board of Trustees' record on Neilson's death,
1946

Box 93: folder 17
Related articles


Box 93: folder 18
Note:

[see also: oversize]

Speech by Neilson,
circa 1930-31

Box 93: folder 19
Copyrights,
1951-53

Box 93: folder 20
"Party at the Palace," Smith College Alumnae Quarterly,
Nov 1953

Box 93: folder 21
The Mexican Years: Leaves from the Diary of Elizabeth Cutter Morrow, signed for Charles from Grandma Bee,
1953

Box 94: folder 1
"A Cruise on the Mouette" by grandchildren,
n.d.

Box 94: folder 2
Speeches



Opening of new buildings at Englewood Hospital,
6 Jun 1915

Box 94: folder 3
Red Cross Campaign, Englewood,
1918

Box 94: folder 4
Grads' Day at Milton School,
12 Jun 1919

Box 94: folder 5
"How Women Must Succeed" at League of Women Voters,
9 Feb 1922

Box 94: folder 6
"What Are They Thinking About?" on travels to England, France, and Scotland,
1922

Box 94: folder 7
"Theory of Poetry," Poetry Society,
1923

Box 94: folder 8
Speech for Coolidge,
26 Feb and 28 Apr 1924

Box 94: folder 9
Speech for Coolidge, Colony Club,
14 Oct 1924

Box 94: folder 10
Debate: Colony Club versus Junior League,
19 Jan 1925

Box 94: folder 11
"The Importunate Widow," St. John the Baptist School,
18 Mar 1926

Box 94: folder 12
30th Anniversary of Cleveland Novel Club,
Dec 1926

Box 94: folder 13
Girl Scouts Convention in New York,
29 Sep 1927

Box 94: folder 14
Mary Moore's dinner for ECM on leaving for Mexico,
1 Oct 1927

Box 94: folder 15
"On Mexico" for Poetry Society,
circa 1928

Box 94: folder 16
On Naval Conference,
11 Apr 1930

Box 94: folder 17
Essex County Women's Republican Club (Radio),
3 Nov 1930

Box 94: folder 18
Little School Parents, repeated 15 Apr 1937
11 Jan 1932,

Box 94: folder 19
Englewood Community Chest,
9 Nov 1933

Box 94: folder 20
"Preparation, Belief, and Faith as Essentials in Solicitation,"
16 Nov 1933

Box 94: folder 21
On Naval Conference, Council of Churches,
2 May 1934

Box 94: folder 22-23
Dinner in honor of Douglas G. Thomson,
3 May 1934

Box 94: folder 24
Flora Stone Mather Commencement,
13 Jun 1934

Box 94: folder 25
"College graduate and the new leisure," Seven Women's Colleges radio broadcast, 22 Oct 1934. Reprinted in Smith College Alumnae Quarterly .


Box 94: folder 26
Community Chest, Orange, New Jersey,
1 Nov 1934

Box 94: folder 27
Community Chest, Englewood,
15 Nov 1934

Box 94: folder 28
Caroline Bacon Room at New School,
6 Nov 1935

Box 94: folder 29
Englewood Community Chest,
12 Nov 1936

Box 94: folder 30
Englewood Community Chest,
4 Nov 1937

Box 94: folder 31
United Hospital Workers, Biltmore Hotel, New York City,
23 Nov 1937

Box 94: folder 32
"The Lengthening Shadow," Women's Society, Englewood Chapter,
26 Oct 1938

Box 94: folder 33
"The Amateur Poet," Cosmopolitan Club luncheon,
7 Feb 1939

Box 94: folder 34
"Does America Deserve a Miracle?" radio speech ; distributed by Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies
4 Jun 1940


Text


Box 94: folder 35
Correspondence re speech



Against speech,
Jun 1940

Box 94: folder 36
Note:

[1 folder]

In favor,
1940

Box 94: folder 37-38
In favor (cont'd),
1940

Box 95: folder 1
Regarding Charles Lindbergh,
1940

Box 95: folder 2
Received at Smith College,
Jun-Jul 1940

Box 95: folder 3
Received at Englewood or North Haven,
1940

Box 95: folder 4
Newspaper clippings and song,
1940

Box 95: folder 5
Englewood Community Chest,
15 Oct 1940

Box 95: folder 6
Wilkie meeting, Englewood,
24 Oct 1940

Box 95: folder 7
Cleveland Community Fund,
7 Nov 1940

Box 95: folder 8
50th Anniversary of Boston College Club,
18 Nov 1940

Box 95: folder 9
Phi Beta Kappa dinner at Radcliffe, Repeated at Citizens' Dinner Committee for Four City Colleges,
13 Dec 1940. 26 Jan 1942

