Anita McCormick Blaine Correspondence and Papers, 1828-1958

Container Title
Subseries: F
Box   242
Faber, Ada McCormick, 1934-1935
Note

Location: Waynesboro, Virginia.

Two personal letters and copy of History of Old Providence Church / by E. Poague Rowan.

Box   242
Faber, A.W., 1913 August 5
Note

Location: Newark, New Jersey.

Answer to inquiry regarding pencils.

Box   242
Faber, Sara McCormick, 1916
Note

Location: Basic, Virginia.

Request for contribution to Library Committee of Brandon Institute.

Box   242
Fabisiak, Zygmunt, 1950
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to reception by Consul General of Poland.

Box   242
Fabricant, Noah D., Mrs. (Pauline Rowe), 1949 June
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter asking help in getting daughter into Francis W. Parker School.

Box   242
Fabry, Charles, 1925
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Thank you note.

Box   242
Fabry, Herman, 1925 September 1
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Personal note.

Box   242
Fabyan, Marshal, 1906-1943
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Miscellaneous social correspondence including marriage announcement of Dr. Fabyan and Eleanor Harryman McCormick and invitation to wedding of their daughter, Eleanor Brooks to Robert Gale Burlingham.

Box   242
Fabyan, Marshal, Mrs. (Eleanor Brooks McCormick), 1901-1946
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Miscellaneous personal correspondence.

Box   242
Fabyan, Marshall, Jr., 1946
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Note declining invitation.

Box   242
Fackt, Elizabeth
Note: See also: National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War, 1937 January 26-29, Twelfth Annual Conference.
Box   242
Fadiman, Clifton, 1946
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Transcript of “World Collaboration: The Next Step,” address at Chicago Council on Foreign Relations.

See also: World Republic, 1946 March 29.

Box   242
Fagg, Barbara Idyl, 1925-1928
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence of office secretary including proposed plan for handling requests for financial aid.

Box   242
Fagin, Myron Lawrence, 1907 July 9
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for aid in publishing book privately.

Box   242
Fahlund, Angie, 1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence and bills for services rendered as nurse to Miss Flora Cooke.

Box   242
Fahrney, T.J., 1925 February 16
Note

Location: William Sport, Maryland.

Brief note on relation to Cyrus McCormick.

Box   242
Fahrney, W.H., 1905 January 10
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for information regarding former employee.

Box   242
Fair, The, 1888-1922
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipted bills for purchases.

Box   242
Fair, William T., Mrs. (Elsa B.), 1923 February 11
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Copy of lecture by the Rev. G. Vale Owen, former Vicar of Oxford, England, in New York City.

Box   242
Fairbairn, Robert A., 1914 June 22
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Telegram regarding tour of New Jersey.

Box   242
Fairbank, Graham, 1939-1940
Note: Two notes accepting invitation.
Box   242
Fairbank, Graham, Mrs. (Cynthia Cleveland), 1947
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

Invitation to attend 50th anniversary luncheon of the Girls' Latin School.

Box   242
Fairbank, Janet, 1921-1937
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding private singing for Mrs. Blaine, the Chicago Opera.

Box   242
Fairbank, Kellogg, 1909-1922
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Personal invitations and a letter regarding American Ship Building Company stock held by the estate of Emmons Blaine Jr.

Box   242
Fairbank, Kellogg, Mrs. (Janet Ayer), 1910-1937
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Personal correspondence and requests for contributions to various charities and political campaign funds.

Box   242
Fairbank, Kellogg, Jr., Mrs. (June R. Cornell), 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memos and telegrams regarding Red Cross campaign.

Box   242
Fairbanks Company, 1926
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Bill for purchase.

Box   242
Fairbanks, Douglas, Jr., 1940 September 18
Note: See also: Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies.
Box   242
Fairbanks, Morse and Company, 1902-1941
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipted bills and correspondence regarding purchases.

Box   242
Fairchild, Donald S., 1943
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you note for luncheon invitation.

Box   242
Fairchild, Milton, 1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence from school lecturer on Morals. Reference to Francis W. Parker School.

Box   242
Fairchild, Sally, 1906 January 26
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter asking aid in interesting people in seeing a group of Russian actors.

Box   242
Fairhope Educational Foundation, 1914-1924
Note

Location: Greenwich, Connecticut.

Correspondence regarding aid to progressive education at Fairhope, Alabama school under direction of Mrs. Marietta Johnson.

Box   243
Fairmont Hotel, 1911-1926
Note

Location: San Francisco, California.

Receipted bills and telegrams regarding reservations.

Box   243
Fairweather, George O., 1937 January 27
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to closed meeting on financial difficulties of local government.

Box   243
Faithorn Company, 1924
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding reproductions from sketches.

Box   243
Fake, Florence L., 1924 September 27
Note

Location: Racine, Wisconsin.

Copy of report regarding the International School at the League of Nations.

Box   243
Falco, Mabel F., Mrs., 1921 September 22
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Newspaper clipping of Mrs. Blaine's niece as candidate for New York Board of Aldermen.

Box   243
Fales, David, 1902
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Announcement of marriage of daughter, Mary Lawton, to William Wistar Comfort.

Box   243
Fales, Polly Lawton, 1899
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Request for aid to the Lake Forest Hospital.

Box   243
Falkenstein, Esther, Settlement, 1913-1914
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Appeals for financial aid.

Box   243
Falley, George Frederick, 1943
Note

Location: Evanston, Illinois.

Invitation to marriage of daughter, Margaret Jane, to Raymond Mason Galt.

Box   243
Falvey, P.W., 1913-1933
Note

Location: Toronto, Canada.

Miscellaneous papers and correspondence from long-time caretaker of McCormick estate in Toronto.

Box   243
Falvy, A., 1929-1939
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Miscellaneous correspondence from antique dealer.

Box   243
Family Altar League of America, 1925-1935
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence and requests for aid.

Copies of magazine Our Home, 1925 February-June.

Folder containing examples of all printed literature of the league with a summary of its history and activities.

Box   243
Family Welfare Association of America, 1934-1938
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Requests for financial aid and printed literature.

Box   243
Far-East, The, 1906-1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipted bills for purchases of Japanese goods, tea and coffee.

Box   243
Fargo, Eleanor, 1889 July 19
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Personal note.

Box   243
Fargo, Livingston W., 1897-1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence regarding home improvements, city playgrounds, and city sanitary inspector.

Box   243
Faries and Williamson, 1930-1931
Note

Location: Los Angeles, California.

Letters from attorneys regarding unpaid bill.

Box   243
Faris, Ellsworth, 1945
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Announcement of marriage of daughter, Nancy Wells, to Howard Shaw McCutcheon.

See also: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1924 May 19-31. Address: The Ethnological Bases for Racial Co-operation.

Box   243
Farish, W.S.
Note: See also: Institute of American Meat Packers, 1926 October 27, Third public conference on Education and Industry held jointly with the University of Chicago.
Box   243
Farley, Edward P., Company, 1915 September 25
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Offer of yacht for sale.

Box   243
Farley, James A., 1944, 1950
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Letters and memos regarding requests for assistance to various causes.

See also: Democratic National Committee, New York.

Box   243
Farmer, Fyke, 1946-1950
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Note

Location: Nashville, Tennessee.

Materials regarding World Federal Government including: Memorandum of Conference between Fyke Farmer and President Harry S. Truman at the White House on 1945 October 11 regarding atomic energy control, and miscellaneous correspondence and printed matter.

Box   243
Farm Foundation, 1939 July 14
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for financial assistance to the Foundation.

Box   243
Farmer, Edward I., 1916
Note

Location: New York City, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding purchase of an aquarium.

Box   243
Farmer, Sarah J., 1897
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter to enlist Mrs. Blaine's support of John Dewey at the University of Chicago.

Box   243
Farmers' Dairy Company, 1892
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipted bill.

Box   243
Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union, 1944-1948
Note

Location: Denver, Colorado.

Correspondence and miscellaneous printed matter.

See also: National Farmers Union and James G. Patton.

Box   243
Farmers Federation, 1926
Note

Location: Asheville, North Carolina.

Correspondence regarding the sale of Stan1ey McCormick School to the Board of National Missions of the Presbyterian Church.

See also: McClure, James G.K., Jr.

Box   243
Farnham, Kenneth H., 1948 September 17
Note

Location: Northampton, England.

Letter asking for assistance and explaining the nature of the European Youth Parliament organization. Includes picture of Mr. Farnham.

Box   243
Farnham, M.P., Mrs., undated
Note

Location: Lynn, Massachusetts.

Letter asking for financial aid.

Box   243
Farnham, V.L., 1925 January 1
Note

Location: Nanking, China.

One page of a letter describing Nanking and its people.

Box   243
Farnsworth, Dexter B., Jr., 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requests for appointments.

Box   243
Farnsworth, George, 1886 October 20
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to marriage of daughter, Julia Wilson, to George Purnell Fisher Jr.

Box   243
Farnsworth, George J., 1920-1930
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding sale of property in Hubbard Woods to Mrs. Blaine.

Announcement of marriage of daughter, Marion, to Fairbank Carpenter.

Box   243
Farnsworth, George J., Mrs. (Alice H. Brooks), 1920
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two notes regarding rental of Hubbard Woods property.

Box   243
Farnsworth, Ward, 1934-1936
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipted bills for rent of garage.

Box   243
Farnsworth's, Edith, Book Shop, 1941
Note

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Receipted bills for purchases.

Box   244
Farquhar and Albrecht Company, 1906
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding textbooks for Chicago schools.

Box   244
Farquhar, Bertha F., 1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you note for gift.

Box   244
Farquhar, R.&J., Company, 1926-1930
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Receipted bills for fertilizer and seed purchases.

Box   244
Farquharson & Wheelock, 1915-1918
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Correspondence and receipted bills for clothing purchases.

Box   244
Farr, Hollon A., 1908 October 16
Note

Location: New Haven, Connecticut.

Letter to Mrs. Jewett regarding an unidentified McCormick as student at Yale College, freshman class adjustment problems.

Box   244
Farr, Maria, 1910, 1916
Note

Location: New York City, New York; the Philippine Islands.

Personal notes. Copy of “Silliman Truth” paper of the Silliman Institute, Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Philippines.

Box   244
Farragut House, 1927
Note

Location: Rye Beach, New Hampshire.

Bills for hotel services.

Box   244
Farrard & Votey Organ Company, 1894-1903
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Correspondence and bills regarding organ given to the Presbyterian Church, Richfield Springs, New York.

Box   244
Farrar, Carl, 1949
Note

Location: Paul Smiths, New York.

Letter returning check.

Box   244
Farrel, Adelaide, undated
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Offer to sell brushes.

Box   244-245
Farrell, Charles F., 1910-1936
Physical Description: 17 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Agent for Mrs. Blaine receiving International Harvester and other dividend checks for deposit, collection of property rentals, etc. Business records extend from 1910-1915 with miscellaneous items until 1936.

Box   245
Farrell, Francis J., 1917 June 21
Note

Location: Kanhahee, Illinois.

Letter from inmate at Kankakee State Hospital for the Insane.

Box   245
Farrell, Pearl, Mrs., 1931
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to view rare books.

Box   245
Farrington, Oliver C., 1903 August 1
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Reply to inquiry directing Mrs. Blaine to sources of certain geological information.

Box   245
Farrington, W.H., 1907
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for automobile supplies.

Box   245
Farson, Leach and Company, 1902 October 2
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter regarding bond issue of the Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad Company.

Box   245
Farson, M. Elizabeth, 1899, 1906
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two notes from the principal of Brown School.

Box   245
Farwell, Albert Day, 1899-1950
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Miscellaneous social correspondence and appeals for aid to various projects from nephew. Announcement of marriage of daughter, Edith Hill, to John McVickar Haight Jr., and invitation to wedding of daughter, Fanny Day, to Ralph Hickox Brown.

Box   245
Farrell, Albert Day, Mrs. (Edith H. Foster), 1917-1931
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Miscellaneous social notes.

Box   245
Farwell, Arthur Barrage
Note: See also: Chicago Law and Order League.
Box   245
Farwell, Arthur Lincoln, 1892-1944
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence including invitation to wedding of daughter, Elinor, to Edward Ogden Ketting. Also reprint of the words and music of the song, “Our Mission.”

Box   245
Farwell, Arthur Lincoln, Mrs. (Katherine Isham), 1887-1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous personal correspondence and a copy of a cook book, Seven Days After the Honeymoon.

Box   245
Farwell, Charles B., Mrs. (Mary E. Smith), 1897-1900
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Three social notes.

Box   245
Farwell, Francis Cooley, 1901-1932
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence including invitations to weddings of daughter, Elizabeth Cooley and Elizabeth Farwell Millet, to Aime Frederic Millet, and Paul Snyder Moyer.

Box   245-246
Farwell, Francis Cooley, Mrs. (Fanny Day), 1884-1925
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; Lake Forest, Illinois; Boston Massachusetts.

Miscellaneous personal correspondence.

Box   246
Farwell Granger, 1907, 1911, 1914
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Wedding announcements for three daughters, Leslie, Ruth Goodrich, and Olive, marrying Edward Buffum Hill, Franklin Corning Kenly, and Henry George Boston, respectively.

Box   246
Farwell, Granger, Mrs. (Sarah C. Goodrich), 1922
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Invitation to wedding of daughter, Sarah Granger, to Laurence Ballard Robbins.

Box   246
Farwell, John V., 1883-1942
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous personal correspondence including wedding announcements: Fannie to Henry Nelson Tuttle, 1883; Katharine Drummond to Charles Mervin Howe Jr., 1927; Katharine Drummond to Horace Walton Carpenter, 1930; and John Villiers Farwell and Harriet Dunlap Smith, 1919.

