Anita McCormick Blaine Correspondence and Papers, 1828-1958

Subseries: G
Box   265
Gabbert, Paul, Mrs., 1924
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Thanks for the gift of money to help her son finish high school. Benefactors included Cyrus and Harold.

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Gabel, Julia, 1938
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of thanks for the book, The Prophet.

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Gabler, Nellie H., 1926
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Nurse's statement.

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Gade, F. Herman, 1906-1907, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Post card, letter introducing a domestic servant and a Christmas card from the Norwegian consul to Chicago.

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Gads Hill Center, 1901, 1909 1913
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter from twine mill luncheon room secretary mentioning participation in Gads Hill, 1901. Numerous letters from various representatives of the settlement house lauding its work and seeking financial help, 1909-1913. Also several pamphlets. A large report “Data Bearing Upon Gads Hill Center Building” / compiled by Frank Blessing, November 1913.

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Gaertner, William, and Company, 1910
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Three letters about optical equipment for the Francis W. Parker School.

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Gaffney, Matthew Page, 1939
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

Note regretting inability to attend meeting of World Citizens Association.

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Gaffney, Matthew Page, Mrs. (Laura Clarke), 1938
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

Note regretting their inability to hear Mr. Madariaga and Mr. Wright speak concerning the World Foundation.

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Gagliardi, Rose, 1921
Note

Location: Milford, Massachusetts.

Letter stating that Mrs. Blaine had agreed to pay train fare for Miss Gagliardi and her sister on a trip to meet Mrs. Blaine.

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Gahagan, Helen, 1943
Note: See also: Norris, George, 1943 February 12. Testimonial dinner.
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Gahne, Lars T., 1939
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Gahne, a crusader and would be writer of a book in the virtues of manual labor and simple life included three of his letters to the editor (of the Chicago Daily News), which he never mailed in a later letter to Mrs. Blaine seeking financial aid.

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Gaidzik, E., 1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for a copy of the report, “School Investigation.”

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Gailmor, William, 1949
Note

Location: Ossining, New York.

Telegram from Tel Aviv, Israel about the Henry Wallace High School and Children's Village in which he felt she had shown considerable interest. Full sheet of paper with his New York address and phone number.

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Gaines, Frank Pendleton, 1931-1951
Note

Location: Lexington, Virginia.

Pendelton, the President of Washington and Lee University to which Cyrus Hall McCormick had made a considerable contribution, corresponded, by letter and telegram, with Mrs. Blaine on numerous occasions. Besides Christmas greetings and letters accompanying souvenirs of programs honoring the McCormick family's contributions, the file contains a number of letters during and after the war dealing with Mrs. Blaine's national and international political views.

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Gaines, Frank Pendleton, Mrs. (Sadie Duvergne R.), 1933-1939
Note

Location: Lexington, Virginia.

A few letters and many telegrams largely dealing with thanks for Easter and Christmas gifts, with the President's family's increasing devotion to Mrs. Blaine.

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Galbraith, Louise L., 1937-1938
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two notes of acceptance for the Blaine's New Year's Eve party.

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Galbraith, T.B., 1904-1912
Note

Location: Elmhurst, Illinois.

Bills from a veterinary surgeon and dentist.

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Gale, Burton Lewis, Jr., 1951
Note

Location: Buffalo, New York.

Invitation to marriage of daughter, Louise.

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Gale, Edward Chenery
Note

Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota.

See also: United Nations Association Congress. Proceedings.

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Gale, Miram Grosvenor, 1932
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of thanks from wife of teacher at the Francis Parker School for gift of tickets to When Chicago Was Young.

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Galewood Coal Company, 1951
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for coal.

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Galey, William D., III, 1939
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note declining invitation to New Year's Eve party.

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Galgay, The Florist, 1926
Note

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Two bills for flowers for funeral wreath for Miss Lee.

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Galin, Helene, 1939-1940
Note

Location: London, England.

Letters, telegrams, and bills from a Polish dressmaker established in London. Most deal with the clothing she was making for Mrs. Blaine. In the letters, however, she voices her personal reactions to the just completed German and Russian occupation of Poland, and to German national character.

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Galitzi, Christine, 1933
Note: See also: National Council of Women, 1933 July 19-20. International Congress of Women.
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Gall and Gilchrist, 1892
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for Emmons Blaine's grave stone.

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Gall Monument Company, 1939
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter from a later Gall about a proposed headstone for Leander J. McCormick.

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Gallagher, Elizabeth H., 1901
Note

Location: West Chester, Pennsylvania.

Letter asking for a personal loan of $350 in order that she might continue her work in normal school.

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Gallert, M. and Company, 1891
Note

Location: Bar Harbor, Maine.

Bills from a dry goods store.

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Gallie, Donald Mackay, 1917-1921
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for dental work for Mrs. J.W. Adams.

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Galloway, W.K., Mrs. (Fanny M.D.), 1900
Note

Location: Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

Letter from representative of the Wisconsin State Federation of Women's Clubs asking about her views on the education of domestic servants through the use of a traveling library.

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Galloway, William Marshall, 1948
Note

Location: Evanston, Illinois.

Announcement of marriage of daughter, Jean.

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Gallup, Albert, 1887, 1889
Note

Location: New York, New York.

Four letters from a (possible) suitor; religion and Henry George's theories receive mention in these notes.

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Gallup, Benjamin Ela, Mrs., 1911, 1920
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois(?).

Two cards of invitation; both to parties.

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Gallup, S.C., Saddlery Company, 1908
Note

Location: Pueblo, Colorado.

Letter from a saddlery company about their catalog.

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Gallwey, W.E.W., 1894-1898
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

His four letters deal with the growth and maintenance of the Clybourn Avenue Social Settlement. The initial letter seems to have been in answer to Mrs. Blaine's explanation to him of her mother's interest in the work. Subsequent letters describe and appeal for funds to continue the work. The last letter calls for help to close up the settlement.

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Galt, Hubert, 1932
Note

Location: Tucson, Arizona.

Invitation to the marriage of daughter, Elizabeth.

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Galt, Madeleine, 1911
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two photographs and an article from the Chicago Tribune on the subject of Mrs. Preetorius and her “shadow dance.”

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Galt, Raymond M., 1938-1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Three notes accepting or declining invitations to the Blaines' New Year's Eve Party.

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Galvin, Thomas F., Inc., 1913-1949
Physical Description: 5 folders 
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts; New York.

Letters, lists and bills for Mrs. Blaine frequent and widespread sending of flowers on many occasions: weddings, funerals, Christmas, Easter, etc.

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Galvin, Thomas F., Jr., 1922-1928
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Letters acknowledging orders of “especially fine flowers” ordered from the firm the Galvins, both Sr. and Jr., established after leaving Galvin Inc.

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Gamble Hinged Music Company, 1914
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter about company's potential and advisability of investing in it.

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Gander, Thomas, and Son, 1916
Note

Location: Toronto, Canada.

Bill for plastering at (Oaklands).

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Gannon, John, 1907
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for grading and sodding at 344 East Eire.

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Gannon, Thomas J., 1913-1921
Note

Location: New York, New York.

Letters and reports about rare books offered by this collector, including medieval manuscripts, a manuscript copy of a poem by Thomas Hardy and various French, English and American published works of considerable market value.

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Gansbergen, F.H., 1901, 1910-1911
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letters from an attorney discussing work in connection with the Francis Parker School. Two other later letters deal with property.

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Gansbergen, F.H., Mrs., 1901-1902
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letters about entering her son in the Chicago Institute. Two notes to Miss Cooke about work of school.

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Gansbergen, Frederick, 1910
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note accepting the invitation of the senior class.

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Gansbergen, Gladys, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note accepting the invitation of the senior class.

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Ganse, Emma Vaughan, 1898-1939
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letters, telegrams, and bills indicating that Miss Ganse did the household purchasing, including purchasing Christmas gifts for the domestic servants in 1899 and 1900. Most of her correspondence deals with her activities as nurse? and purchasing agent for the Mary Virginia McCormick household from 1899 to 1912. The correspondence touches on many of the McCormick and Blaine social and philanthropic interests.

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Ganz, Rudolph, 1937
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter from Rudolph Ganz, a pianist, and an accompanying bill for tuition of Miss Evdashin's music study at the Chicago Musical College.

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Gaper, John B., Catering Company, 1923
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for 30 cents.

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Garabedyan, H. Der, 1930
Note

Location: Detroit, Michigan.

Letter to Professor K.H. Kalousdian of New York, a countryman of Garabedyan, apparently in answer to the formers request for biographical information to put in a book, apparently on Armenians? in this country.

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Garat, Juanita, 1949
Note

Location: Riverside, California.

Letter commenting on Mrs. Blaine's activities in response to the article appearing in Time, May 16, 1949. The bulk of the letter is a plea for the support of the newly established San Gabriel College.

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Garben, Charles, Baking Company, 1908-1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for bread and baked goods.

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Garben and Groll Company, 1887-1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for “Fancy Cakes, Ice Creams, Fruit Ices, etc.”

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Garcelon, Frances, 1902-1903
Note

Location: Lewiston, Maine.

Three letters about the work of the Lewiston Social Settlement and its financial needs.

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Garcia, Mr., 1924
Note

Location: Mexico.