Box 95: folder 10
Lend-Lease Bill,
8 Mar 1941

Box 95: folder 11
"Politeness of the Mind, or, Intellectual Good Manners," Dwight School Commencement,
4 Jun 1941

Box 95: folder 12
"The Defenseless Graduate," Dwight Morrow High School Commencement,
24 Jun 1941

Box 95: folder 13
"Brave Women and Fair Men," NBC radio speech, printed in leaflet,
21 Nov 1941

Box 95: folder 14
Citizens' Dinner Committee, Board of Higher Education, NY,
26 Jan 1942

Box 95: folder 15
Calvary Church, Cleveland,
22 May 1942

Box 95: folder 16
First WAACS reception, New York Herald Tribune party,
9 Jul 1942

Box 95: folder 17
"Lasting Effects of Women's War Activities," New York Herald Tribune Forum on Current Problems,
17 Nov 1942

Box 95: folder 18
Englewood Community Chest,
Nov 1942

Box 95: folder 19
Red Cross Special Gifts Committee,
3 Mar 1943

Box 95: folder 20
National War Fund, Women's Division, opening campaign,
18 Oct 1943

Box 95: folder 21
National War Fund, Women's Division, last meeting,
6 Dec 1943

Box 95: folder 22
Martha Lincoln Draper,
6 Dec 1943

Box 95: folder 23
Dr. William Adams Brown funeral,
18 Dec 1943

Box 95: folder 24
Englewood Red Cross,
25 Feb 1944

Box 95: folder 25
Flora Stone Mather Alumnae Association, 50th Anniversary,
16 Apr 1944

Box 95: folder 26
Mrs. Carl Elmore's 25 Anniversary in Englewood church,
19 Apr 1944

Box 95: folder 27
NY League of Women Voters, Finance Committee,
19 Apr 1944

Box 95: folder 28
"The Place of the Liberal Arts in Post-War Education," Women's University Club,
4 May 1944

Box 95: folder 29
National War Fund,
27 Jun 1944

Box 95: folder 30
New York War Fund opening,
20 Sep 1944

Box 95: folder 31
Englewood Community Chest,
23 Oct 1944

Box 95: folder 32
"Women Look at Liberal Education," Bowdoin College Institute on Liberal Education,
8 Dec 1944

Box 95: folder 33
Union Club, Cleveland and Dr. Butzer's, Buffalo,
9-10 Apr 1945

Box 95: folder 34
"Our Spiritual Heritage,"
13 Dec 1945

Box 95: folder 35
Cleveland College Club,
7 Jan 1946

Box 95: folder 36
Dean Virginia Gildersleeve, National Institute of Social Sciences,
22 May 1946

Box 95: folder 37
Inauguration of President Stevenson, Oberlin College,
3 May 1947

Box 95: folder 38
"Manners and Morals in an Endowment Campaign," Swarthmore,
23 Jan 1948

Box 95: folder 39
Milton Dinner, New York,
21 Apr 1948

Box 95: folder 40
"England Revisited," Englewood Women's Club,
1 Nov 1948

Box 95: folder 41
"Limits of Freedom," Fortnightly,
29 Nov 1948

Box 95: folder 42
"Does a Good Mother Make a Good Grandmother?" Cosmopolitan Club,
8 Feb 1949

Box 95: folder 43
Wooster College Golden Anniversary,
12 Dec 1951

Box 95: folder 44-45
Prophecy,
1953

Box 95: folder 46
"A Grandmother's Fling," Cosmopolitan Club,
3 Mar 1953

Box 96: folder 1
"A Tribute to Frederick Duncan,"
24 Mar 1953

Box 96: folder 2
"Tolerance - Vice or Virtue?" Fortnightly,
16 Nov 1953

Box 96: folder 3
"A Mexican Christmas," Englewood Presbyterian Church,
16 Dec 1953

Box 96: folder 4
"Hints on Entertaining" to wives of Union Theological Seminary students,
26 Apr 1954

Box 96: folder 5
Elisabeth Morrow School Commencement,
11 Jun 1954

Box 96: folder 6
60th Anniversary of Englewood Women's Club,
8 Nov 1954

Box 96: folder 7
The Little School 13th Commencement,
n.d.

Box 96: folder 8
Tribute to Frances Pomeroy,
n.d.

Box 96: folder 9
Englewood Community Chest first annual meeting,
n.d.