Box   246
Farwell, John V., Mrs. (Smith, Harriet Flower), 1897-1938
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous personal correspondence.

Box   246
Farwell, John Villiers, Jr., Mrs. (Ellen Drummond), 1879-1909
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Miscellaneous personal correspondence.

Box   246
Farwell, John V., III, Mrs. (Margaret Willing), 1945-1948
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous personal correspondence and letters regarding American Red Cross.

Box   246
Farwell, John V., Company, 1926-1927
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letters and telephone memos regarding the recalling of company stock.

Box   246
Farwell, Marian (Daughter of Albert Day), 1935-1939
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Miscellaneous social correspondence.

Box   246
Farwell, Marian (Daughter of Francis Cooley), 1902, 1904, 1915
Note: Two brief Thank you notes and copy of the poem “Paula” published at her death.
Box   246
Farwell, Ralph I., Mrs. (Mary Elizabeth Waterman), 1926
Note: Thank you note.
Box   246
Farwell, Walter, 1892, 1915
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Note accepting invitation and receipt for purchase of two lots.

Box   246
Fashion Art League of America, undated
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to dinner and discussion of American Fashions.

Box   246
Fassett, J.S., 1892
Note

Location: Elmira, New York.

Telegram of sympathy.

Box   246
Fassio, B.C., 1938
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telegram for appointment regarding a motion picture of President Roosevelt to benefit Warm Springs Foundations.

Box   246
Fasting, G., 1924 January
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence from representative of the Neutral Commission of Investigation into the conduct, causes, and conclusions of the late war.

Box   246
Faucett, T.B., 1926 January 13
Note

Location: Huntsville, Alabama.

Letter applying for position as Superintendent at Kildare.

Box   246
Faucett, T.B., Mrs., 1929 November 21
Note

Location: Meridianville, Alabama.

Letter thanking Mrs. Blaine for gift.

Box   246
Faulkner, Anne Shaw, 1901-1911
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding Chicago Orchestra Program Study Classes. Transcript of “Reminiscence Day” of the Chicago Collage Club, 1911.

Box   246
Faust, Charles, 1911 April 5
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipt for purchase of lace cloth.

Box   246
Favard, Bertha des Combes, 1899, 1903
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two requests for interviews.

Box   246-247
Favill, Henry Baird, 1897-1916
Physical Description: 10 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence and memos regarding Dr. Favill's medical relationship with Emmons Blaine Jr., Anita Blaine, Mary Virginia McCormick, and Stanley McCormick.

Transcripts as follows:

  • “Am I My Brother's Keeper,” address at Chicago University, 1905;
  • Address at the Society of Social Hygiene, Chicago, 1906 December;
  • “The Profession of Medicine as a Vocation,” address to the students at Francis W. Parker School, 1907;
  • “Unselfishness,” graduation address, Francis W. Parker School, 1912;
  • Article, “Should the Public School Be the Bulwark of Public Health?”, 1913-1915;
  • Address on Dairy farming.

Last three folders contain newspaper clippings, photographs, information regarding dairy herds at Milford Meadows Stock Farm and an inventory of the Favill estate, 1916.

Box   247
Favill, Henry Baird, Memorial, 1916-1932
Physical Description: 11 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Folders contain minutes of Memorial Committee meetings, copies of letters and printed matter used in fundraising, correspondence and financial reports regarding progress of the fund drive, lists of individuals contacted for contributions and other matter regarding the Favill Memorial Laboratory of St. Luke's Hospital and the Favill Memorial Foundation.

See also:

  • Addams, Jane
  • Bancroft, Edgar A.
  • Cyrus Bentley
  • Billings, Frank, Dr.
  • Columbus Hospital - M. Caroline, Mother Superior
  • Dudley, E.C., Dr.
  • Gunsaulus, F.W.
  • Hulbert, E.D., Treasurer - Favill Memorial Fund
  • Judson, Harry Pratt
  • Loehr, Leon L.
  • Pond, Allen B.
  • Ryerson, Edwin W., Dr.
  • Skinner, W.E.
  • Wood, Allice H. (Mrs. Ira Couch) Illinois Training School for Nurses
  • Hobart, Ralph H.
  • Schweppe, Charles H.
  • Northern Trust Company
Box   247
Favill, Henry Baird, School of Occupations, 1919-1920
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requests for aid and acknowledgement of gifts.

Box   247
Favill, Henry Baird, Mrs. (Susan Pratt), 1899-1928
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Social correspondence.

Box   247
Favill, John, 1900-1946
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence and bills for medical service.

See also: Morrell, Mrs. John H., 1935 June 12.

Box   248
Favill, John, Mrs. (Alice Morrell), 1938-1948
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; Winnetka, Illinois.

Miscellaneous social correspondence and announcement of marriage of Mrs. John Favill and Gilbert Pancaost Bogert, 1948.

Box   248
Favill, John, Mrs. (Rhea Stalcup), 1917-1930
Note

Location: New York; Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous social correspondence.

Box   248
Favill, Louise S., 1901 April 2
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you note.

Box   248
Favill, Therese, 1917 February
Note: Personal note.
Box   248
Faville, H.W., 1918-1919
Note

Location: Lake Mills, Wisconsin.

Miscellaneous correspondence from neighbor of Emmons Blaine Jr.

Box   248
Faville, John, 1918 October 10
Note

Location: Lake Mills, Wisconsin.

Letter sympathy.

Box   248
Faville, Katharine, 1917 September 23
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you note.

Box   248
Faville, Laura, 1919 July 1
Note

Location: Lake Mills, Wisconsin.

Thank you note for gift.

Box   248
Faville, Rose M., 1916-1923
Note

Location: Lake Mills, Wisconsin.

Miscellaneous correspondence from people with whom Emmons Jr. stayed in Wisconsin.

Box   248
Faville, S.W., 1919
Note

Location: Lake Mills, Wisconsin.

Two notes regarding Faville Grove Electric Association.

Box   248
Favor, Ruhl and Company, 1913, 1922
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for purchases of pencils and chalk.

Box   248
Fawcett, Waldon, 1899 December 6
Note

Location: Cleveland, Ohio.

Request for photograph for magazine article.

Box   248
Faxon, F.W., Company, 1938-1951
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Receipts for payment of dues, Society for Psychical Research.

Box   248
Fay and Bowen Engine Company, 1924 September 8
Note

Location: Geneva, New York.

Letter quoting prices and terms for making 14-foot long leather slings.

Box   248
Fay, C. Norman, 1887-1923
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous personal and social correspondence, including poems written for Mrs. Blaine.

See also: A.B. handwritten note - on C.N. Fay letter.

Box   248
Fay, Margaret Howard, 1926, 1949
Note

Location: Flagstaff, Arizona.

Two personal notes, one asking for assistance.

Box   248
Fay, Richard Dudley, 1931 August 29
Note

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Marriage announcement for daughter, Hester, and Robeson Bailey.

Box   248
Fay, William, 1909-1910
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two notes regarding invitations.

Box   248
Feagans, David G., 1951-1952
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memos regarding interest in an oil well. Copy of mimeographed paper, “Provisions of the Internal Revenue Code and Regulations Applicable to the Oil Producing Industry.”

Box   248
Feakins, William B., Inc., 1912-1919
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Correspondence with actors agent regarding Elith Reumert and Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson.

Box   248
Fearing, Franklin
Note: See also: American Public Health Association, 1928 October 15-19.
Box   248
Fearn, Mary Walker, 1892
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois?

Note of sympathy.

Box   248
Fearn, Walker, 1903
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

Invitation to wedding of daughter, Mary Walker, to L. Barton French.

Box   248
Feck, Peter, 1947 January 23
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memo.

Box   248
Federal Audit Corporation, 1932 June 14
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Collection of overdue bill.

Box   248
Federal Commission on Industrial Relations, 1912
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Correspondence regarding Committee on Industrial Relations and Federal Commission on Industrial Relations.

Box   248
Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, 1912-1950
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Note

Location: New York; Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence and printed matter soliciting financial assistance; copies of various reports; transcript of December 16, 1921 meeting of the Council in Chicago; discussions of social gospel and world peace.

See also:

  • Barnes, Clifford
  • Cadman, S. Parkes
  • Caldwell, Anna E.
  • Cavert, Samuel McCrea
  • Gulick, Sidney L.
Box   248
Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works, Housing Division
Note: See also: United States PWA Housing Division.
Box   248
Federal-Huber Company, 1930
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invoice and sample booklet of plumbing goods.

Box   248
Federal Industrial Institution for Women, 1929
Note

Location: New York.

Request for contribution to Chapel Fund of the institution; and a reprint of article by Katherine Bement Davis concerning it.

Box   248
Federal Insurance Company, 1937-1939
Note

Location: New York.

Two certificates of insurance on automobiles shipped to Europe.

Box   248
Federal Motion Picture Council, 1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone request for appointment.

See also: National Motion Picture Conference.

Box   248
Federal Music Project, 1937-1938
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone inquiries about Mrs. Blaine's subscription to concerts, and receipt for tickets.

Box   248
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, 1930-1932, 1945
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone conversations and correspondence regarding draft of check against Mrs. Blaine's account, and inquiries concerning Miss Agnes Bruder, former employee of Mrs. Blaine. Copy of letter concerning duplicate receipt for withholding taxes.

Box   248
Federal Securities Corporation, 1926-1928
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone conversation about possible sale of securities to Mrs. Blaine.

Box   248-249
Federal Union, 1939-1953
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.; New York; Chicago, Illinois.

Voluminous material including reports, memos, reprints of articles, and correspondence concerning the Federal Union and its activities.

Box   249
Federal Woman's Equality Association, 1903
Note

Location: Madison, Wisconsin.

Letter concerning the movement for women's suffrage and request for support. Enclosed article.

Box   249
Federalist Forum, 1950
Note

Location: New York.

Invitation to attend lectures and discussions on world problems, and notices of speakers and topics.

Box   249
Federalist Press, 1948
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; Olivet, Michigan.

Letter outlining aims of organization. Telephone conversation regarding meeting of Board of Directors. Notice of meeting.

Box   249
Federated Boys' Club, 1911-1915
Note

Location: New York.

Letter about organization's activities and request for support. Letter of appreciation for past aid.

Box   249
Federated Press, 1921
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter outlining aims, and requesting interview with Mrs. Blaine to inform her of details of organization.

Box   249
Federated Women's Clubs, 1935
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone conversations about tickets for Paul Robson concert on behalf of the Federated Home for Colored Orphan Children.

Box   249
Federation for Community Service, 1919-1930
Note

Location: Toronto, Canada.

Correspondence about aims of organization requests for support, and letters of appreciation for aid rendered.

Box   249
Federation of Greek Maritime Unions, 1949-1950
Note

Location: New York.

Letter of appreciation for aid rendered to Greek seamen, and offer of legal counsel welcomed for further efforts. Notice of sending of petitions and request for prompt return.

Box   249
Federation of Labor, 1933
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone request for contributions to Union Labor Directory Fund.

Box   249
Fehlerser, S., 1911
Language:
In French.
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter of thanks.

Box   249
Feil, Peter, 1938, 1948
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone requests for interview and loan for down payment on a farm.

Box   249
Felber, Herman, Jr., 1923-1929
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence about a musical concert, two engagements for Miss Virginia McCormick, and notices of accomplishment.

Box   249
Felber, Herman, Jr., Mrs. (Estelle Hughes), 1928-1934
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence about subscription to concerts of Chicago String Quartet.

Box   249
Felgemaker, A.B., Erie Organ Company, 1912
Note

Location: Erie, Pennsylvania.

Correspondence regarding organ for the Huntsville Church.

Box   249
Felicie, N.G., 1891-1892
Note

Location: New York.

Receipts for clothing.

Box   249
Felix, Alexander Hall, 1898
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter of thanks.

Box   249
Felix, Max, 1937-1939
Note

Location: Los Angeles, California.

Correspondence and forms concerning Social Security matters.

Box   249
Felke, Anton, 1937-1939
Note

Location: Wilmette, Illinois.

Receipt.

Box   249
Felker, Thomas E., 1946-1947
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone requests for interview concerning possible sale of bonds to Mrs. Blaine.

Box   249
Fellows, William Kinne, 1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding school buildings.

Box   249
Fellows, William Kinne, Mrs. (Elizabeth Steele)
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to dinner.

Box   249
Fellowship of Faiths, 1929-1930
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts; Chicago, Illinois.

Requests for financial aid and permission to use Mrs. Blaine's name on list of supporters.

Box   249
Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1924-1939
Note

Location: New York; Chicago, Illinois; London, England.

Letters requesting support for organization. News reports of Muriel Lester on tour in Europe, India and Palestine. Text of addresses at Conference of Chicago Branch, 1935.

Box   249
Fellowship School, 1927
Note

Location: Vaud, Switzerland.

Letter of information about school's activities, and request for aid. Also extracts from articles about the school.

Box   249
Fellowship Service, 1929
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone conversations and office interview concerning Miss Lucy Helen Pearson's work with students, and inquiry as to Mrs. Blaine's willingness to aid financially.

Box   249
Fellowship of Southern Churchmen, 1948-1953
Note

Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Correspondence, reports and newsletters concerning an inter-racial center and its activities in North Carolina.

Box   249
Felsenthal, Emma, 1906-1907
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence about book for children to learn to read from our own experiences. Typewritten manuscript about truant children and the need for school and home to find solution for problems of truancy.

Box   249
Fenchow Station of the American Board, 1917
Note

Location: Oberlin, Ohio.

Letter requesting donation of $5,000 to interdenominational school in China, and enclosed clippings and pamphlet on its work.

Box   249
Fenn, Katharine D., 1901-1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; Lake George, New York.