See also: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1924 May 19-31.

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Garden City Oil Company, 1917-1918
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for gasoline.

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Garden City Shade Company, 1903
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for cleaning shades.

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Garden City Spring Works, 1908
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for hardware.

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Garden City Towel Supply Company, 1928
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Memos of interviews with Mr. Ivan Haas who called about towel service for their proposed move to the Farwell building.

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Garden Club of Illinois, 1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter requesting the right to use her name as a patroness of their annual flower show.

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Gardiner, E.J., 1906
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Short letter and long report on the conditions indicative of incipient cross-eyedness and the results and means of correction. Made by an ophthalmologist to the Chicago Board of Education in hopes of promoting better resting at early school age.

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Gardiner, Florence J., 1897-1899
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Three letters from the head of the Cook County Normal School boarding department about the character and doings of one Maurice Murphy, an ill-mannered and apparently dishonest protégée of Mrs. Blaine.

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Gardiner, J.H., 1911
Note

Location: Gardiner, Maine.

Letter about establishing a scholarship for student graduated from state college of agriculture to continue his studies at Harvard University.

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Gardiner, Robert, Hallowell, 1901-1902, 1908
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Letter from the Treasurer of the Consumer's League of Massachusetts discussing its work and requesting a small donation ($25-50). Letter answering her “kind note.” Invitation to the marriage of daughter, Alice.

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Gardiner, Robert Hallowell, Mrs., 1934
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Invitation to tea.

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Gardiner, William Tudor, Mrs., 1934
Note

Location: Augusta, Maine.

Letter of recommendation for Miss Florence L. Robinson, who was applying for a position at the Francis Parker School.

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Gardiner, C. Smith, 1926
Note

Location: New York, New York.

Letter and two bills for photographs.

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Gardner, Emma Louise, 1908
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter recommending a gifted dramatic reader (no name given save that of the letter writer who may have been speaking of herself the entire time) seeking work in Chicago.

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Gardner, Gail, 1931-1942
Note

Location: New York, New York.

Correspondence from the co-owner of a camp on Upper St. Regis Lake in New York. Two topics pervade the letters. Did Mrs. Blaine know of any likely renters or buyers for their property? Would Mrs. Blaine come to their musicales (Miss Gardner was associate director of the Ruth Doing School in New York)?

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Gardner, James L., 1925
Note

Location: Louisville, Kentucky.

Telegrams and letters from the manager of the Louisville office of McCormick Harvester, negotiating the advance of $575 to Dr. William Hazlett (no reason given).

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Gardner, L.U., 1926-1929
Note

Location: Saranac Lake, New York.

Doctor's bills for examination of the Blaines' camp's water supply.

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Gardner, Ludelia Smith, 1943
Note

Location: Pasadena, California.

Letter of thanks and receipt for payment of Pension Fund benefit to another of Mary Virginia McCormick's household entourage.

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Gardner, Mary, 1937-1939
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Three notes declining the Blaine's invitation for New Year's Eve.

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Gardner, Paul E., 1924
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two letters about Mrs. Blaine's contribution to the campaign funds of a Colonel Albert Sprague.

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Gardner, Robert A., 1928, 1941
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Letter calling for her continued support of the Playground and Recreation Association of America. Invitation to visit home. Invitation to marriage of daughter, Mary.

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Garfield, Abram, 1931
Note

Location: Cleveland, Ohio.

Wedding invitation.

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Garfield Flower Shop, 1931
Note

Location: Los Angeles, California.

Bills for flowers.

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Garfield, Helen Newell, 1901
Note

Location: Rye Leach, New Hampshire.

Letter regarding the hiring of a Mr. Beaching for a tutor.

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Garfield, James A., 1881
Note

Location: Kennebec, Maine.

Newspaper clipping, card concerning last rites for President Garfield.

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Garfield, James Rudolph, 1914, 1929
Note

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts; Mentor, Ohio.

Thank you note for invitation, wedding invitation.

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Garfield, James Rudolph, Mrs., 1900
Note: Accepts luncheon invitation.
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Garfield, Zalmn H.
Note: See also: Progressive Party.
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Garland, Hamlin, 1912, 1939, 1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; Hollywood, California.

1912: Declines invitation.
1939: Discussion of Garland's book on “psychic research.”
1940: Obituary clippings from Chicago Tribune, March 5.

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Garland, Mary Tudor, Mrs., 1920
Note: See also: Labor party, convention, 1920 July 12.
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Garner, F.V., 1906-1915
Note

Location: Lombard, Illinois.

Bills for eggs and fruit.

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Garner, George R., Jr., 1925-1933
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Singer asks Mrs. Blaine's help in studying abroad. Letters, clippings, etc. regarding performances for Mrs. Blaine and others.

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Garner, George R., Jr., Mrs., 1926
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks Mrs. Blaine to attend concert by husband with Chicago Symphony.

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Garner, James W., 1920, 1924-1925
Note

Location: Urbana, Illinois.

Letter thanking Mrs. Blaine for stenographic copy of address to Chicago Council on Foreign Relations.

See also:

  • School for Political Education for Women, 1920 February 19-26
  • Report of Conference on Economic Aspects of International Affairs, Illinois League of Women Voters, 1924 April 12
  • Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, 1925 March 21
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Garner, Ruth, 1946
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Personal note to arrange meeting.

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Garner Ventilating Company, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter proposing work, bills.

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Garnett, Isabella M., 1914
Note

Location: Evanston, Illinois.

Personal note.

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Garnett, James Maxwell, 1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Copy of address before the League of Nations Non-Partisan Association, City Club, Chicago, 1925 November 25.

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Garnett, J.B., Company, 1934
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Bill for “netting.”

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Garrett, E. Truman, 1946
Note

Location: Zion, Illinois.

Man who purchased auto with monogram “NFMcC” asks aid in establishing title.

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Garrett, Robert, 1912-1913, 1924, 1931-1940
Note

Location: Upper St. Regis, New York; Baltimore, Maryland.

Appeals for aid for the St. Regis Presbyterian Church; request for information on the whereabouts of A.A. Brownlee; personal notes and greetings; wedding invitations; appeal for aid for Princeton project to study the Near East (1945).

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Garrett, Robert, Mrs. (Katharine Barker), 1929-1941
Note

Location: Upper St. Regis, New York; Baltimore, Maryland.

Personal notes regarding invitations, exchanges of greetings, gifts, etc.

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Garrett, T. Harrison, Mrs., 1893, 1908
Note

Location: Rocheport, Massachusetts; Baltimore, Maryland.

Notes regarding rental of summer camp, cottage.

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Garrigan, Robert E., 1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memo, seeks to arrange meeting.

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Garrison, Elisha Ely, Mrs., 1935
Note

Location: Greenwich, Connecticut.

Wedding announcement.

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Garrison, Isobel Inez, 1906
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks to see Mrs. Blaine concerning the out-of-school instruction of children.

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Garrison, Joy Pendleton, 1937-1938, 1943
Note

Location: Vernon, Arizona; Poughkeepsie, New York.

1937-1938: Letters concerning summers at Arizona ranch.
1943: Invitation to graduation from Vassar College.

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Garrison, Kenneth N., 1949
Note

Location: St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.

Asks Mrs. Blaine to invest in hotel.

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Garrison, Lloyd K., 1935-1941
Note

Location: Madison, Wisconsin.

Telegram declining invitation to a conference (1941).

See also: Bryn Mawr College Amumnae Dinner, 1935 January 11.

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Garrison, Louis Thompson, 1938
Note: Thanks Mrs. Blaine for kindness to daughter, Joy.
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Garsha, Belle Silvera
Note: See also: Silvera, Belle.
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Garth, William LeRoy, 1938
Note

Location: La Jolla, California.

Wedding announcement.

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Garvin, Geraldine, 1943
Note

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Thanks Mrs. Blaine for generosity.

Box   267
Gary, Elbert H., 1924
Note

Location: New York.

Asks Mrs. Blaine for contribution to Northwestern University.

Box   267
Gary Public Schools, 1914
Note

Location: Gary, Indiana.

Note advising Mrs. Blaine that printed matter has been mailed.

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Gas Consumers Association, 1911
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Attempts to sell Mrs. Blaine a small appliance to cheapen gas bills.

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Gas Engine and Power Company and Charles L. Seabury and Company, 1912
Note

Location: New York.

Letters, telegrams regarding hiring of engineer for launch at St. Regis Lake, New York, for summer.

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Gaskell, Augusta, 1917
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks Mrs. Blaine to help finance spread of her philosophy of “involution.”

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Gaskill, Mr., 1932
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

See also: National Conference for Reduction of Government Expenditures, Chicago Association of Commerce, 1932 June 2-3.

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Gaskill, Walter Wagner, 1949
Note

Location: New York.

Wedding invitation.

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Gassner, Jerome, 1941
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; Collegeville, Minnesota.

Telephone memos regarding meetings with man named Otto for formation of a committee whose purpose was unnamed. Letter regarding rights of Austrians in the United States.

Box   267
Gaston, Lucy Page, 1899-1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requests for Mrs. Blaine's aid to the Anti-Cigarette League.

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Gatchell, Helen Converse, 1936
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks Mrs. Blaine to speak to Chicago chapter of Association of Business and Professional Women.