Box 96: folder 10
Speaking invitations from organizations


Box 96: folder 11
Notes for speeches,
n.d.

Box 96: folder 12-13
Smith College Speeches,
1918-49

Box 96: folder 14-35
Morrow, Faith: wedding announcement,
1966

Box 97: folder 1
Morrow, Jay J. and family: correspondence to ECM,
1903-35

Box 97: folder 2
Morrow, Margot



Correspondence, outgoing



Cutter, Annie Spencer (1877-1957),
1955

Box 97: folder 3
Morgan, Constance Morrow,
1939

Box 97: folder 4
Morrow, Elizabeth Cutter,
1935-54, n.d.

Box 97: folder 5-10
Yates, Edith,
1942

Box 97: folder 11
Correspondence, incoming,
n.d.

Box 97: folder 12
Reeve Dr. John Charles



Memorial book,
1921

Box 97: folder 13
Correspondence,
1883-1913

Box 97: folder 14
Reeve, Emma Griswold Barlow: memorial book and letter,
1903, n.d.

Box 97: folder 15
Reeve, Lella: correspondence to ECM,
1902-39

Box 97: folder 16-17
Reeve, Mary Sherborn: correspondence to ECM,
1883

Box 97: folder 18
Reeve, Sidney: correspondence to ECM and writing,
1937-41

Box 97: folder 19-20
Scandrett, Agnes: correspondence to ECM,
1901-52, n.d.

Box 97: folder 21
Scandrett, Jay M.: correspondence,
1917-53

Box 97: folder 22
Scandrett, Mary: correspondence,
1937

Box 97: folder 23
Scandrett, Richard: correspondence,
1939-54

Box 97: folder 24
Spencer, Edwin: correspondence,
1862-64

Box 97: folder 25
Spencer, Elizabeth



Correspondence, outgoing



Spencer, Timothy Reeve,
1862-67

Box 97: folder 26
Cutter, Annie Spencer (1845-1938),
n.d.

Box 97: folder 27
Reeve, John C.,
1845-64

Box 97: folder 28
Correspondence, incoming,
1870

Box 97: folder 29
Spencer, John,
1892-1914

Box 97: folder 30
Spencer, Mary: correspondence,
1867-96

Box 98: folder 1
Spencer, Mary Adams: Our Grandmother by Mary S. Kassick,
1896

Box 98: folder 2
Spencer, Timothy Reeve: correspondence, obituary, photographs,
1859-67

Box 98: folder 3
Spencer, Timothy P.: correspondence to children,
1867-71

Box 98: folder 4
Wilkie, John: correspondence to ECM,
1954

Box 98: folder 5
Yates, David and Miles,
1941-54, n.d.

Box 98: folder 6
Yates, Edith



Correspondence, outgoing



Cutter, Annie Spencer (1877-1957),
1898-1954

Box 98: folder 7
Cutter, Annie Spencer (1845-1938) and Charles Long,
1898-1925

Box 98: folder 8
Morgan, Constance Morrow,
1925

Box 98: folder 9
Morrow, Dwight,
1927

Box 98: folder 10
Morrow, Elizabeth Cutter,
1895-54, n.d.

Box 98: folder 11-14
OVERSIZE MATERIALS



Morgan, Constance Morrow: Milton Academy report card,; Correspondence to ECM
1928-1954

Box 99: folder 1
Morgan, Elisabeth Reeve Morrow: Diplomas, Smith College and Milton Academy; "Elisabeth Morrow's Experiment," Pictorial Review; Correspondence: valentine to AML,
1914-1932


Morrow, Elizabeth Cutter



Biographical material



New Jersey Senate resolution,
18 Mar 1955

Box 99: folder 2
article, "Die Heilige Elisabeth"
n.d.

Box 99: folder 2
Chart of Childhood and adolescence by Edward P St. John Union Theological Seminary brochure
1954

Box 99: folder 2
Colby College: brochure on campus building
n.d.

Box 99: folder 2
Travel: Mexico


Box 99: folder 3
"Casa Mañana" article, House and Garden,
Dec 1938

Box 99: folder 3
"The Rivera Murals in Mexico," Vogue,
10 Nov 1930

Box 99: folder 3
"Cuernavaca," Vogue,
22 Dec 1930

Box 99: folder 3
"La Casita en Cuernavaca," House Beautiful,
Oct 1931

Box 99: folder 3
"The Cult of the Sun at Zenith in Ancient Mexico,"
Jul 1930

Box 99: folder 3
Holiday, with article on Mexico City
Mar 1953

Box 99: folder 3
Photograph of Diego Rivera mural
n.d.