Personal correspondence about the Francis Parker School. Also letters about two girls sent to a summer camp of Mrs. Fenn's and leaving upon finding it not to their satisfaction.

Box   249
Fennelly, William, 1892
Note

Location: Bar Harbor, Maine.

Three receipts.

Box   249
Fenno, John Brooks, Jr., 1946
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Inability to accept dinner invitation.

Box   249
Fenno, John Brooks, Jr., Mrs. (Mary Virginia Chapman), 1933
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Notes of appreciation for gifts.

Box   249
Fenno, Lawrence Carteret, 1925
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Invitation to daughter's wedding.

Box   249
Fenno, Pauline Shaw, 1914
Note

Location: Rowley, Massachusetts.

Letter of information about Jean Parkman Brown Fund for tubercular patients, and request to send donations.

Box   250
Fenollosa, Ernest F., 1904
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter and text of address delivered at the dedication of the School of Education, University of Chicago.

Box   250
Fenton, Elsie, 1906
Note

Location: Trenton, New Jersey.

Letter requesting financial aid for building of a high school athletic field and playground, with enclosed diagram.

Box   250
Fenton, Howard Withrow, 1932-1935
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding Mrs. Blaine's joining Longmeadow Hounds Inc. and note of thanks for contribution to Farmers' Party, 1934.

Invitation to daughter's wedding.

Box   250
Fenton, R.W., Mrs., 1931-1932
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Interview with secretary about possible sponsorship of talks by Mr. Fenton on crime before high school pupils. Letters of recommendation from several school principals.

Box   250
Fentress, Calvin, 1921-1935
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence about real estate purchases, and copy of agreement to give Mrs. Blaine priority on property when it is for sale. Invitations to daughters' weddings.

Box   250
Fentress, James, 1926-1928
Note

Location: Hubbard Woods, Illinois.

Invitations to daughter's wedding, and to visit home.

Box   250
Fentress, James, Mrs. (Grace L'Addeman), 1900
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Acceptance of invitation to hear lecture of Professor Geddes.

Box   250
Fenway Garage Company, 1914
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Receipts.

Box   250
Fenwick, Charles D.
Note: See also: National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War, 1937 January 26-29.
Box   250
Fergus, Robert Cullum
Note: See also: Progressive Lawyers Club, 1937 January 16.
Box   250
Ferguson Company, 1915-1916
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for indebtedness to bankrupt firm.

See also: Gesas, Michael.

Box   250
Ferguson, Frank S., 1922-1924, 1947
Note

Location: Toronto; Chicago, Illinois; Ottawa.

Letters of appreciation for financial aid; interview about possibility of gaining employment in International Harvester Company, and letter requesting loan of $600 to build a home.

Box   250
Ferguson, Hector Munro, 1901
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Personal correspondence.

Box   250
Ferguson, Inez, 1941
Note

Location: Palo Alto, California.

Personal correspondence.

Box   250
Ferguson, James M., Mrs., 1900
Note

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana.

Letter of information about Mrs. Blaine's placing domestics on “union” hours and conditions. Booklet about Arena Club enclosed.

Box   250
Ferguson, J.T., 1923
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Copy of letter to the editor, Chicago Herald-Examiner, about proper diet and recreational activities for children in school.

Box   250
Ferguson, Mara L., 1904
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for interview for a teacher concerning a poor girl who desired to go to school but unable to do so because of lack of finances.

Box   250
Ferguson, Robert Hume, 1950
Note

Location: Paris; Kentucky; New York.

Invitations to daughter's wedding and reception.

Box   250
Ferguson, J.W., Mrs., 1946
Note

Location: Palo Alto, California.

Personal correspondence.

Box   250
Ferm, Alexis
Note: See also: Progressive Education Association, 1925 April 23-25.
Box   250
Fernald, Mr., 1942
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone inquiry regarding address of Frontier Nurses Association.

Box   250
Fernald, Charles, 1898
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Announcement of daughter's wedding.

Box   250
Fernald, H.E., 1912
Note

Location: Chasset, Massachusetts.

Receipt for medical services.

Box   250
Fern and Flower Farm, 1916
Note

Location: Southwick, Massachusetts.

Receipts.

Box   250
Ferran, J.D., 1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipt.

Box   250
Ferrier, James, 1911-1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence about missionary work and plans to keep young men in the church.

Box   250
Ferris, Mrs., 1937
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone request for copy of speech at Palmer House before Chicago Council on Foreign Relations.

Box   250
Ferry, Abby Farwell, 1888-1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letters of request for contributions to various charities. Personal letter of appreciation; and a note requesting friends to write Mayor Thompson to re-appoint Mrs. Ferry's son as Commissioner of Public Service.

Box   250
Fletcher, Edwin Stanton, Mrs. (Margaret Root), 1939
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter of appreciation.

Box   250
Fletcher, William, 1937-1941
Note

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts; Chicago, Illinois.

Personal correspondence.

Box   250
Fetter, Frank A., 1901
Note

Location: Ithaca, New York.

Letter of thanks and appreciation for work on tenement conditions.

Box   250
Fetzer, John R.
Note: See also: McCormick Estates.
Box   250
Fetzer, Peters and Company, 1904-1906
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

See also: McCormick Estates, Correspondence regarding real estate owned by Mrs. Blaine.

Box   250
Fewer, Mrs., 1943
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of thanks.

Box   250
Fewkes, Alma, 1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for loan from Mrs. Blaine.

Box   250
Fewkes, John M., 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter of thanks for invitation to cocktail party for National Officers of Americans for Democratic Action.

Box   250
Fey, Harold
Note: See also: Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1935 May 3-5.
Box   250
Ferry Hall, 1925-1945
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Correspondence about financial condition and needs of the school notices of meetings of board of trustees, letters of appreciation for contributions and invitations to graduation ceremonies.

Box   250
Ferry, Mansfield, 1913
Note

Location: New York.

Letter of recommendation for a Miss Evans, former secretary.

Box   250
Ferry, William H., 1900
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Information about real estate available for sale at Lake Forest.

Box   250
Fessenden, Russell Green, 1917
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Invitation to daughter's marriage.

Box   250
Fessenden, Stephen de Blois, Mrs., 1930
Note

Location: Baltimore, Maryland.

Announcement of daughter's marriage.

Box   250
Fletcher, Annette, 1943
Note

Location: Spruce Creek, Pennsylvania.

Letter about summer camp experiences.

Box   250
Fletcher, Edwin Stanton, 1939-1943
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

Personal correspondence and texts of an address on Federal Union and Commencement Exercises at Graduate Teachers College at Winnetka. Also invitation to hear Professor Muzzey.

Box   250
Ffoulke and Company, 1899
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

Letter of information about possible donation towards a “Loving Cup” for Admiral Schley made of silver coins from Spanish ships of Admiral Cervera's sunk during Spanish-American War.

Box   250
Fiddles, John C., 1910
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipts.

Box   250
Ficken, Earl C., 1927-1933
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Receipts for taxi service.

Box   250
Fidelity Appraisal Company, 1908-1942
Physical Description: 4 folders 
Note

Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Appraisal of estates of Mary Virginia McCormick at Pasadena, Santa Monica, California.

Box   251
Fidelity Storage and Warehouse Company, 1918-1919
Note

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Receipts.

Box   251
Fidelity Trustee and Receivers Company, 1905-1906
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipts and lists of books.

Box   251
Fiduciary Trust Company, 1935-1954
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

Location: New York.

Receipts, cash statements and account of assets of Foundation for World Government.

Box   251
Fiebrandt, Hermann, 1905-1910
Note

Location: Elmhurst, Illinois.

Receipts.

Box   251
Field, Cyrus W., Jr., 1892
Note

Location: Dobbs Ferry, New York.

Letter of condolence on death of Emmons Blaine.

Box   251
Field Enterprises Inc., 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter of appreciation at purchase of World Book Encyclopedia set and statement of account.

Box   251
Field, Eugene, Memorial, 1913
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter of inquiry as to possibility of contributing to Field Memorial Fund.

Box   251
Field, Eugene, Jr., 1917-1939
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence and telephone conversations about possible sale to Mrs. Blaine of private manuscripts and book collections of Eugene Field.

Box   251
Field, Frederick S., 1906-1917
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone inquiries about Mrs. Blaine's reading of Mr. Field's books.

Box   251
Field, Frederick V., 1929-1938
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Letters of appreciation for aid to Chinese Mass Education Movement. Requests for financial aid to, and notification of election to American Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations. Also several reports of the Institute's activities.

Box   251
Field, Henry, 1935-1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence about international events, the League of Nations, and the Library of International Relations. Personal correspondence, and invitation to Mrs. Field's daughter's wedding.

Box   251
Field, Henry, Mrs. (Florence L.), 1889-1892
Note

Location: Elmhurst, Illinois.

Personal correspondence.

Box   251
Field, Henry, Mrs. (Placidia Knowlton), 1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for aid for American Friends of France.

Box   251
Field, Henry, Seed Company, 1920
Note

Location: Shenandoah, Iowa.

Regret at inability to find employment for young woman referred by Mrs. Blaine.

Box   251
Field, H.H., 1930
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Medical recommendation.

Box   251
Field, James A., 1937-1939
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Acceptance of dinner invitations.

Box   251
Field, James A., Mrs. (Amy M. Walker), 1892-1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; Washington, D.C.; Newburgh, New York.

Personal correspondence. Letters requesting aid for summer camp for women workers.

Box   251
Field, John, 1940
Note

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Letter of congratulations on Mrs. Blaine's speech in behalf of President Roosevelt.

Box   251
Field, Marshall, I, 1896-1936
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two personal letters, and newspaper clipping about the Field Mansion being remodeled to serve as Industrial Art School.

Box   251
Field, Marshall, Estate of, 1935-1938
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence, receipts and statements of account at Mrs. Blaine's garage.

Box   251
Field, Marshall, I, Mrs. (Delia Spencer Canton), 1906-1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Personal correspondence. Telegram notification of support for Senate Bill 311.

Box   251
Field, Marshall, II, 1886
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to costume ball.

Box   251
Field, Marshall, II, Mrs. (Albertine Huck), 1903
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to visit.

Box   251
Field, Marshall, III, 1920-1953
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Inquiry regarding possible support of Leonard Wood's candidacy for President, 1920. Correspondence about support of Hull House and Roosevelt College.

Box   251
Field, Marshall, III, Mrs. (Evelyn Marshall), 1921
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Inquiry as to possible use of Mrs. Blaine's name as patron of several homes for crippled children.

Box   251-252
Field, Marshall, and Company, 1886-1907
Physical Description: 12 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipts, correspondence and statements of account.

Box   252-255
Field, Marshall and Company, 1908-1954
Physical Description: 41 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills and other correspondence regarding clothing and home furnishing purchases, fur storage, etc.

Box   255
Field, Marshall and Company, Employees Union, 1946-1947
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two items regarding union activity at Marshall Fields.

Box   255
Field, Ruth Pruyn, Mrs. (formerly Mrs. Marshall Field III), 1938
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill.

Box   255
Field, Meyer, 1950
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter addressed to the Progressive Party decrying their attachment to communism.

Box   255
Field Museum of Natural History, 1896-1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence and dues notices regarding Mrs. Blaine's membership.

Box   255
Field, Stanley, 1919-1936
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Numerous invitations. Also requests for contributions to the Chicago Civic Opera Company and the Ravinia Park Association.

Box   255
Field, Stanley, Mrs. (Sara Carroll Brown), 1910, 1920
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requests a donation to the St. Luke's Social Service Committee.

Box   255
Field, William, 1915
Note

Location: Haverford, Pennsylvania.

Invitation to wedding of Lois Field to Lawrence Ackerman Meeker.

Box   255
Fielder, E., 1910
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes to sell hand-painted place cards.

Box   255
Fieldhouse, H.N., 1936
Note: Address given to the Library of International Relations, “The Sanctions Experiment in Retrospect.”
Box   255
Fielding, Edward, undated
Note: See Volunteers of America.
Box   255
Fields, William J., 1925
Note

Location: Frankfort, Kentucky.

Governor of Kentucky. Thanks Mrs. Blaine for her help and generous assistance in aiding a man entombed in Sand Cave [Floyd Collins]. Also apologizes for the trouble Dr. Hazlett encountered there.

Box   255
Fields and Workshops Society, 1904
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes financial and advisory support.

Box   255
Fielitz, Carl, 1905-1910
Note

Location: Elmhurst Illinois.

Carpentry bills.

Box   256
Fifer, F.L., 1925, 1932
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Has prospective buyers for various of Mrs. Blaine's properties.

Box   256
Fifield, Edward R., Mrs. (Eleanor), 1922
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letterhead of “A Home for the American Legion.” Asks for financial contributions to construct a memorial building.

Box   256
Fifield, James W., Jr., 1938-1951
Note

Location: Los Angeles, California.

Minister of the First Congregational Church. Correspondence concerns his plan for a “Contact Clinic” sponsored by the Church, the memorial service for Harold F. McCormick, and requests for contributions to the Mobilization for Spiritual Ideals.

See also: Mobilization for Spiritual Ideals.

Box   256
Fifield and Stevenson, 1910-1918
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Clothing bills.

Box   256
Figgures, Frank, 1940
Note

Location: Geneva, Switzerland.

Letter to Clark Eichelberger, Director of the American League of Nations Association giving his estimate of the crisis in Europe.

Box   256
Fight for Freedom, 1941-1943
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letters from Courtenay Barbour Jr. Correspondence concerns the activities of the organization in counteracting “Hitlerism” in the United States. Also requests for financial support and letters of thanks for assistance. Contains a large number of pamphlets.

Box   256
Fight for Freedom, 1941-1942
Note

Location: New York.

Pamphlets and letters of anti-Hitler propaganda.

Box   256
Filipino Federation Community Center, 1931
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for financial assistance.