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Gate, Arthur, 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

See also: World Peace Meetings of the Chicago Chapter of the Arts, Sciences and Professional Council, 1949 April 6.

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Gates, Catharine DeMotte, 1946
Note

Location: Jacksonville, Illinois.

Wedding announcement.

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Gates, Don S., and David A. Kelley, 1949
Note

Location: New York.

Ask Mrs. Blaine to invest as inactive partner in decorating firm.

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Gates, L.A., Mrs., 1901
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Asks for money.

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Gates, Mary F.G., 1901
Note

Location: Kansas City, Missouri.

Asks for money to buy sewing machine.

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Gatewood, Lee C., 1917-1950
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letters, telephone memos, bills for medical services to Mrs. Blaine, others. A number of personal letters to Mrs. Blaine on her health.

See also: Campbell, Roth.

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Gatewood, Lee C., Mrs., 1927, 1931
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you notes for flowers.

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Gatewood, Wesley E., 1916
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you note for rift

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Gatliff, James Blaine, Mrs., 1948
Note

Location: Williamsburg, Kentucky.

Asks Mrs. Blaine to give to Williamsburg, Junior College.

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Gatlin and Hill, 1949
Note

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana.

Lawyer representing African American taxi-cab drivers in New Orleans. Claims clients are discriminated against by bonding ordinance of the city and asks Mrs. Blaine's help in posting insurance bond.

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Gatterdam, Eugene A., 1941-1942
Note

Location: Phoenix, Arizona.

Doctor's bills for services to Mrs. E.M. Clough.

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Gattie, A.W., 1914
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Tries to interest Mrs. Blaine in railway terminal scheme.

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Gattis, Gay, 1937
Note: Progressive Education Association Conference, 1937 October 28-30.
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Gatzert Company, 1929
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memo. Tries to interest Mrs. Blaine in purchase of “assessment bonds.”

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Gaul, James E., Mrs., 1901
Note

Location: Ionia, Michigan.

Asks Mrs. Blaine's help in founding home for elderly women.

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Gault, L.B., 1889
Note

Location: St. Paul, Minnesota.

Wedding announcement.

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Gaupp, Professor Dr., 1911
Note

Location: Tubingen, Germany.

Asks Mrs. Blaine to help arrange concerts for the wife of a friend who is coming to America.

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Gavin, P.A., 1930
Note

Location: Omaha, Nebraska.

Thanks Mrs. Blaine for gift. Sends Christmas greetings.

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Gavit, Joseph, 1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Accepts invitation of “the Senior Class.”

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Gavrilovic, Stoyan, 1945
Note

Location: San Francisco, California.

Yugoslav delegate to. United Nations conference. Thanks Mrs. Blaine for messages.

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Gawne, William Company, 1932
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Plumbing and heating contractors. Bill.

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Gaze, Harry, 1920 March 16-17
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two lecture transcripts:

  • “Concentration and the Subconscious Mind,” 1920 March 16
  • “The Scientific Foundation of Healing,” 1920 March 17.
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Gazette and Telegraph Company, 1944
Note

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Two bills for want ads.

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Gearson, Frances Lee, 1945
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Personal note.

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Gebbie, Gertrude, 1925 February 20
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter of appreciation.

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Geddes, Patrick, 1900-1908
Note

Location: Edinburgh, Scotland.

Miscellaneous correspondence regarding Colonel Parker, Stephen Haweis. Copy of French newspaper, Le Figaro, 1900 November 22.

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Geddes, Patrick, Mrs., 1900
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Personal note.

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Geertz, Martin, 1915
Note

Location: Lexington, Kentucky.

Announcement of marriage of daughter, Louise, to Arthur G. Merrill.

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Geiger, Alderman, 1915 April 1
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter for reelection.

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Geiger, Elizabeth, 1940 December
Note

Location: Poughkeepsie, New York.

Picture postcard and personal reference.

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Geiger, Minnie, 1900 April 9
Note

Location: Salina, Kansas.

Request for aid in obtaining employment.

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Geiger, Mr., 1945
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two telephone memos regarding lease of property.

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Geiser Office Furniture Company, 1945
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for purchase of desk.

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General Acoustic Company, 1911-1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipted bills for purchases of acoustic devices for Mrs. McCormick.

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General Committee on the Limitation of Armament, 1921
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

Correspondence regarding election to General Committee and miscellaneous matters.

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General Federation of Women's Clubs, 1931
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence and printed matter regarding world disarmament and child labor legislation.

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General Foot Hospital, 1930
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for financial support.

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General Hospital of Saranac Lake, 1928 May 16
Note

Location: Saranac Lake, New York.

Request for contribution.

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General Motors Acceptance Corporation, 1937
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for information regarding an employee of Mrs. Blaine.

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General Outdoor Advertising Company, 1932, 1945
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two letters regarding billboards on property.

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Geneva Research Information Committee, 1930
Note

Location: Geneva, Switzerland.

Printed matter including:

  • “The League of Nations in Review,” Volume II, No. 4-5
  • “The Covenant and the Pact,” Geneva Special Studies, Volume I, No. 9
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Geneva School of International Studies, 1927, 1931
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence and printed matter soliciting financial support.

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Genn, Lillian G., 1948
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Letter of criticism for naming Henry Wallace a trustee of the World Government Foundation.

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Gentry, Elizabeth, 1910
Note

Location: Kansas City, Missouri.

Invitations to address DAR on “Civics and Philanthropy.”

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Geny, O., 1922
Note

Location: Nashville, Tennessee.

Letter of recommendation for prospective employee.

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Geographic Publishing Company, 1941
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memo regarding new world atlas.

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Geographic Society of Chicago, 1904-1948
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence regarding membership and events; transcript of special program, 1910 April 22; Ecological Base Map of the City of Chicago; and a proposal to the park Commissioners regarding a Stony Island Park.

Box   268
Georg, Victor, and Company, 1890, 1914
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill and letter from photographic studio.

Box   268
George, Albert B.
Note: See also:
  • Chicago Urban League, 1932 May 24
  • "Conference on Juvenile Delinquency in the Negro Community"
Box   268
George and Bliss, 1929
Note

Location: Paul Smiths, New York.

Receipted bills for boat services.

Box   268
George, David G., 1940
Note

Location: Beaverdam, Virginia.

Letter regarding Southern Electoral Reform League's battle against poll taxes.

Box   268
George, Edwin Stanton Studios Inc., 1896, 1936, 1941
Note

Location: Newtonville, Massachusetts; New York City, New York.

Inquiries regarding possible memorials.

Box   268
George, Evan P., 1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter regarding J.N. Larned's histories.

Box   268
George, John E., 1901
Note

Location: Evanston, Illinois.

Request for cony of report on “Tenement Conditions in Chicago,” by the Executive Committee of the City Homes Association.

Box   268
George Junior Republic Association Inc., 1904-1907, 1937
Note

Location: Freeville, New York.

Requests for financial support.

Box   268
George, Madame, 1890
Note

Location: Baltimore, Maryland.

Receipted bills for clothing purchases.

Box   268
George, Oscar M., 1918-1919
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipted bills for services of electrical contractor.

Box   268
George, Philip H., 1901
Note

Location: Braidwood, Illinois.

Note offering eggs for sale.

Box   268
Georgetown University, 1950
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

Request for support of a proposed magazine dealing with the question of the orientation of the world and its many kinds of peoples.

Box   268
Georgette, Madame, 1884
Note

Location: Paris France.

Receipted bills for purchases.

Box   268
Georgia Colored Industrial and Orphan's Home, 1910
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for financial support.

Box   268
Gepke, John F., 1894
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipted bill for purchase of furniture.

Box   268
Geraghty, Thomas Francis, Jr., 1937-1948
Note

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts; probably Chicago, Illinois.

Notes accepting invitations.

Box   268
Geraghty, Thomas Francis, Jr., Mrs. (Katharine Barkhausen), 1937-1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Notes accepting invitations.

Box   268
Gerard, James, 1943
Note

Location: probably Chicago, Illinois.

Receipt for payment from Mary Virginia McCormick Pension Fund.

Box   268
Geraud, Andre, 1936
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Address transcript. Speech before the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, 1936 November 18 on the subject, “Can European Peace Be Saved?”

Box   268
Gerber, F.L., 1943
Note

Location: Camp Carson, Colorado.

Telegram declining invitation.

Box   268
Gere, Thomas Parke, Mrs., 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Announcement of marriage of daughter, Frances Shepard, to Leslie Dudley Carter.

Box   268
Gerhardt, Paul, 1918, 1924
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter offering to purchase property and letter regarding Greater Clarke Boulevard Association.

Box   268
German Old People's Home (Deutsches Altenheim), 1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request to use name as patroness for annual ball.

Box   268
German Publication Society, 1913-1918
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Correspondence and bills regarding the German classics and letter regarding a proposed book on the causes of the war in Europe.

Box   268
Gero, Fred, 1929, 1940
Note

Location: Saranac Lake, New York.

Bills for upholstering services.

Box   268
Gerson, Armand J.
Note: See also: Progressive Education Association, 1925 April 23-25, Report of meetings, Philadelphia.
Box   268
Gerstenberg, Julia, 1901 February 3
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note regarding musical program.