Box 99: folder 3
China: Women's colleges: printed material,
1931-47

Box 99: folder 4
Correspondence


Box 99: folder 5
Fred Davis: enclosure of Mexican residence layout,
24 Nov 1941

Box 99: folder 5
Z[?], Carl: "The Road to Cuernavaca" illustration
n.d.

Box 99: folder 5
Dunn, Ruth C.,
31 May 1947

Box 99: folder 5
Organizations



Community Chest of Englewood printed material and campaign figures,
1934-35

Box 99: folder 6
Smith College



sketch of bookplate for Morrow House library by Hampshire Bookshop
n.d.

Box 99: folder 7
SCAN: Smith College Associated News,
6 Nov 1946

Box 99: folder 7
Alumnae Fund printed material,
1942

Box 99: folder 7
Class of 1896 resolution praising ECM,
1925

Box 99: folder 7
1907 Prize Song,
1940

Box 99: folder 7
"Missouri vs. Smith" Life,
9 May 1949

Box 99: folder 7
comparison of income versus expenses,
1945

Box 99: folder 7
printed material and clippings,
1931-41

Box 99: folder 7
United Service Organization: printed material and clippings


Box 99: folder 8
YWCA: rendering and layout of building in Mexico City,
1929

Box 99: folder 9
publicity,
1926

Box 99: folder 9
finances,
1922

Box 99: folder 9
Morrow, Dwight Whitney, Jr. (1908-1976)


Box 100: folder 1
Blueprint: Harvard Columbus Expedition schooner
1939

Box 100: folder 1
Morrow, Elizabeth Cutter



Biographical material



Clipping: "Jenny Lind Guiding Genius of Kitty Cheatham," Bridgeport Life; illustrated map of Peiping (Beijing), China; citation to ECM: Cleveland Community service society; Cuernavaca house, floor plan,
1929-1954

Box 100: folder 2
Organizations



Food for Freedom: New York Post article on food shortages; Welsh Choir, seating chart and dinner list; clipping: "Industrial Mobilization for a Mechanized War" by T.H. Thomas,
1939-1945

Box 100: folder 3
Smith College: wallpaper samples from Sophia Smith homestead restoration; chart of housing needs, Smith College; Smith College Association for Christian Work activity list; poster: Mexican market,
1916-1950

Box 100: folder 4
North Haven, Maine, library: elevations, grading study, plans, H. Daland Chandler, architect
1939-1940

Box 100: folder 5
Writings



The Painted Pig: fan mail from children,
circa 1930

Box 100: folder 6
Organizations: United Service Organizations: scrapbook of news clippings,
1942

Box 101
FLAT FILE



Elizabeth Cutter Morrow



Biographical materials



Birthday card showing "Grandma Bee" and her 12 grandchildren; painting by Reeve Lindbergh
n.d.

drawer 32
Travel



China and Japan: map of Yenching University; map of Japan; Chinese map of Temple of Heaven, Peking; Ming Tombs drawing/map
1936

drawer 32
Mexico: interior decoration plan for US Embassy; text insert by Margaret Loring Thomas accompanying map of Mexico
1927-1930

drawer 32
Correspondence: annotated map from Ontario trip, enclosed in 26 Aug 1905 from Dwight W. Morrow
1905

drawer 32
Organizations



Smith College: map of US with fundraising regions with quotas; Sophia Smith homestead; Committee on Furnishing the New Dormitories floor plans
1916, n.d.

drawer 32

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Subjects
  • Authors, American -- 20th century -- Biography -- Sources
  • Charities -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Sources
  • Courtship -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Sources
  • Diplomats -- Mexico -- History -- 20th century
  • Englewood (N.J.) -- History -- Sources
  • Family -- United States -- History -- Sources
  • Lindbergh family
  • Lindbergh, Anne Morrow, 1906-2001
  • Lindbergh, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1902-1974
  • Lindbergh, Charles Augustus, 1930-1932 -- Kidnapping
  • Mexico -- Description and travel -- Sources
  • Morgan, Constance Morrow,1913-1995
  • Morrow family
  • Morrow, Dwight W. (Dwight Whitney), 1873-1931
  • Morrow, Elizabeth, 1873-1955
  • North Haven (Me.) -- History -- Sources
  • Philanthropists -- United States -- History -- Sources
  • Smith College -- Administration -- History -- Sources
  • Smith College -- Students -- History -- Sources
  • Upper class families -- United States -- History -- Sources
  • YYWCA of the U.S.A. -- History


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