Box   256
Film Studios of Chicago, 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Publicizes Woman Speaks, a film depicting the activities of women.

Box   256
Finance magazine, 1943
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes to write a story about Mrs. Blaine and what she is contributing to the war effort.

Box   256
Finch, George, 1939
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Personal letter.

Box   256
Finch and McCullouch, 1930
Note

Location: Aurora, Illinois.

Stationery bills.

Box   256
Finch, Merle E., 1922-1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Lawyer for the estate of Dr. B.W. Sippy. Requests the payment of medical bills.

Box   256
Finck, William M., 1925
Note: See also: Progressive Education Association, 1925 April 23-25, Report of meetings, Philadelphia.
Box   256
Findeisen and Knopf Manufacturing Company, 1912-1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for carburetor installation and repair.

Box   256
Findlay Galleries Inc., 1947, 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills.

Box   256
Findlay, Margaret Marr, 1919
Note

Location: Toronto, Canada.

Note of thanks for a Christmas gift.

Box   256
Fine Arts Guild, 1932
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to a card party.

Box   256
Fine Arts Shop of Chicago, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Sends a booklet illustrating the work of the members.

Box   256
Finer, Herman, 1947
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Member of University of Chicago faculty. Thanks Mrs. Blaine for invitations to dinners in honor of Henry Wallace and Admiral King.

Box   256
Finfer, Mark L., 1954
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter to Gilbert Harrison, as a trustee for Mrs. Blaine's estate, asking to lease the property at 101 E. Erie.

Box   256
Fink, Henry, 1896
Note

Location: Louisville, Kentucky.

Wedding announcement. Ellen Fink to David M. Milton.

Box   256
Fink, Marie, 1924, 1929
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Notes of thanks for Christmas gifts.

Box   256
Fink, Peter, 1945, 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation response. Also asks whereabouts of Mrs. Tait.

Box   256
Finland, For, Inc., 1940-1941
Note

Location: New York.

Requests for financial aid.

See also:

  • Morawetz, Mrs. Victor (Margorie Nott)
  • de Gripenberg, Baroness Peggy
Box   256
Finletter, Thomas K., 1922-1950
Note

Location: New York.

“Nephew” of Mrs. Blaine. Folder contains a number of personal items as well as a copy of his “Analysis of New Deal Legislation.” Also items regarding the will of Mrs. Walter Damrosch, wedding invitations, and two items concerning a mortgage on the Belasco Theater in New York. Also a number of press clippings regarding his appointment as Secretary of Air Force.

See also: Democratic National Committee.

Box   256
Finletter, Thomas K., Mrs. (Margaret Damrosch), 1903-1957
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

Location: New York; Washington, D.C.

Mostly personal letters to “Aunt Anita” concerning family matters, travel, etc. A few items dealing with war-time Washington after her husband's appointment as Special Assistant to the Secretary of State and Head of the Division of Defense Materials. Also wedding photograph.

Box   256
Finley, Edward J., 1949
Note

Location: New York.

Wishes to paint portraits of Mrs. Blaine's grandchildren.

Box   256
Finley, Forrest E., 1953
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

Asks her opinion on Jay Franklin's Republicans on the Potomac.

Box   256
Finley, John H., 1931
Note

Location: New York.

Letter to the president of Washington and Lee University in regard to the McCormick Celebration.

Box   256
Finley, Laura M., 1928
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letters requesting payment of nursing bills for Mrs. McKinley.

Box   256
Finely, Mary R., 1941
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks payment of bill for taking care of Lena Olsen.

Box   256
Finely, Paul A., 1916
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Inquires whether certain of Mrs. Blaine's property is for sale.

Box   256
Finnegan, Richard J., 1936-1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Editor and publisher of the Chicago Times. Correspondence mostly concerns attached comments from the public in regard to Mrs. Blaine's “war message,” the presidential campaign of 1940, anti-fascism, labor problems in the Chicago area, etc.

See also: National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War, 1935 February 1-2, Regional Conference.

Box   256
Finnegan, Richard J., Mrs. (Lucile Adams), 1937-1948
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letters of thanks for Christmas gifts.

Box   256
Finnegan, T.F., 1925
Note

Location: Saranac Lake, New York.

Clothing bill.

Box   256
Finnerud, Clark W., 1949-1950
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Medical bill and related letter.

Box   256
Finney, J.M.T., 1916-1917
Note

Location: Baltimore, Maryland.

Medical bills.

Box   256
Finney, William Parker, Jr., 1936, 1940
Note

Location: Fairfield, Connecticut.

Invitations.

Box   257
Finnish Relief Fund Inc., 1939
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for financial support.

Box   257
Finnish Relief Fund, Baroness Ramsay, 1939-1940
Note: Requests for donations.
Box   257
Fiorentine, F., and Sons, 1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Furniture bills.

Box   257
Fireside Movies, 1928
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills.

Box   257
First Bohemian-Moravian Reformed Church of Chicago, 1903
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks for support in building a chapel.

Box   257
First Cavalry Riding Academy, 1903
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill.

Box   257
First Division Auxiliary, 1921-1922
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requests for contributions.

Box   257
First Families of America, 1923
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for information of the McCormick genealogy.

Box   257
First Illinois Women's State Good Roads Convention, 1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for financial support.

Box   257
First Municipal Bond Assurance Company, 1897
Note

Location: New York.

Offers sale of its capital stock.

Box   257
First National Bank - Chicago, 1893-1955
Note: Correspondence, bank books, etc., in connection with Mrs. Blaine's Special and Gift Accounts.
Box   257
First National Bank - Huntsville, 1922
Note

Location: Huntsville, Alabama.

Letter to E.G. Corwine, Secretary of the Huntsville YMCA informing him of the balance in the repair account.

Box   257
First National Bank, Lake Forest, 1916, 1943
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Correspondence deals mainly with information needed to complete the George B. Wilson estate.

Box   257
First National Bank - Madison, 1952-1954
Note

Location: Madison, Wisconsin.

Statement of principal.

Box   257
First National Bank - Mansfield, 1920-1921
Note

Location: Mansfield, Pennsylvania.

Thanks Mrs. Blaine for the financial support of Sophia Lamb.

Box   257
First Oriental Trading Company, undated
Note

Location: New York.

Bill.

Box   257
First Realty Company, 1929
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Writes in regard to Mrs. Blaine's property at 639-651 Rush St.

Box   257
Fischer Brothers, 1926
Note

Location: Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts.

Grocery bills.

Box   257
Fischer, E.W. and Company, 1900
Note

Location: Elmhurst, Illinois.

Enumerates fuel prices.

Box   257
Fischer, John T., 1908-1909
Note

Location: Huntsville, Alabama.

Floral bills.

Box   257
Fischer, Louis, 1941
Note: Address given for the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, “Stalin and Hitler.”
Box   257
Fischer, Theodor (Luzern), 1938
Note

Location: Lucerne, Switzerland.

Sends articles purchased by Mrs. Blaine.

Box   257
Fischkin, Edward A., Mrs., 1910
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of thanks for copy of Dr. Edwards lecture.

Box   257
Fish, Hamilton, 1939
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

United States Representative from New York. Correspondence deals with the National Committee to Keep America out of Foreign Wars.

See also: Brookhard, Senator Smith H., 1932 March 21. Report of debate.

Box   257
Fish, Joseph, Mrs., 1924
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks Mrs. Blaine to be a member of the Advisory Council of the reorganized Woman's Auxiliary of the Salvation Army.

Box   257
Fish, Stuyvesant, 1907
Note: Wedding invitation.
Box   257
Fishbein, Morris, undated
Note

Editor of Journal of American Medical Association.

See also:

  • Bundesen, Dr. H.N., 1925 March 12. Report of proceedings of the Bureau of Health and Public Instruction of the Annual Congress on Medical Education, etc.
  • Chicago Regional White House Conference, 1931 October 30-31, regarding Child Health and Protection
Box   257
Fishburn, Eugene Heald, 1909-1914
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding rental of the stable at the rear of 701 Rush Street.

Box   257
Fisher, A.J., 1896
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation response.

Box   257
Fisher, Arthur, 1914-1945
Note

Location: Missoula, Montana; Chicago, Illinois.

Many items regarding his establishment of a short-lived community cooperative newspaper in Montana. Later items include personal notes and requests for contributions for the Chicago Forum Council.

Box   257
Fischer, Boyden, Kales and Bell, 1919-1923
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence relating to the guardianship of the Emmons Blaine Jr. estate.

Box   257
Fisher, Clara, 1907
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Sends pamphlets concerning children's summer camps.

Box   257
Fisher, Dorothy Canfield, 1934
Note

Location: New York.

Asks Mrs. Blaine to accept membership on the women's advisory committee of the National Conference of Jews and Christians.

Box   257
Fisher, Eleanor, Mrs., 1911-1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence concerns the appearance in Chicago of Ellith Reumert, Danish dramatist.

Box   257
Fisher, Ethel Sturges, 1938-1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation responses.

Box   257
Fisher, Frederick B., 1931
Note: See also: World Alliance for International Friendship through the Churches, 1931 November 9-12, 16th Annual Meeting and Goodwill Congress.
Box   257
Fisher, George, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Complains of the Chicago Publishers Association which is blocking the efforts of the employees of Chicago newspapers to organize.

Box   257
Fisher, George P., 1903, 1914
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Invitation to wedding of Ethel Fisher to Reginald Holbrook Hardin.

Box   257
Fisher, George P., Mrs., 1909
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Invitation.

Box   257
Fisher, Harry M., 1942
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes Mrs. Blaine to support the publication of a booklet to help in the McKeough-Brooks campaign.

See also: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1924 May 19-31. Address “From Russia to the U.S.A.”

Box   257
Fisher, Hezekiah King, 1896
Note

Location: Chili Station, New York.

Wishes aid in publishing his “Historical, Political and Miscellaneous Poems.”

Box   257
Fisher, I. Hughes, 1904-1917
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Personal notes.

Box   257
Fisher, Irving, 1917-1946
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Note

Location: New Haven, Connecticut.

Professor of Political Economy at Yale. Writes concerning wartime liquor prohibition, activity on behalf of the League of Nations and the Republican Liberal League. Encloses manuscript of his book League or War. Informs Mrs. Blaine of her appointment as vice president of the League of Nations Non-Partisan Association. Asks for contributions to the American Eugenics Society, the National Student Christian Association. Newspaper clippings concerning Fisher's views of winning the peace.

See also:

  • Liberal Republican League, 1922 November 25. Report of Victory meeting, Boston Pro-League Independents
  • Illinois League of Women Voters, 1924 April 12. Report of Conference on Economic Aspects of International Affairs.
Box   257
Fisher, Irving, Jr., 1922
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Personal items.

Box   257
Fisher, Irving J., 1919-1921
Note

Location: West Newton, Massachusetts.

Medical bills.

Box   258
Fisher, Laura, 1906-1908
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Replies to Mrs. Blaine that at the moment she is unable to analyze the Parker School.

Box   258
Fisher, Margaret, 1946
Note

Location: Atlanta, Georgia.

Calls Mrs. Blaine in regard to a test suit being conducted in Georgia.

Box   258
Fisher, Margaret, 1920, 1927
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of thanks for a birthday gift and an invitation response.

Box   258
Fisher, Mary B., 1914
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Calls regarding some etchings.

Box   258
Fisher, M.M., Associates, 1940, 1942
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Radio advertising firm. Newspaper clippings, bills, etc., associated with Mrs. Blaine's public endorsement of President Roosevelt. Also literature and copies of T.V. Smiths address in opposition to C. Wayland Brooks.

Box   258
Fisher, Stanley Ross, 1920-1921
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; Boston, Massachusetts.

Writes on behalf of the American Church in Paris.

Box   258
Fisher, Thomas Hart, 1922-1951
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Four personal items.

Box   258
Fisher, Thomas Hart, Mrs. (Ruth Page), 1937-1950
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitations.

Box   258
Fisher, Walter D., 1937-1940
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

Invitation responses.

Box   258
Fisher, Walter L., 1903-1936
Physical Description: 6 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence consists of letters, reports, etc. in regard to the legal considerations, tax matters, etc., in the disposal of the estate of Emmons Blaine Jr.

Box   258
Fisher, Walter L., Mrs. (Mabel Taylor), 1910-1935
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Notes of thanks for gifts and invitation responses.

Box   258
Fisher, Walter T., 1920-1949
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

Associated with the law firm Fisher, Boyden, Kales and Bell.

More correspondence dealing with the estate of Emmons Blaine Jr., plus a few personal items.

Box   258
Fisher, Walter T., Mrs. (Katherine Dummer), 1935-1945
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

Invitations and responses.

Box   258
Fisk, D.B. and Company, 1920
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Millinery advertisement.

Box   258
Fisk, D. Milton, 1895
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wedding announcement. Mattie Fisk to Edward Craft Green.

Box   258
Fisk, Eugene Lyman, 1918
Note

Location: New York.

Letterhead of the Life Extension Institute. Stresses need for research on the influence of living habits and living customs on general health.

Box   258
Fisk University, 1903-1947
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

Location: Nashville, Tennessee.

African American university. Requests for financial support and numerous illustrated books and pamphlets.

Box   258
Fiske, David, 1921-1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Medical bills.

Box   258
Fitch, Barbara Joe, 1946
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes assistance in establishing a private school.

Box   258
Fitch, Robert F., 1923-1931
Note

Location: Hangchow, China.

President of Hangchow Christian College, which was helped financially by Mrs. McCormick. Items largely concern the activities and progress of the institution as well as Russian and communist activity there.

Box   258
Fitt, Emma Moody, 1907
Note

Location: Highland Park, Illinois.

Sends a pamphlet concerning the Women's Department of the Moody Bible Institute.