Box   268
Gerty, Francis J., 1950
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two receipted doctor bills.

Box   268
Gertz, Elmer, 1943, 1944
Note: Two pamphlets:
  • Mrs. Bixby Gets a Letter
  • Profile of Carl Sandburg
Box   268
Gesas, Michael, 1916
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two notes regarding unpaid account owed to estate involved in bankruptcy suit.

Box   268
Gethro, Fred W., 1920
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two doctor bills.

Box   268
Getz, Edward G., 1912, 1914
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Two notes regarding porcelain art object.

Box   268
Getz, George F., 1928, 1934
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telegram, 1928 October 16, regarding Independent Smith for President Committee.

Two telephone memos, 1934, regarding a contribution to the Republican National committee.

Box   268
Getz, Harold I., 1931 June 4
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Interview sheet requesting appointment to discuss investments.

Box   268
Geudtner, O.P. and Company, 1922 November 13
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter offering to buy property.

Box   268
Geyler and Levy, 1907 March 6
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter from distributors of the Autocar.

Box   268
Geyman, Milton J., 1929 December 17
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Two x-rays of teeth.

Box   268
Gheno, John, 1947 April 11
Note: Thank you note for flower gift.
Box   268
Giandrone, Jeanette, 1948 June 10
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Postcard discussing plans after graduation from Francis W. Parker School.

Box   268
Gibbo, George, 1905 October 6
Note

Location: Malone, New York.

Bill for packing and unloading grand piano.

Box   268
Gibbons, Douglas, and Company, 1932-1938
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Correspondence regarding sale or ental of Mrs. Blaine's camp at Upper Saint Regis.

Box   268
Gibbs, C.S., Mrs., 1899 July 11
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter offering properties for sale.

Box   268
Gibbs, Jeptha Milton, 1925
Note

Location: Douglas, Arizona.

Announcement of marriage of daughter, Wilhelmina, to Albert Arnold Sprague Jr.

Box   268
Gibbs, Susan B., Mrs., 1949 September 14
Note: Note requesting interview for former friend of Mary Virginia McCormick.
Box   268
Giblin, James, 1907
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter requesting assistance in purchasing a property.

Box   268
Gibson, Adelaide Matilda, 1920-1922
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Correspondence regarding assistance from friends of Nettie Fowler McCormick.

Box   268
Gibson Art Galleries, 1910-1911
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Four notes requesting sitting for photograph.

Box   268
Gibson, Bonnie M., Mrs., 1929 July 2
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Report of interview with applicant for secretarial position.

Box   268
Gibson Brothers, 1930 August 30
Note

Location: Toronto, Canada.

Offer to purchase McCormick property in Toronto.

Box   268
Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher, 1943 May
Note

Location: Los Angeles, California.

Bills for legal services.

Box   268
Gibson, Edward Guest, Mrs., 1941
Note

Location: Baltimore, Maryland.

Invitation to wedding of daughter, Cecil Guest, to Grinnell Willis Locke.

Box   268
Gibson, Eleanor Johnston, 1904, 1939
Note

Location: Baltimore, Maryland.

Two personal notes.

Box   268
Gibson, Ernest Willard, Jr.
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Telegram regarding a promotional mailing.

See also: Youth for Democracy, 1941 January 28, Report of Joint Rally.

Box   268
Gibson, Preston, Mrs., 1903
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation.

Box   268
Gibson, William, Mrs. (Elizabeth McCormick)
Note

Statement regarding a branch of McCormick genealogy.

See also: Wilson, Obed G., Mrs. (Lelia Waterhouse).

Box   268
Gibson, William A., 1911 January 30
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Copy of the Committee Booklet of the Chicago Association of Commerce for 1911.

Box   269
Giddings Shop, undated
Note

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Bills for purchases.

Box   269
Gideons, The, 1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter and memos requesting contributions.

Box   269
Gideonse, Harry D., 1937-1943
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Transcripts of addresses:

  • “Should the Neutrality Act Be Changed?” Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, 1939 September 23
  • “Holland - The Problems of A Neutral,” Chicago Council, 1936 October 23
  • “In Defense of the State Department,” 1943 August 13

See also:

  • National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War, 1937 January 26-29, Twelfth Annual Conference
  • Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, 1938 January 8, “American Policy in the Far East” and “The Ludlow Amendment”
Box   269
Gieduslnov, V.C., 1945 May 7
Note: Note regarding Polish representation at UN Conference on International Organization.
Box   269
Gielow, Dorothy, 1948
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Interview report on request for financial help.

Box   269
Gierum, Carl, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter soliciting piano tuning business.

Box   269
Giesy, Norman W., 1932-1943
Note

Location: Los Angeles, California.

Correspondence from doctor to Mary Virginia McCormick and regarding a memorial to her.

Box   269
Gifford, A.C., 1924 July 28
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter seeking position as seamstress.

Box   269
Gifford, Orrin P., 1926-1932
Note

Location: Pasadena, California.

Notes acknowledging receipt of checks, many with enclosures of church programs, newspaper clippings, etc. regarding Rev. Gifford and his wife.

Box   269
Gifford, S.K., 1921
Note

Location: Providence, Rhode Island.

Two telegrams with advice regarding Worcester Academy and an unidentified school.

Box   269
Gigliotti, Cairoli, 1923-1936
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence from editor of the New Comer and other Italian and English publications and President of the Immigrants Legal Aid Society of Illinois.

Box   269
Gil, Enrique, 1946 April 18
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Transcript of address before the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations on the subject of “Inter-American Relations.”

Box   269
Gilbert, Barry, 1926-1944
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence and papers regarding various legal matters handled as member of the firm of Cassels, Potter and Bentley.

Box   269
Gilbert, C.C., 1940 February 23
Note

Location: Nashville, Tennessee.

Letter regarding the Fifty Years in Business magazine with reference to an article about Cyrus Hall McCormick by Gus Dyer of Vanderbilt University.

Box   269
Gilbert, Clara Culver, 1926
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to meeting of The Fortnightly.

Box   269
Gilbert, Edward A.
Note: See also: Ogilvy and Gilbert.
Box   269
Gilbert, George, 1920 April 20
Note: Note written from Army and Navy YMCA Hospital.
Box   269
Gilbert, Julia E., 1938
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note regarding Mrs. Blaine's generosity in providing nurses for Margaret Radcliffe.

Box   269
Gilbert, Lawson, Mrs., 1910-1918
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; Manitou, Colorado.

Extended correspondence regarding a 1911 address to the Mothers Club of the Elementary School of the University of Chicago and two memos regarding liberty bonds, 1918.

Box   269
Gilbert, Lois, 1922 November 28
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter describing new lines of shoes and bags.

Box   269
Gilbert, Richard, 1937-1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Notes accepting invitations to dinner.

Box   269
Gilbert, S., 1938
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Bill for consigned shipment from Switzerland.

Box   269
Gilbert, W. Philo, 1942
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Carbon copy of letter describing difficulties in sale of property formerly owned by Mary Virginia McCormick.

Box   269
Gilder, Richard Watson, 1900-1907
Note

Location: Berlin, Germany; Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence and examples of Gilder's writings.

Box   269
Gilder, Richard Watson, Memorial Fund, 1911
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Announcement regarding the fund to establish “Gilder Fellowships” in political and social conditions at Columbia University.

Box   269
Gilder, Rosamond, 1924-1936
Note

Location: Lee, Massachusetts.

Correspondence regarding negotiations for writing various biographies, including members of the McCormick family.

Box   269
Gildersleeve, Madeline, 1916 December 21
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Interview record regarding renewal of subscription to Ladies Home Journal.

Box   269
Gildersleeve, Virginia C., 1948 February 18
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Letter regarding Palestine situation.

See also: American Women's Victory dinner and conference, 1919 February 12-13.

Box   269
Giles, Jessie, 1916 April 11
Note

Location: Gurley, Alabama.

Letter to Virginia McCormick requesting aid in rebuilding a church.

Box   269
Giles, Louisa, 1916
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding a hand crocheted bead spread.

Box   269
Gilje, Christiana, 1921-1922
Note

Location: San Diego, California.

Correspondence from woman recuperating in San Diego.

Box   269
Gilkey, Charles W., 1924-1945
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Transcript of address given before the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, 1925 June 4, “The Present Situation in India” and miscellaneous correspondence.

See also:

  • Woodrow Wilson, 1924 February 6, Memorial Service at Mandel Hall
  • Parker School, 1933 June 9, Commencement Address
  • New England Congregational Church Forum, 1935 November 10, “Voice of Religion in the Present Crisis”
  • Emergency Peace Campaign, 1937 January 19
  • United Nations Assiation Congress, 1944 January 14-15, Proceedings
Box   269
Gilkey, Charles W., Mrs., 1942-1943
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence.

Box   269
Gill, Piare S., 1940 March 15
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter of appreciation for assistance enabling student to continue work in the field of cosmic rays.

Box   269
Gill, Wilson L., 1906 May 8
Note

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Letter and printed matter regarding the School City movement.

Box   269
Gillberg, Hannah, 1924 February 27
Note

Location: Roslindale, Massachusetts.

Letter from former employee of Mary Virginia McCormick reminding Mrs. Blaine that she had been forgotten when other servants had been remembered.