Box   258
Fitts, John T., 1922
Note

Location: Greenbush, Massachusetts.

Hauling bills.

Box   258
Fitz, Charles E., 1927-1928
Note

Location: Rye Beach, New Hampshire.

Correspondence regarding the rental of summer homes. Also bills, photographs, etc.

Box   258
Fitzgerald, Anna M., 1907
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes a job as private secretary.

Box   258
Fitzgerald, Burt J., 1903-1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Writes regarding property near the Parker School.

Box   258
Fitzgerald, F.J., 1926
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Hauling bill.

Box   258
Fitzgerald, J.E., 1916-1942
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Plumbing and gas bills.

Box   258
Fitzgerald, J.E., 1943
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Medical bill.

Box   258
Fitzgerald, J.M., 1903
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Phrenologist. Relates his profession with that of progressive education.

Box   259
Fitzgerald Livery Company, 1915-1927
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Cab and delivery bills.

Box   259
Fitzgerald, Porter B., 1904
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes to arrange an appointment for Mrs. N.G. Graves.

Box   259
Fitz-Hugh, Carter Harrison, 1889-1931
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; New York.

Various personal items, letters of friendship and condolence, etc.

Box   259
Fitz-Hugh, Carter Harrison, Mrs. (Isabella S. Scribner), 1892-1936
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Invitations, responses and personal notes.

Box   259
Fitzpatrick, H.J., 1941
Note

Location: New York.

Wishes to sell Mrs. Blaine a camp on Upper St. Regis to replace the one destroyed.

Box   259
Fitzpatrick, Mary, 1898
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of apology.

Box   259
Fitzpatrick, P.E., 1903-1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Accountant soliciting Mrs. Blaine's accounts.

Box   259
Fitzpatrick, Walter, 1926
Note

Location: New York.

Note of thanks.

Box   259
Fitzpatrick, Z.I., Mrs., 1924
Note

Location: Atlanta, Georgia.

Asks financial support for the Tallulah Falls Industrial School.

Box   259
Fitzwilliam, William Read, 1923
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to wedding of Thelma Fitzwilliam to William D. Sidley.

Box   259
Fixen, Laura G., 1904
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes to sell rug made from the skins of the duckbill platypus.

Box   259
Flack, W.D., Mrs., 1906
Note

Location: Woodland, Tennessee.

Wishes a loan to build an apartment building for investment purposes.

Box   259
Flad, Edward, 1921
Note

Location: St. Louis, Missouri.

Invitation to wedding of Virginia Flad to Henry Towner Deane.

Box   259
Flagg, D.E., Mrs., 1903
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes a job at the Parker School.

Box   259
Flagler, Harry Harkness, 1921-1927
Note

Location: New York.

Asks financial support for the American Academy in Rome. Also two wedding invitations.

Box   259
Flagler, Harry Harkness, Mrs., 1926
Note

Location: New York.

Invitation.

Box   259
Flaherty, J.H., 1910
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes contribution to inaugurate scheme to help the poor to help themselves.

Box   259
Flake, Henry A., 1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wedding announcement.

Box   259
Flamands, A.P., Mrs., 1931
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks financial aid for Mrs. James H. Heeler, wife of former millionaire.

Box   259
Flanagan, A., Company, 1906
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Advertises Prof. Mather's The Waking of Illinois.

Box   259
Flanagan and Biedenweg, 1904
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Acknowledges receipt of a gift for the Quinn and Driscoll Fund.

Box   259
Flanders, S.A., Mrs., 1905
Note

Location: New York.

Desires a teaching position.

Box   259
Flansburgh, Mrs., 1911
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks financial support for two old ladies.

Box   259
Flatley, Mary I., Mrs., 1922
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes for assistance to send her sick daughters on a vacation.

Box   259
Flatow and Moses, 1933
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone calls urging Mrs. Blaine to sue for interest on judgment in condemnation arising from widening of S. Water Street.

Box   259
Fleischman, 1905-1932
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Floral bills.

Box   259
Fleischmann's Vienna Model Bakery, 1905
Note

Location: New York.

Bills.

Box   259
Fleming, Arthur H., 1890-1933
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

Location: Pasadena, California.

Correspondence mostly concerned with the Mary Virginia McCormick property at Santa Monica. Also some items regarding Mrs. McCormick's visit in Pasadena. Numerous photographs of the McCormick Estate.

Box   259
Fleming, Arthur H., Mrs. (Clara Fowler), 1889-1903
Note

Location: Pasadena, California.

Personal letters from Mrs. Blaine's cousin.

Box   259
Fleming, Clarence S., 1916-1940
Note

Location: Pasadena, California.

One item regarding rental of the Gray property by Mrs. McCormick. Other item regards the death of Arthur Fleming.

Box   259
Fleming, Edward J., 1938
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thanks Mrs. Blaine for her contributions to the re-election of Judge John F. O'Connell.

Box   259
Fleming, F. Frank, 1901
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requests financial help for J. Dross.

Box   259
Fleming, Fred, Mrs., 1917
Note

Location: Dallas, Texas.

Telegram regarding distribution of President Wilson's War Message.

Box   259
Fleming, George E., 1949
Note

Location: Arlington, Virginia.

Informs Mrs. Blaine of the existence in Virginia of a town, Blainesville, named for James G. Blaine.

Box   259
Fleming, Helen, 1943
Note

Location: Valencia, Pennsylvania.

Claims relationship to the McCormicks and wonders if acknowledgment of such a relationship meant anything to Mrs. Blaine.

Box   259
Fleming, Mabel, 1907
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Appeal for financial aid, apparently granted, from a young girl with deformed ears, who needs an operation to correct the deformity.

Box   259
Fleming, Martha, 1901-1928
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Associated with the School of Education of the University of Chicago. Writes Mrs. Blaine in regard to education and a memorial to Mrs. Parker.

Box   259
Fleming, Robert H., 1915
Note

Location: Baltimore, Maryland.

Sends a message to Mrs. McCormick on her 80th birthday.

Box   259
Fleming, S.W., 1924
Note

Location: Huntsville, Alabama.

Chairman of Madison County Board of Commissioners. Thanks Mrs. Blaine for a gift to help improve the roads around Huntsville.

Box   259
Fleming, W.S., 1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks a character reference for Alfred Holman, Mrs. Blaine's coachman.

Box   259
Fletcher, Duncan U., 1917
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

Chairman of the United States Senate Committee on Commerce. Advises Mrs. Blaine of the impossibility of getting the Government Printing Office to print sufficient copies of the President's War Message.

Box   259
Fletcher, James Jr., Mrs., 1921, 1929
Note

Location: Upper St. Regis, New York.

Invitation responses.

Box   259
Fletcher, John, 1917
Note: See: American Agricultural Cadets, 1917 September 7.
Box   259
Flexible Rubber Goods Company, 1908
Note

Location: Winsted, Connecticut.

Sends booklet descriptive of rubber brushes.

Box   259
Flexner, A., 1901
Note

Location: Louisville, Kentucky.

Sends a booklet describing his school.

Box   259
Flint, Edith Foster, 1901
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of thanks for a gift.

Box   259
Flint, Nott W., 1906
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Obituary of a University of Chicago professor.

Box   259
Floersheim Mercantile Company, 1901-1902
Note

Location: Springer, New Mexico.

Bills.

Box   259
Flora, Claud Bruce, 1948
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wedding announcement.

Box   259
Florentine School for Girls, 1907-1921
Note

Location: Florence, Italy.

Pamphlets concerning the school.

Box   259
Flournay, C.O., 1948
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes an appointment to see Mrs. Blaine.

Box   259
Flower, Frances B., 1936
Note: Note of thanks for a gift.
Box   259
Flower, James, 1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation response.

Box   259
Flower, J.M., 1887
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wedding invitation.

Box   259
Flower, Lucy L., 1897-1918
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitations, personal items, and some correspondence in regard to private charities.

Box   259
Flower Shop - Palo Alto, 1949-1950
Note

Location: Palo Alto, California.

Floral bills.

Box   259
Flowers, George C., 1949-1950
Note

Location: Brookford, North Carolina.

Asks financial support for the Brookford Baptist Church. When his letter is ignored, Flowers sends scorching letters.

Box   259
Flying Squadron of America, 1914
Note

Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

Asks financial support for its campaign for National Constitutional Prohibition.

Box   259
Flynn, Kate Y., 1905-1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letters from former schoolteacher who claims she is unable to get work because of continuing persecution from the school board.

Box   259
Fodor, M.W., 1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Address before the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, Palmer House.

Subject of the Address: The Collapse in Western Europe.

Box   259
Fogarty, Katherine, 1912-1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills and cash receipts for making dresses.

Box   259
Foidart, Charles M., 1944-1945
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requests and cash receipts for concert services.

Box   259
Folds, Charles W., 1913-1920
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letters requesting payment of her share of the Curran Investigation Committee expenses, and for attending a meeting concerning philanthropy and charitable work.

See also:

  • American Agricultural Cadets, 1917 September 7
  • Disabled Veterans and Orphans' Relief, 1925 February 13
Box   260
Foley, C.J., 1929
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Telegram informing that Fritz Kreisler is leaving for Europe and therefore an engagement with him cannot be arranged.

Box   260
Foley, Edna L.
Note: See also: Chicago Regional White House Conference, 1930-1931 October, Regarding Child Health and Protection.
Box   260
Foley, Florence, 1902
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Acceptance of an invitation.

Box   260
Foley, Greenhouse Manufacturing Company, 1916-1935
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invoices and cash receipts pertaining plumbing and boiler repair services.

Box   260
Foley, James P., 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for support for the formation of a United Nations Orchestra composed of native musicians from throughout the world, to promote a symbol of better understanding among nations.

Box   260
Folkard and Son, 1939
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Memorandum receipt.

Box   260
Folks, Homer, 1906-1907
Note

Location: New York City, Lexington, New York.

Letters concerning child welfare.

Box   260
Follansbee, Belle, 1922
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

Thank you note.

Box   260
Follansbee, Mitchell Davis, 1906-1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letters, invitations and wedding announcements. Concerns work of the Bureau of Charities in the lower North District. Mentions World Citizens Association and agreement with Mrs. Blaine's views.

Box   260
Follansbee, Mitchell Davis, Mrs., 1921-1943
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for a speech on the 10th anniversary of the League of Nations.

A thank you note.

Box   260
Follansbee, Mitchell Davis, Jr., 1939-1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Acceptance and regret notes for a dinner.

Box   260
Follet, Ida Lee, 1913-1918
Note

Location: Berwyn, Pennsylvania; Chicago, Illinois.

A thank you note for financial help. Request for an appointment.

Box   260
Folsom, Charles F., 1887-1892
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letters concerning her sister's illness and notes of sympathy and advice.

Box   260
Folsom, H & D, Arms Company, 1905-1910
Note

Location: New York, New York.

Bills and cash receipts.

Box   260
Foltyn, 1948 August
Language:
A letter in German, 1948 November 29.
Note: Location: Vienna, Austria.
Box   260
Foltz, Frieda, 1933-1939
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to an Orchestra Concert.

Box   260
Fonda, I.H., 1898
Note

Location: Detroit, Michigan.

A wedding announcement.

Box   260
Fonnet, John. W., Mrs., 1923
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for an appointment.

Box   260
Fonseca, Eugenia, 1935
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Appeal for financial loan.

Box   260
Food for Freedom Inc., 1943
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

Request for subscription to a pamphlet of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Program by the officers of the World Citizens Association.

Box   260
Foord, Andrew Green, 1912-1915
Note

Location: Nonkanahwa, New York.

Medical reports of Mrs. McCormick.

Box   260
Foordmore Company, 1913
Note

Location: Nonkanahwa, New York.

Bills and cash receipt for services.

Box   260
Foote Brothers Gear and Machine Company, 1927
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invoice for the purchase of a hub.

Box   260
Foote, Mary, 1916-1919
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California; Chicago, Illinois.

A letter of thanks and appreciation.

Telephonic call for an appointment.

Box   260
Foote, Nathan, 1902
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

A cash receipt.

Box   260
Foote, Robert L., 1937-1938
Note

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Acceptance and regret notes for dinner.

Box   260
Foote, Robert L., Mrs., 1937-1953
Note

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Acceptance and regret notes for dinners, Christmas greetings and other invitations.

Box   260
Forbes Company, 1908
Note

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Advertisement of a drinking water boiler.

Box   260
Forbes, E.E., Piano Company, 1912
Note

Location: Birmingham, Alabama.

Specifications of a pipe organ.

Box   260
Forbes, E.M., 1899
Note

Location: Detroit, Michigan.

Regarding the lease of land.

Box   260
Forbes, Frank G., 1924
Note

Location: Evanston, Illinois.

A wedding announcement.

Box   260
Forbes Lithograph Manufacturing Company, 1930
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

An advertisement displaying a portrait of Mr. McCormick.

Box   260
Forbes, Mary E., 1915-1931
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; Baltimore, Maryland.

Invitation to a play. Pamphlet entitled “Heal Yourself.”.

Box   260
Forbes, Robertson, Johnston, 1919
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

A stenographic report of the lecture “The Personality of Shakespeare” delivered at Orchestra Hall.

Box   260
Forchhanmer, Henri, Madam, 1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Address at the City Club.

Box   260
Ford, Ernest J., 1916
Note

Location: Evanston, Illinois.

Cash receipts for medical services.

Box   260
Ford, Frank Richards, Jr., 1951
Note

Location: Southport, Connecticut.

A marriage invitation.

Box   260
Ford, George, Mrs., 1934
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request to help her husband get his job back.

Box   260
Ford, Henry I., 1914
Note

Location: New York.

A New York Times news clipping entitled “Henry Ford explains why he gives away $10,000,000.”