Box   269
Gillberg, Ingrid, 1941, 1943
Note

Location: Pacific Palisades, California.

Notes acknowledging receipt of gifts.

Box   269
Gillberg, Thyra, 1943 May 26
Note: Note acknowledging receipt of payment from Pension fund.
Box   269
Gillespie, E.D., 1892-1899
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; Maine; Massachusetts.

Miscellaneous personal correspondence.

Box   269
Gillespie, Elizabeth, 1913-1914
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding assistance in obtaining a nursing job.

Box   269
Gillespie, Ellen, 1921-1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous materials. Genealogical connection between Beales, Blaines, and Gillespies.

Box   269
Gillespie, Frank P., Mrs., 1913 March 26
Note

Location: St. Louis, Missouri.

Request for financial assistance.

Box   269
Gillespie, John B., 1921-1925
Note

Location: St. Louis, Missouri.

Miscellaneous correspondence, requests for assistance in finding employment, and a copy of the genealogy of the Gillespie, Blaine, Beale, Ewing and Sherman families.

Box   270
Gillespie, Mrs., 1917 February 13
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note regarding antiques.

Box   270
Gillett, Frederick Huntington, undated
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

Invitation to marriage of daughter, Frances Helen Hoar, to Reginald Candler Foster.

Box   270
Gillette, Cassius E., 1909 September 22
Note

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Promotional information regarding a Mexican gold and silver mine.

Box   270
Gillette, Celia B., undated
Note

Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Note requesting financial assistance.

Box   270
Gillette, Howard F., 1908-1936
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence regarding personal matters and various causes including the Boy Scouts.

Box   270
Gillette, Howard F., Jr., Mrs. (Mary Hale), 1938, 1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two notes replying to invitations.

Box   270
Gillig, Henry F., 1889, 1902
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Two personal notes.

Box   270
Gillingham, Clinton H., 1915
Note

Location: Maryville, Tennessee.

Letter from Treasurer of the Mountain Workers' Conference and Bible School regarding a telegram of greetings sent to Mrs. Blaine's mother.

Box   270
Gillis, J.M., 1891 July 24
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Receipted bill for services.

Box   270
Gillmore, Robert T., 1911 January 3
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you note for gift of a book.

Box   270
Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, Mrs.
Note: See also: American Women's Victory dinner and conference, 1919 February 12-13.
Box   270
Gilmer, Thomas L., 1902-1931
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills, miscellaneous correspondence, copy of article reprint, “Resection of the Bone for Protrusion of the Mandible,” and a summary of the main occurrences of Dr. Gilmer's life.

Box   270
Gilmor, Elsie, 1893, 1896
Note

Location: Bristol?

Two thank you notes for gifts.

Box   270
Gilmor, Mary
Note: See also: Young, Mary Gilmor.
Box   270
Gilmore, W.S., Mrs., 1938-1939
Note

Location: Evanston, Illinois.

Correspondence and memos regarding custom making of corsets and girdles.

Box   270
Gimbel, Elinor S., 1948-1949
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Miscellaneous correspondence regarding Henry Wallace and world peace.

Box   270
Gimpel, E. and Wildenstein, 1914 January 3
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Announcement of private exhibition of art works.

Box   270
Gimson, Basil, 1928 November 22
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Transcript of address at Francis W. Parker School by this representative of Bedales School in England. Letter thanking Mrs. Blaine for her kindnesses during visit.

Box   270
Gingell, Emily, 1916 December 13
Note

Location: Sussex, England.

Request for financial assistance.

Box   270
Gingher, W.L., 1913 April 9
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter regarding buyer for Mrs. Blaine's Chicago residence.

Box   270
Ginn and Company, Publishers, 1906-1913
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence regarding textbooks for Chicago schools.

See also: Hilton, Henry H.

Box   270
Ginther, Ruby L., 1940-1953
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous personal social correspondence and receipted bills for services as nurse.

Box   270
Girard Trust Company, 1919
Note

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Letter and telegram regarding deposits.

Box   270
Girls Club, 1888-1889
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Records, minutes book, receipted bills.

Box   270
Girls Community Club, 1923 April 21
Note

Location: Toronto, Canada.

Request for financial assistance.

Box   270
Girl Scouts Inc., 1920-1953
Note

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

Requests for contributions.

Box   270
Girls' Friendly Society, 1921 February 26
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for financial aid.

Box   270
Girls' Industrial Home, 1911 August 22
Note

Location: Delaware, Ohio.

Request for information regarding parsons qualified as physical culture teachers.

Box   270
Girls Latin School, 1931, 1937
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for financial assistance and for a name and address.

Box   270
Girls Vacation Fund Inc., 1940
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Request for financial aid in sending girls to camp.

Box   270
Giroux, George, Mrs., 1899 November 22
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for aid in finding work and other relief assistance.

Box   270
Giua, Michele, 1949 May 16
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Press release of address by Socialist member of Italian Senate, Michele Giua, at Wallace Peace Rally, Madison Square Garden.

Box   270
Giuliani, A., 1938 September 13
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for an interview to discuss world peace.

Box   270
Givan's Irish Linen Stores, 1937
Note

Location: London, England.

Receipted bills for purchases.

Box   270
Given, John LaPorte, 1925
Note

Location: Manchester, Vermont.

Announcement of marriage of daughter, Sarah Isabel, to James Breckinridge Waller.

Box   270
Glackin, Edward J., 1905
Note

Location: Springfield, Illinois.

Letter regarding impending bill in state legislature regarding tuberculosis.

Box   270
Gladd Brothers Inc., 1934-1951
Note

Location: Saranac Lake, New York.

Receipted bills for boat, motor and automobile services.

Box   270
Glade, John H., Mrs., 1919 March 25
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter requesting interview to discuss plan related to Francis W. Parker School.

Box   270
Gladwin, Harold Sterling, 1939
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Announcement of marriage of daughter, Nora, to Murry Nelson Fairbank.

Box   270
Gladwin, Harold Sterling, Mrs. (Winifred Jones), 1939 April 5
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Personal note regarding marriage of daughter.

Box   270
Glann, Bruyn A., 1945
Note

Location: Paterson, New Jersey.

Request for autograph in connection with stamp collection.

Box   270
Glanton, Lou, 1900 May 21
Note

Location: Madison, Georgia.

Inquiry regarding scholarships to Chicago Institute summer school.

Box   270
Glaser, Peggy, 1943?
Note: Personal thank you note.
Box   270
Glass, Carter, 1937
Note: Address transcript, broadcast over radio station WBBM, 1937 March 2, on the subject of the Supreme Court.
Box   270
Glass, John, 1919
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding Glass property rented by Mrs. Blaine.

Box   270
Glass, John, Mrs., 1919?
Note

Location: Ravinia, Illinois.

Note regarding Glass property rented by Mrs. Blaine.

Box   270
Glass, Sara Y., 1907
Note: Letter from art teacher regarding possible jobs available in Chicago.
Box   270
Glatfelter, P.H., Company, 1932 April 15
Note

Location: Spring Grove, Pennsylvania.

Replying concerning a farm management firm used by Glatfelter.

Box   270
Gleason, Josephine, 1936 August 7
Note

Location: Poughkeepsie, New York.

Note regarding Nancy's attending Vassar.

Box   270
Gleason, Winifred, 1913-1924
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

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

Correspondence regarding making gowns for Mrs. Blaine.

Box   270
Gleave, Arthur, 1943
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Personal note.

Box   271
Gleave's Flower Shop, 1918-1949
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Receipted bills for flower orders.

Box   271
Gleerup, W.T., Mrs. (Jane Garland), 1913
Note

Location: West Plains, Missouri.

Request for assistance in obtaining employment as a travelling companion.

Box   271
Gleeson, Margaret, 1929, 1930
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Miscellaneous correspondence with nurse connected with Stanley McCormick; her operation paid for by Mrs. Blaine.

Box   271
Gleich, T.C., 1912 June 15
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note declining invitation.

Box   271
Glencoe Police Benevolent Association, 1934
Note

Location: Glencoe, Illinois.

Requests for assistance.

Box   271
Gleneagles Hotel, 1939
Note

Location: Perthshire, Scotland.

Receipted bills and miscellaneous correspondence regarding stay at hotel.

Box   271
Glenn, John H., 1906 December 3
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipted bill for services rendered in mailing circulars.

Box   271
Glenn, Joseph Burton, 1942-1943
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

Bills for doctors care of Mrs. Carolyn Adams.

Box   271
Glenview Lodge, 1926
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Interview report requesting appointment to discuss serving on advisory board.

Box   271
Glenwood Hall, 1949
Note

Location: Rocky Mount, North Carolina.

Request for financial assistance to this country day school for children of working parents.

Box   271
Glenwood Manual Training School, 1908-1932
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; Glenwood, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding contributions to the school, the school program, and miscellaneous printed matter regarding the school.

Box   271
Glessner, J.G.M., 1909 April 5
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter replying to Mrs. Blaine's request that a letter be sent on behalf of Senate Bill 331.

Box   271
Glessner, John J., 1900-1932
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous social correspondence.

Box   271
Glessner, John J., Mrs. (Frances Macbeth), 1892-1903
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence including printed matter regarding the Orchestra Permanent Endowment Program.