Box   260
Ford and Phillips Company, 1911
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Appraisal of a building.

Box   260
Fordyce, John A., 1908
Note

Location: New York, New York.

A note giving medical advice.

Box   260
Foreign Affairs, 1924-1940
Note

Location: New York, New York.

Subscription receipts for the Foreign Affairs quarterly review.

Box   260
Foreign Language Information Service, 1923-1927
Note

Location: New York City, New York; Chicago, Illinois.

Requests for subscription and support.

Box   260
Foreign Missions Library, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requests to return the photographs and slides.

Box   260
Foreign Policy Association, 1921-1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; New York City, New York.

Request for financial support to Disarmament Conference and a New York Times clipping illustrating a phase of the work of the Conference.

Letter asking suggestions about America's entrance into the League of Nations and the League's work. A pamphlet entitled “The League of Nations,” giving its aims and objects.

Request for an interview from the chairman, Mr. McDonald, for a talk about economic co-operation between America and Europe.

Other letters asking for support and help.

Box   260
Foreman, Clark, 1944-1953
Note

Location: New York, New York; Chicago, Illinois.

Requests for support for “National Council of the Arts, Sciences, and Professions Inc.” Thank you notes.

See also:

  • Wallace, Henry A.
  • Arts, Sciences, and Professions Council
Box   260
Foreman Shoe Company, 1897
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Cash receipts for rubbers.

Box   260
Forest Preserve Commission, 1905
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

A note explaining why the Forest Preserve District was not approved.

Box   260
Forestall, J.J., 1924
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Stenographic report of debate on the adoption of the Bok Peace Plan between J.J. Forestall and O.G. Villard at Studebaker Theatre.

Box   260
Forgan, David Robertson, 1916-1931
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wedding announcements and requests for appointments. Address before the Executives' Club of Chicago, on the subject “Our Foreign Debts.”

Box   260
Forgan, Donald Murray, Mrs., 1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Visiting cards.

Box   260
Forgan, Gray and Company, 1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requests for handling her investments.

Box   260
Forgan, James B., 1904-1924
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; New York, New York; Winter Park, Florida.

A request and thanks for financial help in presenting a testimonial to Mr. Sprague on his retiring from the choir. Letter expressing opinion about League of Nations.

Box   260
Forgan, James B., Mrs. (Mary E. Murray), 1924
Note: A thank you note for the expression of sympathy.
Box   260
Forgan, James B., Jr., 1929-1938
Note

Request and thank you note for financial help to the Chicago Chapter of the Red Cross.

Wedding announcements.

Box   260
Foreman, Henry, 1915
Note

Location: New York, New York.

A thank you note.

Box   260
Foreman, John N., 1915
Note

Location: Mainpuri, India.

Field notes about missionary work.

Box   260
Formozone, Hygienic Manufacturing Company of America, 1907
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for installing their air cooling units in the public schools.

Box   260
Forrest, Eleanore
Note: See also: Katherine Forrest Hamill.
Box   260
Forrest, Marshall, Jr., 1937-1942
Note

Location: Princeton, New Jersey.

Acceptance notes for the New Year's Eve dinners.

Box   260
Forrestal, James, 1949
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

Letter to American Social Hygiene Association appreciating its activities for protecting the health and morals of service men and women.

Box   260
Forrestal, Mrs.
Note: See also: United Nations Association Congress, 1944 January 14-15. Proceedings.
Box   260
Forsell, John, 1929
Note

Location: Stockholm, Sweden.

A wedding announcement.

Box   260
Forestall, James J., 1925-1947
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; Manomet, Massachusetts.

Letters concerning League of Nations Non-Partisan Association of Illinois.

See also: League of Nations Association, Illinois, 1925-1926.

Box   260
Forstall, Nell Lothrop, 1944
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Soliciting support for the formation of a group called “Americans United for World Organization.”

Box   260
Forsyth, Henry H., 1889-1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Greeting cards.

Box   260
Forsyth, Henry H., Mrs. (Mary B. Hoge)
Note: Thank you note. List of names.
Box   260
Forsyth, Henry H., Jr., 1887
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter asking personal opinion.

Box   261
Forsyth, Robert, 1896
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

A regret note to an invitation for a party.

Box   261
Forsyth, William Holmes, 1909-1918
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you notes. Asks her if she would like to continue the $500 gift towards the Thursday afternoon recitals.

Fortnightly
Box   261
, 1901-1930
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitations to the meetings of the Society.

Requests for payment of membership subscription.

Report concerning the organization of the Fortnightly Auxiliary Corporation.

Box   261
, 1931-1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitations. Bills requesting contribution to the Emergency Welfare Fund, to serve on the Social Committee to help in refinancing the Society.

Annual reports, 1947-1949.

Constitution and by-laws of the Society.

Box   261
Fortnum & Mason
Note

Location: Piccadily, London.

A purchase bill.

Box   261
Fort Pitt Hotel Company, 1917
Note

Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Hotel bill.

Box   261
Fortune, 1946
Note

Location: New York, New York.

A thank you note for her co-operation in preparing Fowler McCormick profile for its publication.

Box   261
Fortune, A. & Company, 1924-1941
Note

Location: New York, New York; Chicago, Illinois.

Cash receipts for the sale of furnishings.

Box   261
Forty-Second Ward Voters Association, 1928
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you note for receiving $500 from her.

Description of the meetings of the 42nd Ward Voters Association non-partisan, held at Casino Club, 167 East Delaware Place.

Box   261
Forum, 1936
Note

Location: New York, New York.

Invitation to participate in a Symposium on “American attitude in case a war breaks out in Europe.”

Box   261
Forward Movement, 1903
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for donation for building a gymnasium.

Box   261
Forwood, Kate, 1892
Note

Location: New Rochelle.

A letter expressing condolences for her great loss.

Box   261
Fosdick, Harry Emerson, 1922-1947
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; New York, New York.

A stenographic report of address by Mr. Fosdick at a banquet given by the Alumni of Union Technological Seminary, Hotel La Salle, Chicago.

Letters asking monetary help for the Union Seminary, to the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America and to the “Committee of 100.”

Box   261
Fosdick, Raymond B., 1921-1930
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Requests for subscription for the League of Nations news bureau and for accepting position of its vice-presidency.

Invitation to attend the first meeting of the League of Nations Union.

A folder containing a typed copy of the address by Mr. Fosdick before Sunday Evening Club, on the subject “World Court Resolution.”

Request for financial help to Professor Shotwell.

Box   261
Foss, Charlotte, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

A regret note for a luncheon.

Box   261
Fossume, F.L., 1918
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for medical services.

Box   261
Foster, C., 1906
Note

Location: Hull, England.

Letter of thanks for a gift to the children.

Box   261
Foster, C., Mrs., 1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephonic Conversation with Mrs. Blaine's secretary for fixing an appointment with her.

Box   261
Foster, Charles H.W., 1917
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

A marriage invitation.

Box   261
Foster, Douglas, 1906
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Acceptance note for an invitation.

Box   261
Foster, E.H.T.
Note: See also: YMCA International Committee.
Box   261
Foster, E.J., 1898
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asking her to help a girl get her education.

Box   261
Foster, Elizabeth, 1897-1921
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts; Washington, D.C.; Maine.

Thank you notes and personal letters.

Box   261
Foster, F.D., 1891-1892
Note

Location: Bar Harbour, Maine.

Cash receipts for toys.

Box   261
Foster, F. Loring, 1893
Note

Location: Bar Harbour, Maine.

Cash receipt for a wire cot.

Box   261
Foster, Frances, 1945
Note

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado.

A thank you note.

Box   261
Foster, Franklin B., 1908
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asking for financial help.

Box   261
Foster, Ira Judson, 1931
Note

Location: Los Angeles, California.

Request for financial help.

Box   261
Foster, James Hiram, 1935
Note

Location: Harwichport, Massachusetts.

A wedding announcement.

Box   261
Foster, Percival, Mrs., 1932
Note

Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Request for financial help to the American YWCA.

Box   261
Foster, Richard, 1900
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asking her to help in building a school dormitory.

Box   261
Foster, Richard Norman, 1900
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

A wedding announcement.

Box   261
Foster, Stephen A.
Note: See also: Better Government Association.
Box   261
Foster, Stetson, 1892
Note

Location: Bar Harbour, Maine.

Bill for the sale of furniture.

Box   261
Foster, Vancil, 1929
Note

Location: New Mexico.

Asks if he can make Christmas cards for her.

Box   261
Foster, Volney, 1928
Note

Location: Aiken, South Carolina.

A wedding announcement.

Box   261
Foster, Volney William, Mrs. (Ellen Adair O.)
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Acceptance and regret notes for dinners.

Box   261
Foster, William, 1900-1921
Note

Location: Southampton, New York; Chicago, Illinois.

Asking her for the position of a houseman for his cousin and other such letters.

Box   261
Foster, Williams, Mrs., 1909
Note

Location: Hull, England.

A letter about her family matters.

Box   261
Foundation for America, 1951
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for subscription.

Foundation for World Government
Box   261
, 1948
Note

Typed copy of the agreement executed by Mrs. Blaine for the “Anita McCormick Blaine Foundation for World Government,” and other related papers.

See also:

  • Barr, Stringfellow
  • Benedict, Stephen
  • Buchanan, Scott
  • Hutchins, Robert M.
  • Tugwell, Rexford G.
  • Werner, Max
  • Wofford, Harris
  • Bentley, Richard
  • Fiduciary Trust Company, New York
  • Hantzmon, R.G. and Company, 1953 (Audit)
Box   261
, 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; New York, New York.

Minutes of the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th meetings of the Trustees.

An essay on world government and the functions of the Foundation.

A folder containing the agreement between the Donor and the Trustees, the by-laws, and a report of accounts for the Foundation.

Proposals for Amendment of the U.N. Charter.

Box   261
, 1950
Note

Location: New York, New York.

Minutes of the 9th, 10th, and 11th meetings.

Reports and accounts for the period August 1948 to June 1950.

Box   262
, 1951
Note

Location: New York, New York.

Memorandums to the Trustees.

A booklet containing Mr. Barr's broadcast on “Let's Join the Human Race.”

Minutes of the 12th, 13th, and 14th meetings.

Box   262
, 1952-1954
Note

Location: New York, New York.

Minutes of the 16th, 19th, 20th, and 21st meetings.

Memorandums to the Trustees.

Auditor's report.

Box   262
Four-H Club, 1931-1942
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

A poster of the National Committee on Boys and Girls Club Work.

Invitations for attending annual banquets.

Requests for donations and thank you notes.

Annual report of the Clubs for 1937.

Box   262
Fowle, Frank Fuller, Jr., 1948
Note: A regret note for a dinner.
Box   262
Fowle, Frank Fuller, Jr., Mrs. (Elizabeth Sloane Ballard), 1937
Note

Location: Hubbard Woods, Illinois.

An acceptance note for a dinner.

Box   262
Fowler Brothers, 1930
Note

Location: Los Angeles, California.

A cash receipt for the sale of some books to Mrs. Blaine.

Box   262
Fowler, Burton
Note: See also: Progressive Education Association report of meetings, Philadelphia.
Box   262
Fowler, Eldridge M., 1883-1904
Note

Location: Detroit, Michigan; Chicago, Illinois; New York, New York.

Letter addressed to Harold and Stanley advising them to act together for the common good.

Letter to Mrs. Blaine at her wedding and various other letters and telegrams.

A photo of the bust of Mr. Fowler.

Newspapers cuttings of the report of his death.

Box   262
Fowler, Eldridge M., Mrs. (Mary Louise Skinner), 1880
Note

Location: Bay City; New York.

Letter informing Mrs. Blaine about a gift parcel.

Box   262
Fowler, Eldridge M., Mrs. (Kate Grosvenor), 1889
Note

Location: Englewood, New Jersey.

A letter congratulating Mrs. Blaine on her marriage.

Box   262
Fowler, Eldridge M., Mrs. (Margaret Brewer), 1903-1931
Note

Location: New York, New York; Chicago, Illinois; Pasadena, California; Paris; Chino, California.

Various personal and family letters.

Wedding announcement of Kate Grosvenor and a newspaper clipping.

Box   262
Fowlie, Wallace, 1947
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

An essay on “The French Mind and its Literature” / by Mr. Fowlie.

Box   262
Fox, Alice, 1897
Note

Location: York Harbour, Maine.

Invitation for a dinner.

Box   262
Fox, Charles J., 1949
Note

Location: New York.

Telephonic record of the talk with Mrs. Blaine's secretary about possibilities of a meeting with her.

Box   262
Fox, Degrasse, 1893-1897
Note

Location: Bar Harbour, Maine; Philadelphia.

Lease of a house at Bar Harbour.

Box   262
Fox, Frances, Institute, 1918-1924
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Cash receipts for professional treatment.

Box   262
Fox, Frances M., 1899
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Application for working as her secretary.

Box   262
Fox, James, 1916-1917
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Cash receipts for services.

Box   262
Fox, Lewis, 1926
Note: See also:
  • International Students Organization, 1926 February 19
  • “The New Student”
  • “The Open Road”
Box   262
Fox, May, 1916
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

A thank you note for a gift sent by Mrs. Blaine.

Box   262
Fox, Richard T., 1900-1901
Note

Location: New York.

Letters about Street Cleaning in Chicago.

Box   262
Fox, T.M. & J.M., 1908-1914
Note

Location: New York.

Samples of dresses, cash receipts for making dresses for Miss Virginia and related letters.

Box   262
Foye, Cecile, 1891
Language:
A letter in French.
Note: Location: San Francisco, California.
Box   262
Frackelton, S.S., 1916
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requesting Mrs. Blaine to review her book, House Chronicle, and a newspaper clipping.

Box   262
Fradkin, Leon Henry, Mrs.
Note: See also:
  • National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War, 1937 January 26-29
  • Twelfth Annual Conference
Box   262
Framberg, J.W., 1904-1916
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Cash receipts for suits and dresses.

Box   262
Framstad, Helene, 1916
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

A thank you note for flowers.

France Forever
Box   262
, 1941-1943
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Various pamphlets and letters about the work of the France Forever society - established to help France against occupation.

Box   262
, 1944-1948
Note: Various pamphlets and letters, and requests to Mrs. Blaine to renew her membership.
Box   262
France, Republic of, 1938
Language:
Two documents in French.
Note: See also:
  • Henri Bonnet, Ambassador
  • J. Paul Boncour, Delegate to U.N. Conference
  • J.J. Viala, French Consul
Box   262
Frances Juvenile Home Association, 1911-1934
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

A pamphlet describing the Association's work.

Requests for donation and aid.

Box   262
Franche, Wallin, Company, 1901-1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Cash receipts for the sale of dresses and clothes.

Box   262
Francis, Margaret, 1895-1898
Note

Location: Montecito, California.

Various letters pertaining to family affairs.

Box   262
Francis, Mrs., 1899
Note

Location: Grant Works, Illinois.

Request for giving her some money on loan.

Box   262
Francis, Ottilie, 1900-1903
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you notes for gifts sent by Mrs. Blaine.

Box   262
Francis, Ward, 1928
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephonic transcript of conversation with Mrs. Blaine's secretary for the renewal of magazines.

Box   262
Franciscan Fathers, 1921-1937
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephonic transcripts of the talk with Mrs. Blaine's secretary about possibilities of her giving donations.

Box   262
Franciscan Missionaries of Mary, 1913-1947
Note

Location: Providence, Rhode Island.

Requests to buy various articles and bills for the articles purchased. Thank you notes.

Box   262
Francke, Kuno, 1917
Note

Location: New York.

A wedding announcement.

Box   262
Francke, Kuno, Mrs., 1916-1925
Note

Location: Camp Ahwahnee, California; New York; Cambridge.

A letter describing the visit to the west.

A letter condoling the loss her son.

Box   262
Franco-American Auto and Supply Company, 1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Cash receipt for the purchase of two Button Burners by Mrs. Blaine.

Box   262
Francois, Alex, September 4
Note

Location: Geneva, Switzerland.

A marriage invitation.

Box   262
Francois, Modes, 1891
Note

Location: New York.

A cash receipt for a purchase.

Box   262
Frangren, Mrs., 1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Transcript of telephonic conversation with Mrs. Blaine's secretary, the message being “whether Mrs. Houghton could borrow money for her land in California from Mrs. Blaine.”

Box   262
Frank, Mr., 1931
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephonic transcript of talk with Mrs. Blaine's secretary about the possibilities of her buying some English Silver.

Box   262
Frank, A. Richard, 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter asking for an appointment to discuss the financial position of Roosevelt College. Invitation to a luncheon and for a visit to the college.

Box   262
Frank, E.M., 1904-1905
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks for an appointment for Bishop Kozlowski.

Box   262
Frank, Glenn, 1924
Note

Location: New York.

See also:

  • World Alliance for International friendship through the churches (1931 November) 16th annual meeting and good will Congress
  • Chicago Association for Child Study and Parent Education
Box   262
Frank, Glenn, Mrs., 1944
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephonic transcript of talk with Mrs. Blaine's secretary. The message left being if Mrs. Blaine could have a table at a women's pageant.

Box   263
Frank, Henriette G., 1901-1913
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to attend the graduating exercise of the Jewish Training School.

A thank you note for a gift of $25.

Box   263
Frank, H.S., 1936
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Cash receipt for the purchase of a bag.

Box   263
Frank, Ira, 1933-1935
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for professional services.

Box   263
Frank, Jacob, 1910
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Acknowledging receipt of a pamphlet entitled “Harvard Medical School in China.”

Box   263
Frank, L., 1923
Note

Location: New York.

Bill for the sale of a luncheon set.

Box   263
Frank, Lewis C., Jr., 1947-1949
Note

Location: Detroit, Michigan; New York, New York; Boston, Massachusetts.

Labor Day speech of Mr. Wallace.

Letters giving the itinerary of Mr. Wallace

Requests for appointment.

Box   263
Frank, Margaretta, 1898
Note

Location: Greenwood, South Dakota.

Asking her for help.

Box   263
Frank, Robert Worth, 1948-1951
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asking for an appointment.

Telephonic transcript of a talk with Mrs. Blaine's secretary asking her if she was interested in the repair of the building of Virginia Library.

Thank you notes.

Inviting her to join in the rededication ceremony of the Ewing Hall in the McCormick Theological Seminary.

A pamphlet on “World Alliance News Letter.”

Box   263
Frank, Robert Worth, Mrs., 1950
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter expressing happiness at Mrs. Blaine gaining in health.

Box   263
Frankel, Arthur, 1928
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Offers for sale the first (1844) Chicago City Directory.

Box   263
Frankel, H.L., Mrs., 1927
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephonic transcript of talk with the secretary of Mrs. Blaine asking if she would pay $150 to Dr. Will Durant for speaking to the children in the Parker School.

Box   263
Frankenstein and Company, 1927
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephonic transcript of talk with the secretary of Mrs. Blaine asking why she does not divide the property at Lincoln and Grant Place.

Box   263
Frankenthal, Charles E., Mrs., 1921-1934
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requesting Mrs. Blaine to become a patroness and to buy tickets of a benefit show for the Poles.

Telephonic transcripts of talks with her secretary asking her to buy a box for the birthday party for the United States President.

Box   263
Frankenthal, Lester E., 1921
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for medical services.

Box   263
Franklin-Bayer Linen Shop, 1947-1948
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for the purchase of linen and requests to pay the bills.

Box   263
Franklin Desk Company, 1924
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Offering furniture for sale.

Box   263
Franklin, Dwight, Mrs., 1938
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requesting her to buy tickets for the Don Cossack Chorus, a Jewish Organization for the benefit of the B'nai B'rith.

Box   263
Franklin, Pearl, 1947
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter to the secretary of Mrs. Blaine about a pledge made by her to support expenses of four children making a trip to Palestine.

Box   263
Franklin, Walter S., 1933-1945
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Various letters expressing opinion and advice regarding the health and care of Mr. Stanley McCormick.

Box   263
Franklin, Walter S., Mrs., 1935-1947
Note

Location: Goleta, California.

Thank you notes for receiving flowers from Mrs. Blaine.

Box   263
Franks, Oliver, 1948
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Address before the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations about “Britain's part in Europe's Recovery.”

Box   263
Franks, Sarah, 1894-1898
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Inquiring about the alterations required in the corsets sent by Mrs. Blaine to her.

Box   263
Frantzen, Arthur, Company, 1906-1910
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills and cash receipts for electrical wiring work.

Box   263
Franzen, August, 1911
Note

Location: New York, New York.

Letters concerning painting of the portraits of Mr. Blaine.

Box   263
Franzen, E., Mrs., 1923
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

A thank you note for helping her children.

Box   263
Fraser, Floyd, 1926
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wants to talk with Mrs. Blaine, but she is out of city.

Box   263
Fraser, J. Nelson, 1910
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter thanking Mrs. Blaine for introducing him to Mrs. Young.

Box   263
Fraser, John F., 1923
Note

Location: Rye Beach, New Hampshire.

A payment receipt.

Box   263
Fraser and Son, 1927-1930
Note

Location: Pasadena, California.

A report on green house facilities at 1400 Hillcrest.

Map of proposed wall and terrace treatment.

North section, Santa Monica property.

Estimate of expenses for execution of the landscape development for the Santa Monica property.

Cash receipt for the sale of a tractor.

An estimate for landscape improvement of Oak Knoll property.

Box   263
Frazers of Perth, 1939
Note

Location: Perth, Scotland.

Cash receipts for the sale of capes and rugs to Mrs. Blaine.

Box   263
Frazier, Floyd, Mrs., 1912-1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asking Mrs. Blaine if she would agree to serve on a committee of representatives. Citizens to arrange for a dinner to be given in honor of Mrs. Young.

Box   263
Frazier, J.A., 1899
Note

Location: Rockbridge Alum Springs, Virginia.

Informing Mrs. Blaine that the cottages are ready.

Box   263
Frazier, L., 1936
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for $33.

Box   263
Frazier, Lynn J.
Note: See also:
  • Liberal Republican League, 1922
  • Report of Victory Meeting - Boston
Box   263
Frederick, Charlotte, 1949
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Asking Mrs. Blaine's opinion about “Woman for President Platform.”

Box   263
Frederick, Susan Massie Lewis, 1900-1911
Note

Location: Sweet Springs, West Virginia.

Various letters seeking financial help and thanking Mrs. Blaine for her charity in her extreme misery.

Box   263
Fredericks, Baroness, 1929
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you note.

Box   263
Fredericksen, Emilie, 1936
Note

Location: Bygdo, Norway.

Thanking Mrs. Blaine for her help and charity.

Box   263
Free Employment Service of the Air, 1939
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephonic transcripts of talk with Mrs. Blaine's secretary requesting her to buy 100-200 copies of the book I need a job, for the course of unemployed people.

Box   263
Free French War Veterans, 1941
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

A pamphlet about the prisoners of war in German camps.

A request to Mrs. Blaine to buy some tickets for a piano recital in aid of the Free French Relief Fund.

Box   263
Free Hospital for Women, 1927
Note

Location: Brookline, Massachusetts.

Thanking Mrs. Blaine for sending flowers to her.

Box   263
Free World Association, 1941-1944
Note

Location: New York City, New York; Washington, D.C.

Seeking support of Mrs. Blaine for the Association, report on its activities and a descriptive pamphlet.

See also:

  • Del Vayo J. Alvarez
  • Dolivet, Louis
Box   263
Freedom House, 1942-1951
Note

Location: New York, New York.

Various booklets, pamphlets, letters and reports concerning activities of the Freedom House.

See also:

  • Agar, Herbert
  • Kingdon, Frank
Box   263
Freehoff, Solomon B.
Note: See also: Chicago Association for Child Study and Parent Education (1932).
Box   263
Freeland, Eleanor W., 1899
Note

Location: Baltimore, Maryland.

Seeking help of Mrs. Blaine in improving playground facilities for children in Baltimore Schools.

Box   263
Freels, H., 1916
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Enquiring if the property at the north-east corner of Clark Street and Grant Place was for sale.

Box   263
Freeman, Alfred V., 1947
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

A thank you note.

Box   263
Freeman, C.B., 1911-1913
Note

Location: Elmhurst, Illinois.

Bills for the sale of the Chicago Tribune to Mrs. Blaine.

Box   263
Freeman, Charles W., 1921-1923
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Cash receipts for professional services rendered to Mr. Campbell and Mr. Adams.

Box   263
Freeman, E.H., 1926-1933
Note

Location: Bloomingdale, New York.

Bills for the repair of boats.

Descriptive pamphlet about Hackercraft boats.

Box   263
Freeman, Helen, 1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for the professional services rendered to Miss Flora Cooke.

Box   263
Freeman, John Edgar, Mrs., 1916-1943
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

Invitations to “at homes” and to the marriage of her daughter.

Box   263
Freeman, John Edgar, Jr., 1937-1940
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

Acceptance and regret notes for dinner invitations.

Box   263
Freeman, John Newton, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Acceptance note for “tea” with Mrs. Blaine.

Box   263
Freeman, Roxana Pomeroy, 1940
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

A thank you note.

Box   263
Freeman, Russell, 1910-1937
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Mr. Freeman offers for sale some jewelry made especially for the late Fanny Davenport for her performance of Cleopatra.

Mrs. Freeman informs that she will carry on the business after the death of her husband.

Box   263
Freeman, Samuel, 1901
Note

Location: Morristown, New Jersey.

Invitation to the marriage of his daughter.

Box   263
Freeman's Shop, Mrs., 1942
Note

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Bills for the sale of some articles to Mrs. Blaine.

Box   263
Freeman Sweet Company, 1923-1929
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills and cash receipts for electrical installations and repair work.

Box   263
Freer, Archibald, Mrs., 1923
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asking if Mrs. Blaine would buy a box in a boxing bout.

Box   263
Freer, Frederick W.
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Cash receipts for portraits.

Box   263
Freer, Otto T., 1921-1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letters concerning his opinion about the treatment of Mr. Adams.

Box   263
Freese, Robert, 1936 July 16
Note

Location: Taastrup, Denmark.

Letter from former employee telling of intentions to remain in Denmark.

Box   263
Freese, Theodore, 1929-1937
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence from employee.

Box   263
Freese, Theodore, Mrs., 1929-1935
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence from wife of employee.

Box   263
Freiburg, Astrid, 1943 May 24
Note: Receipt for payment from Mary Virginia McCormick Pension Fund.
Box   263
Freiburg Passion Players, 1930
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Reports of interviews with Mr. George W. Kuehl and printed promotional materials for the Chicago appearance of the players.

Box   263
Freidell, Berniece F., 1936 October 19
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Memo requesting appointment and discussing Mrs. Blaine's assistance in distributing copies of President Roosevelt's address at Chautauqua.

Box   263
Freidell, Hugh F., 1930 May and October
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Correspondence including bills for services by doctor to Miss Margaret Gleason, an employee at the Stanley McCormick estate.

Box   263
Fremont-Smith, Frank, Mrs., 1892-1918
Note

Location: St. Augustine, Florida; Bar Harbor, Maine.

Miscellaneous personal social correspondence.

Box   263
Fremont-Smith, Maurice, 1912-1931
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Early correspondence of a usual social nature; later correspondence and telegrams regarding research beginnings in Multiple Sclerosis and Mrs. Blaine's financial support of the studies.