Box   271
Glickley, Albert, 1905-1949
Note

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

Miscellaneous personal and business correspondence. Request for aid.

Box   271
Glisson, L.C., 1949 May 14
Note

Location: Atlanta, Georgia.

Letter regarding World Government based upon a “Universally Equitable Governing Thought Standard” derived from “divine inspiration.”

Box   271
Globe School Book Company, 1902 February 13
Note

Location: St. Paul, Minnesota.

Letter offering school books for sale.

Box   271
Globe-Wernicke Company, 1903-1925
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipted bills and correspondence regarding purchase of office equipment and supplies.

Box   271
Gloeckler, Edna, 1910, 1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two notes replying to invitations.

Box   271
Glolier Society, 1911 February 2
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for appointment to discuss book for Francis W. Parker School.

Box   271
Glore, Charles F., 1942-1950
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding the United Nations War Exposition.

Box   271
Glos, Adams S., 1903-1912
Note

Location: Elmhurst, Illinois.

Receipted bills for purchases of hardware and farm equipment.

Box   271
Glover, Marguerite, 1894
Note

Location: Lakewood, Illinois.

Two personal notes.

Box   271
Gluck, Samuel, 1929
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memos and interview sheets requesting appointment to discuss a new patent medicine.

Box   271
Glueck, Bernard
Note: See also: Chicago Association for Child Study and Parent Education, 1928 February 16-18, and to Mid-West Conference on Character Development.
Box   271
Glynn, Winifred, 1941 September 29
Note

Location: Brookline, Massachusetts.

Thank you note for gifts from summer camp employee.

Box   271
Gnad, S.S., 1943
Note: Receipt for payment from Mary Virginia McCormick Pension Fund.
Box   271
Gochenour, Bertie, 1903 February 27
Note

Location: New Market, Virginia.

Offer to sell collar and handkerchief set.

Box   271
Goddard, Charles, 1919, 1928
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipted expense account as extra waiter and request for loan.

Box   271
Goddard College, 1949 November 16
Note

Location: Plainfield, Vermont.

Letter from Royce S. Pitkin, President, requesting appointment to discuss the school's program.

Box   271
Goddard, Conyers, 1937-1939
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence and Trustee's reports regarding Francis W. Parker School.

Box   271
Goddard, Convers, Mrs., 1937
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two social notes.

Box   271
Goddard, Jean T.J., 1941 January 21
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Letter regarding road project for St. Regis Lake camps.

Box   271
Goddard, Margaret, 1941
Note

Location: Upper St. Regis, New York.

Two social notes.

Box   271
Goddard, Minnie G., 1903
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note replying to invitation.

Box   271
Goddard, Thomas J., 1940-1941
Note

Location: Upper St. Regis, New York.

Two invitations.

Box   271
Godding, J.G., and Company, 1914 February 9
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Receipted bill for purchase of combs.

Box   271
Godfrey, Frank E., 1922 October 24
Note

Location: Coronado, California.

Telegram regarding renewal of rental of “Manana” for coming year.

Box   271
Godkin, Lawrence, 1914
Note: Prospectus of the American Agricultural Organization Society.
Box   271
Godwin, L.P., 1907 March
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two telephone memos regarding real estate and the Francis W. Parker School.

Box   271
Godwin, Nora, 1896, 1903?
Note

Location: Roslyn, New York?

Two personal notes.

Box   271
Godwin, S.O., undated
Note: Letter from Stanley McCormick's nurse in response to gift.
Box   271
Goethe Bi-Centennial, 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Transcript of the ceremonies presenting an Honorary Degree to Albert Schweitzer, 1949 July 11, and telephone memos regarding Mrs. Blaine's gift to the bicentennial fund.

Box   271
Goethe Monument Association, 1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Printed matter, one item in German, regarding the Grand Memorial Celebration.

Box   271
Goetz, Alexander
Note: See also: Institute of World Affairs, 1932 November 28, Report of dinner address: “An Interpretation of the German Elections, By a Citizen of Germany.”
Box   271
Goetz Elevator Company, 1953 November 16
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding installation of an elevator at 101 E. Erie Street, Mrs. Blaine's Chicago residence.

Box   271
Goetz, Elsa, 1902-1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous social notes.

Box   271
Goetz, Henry A., 1911, 1914
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding curative mental science and psychotherapeutic experiments. Mention of Child Welfare Exhibit.

Box   271
Gofen, Arthur R., 1953 February 18
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Request for Rooseveltiana published by Mrs. Blaine.

Box   271
Goff, Lydia G., 1913?
Note

Location: Paul Smiths, New York.

Request for aid to church in Vermontville.

Box   271
Goggin, Catharine, 1900 December 21
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Form letter addressed to the Citizens Education Committee.

Box   271
Gokhale, D.V., 1947
Note

Location: India.

Christmas greeting and note in connection regarding prayer for international peace.

Box   271
Golb, Dan, 1949-1950
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence, telephone memos, and reports regarding a project at Roosevelt College to determine the attitudes of southern workers migrating to Chicago and their adjustment to Chicago race attitudes.

Box   271
Goldberg, Abe, 1932 December 8
Note

Location: Pasadena, California.

Promissory note for $25.

Box   271
Golden Rule Foundation, 1930-1940
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Correspondence and printed matter soliciting aid for the foundation and acknowledging gifts received.

Box   272
Goldenson, George, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note accepting invitation of senior class party, Francis W. Parker School.

Box   272
Goldie, Walter, 1929 January 18
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memo. An invitation to have tea with Mrs. Blaine.

Box   272
Goldman, Alfred R., 1939 May 18
Note

Location: Forest Park, Illinois.

Note regarding location of a copy of the out-of-print “Songs of Cornell” previously sought by Mrs. Blaine.

Box   272
Goldschmidt, Alfred A., 1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

List of rare book collections for sale.

Box   272
Goldsmith, Andrew, 1904
Note: Note acknowledging receipt of check.
Box   272
Goldsmith, Oscar, 1922 August 29
Note

Location: Huntsville, Alabama.

Thank you note of gift from Mary Virginia McCormick to the fund for Jewish Relief.

Box   272
Goldsmith, Oscar, Mrs., 1923 July 19
Note

Location: Huntsville, Alabama.

Sympathy note on death of Mrs. Blaine 's mother.

Box   272
Gold Star Mothers, 1922
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memos regarding tickets for a benefit program.

Box   272
Gold Strips Heroes, 1919 February 18
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note thanking Mrs. Blaine for her aid in regarding the minstrel show staged by crippled and wounded war veterans.

Box   272
Goldzier, Constantine, 1901
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding the soliciting of applications in regard to an unidentified educational project. Might possibly relate to the Francis W. Parker school.

Box   272
Golterman, F.H., 1903-1913
Note

Location: Elmhurst, Illinois.

Receipted bills for blacksmith services.

Box   272
Goltra, Edward E., 1924
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two notes regarding Democratic Women's organizations of St. Louis.

Box   272
Gompers, Samuel, 1917, 1921
Note

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

Transcript of speeches by Elihu Root and Samuel Gompers under the auspices of the National Security League, Chicago, 1917 September 14, regarding America's entry into the War.

Letter, 1921 October, inviting Mrs. Blaine to participate in an unofficial Committee on Disarmament to advise delegates at the planned international conferences.

Box   272
Comstock, William Edwin, Mrs. (Evelyn Gordon), 1923-1945
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Social correspondence and telephone memos.

Box   272
Gooch, Hiram A., 1903
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding the Princeton-Yale Preparatory School in Chicago.

Box   272
Good, Archie, 1911 March 29
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for loan. Promissory note.

Box   272
Good Housekeeping, 1908, 1943
Note

Location: Springfield, Massachusetts.

Letter requesting picture for article on women in municipal improvement by Clinton Rogers Woodruff and Letter requesting appointment to interview Mrs. Blaine on her opinion of the magazine.

Box   272
Good Neighbor League, 1936-1941
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence, printed matter, and reports concerning the work of the League. The 1937 folder contains a summary of responses to Mrs. Blaine's radio address and some examples.

Box   272
Good Neighbor Society, 1946-1947
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence and printed matter regarding inter-racial activities and program of the Society. Request for assistance.

Box   272
Good Samaritan Hospital - Arizona, 1940
Note

Location: Phoenix, Arizona.

Bills for hospital services rendered Mrs. Geraldine Clough.

Box   272
Goode, J. Paul
Note: See also: League of Women Voters, Chicago, 1927 March 12, Conference on Education for World Citizenship and Woman's City Club, 1921 April 5 and 12.
Box   272
Goode, J. Paul, Mrs., 1915 March 30
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for financial aid in behalf of reelection of Mr. Merriam to the city council.

Box   272
Goodell, Ida Foster, 1906
Note

Location: Nesbitt, Florida.

Request for a loan.

Box   272
Goodell, R.H., and Company, 1906 October 19
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Offer of Note Brokers to loan or invest money.

Box   272
Goodell, Zina, 1908 August 19
Note

Location: Salem, Massachusetts.

Receipted bill for auto storage.

Box   272
Gooden, Opal, 1935
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; Madison, Wisconsin.

Copy of “Peace Action Handbook Series” and correspondence regarding the program. Acknowledgement of financial support and request for further aid in the Wisconsin movement.

Box   272
Goodhart, Frederick P., Mrs., 1889-1893
Note: Three social notes.
Box   272
Goodhew's Ambulance Service, 1944 August 2
Note

Location: Los Angeles, California.

Bill for services to Ruth Loftus.

Box   272
Gooding, Alfred, 1917-1934
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Note

Location: Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Press clippings. Miscellaneous correspondence, including invitation to wedding of daughter, Eleanor, to Mr. Emmons. Printed pamphlets, including The Theological History of an Old Parish / by Rev. Gooding, his Portsmouth in the Eighteenth Century, The Three Churches of the South Parish, and typewritten copy of a sermon, “Things that we possess and things that possess us.”

Box   272
Gooding, Alfred, Mrs. (Mabel Sise), 1917-1930
Note

Location: Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Miscellaneous correspondence.

Box   272
Gooding College, 1921, 1925, 1928
Note

Location: Gooding, Idaho.

Three requests for financial assistance.

Box   272
Gooding, Frederic, 1918-1950
Note

Location: Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Boston, Massachusetts.

Miscellaneous correspondence from son of Rev. Alfred Gooding and brother-in-law of Emmons Blaine Jr.

Box   272
Gooding, Frederic, Mrs. (Julia Papin), 1919-1946
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts; Concord, Massachusetts.

Miscellaneous personal correspondence.

Box   272
Gooding, Theodore P., 1919 May 21
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Thank you note.

Box   272
Goodman, Kay, 1937, 1938
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois?

Replies to two invitations.

Box   272
Goodman, Kenneth Sawyer, Mrs., 1926 June 22
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memo regarding using Mrs. Blaine's name as a patroness for the Children's Theater.

Box   272
Goodrich, Albert W., 1914, 1916, 1918
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Social notes, including announcement of marriage of daughter, Rosamond, to Kenneth Carpenter.

Box   272
Goodrich, Bessie Bacon
Note: See also: National Conference on Educational Method.
Box   272
Goodrich, B.F., Company, 1908
Note

Location: Akron, Ohio.

Receipted bills for purchases.

Box   272
Goodrich. Harper R., 1944?
Note

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Personal note.

Box   272
Goodrich, Helen, 1901-1929
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous personal and social notes.

See also: Ratcliff, Myrtle Goodrich, 1938 November 13.

Box   272
Goodrich, James E., 1944 September 27
Note

Location: Kansas City, Missouri.

Letter regarding James G. Blaine, Republican candidate for Lt. Governor of Kansas.

Box   273
Goodrich, James P.
Note: See also: American-Russian Institute for Cultural Relations, report, 1934 April 20, page 14.
Box   273
Goodrich, M.E., 1927-1928
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two receipts from newspaper circulator.

Box   273
Goodrich, Miss, 1924-1927
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memos seeking appointment to show line of maid's aprons and uniforms.

Box   273
Goodrich, Mr., 1914 November 24
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memo reporting the death of Mrs. Goodrich to be given to Mrs. McCormick.

Box   273
Good Shepherd Community Center, 1942
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding the work and needs of the center and a copy of the pamphlet, The Negro and the War / by Earl Brown and George R. Leighton.

Box   273
Goodsmith, Howard, undated
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Acceptance of invitation for supper.

Box   273
Goodsmith, Marion, 1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two replies to invitations.

Box   273
Goodspeed, Charles B., 1933
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to dinner.

Box   273
Goodspeed, Charles B., Mrs. (Elizabeth Fyller), 1933-1947
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous social correspondence.

Box   273
Goodspeed, Edgar J., 1921, 1937
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter regarding finding a translator for several speeches by Albert Einstein. Letter requesting support for the stabilization fund of the Near East Colleges.

Box   273
Goodspeed, T.W., 1898-1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence with the Secretary of the Board of Trustees, University of Chicago.

Box   273
Goodspeed, Wilbur Fisk, Mrs., 1929
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to attend a musical program.

Box   273
Goodspeed's Book Shop, 1904, 1917
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Bills for purchases.

Box   273
Goodwill Industries, 1930-1950
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding work of the Industries and solicitations for support.

Box   273
Goodwin, Clarence Norton, 1907
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Copy of “An Opinion Submitted to the Special Committee on Revenues of the Board of Education of the City of Chicago, with Reference to the Validity of Certain School Leases and of Certain Modifications Thereof” / by Clarence N. Goodwin.

Box   273
Goodwin, Clarence Norton, Mrs., 1923-1925
Note: Invitations to hear various speakers.
Box   273
Goodwin, Emma E., 1917 November 1
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to view lampshades and other handicraft articles.

Box   273
Goodwin, Eneas B.
Note: See also: Kelly, Mayor Edward J., Report of Unity Day Meeting, 1941 June 6, page 6.
Box   273
Goodwin, Mrs., 1893?
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note accepting invitation for lunch.

Box   273
Goodwin, Richard E., 1927 May 4
Note

Location: Augusta, Maine.

Letter requesting financial aid for local General Hospital.

Box   273
Goodwin, S.O., 1909-1910
Note

Location: Montecito, California; Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding the care of Stanley McCormick.

Box   273
Goodwin, W.A.R., 1911 October 7
Note

Location: Rochester, New York.

Note from the Rector of St. Paul's Church regarding a Mrs. Osborne of Buffalo.

Box   273
Goodwin, W.R., Jr.
Note: See also: Oakhurst Farm.
Box   273
Gookin, Frederick W., 1920
Note: Invitation.
Box   273
Gorbold, R.P., 1915
Note

Location: Kyoto, Japan.

Correspondence regarding sending of cablegrams for Mrs. McCormick's birthday celebration from Japanese missions.

Box   273
Gordon, Basil, Mrs. (Lelia Montague), 1900-1904
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Miscellaneous personal correspondence.

Box   273
Gordon, Esthar Love, Mrs., 1935
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter regarding the Lake George Institute to encourage better national and international understanding and possible sponsorship by Antioch College.

Box   273
Gordon, Frank Malcolm, 1945 December 22
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Announcement of marriage of daughter, Evelyn, to William Edwin Comstock.

Box   273
Gordon, George Campbell, Mrs., 1928
Note: Announcement of marriage of sister, Alice Hunter, to James Northrop Smythe.
Box   273
Gordon, George W., 1919-1921
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence regarding legal matters handled by Nelson, Little and Gordon law firm.

Box   273
Gordon, Harold, 1943
Note

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah.

Form letters from Utah State Prison offering handmade “victory” bracelet for sale.

Box   273
Gordon, Helen S., 1917
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you note for basket of flowers.

Box   273
Gordon and Helliwell, 1906-1913
Note

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Correspondence with architectural firm regarding additions and alterations to the “Oaklands” estate.

Box   273
Gordon, Jacques, 1919-1925
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miscellaneous correspondence regarding the Gordon String Quartette.

Box   273
Gordon, Jean, 1902
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for services of druggist.

Box   273
Gordon, John R., 1941
Note

Location: Great Lakes, Illinois.

Thank you note from Great Lakes trainee who had been Mrs. Blaine's guest for dinner and the theater.

Box   273
Gordon, Lance, 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Correspondence regarding a project to use a “Lancer Unit Production” of motion pictures to combat a one-sided press.

Box   273
Gordon, Lary, 1942
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you note for gift of books.

Box   273
Gordon, Linley V.
Note: See also: World Alliance for International Friendship through the Churches, 1931 November 9-12, 16th annual meeting and good will congress.
Box   273
Gordon, Martha, 1924
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipt for payment for services rendered and thank you note for gift of bifocal glasses.

Box   273
Gordon, Mr., 1929
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone memos regarding sale of linens.

Box   273
Gordon, Spencer, 1917-1918
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Legal correspondence with firm of Bentley, Burling, Kumler, and Gordon.

Box   273
Gore, Edward E.
Note: See also: Chicago Association of Commerce, 1932 June 2-3, National conference for reduction of government expenditures.
Box   273
Gore, James H., 1925
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

Copy of correspondence with Harold McCormick regarding election of Cyrus McCormick to the Hall of Fame.

Box   273
Gore, Thomas Lee, 1949
Note

Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Letter regarding institutions for care of mentally ill with brochures for The Lodge of the Turquoise Trail in New Mexico and the Institute of Living, Hartford, Massachusetts.

Box   273
Gorgas Memorial Institute, 1918, 1929
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

Telegram from Gorgas regarding the probable call to active duty of a Major Preble; letter from Memorial Institute requesting financial support.

Box   273
Gorham Company, 1937
Note

Location: Providence, Rhode Island.

Copy of bill for cast bronze statuette sold to estate of Lorado Taft.

Box   273
Gorham Company - New York, 1893-1926
Note

Location: New York City, New York.

Bills for purchases from silversmiths.

Box   273
Gorham, Sidney, 1934
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter and telephone memo regarding estate of Stanley McCormick from law firm of Miller, Gorham, Wales, and Adams.

Box   273
Gorke, Otto, Jr., and Company, 1915
Note

Location: Forest Park, Illinois.

Bills for purchase of gravestone for Maurice Murphy.

Box   273
Gorman, Daniel
Note: See also: Eucharistic Congress, 1926 June 20-24.
Box   273
Gorman, Edward J., 1908-1954
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipts for payment for services as waiter and butler and for services in securing other part time employees.