Box   263
French, Bernard S., 1936 June 15
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

Letter from Dr. French to Dr. Margaret Janeway regarding a Mrs. Adams.

Box   263
French Catering Company, 1903 October 15
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter seeking names of prospective employees.

Box   263
French, Charles William, 1908
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note regarding funds needed for Longfellow statue for Washington, D.C.

Box   264
French Club, 1904 April 12
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for appointment for Mrs. Knowles, in charge of the French Theater to discuss views expressed by Mrs. Blaine in the Elementary School Teacher.

Box   264
French, George B., Company, 1927
Note

Location: Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Bill for purchases of dolls and ribbons.

Box   264
French Institute in the United States, 1913-1923
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Correspondence regarding activities and membership dues.

Box   264
French, John, 1934 July 21
Note

Location: Woodstock, Vermont.

Invitation to wedding of daughter, Mary, to Laurence Spelman Rockefeller.

Box   264
French Line, 1938
Note: Various printed matter and notices regarding Mrs. Blaine's trip on the Ile de France, including projected passenger list.
Box   264
French, Mary, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding benefit for Episcopal Home for the Aged, St. Louis, Missouri, and Mrs. Blaine's serving as Patroness.

Box   264
French, W.H., 1917 June 6
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for 5,000 copies of President Wilson's War Message for distribution through schools of Oak Park and River Forest.

Box   264
French, William M.R., 1905-1911
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence from the Director of the Art Institute of Chicago generally in regarding Central Howard Association to aid discharged prisoners.

Box   264
Fret, Emile, 1915 April 16
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Application for job as chauffeur.

Box   264
Fretts, Christine, 1900 October 21
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter offering farm for sale.

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Freund, Ernst, 1920 July 4
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter asking Mrs. Blaine to renew her contribution to the Immigrant Protective League.

See also: School for Political Education for Women, 1920 February 19-20.

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Freund, Ernst, Mrs., 1936 November 30
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to a tea dance.

Box   264
Friant-Barreiros, 1887
Note

Location: Paris, France.

Receipted bill for clothing purchase.

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Fribance, M.W., 1925, 1940
Note

Location: Upper St. Regis, New York.

Bills for service.

Box   264
Frick, Donald Jackson, 1930-1949
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Note

Location: Los Angeles, California.

Correspondence with doctor regarding various patients including Mary Virginia McCormick.

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Frick, Donald Jackson, Mrs., 1931-1941
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Personal notes, notes of thanks and Christmas cards.

Box   264
Frick, Donald Jackson, Jr., 1944-1952
Note

Location: Los Angeles, California.

Letters and bills relative to care of Mrs. Ruth Loftus and Miss Grace Walker.

Box   264
Frick, K.G., 1907-1911
Note

Location: Ogunquit, Maine.

Telegram and two letters about care of house and property.

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Frick, Margaret J., Mrs., 1931-1934
Note

Location: Redondo Beach, California.

Note of thanks for roses and clipping about her death, 1934 April 12.

Box   264
Friday Club, 1887-1953
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Constitution and by-laws, 1887. Tickets, letters, and notices about club meetings and administration, 1890-1953. Typescript of address by Mrs. Blaine about Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.

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Fried, Albert O., 1911
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter from a young man seeking aid to attend the Colorado School of Mines.

Box   264
Friends Academy, 1911-1913
Note

Location: Bloomingdale, Indiana.

Letters, articles, and reports about the financial and educational problems of a rural private high school. Mrs. Caroline M. Hill, the principal sought and gained several thousand dollars from Mrs. Blaine.

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Friends of American Art, 1910-1917
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Mrs. Blaine was appointed one of the members of the women's advisory committee to this subsidiary of the Art Institute of Chicago. The frequent letters deal with the group's meetings, the hanging of new painting and the payment of her annual subscription ($200 annually for five years).

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Friends of American Society (India), 1949
Note

Location: Jullundur City, India.

Letter expressing the society's appreciation of the United States and its recent kindness to the visiting Indian premier.

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Friends of Belgium, 1923
Note

Location: New York.

Speech by the Belgian Ambassador, Baron E. de Cartier at the Fiftieth Anniversary of “The Northwestern Miller.” Brochure entitled “Friends of Belgium,” describing the founding of the society.

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Friends of Democracy, 1940-1949
Note

Location: New York, New York.

This non-sectarian, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization worked primarily to fight the isolationist and fascist elements in America. The groups correspondence, its publicity releases, and pamphlets describe its past efforts (e.g. fighting Father Coughlin off the airwaves), its present activities, and hopes during and long after the war. Mrs. Blaine's connections with the group seems limited to a few small and unmentioned contributions.

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Friends of Europe, 1940
Note

Location: London, England.

An appeal from supporters of this information service on the activities of Nazi Germany for money for its editor.

Box   264
Friends of Mercy, 1947-1948
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Mrs. Blaine was selected as one of a large committee of citizens (who were expected to contribute) for the expansion of Chicago's Mercy Hospital. During 1948 the repeated telephone memos indicate she did not contribute as expected.

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Friends of Music, 1933
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Three telephone memos from an organization Mrs. Blaine had told to call on her. They never found her in.

Box   265
Friendship Center, 1920-1928
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letters from this group, seeking to build a social center in south Chicago and in need of funds.

Box   265
Frisbee Brothers, 1913
Note

Location: Kittery Point, Maine.

Bills for months of August and September for groceries and provisions.

Box   265
Frisco, Frankie
Note: See also: Veteran Boxer's Association.
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Fristedt, Blenda, 1941-1943
Note

Location: Los Angeles, California.

Two notes of thanks and a receipt for gifts and pension money for domestic servant.

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Fritz, Henry, 1903-1939
Note

Location: Elmhurst, Illinois.

Grocery and meat bills.

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Fritz, W.E., 1906
Note

Location: Reading, Pennsylvania.

Long letter from impoverished farmer seeking the last portion of the money he was borrowing in order to buy an engine to power his sawmill, and thereby redeem his fortune.

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Frontier Nursing Service Inc., 1931-1951
Note

Location: Lexington, Kentucky.

Cards and advertisements for the support of this nursing service for America's hinterlands. Pamphlet, A Frontier Nurse Speaks Out, in which the organization's president calls for “union now” (1940). Letter from this woman, Mary Brekenridge, asking Mrs. Blaine about her work with the World Federalists (1946).

See also: Fernald.

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Friedbach, Mr., 1917
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memo about his attempt to reach Mrs. Blaine.

Box   265
Friedberg, Stanton A., 1946-1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Doctor's bills for attendance of Mrs. Blaine and of Flora Cooke.

Box   265
Friedel, Robert W., 1917
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter from picture framer seeking trade.

Box   265
Friedman, Herbert J., 1914-1928
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

See also: The Nation Club of Chicago, 1928 May 16, Anniversary dinner.

Letters and memos about meeting of anti-war advocates, 1916. Letters about entering his children in the Francis Parker School and about raising $100,000 as an endowment fund in honor of Flora Cooke, 1926, 1928. Request for $100.00 to further the work of the Selective Service Association, 1918.

Box   265
Friedman, I.M., 1911
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for signs and pictures framed for the Child Welfare Exhibit.

Box   265
Friedman, Oscar J., 1913-1917
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills and letters from a florist.

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Friend, A.A., Mrs., 1901
Note

Location: Springvale, Maine.

Letter from the wife of a reputable businessman, and friend of McCormick's asking Mrs. Blaine for a loan of three thousand dollars.

Box   265
Friendly Aid Society, 1907-1922
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitations to charity balls.

Box   265
Friendly Relations Among Foreign Students, 1934
Note

Location: New York, New York.

Request for donation.

Box   265
Frost, Edward W., 1923-1924
Note

Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Three letters and a telegram about the activities of the Association for the League of Nations; two only mention an interview between the writer and Mrs. Blaine.

Box   265
Frost, Edwin B., 1927
Note

Location: Williams Bay, Wisconsin.

Letter and pamphlet in answer to Mrs. Blaine's request that Stanley McCormick be allowed to see the University of Chicago Observatory.

Box   265
Frost and Granger, 1904
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Architects' bill for work on an underwriter's lab.

Box   265
Fruckelton, S.S., Mrs., 1919
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Personal letter of thanks for patronage from photographer.

Box   265
Fruit Ridge Orchard Company, 1908
Note

Location: Evansville, Indiana.

Letter advertising stock in an orchard company in Tennessee.

Box   265
Fruit Shop, 1913-1917
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills from retailer of fresh fruits and vegetables.

Box   265
Fry, M., Company, 1911-1917
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills from office supply house.

Box   265
Fryberger, H.E., 1914
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter and fuller report discussing the state of the properties of one Wallace Campbell.

Box   265
Frye, J.W., and Son, 1915
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Bills for plumbing repair work.

Box   265
Fuchs, Albert, 1900
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill from florist.

Box   265
Fuchs, Julius, 1892
Note

Location: Berlin, Germany.

Note of condolence at husband's death and cards from his art guiding business advertisements.

Box   265
Fuchs, Professor, 1889
Note

Location: New York, New York.

Telegram of best wishes at wedding.

Box   265
Fuge, M., Mrs., undated
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Three bills for luncheon.

Box   265
Fugh, Philip, 1931
Note

Location: Peiping, China.

Letter and telephone memo about this officer of The Chinese Cultural and Economic Institute and his attempt to see Mrs. Blaine while in Chicago.

Box   265
Fuher-Robertson, J., 1914
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Personal note.

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Fuller, Frank Revilo, Mrs. (Laura Hayes), 1901-1911, 1949
Note: Three long letters about the difficulties arising in the carette service for the Chicago School of Education school. Social notes. Reminder of the meeting of the Winnetka Women's Democratic Club (1949).
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Fuller, George W., 1904
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter of recommendation for George A. Johnson seeking position of Chief Sanitary Engineer in the Health Department of Chicago.

Box   265
Fuller, Le Roy Walker, 1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to marriage of daughter, Dorothy.

Box   265
Fuller, Melville W., 1900
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

Invitation to marriage of daughter, Jane.

Box   265
Fuller and Smith, 1922
Note

Location: Cleveland, Ohio.

Letter from advertising company's research division asking Mrs. Blaine's opinion of the worth of Economics for the career of a businessman.

Box   265
Fuller, William A., 1901
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter explaining his decision not to contribute to the charity she suggested for he was engaged in supporting a home for delinquent boys.

Box   265
Fullum, Frank, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter from an unemployed chauffeur, seeking a position or help of some nature.

Box   265
Fulton, Darrow Bruce, Mrs., 1946
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Card invitation to party.

Box   265
Fung, Hin Lin, 1916
Note

Location: Canton, China.

Letter from Chinese mission? high school educator speaking of his dreams and of his recent visit with Mrs. Blaine.

Box   265
Funk, Kurt, Mrs., 1949
Note

Location: Michigan City, Indiana.

Letter from a local American Indian seeking an appointment and wondering whether she will be admitted.

Box   265
Funkhouser, Mr., 1924-1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two telephone memos; the first arranging a meeting with one of the local Democratic party officials and the second about her acceptance of position on Advisory Board of the Woodrow Wilson Committee.

Box   265
Furbeck, Carl, Mrs., 1914
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memo; would Mrs. Blaine buy a box and allow her name to be used at a rally for Miss Marion Drake for alderman.

Box   265
Furey, Warren W., 1950-1951
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for X-rays.

Box   265
Furlong, Charles Wellington, 1917, 1920
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Letters from a public lecturer seeking engagements at the Chicago Institute.

Box   265
Furlong, Paul, 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memo; he wanted to talk privately about “something of great importance to me and no importance to her whatever.”

Box   265
Furlong, Thomas E., 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter from a detective agency seeking business.

Box   265
Furlow, Jennie, 1947
Note

Location: San Antonio, Texas.

Letter from the Texas Cradle Society director asking Mrs. Blaine to take a personal interest in a young girl, Miss Deal de Ann Carroll, just then arriving in Chicago.

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Furman, John M., 1903
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Memo of interview with the visiting headmaster of Irving School, who was investigating applicants for his school. Mrs. Blaine had written for one.

Box   265
Furman, Katherine, 1917
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Application for work as domestic servants by a mother and daughter.

Box   265
Furness, S., 1896
Note

Location: New York, New York.

Note of thanks for loan of photograph of Emmons Sr.

Box   265
Fursman, Ida L.M., Mrs., 1921
Note: See also: Municipal Voters League, 1921 March 18?. Report of mass meeting against spoils system, etc.
Box   265
Furst, Adele, 1910, 1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two notes accepting invitations, one of which was to the “Senior Class Supper.”

Box   265
Furst, Edward Arnold, 1901, 1907, 1913
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note expressing intention to send one child to a North Side school connected with the School of Education. Two invitations to parties. One invitation to marriage of daughter, Laurenza.

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Furst, Edward Arnold, Mrs., 1910
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation.

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Furst, Laurenza, 1909-1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitations, notes accepting and regretting invitations for Francis Parker senior class' annual dinner, and a letter to Mrs. Blaine about distributing the flowers the older woman bought for shut-ins.

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Furuseth, Andrew, 1931
Note: See also: Progressive Conference, 1931 March 11-12.
Box   265
Futterer, Gustav, 1901-1902, 1910
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note about sending a child to Chicago University's North Side School. Note to Flora Cooke about child's absence and withdrawal from school. Note of thanks to Mrs. Blaine for sending her the pamphlet The Harvard Medical School in China.

Box   265
Fyfe, L. Helen, 1911-1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Notes and pamphlets from women seeking financial support for her college of idealism to be founded in Chicago.

Box   265
Fyffe, Colin, 1906, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter about the Home for Destitute Crippled Children. Speech (draft) about the Workmen's Compensation Act, and accompanying letter. Acceptance of invitation.