Box   273
Gorman, Edward J., Mrs., 1938
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you note for gift upon death of daughter, Geneva.

Box   273
Gorman, Mate C., 1929-1930
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Correspondence from nurse to Stanley McCormick.

Box   273
Gorton, Frank S., Mrs. (Louise Stager), 1896-1898
Note: Miscellaneous social correspondence.
Box   273
Goodwin, W.R., Jr.
Note: See also: Oakhurst Farm.
Box   273-275
Gorton, Truman B., 1895-1926
Physical Description: 20 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Mr. Gorton was the Business Secretary for the Trustees for Miss Mary Virginia McCormick. Folders contain innumerable reports and statements of accounts sent by Gorton to Mrs. Blaine. Miscellaneous items regarding various charitable and benevolent projects in which Miss McCormick was interested. Also information regarding the Nettie Fowler McCormick estate and estate of Stanley McCormick.

Box   275
Gorton, Truman B., 1927 January 3-1937 September 14
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Gorton was an officer of the Nettie Fowler McCormick estate. Correspondence includes letters concerning the estate, yearly reports of the estate, description of removal of Mrs. McCormick's personal items from her home after her death, etc.

Box   275
Gorton, Truman B., Mrs. (Frances Smith), 1900-1945
Physical Description: 4 folders 
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Frances Smith was employed in the McCormick Biographical Association from 1900 until 1911 when she resigned. After this date she apparently continued to do some research for the Association. Her correspondence sheds light on the early life of Cyrus Hall McCormick and supplies a running account of the activities of the Biographical Association during the years 1900-1911. Members of the Association at this time included Mrs. Blaine, her mother, and all her brothers.

Items of importance in these folders include:

  • 1904-1906 correspondence contains information on the attempt of the Association to get C.H. McCormick in the “Hall of Fame,” though the location of this is not given. A letter, 1905 March 28, discuss ten American historians that were considered to write a short biography of McCormick so as to influence the judges of the Hall of Fame. Men suggested included: F.J. Turner, R.G. Thwaites, J.F. Rhodes, and others. Thwaites received the job and insight concerning the effort of the Association in the Hall of Fame matter can be gleaned from his letters.
  • Throughout the correspondence is information on gifts to Cyrus Hall McCormick school in Chicago.
  • Throughout the correspondence is also information on the displays that the Association set up in various places, 1905-1911.
  • 19-page document, 1910 March 16, is a compilation of early documents which indicate that Cyrus McCormick, and not his father Robert invented the reaper. This document shows a great deal of research.
  • Letter, 1915 August 13, is a summary of the literature on the Marsh vs. McCormick legal controversy.

See also:

  • McCormick Historical Association, 1903-1905
  • Cyrus Hall McCormick School
Box   275
Goslin, Ryllis Alexander, Mrs.
Note: See also: National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War, 1937 January 26-29. Twelfth Annual Conference.
Box   275
Gosling, Thomas Warrington
Note: See also: National Conference on Educational Method.
Box   275
Gospel League, 1935 October 2-1938 May 11
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

During these three years, the Gospel League made continued attempts to get financial aid from Mrs. Blaine. The League did charitable work among the Chicago poor and transients.

Box   276
Gospel League Shelter, 1949 July 5
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Amy Taylor of this organization wished to speak to Mrs. Blaine about the Gospel League Shelter for Women. No indication that she did.

Box   276
Gossage, Charles, and Company, 1890 November 26
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for aprons.

Box   276
Gosward, H.W., Company, 1904 October 17
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

The Gossard Company wished Mrs. Blaine to verify the fact that she was a stock holder in a publication called the Sketch Book.

Box   276
Gosselin, Maud, 1939 October 10
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

The writer wished Mrs. Blaine to contribute the use of her name and some financial backing to the publication of some American paintings.

Box   276
Gotham Hospital, 1927
Note: Document contains the signatures of three women, who hoped Mrs. Blaine would contribute toward Gotham Hospital.
Box   276
Gott, Mr., 1892
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Can't accept Mrs. Blaine's invitation.

Box   276
Gott, John R., Mrs. (Georgiana Wadsworth), 1900 February
Note: Thinks Mrs. Blaine for invitation.
Box   276
Gottfried, Frances, 1902 December 11
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Writer wished to sell Mrs. Blaine some fancy work.

Box   276
Gottlieb, Mrs., 1947 November 7 and 17
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

The writer wished to know the name and address of a mutual acquaintance.

Box   276
Gottschalk, Albert L., 1901 June 6 and 14
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Man applied for the job of engineer and janitor at Parker School.

Box   276
Gottschalk, Louis, 1947 January 23-May 28
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Three addresses before the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations given by Prof. Gottschalk of the University of Chicago:

  • “The French Empires,” 1947 January 23
  • “Church and State in France,” 1947 February 18
  • “France and the International Scene,” 1947 May 28
Box   276
Gottschalk, Louis, Mrs. (Fruma Kasdan), 1947 April 9
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requested contribution to the Robert B. Merriam Campaign Fund. Merriam ran for Alderman.

Box   276
Goudy, Mrs., 1913
Note: Wedding invitation.
Box   276
Goudy, W.C., Mrs., 1897
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request of aid for Chicago Nursery and Orphan Asylum.

Box   276
Goudy, William Judd (Carolyn Walker), Mrs., 1900 June 8
Note: Mrs. Gaudy invited Mrs. Blaine to dinner.
Box   276
Goueble, Elizabeth P., 1926 October 2
Note

Location: Huntsville, Alabama.

Letter of appreciation to Mrs. Blaine shortly after her visit to Mary Virginia McCormick, stating that the McCormick Estate meant a great deal to the community.

Box   276
Gouge, Frederick H., 1895 May 4-1897 January
Note

Location: Utica, New York.

Three letters from an architect whom Mrs. Blaine consulted about some church architecture.

Box   276
Gough, Daniel St. John, 1908 March 16-1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requests for Mrs. Blaine to consider the writer for a position of taking the school census.

Box   276
Gould, A.W., Mrs., 1909 May 28
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

The widow of a Parker school teacher wanted Mrs. Blaine's endorsement for her trips to Boston and other historic cities as a chaperone of young Chicago girls.

Box   276
Gould, C., Mrs., 1923 July 16
Note

Location: Boone, Iowa.

Elderly lady, who had Mrs. Blaine's mother as a Sunday School teacher, expressed her sympathy at the time of Mrs. McCormick's death.

Box   276
Gould, F.J., 1911 June 21-23
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Stenographic reports of three lecture demonstrations among children (ages 11-13) at Parker School. Gould was of the Moral Education League of Great Britain.

Box   276
Gould, Helen Miller, 1908 February 19
Note

Location: New York.

Invitation to attend a meeting of the friends of the Canton Christian College and of Christian Education in China.

Box   276
Gould, John H.P., 1948 August 9, 1950 August 30
Note

Location: Lenox, Massachusetts.

Two wedding invitations.

Box   276
Gould, Richard J., 1919 July 3
Note

Location: Toronto, Canada.

Wedding invitation.

Box   276
Goulds Pumps, 1934 December 14, 1935 January 25
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for overhauling a pump.

Box   276
Gourley, Edward Drew, 1916 December 22-1917 January 27
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Four attempts to reach Mrs. Blaine by telephone.

Box   276
Gove, Burton J., 1949 July 8
Note: Dentist's bill for Miss Evelyn Cummings of Marshfield, Massachusetts, which Mrs. Blaine paid.
Box   276
Gow, Mary Lathrop, 1911 February 27
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miss Gow was apparently an employee of the International Harvester Company. She wanted Mrs. Blaine's advice on a trip to Europe sponsored by “Pilgrimage through Europe for Social Workers.”

Box   276
Grace Hospital, 1919 February 27
Note

Location: Toronto, Canada.

Bill for care of F.J. Walker.

Box   276
Graceland Cemetery Company, 1892 June 29-1926 October
Note

Location: Buena Park, Illinois.

Bills and receipts for burial and upkeep of Mrs. Blaine's family lot.

Box   276
Graduate Teachers College of Winnetka, 1933 November 7-1941 November 15
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

The letters in this folder deal with the scholarship, which Mrs. Blaine set up each year beginning circa 1935, for a foreign student to study at Winnetka. Includes correspondence concerning the selection of students.

Box   276
Graf, Mrs., 1920 February 23
Note: Person wished to contact Sir Oliver Lodge.
Box   276
Graf, Paul H., 1918 December 24
Note: Thanks Mrs. Blaine or check of $28.
Box   276
Graf, William, 1929 April 19-1938 August 31
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Musician who performed for Mrs. Blaine and her brother Harold several times wrote concerning possible future engagements, bills, etc.

Box   276
Graff, Cyrus Ben, 1890 June 27
Note

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

An invalid whose father died asked Mrs. Blaine for money for an invalid's chair and other items.

Box   276
Graff, Dean Louis, 1949 May 19
Note

Location: Annapolis, Maryland.

Wished to see Mrs. Blaine.

Box   276
Graff, James G., 1897 May 13-1897 June 21
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Plans and bills for draining Mrs. Blaine's lawn.

Box   276
Graffis, Joseph Markley, 1949 December 3
Note

Location: Glencoe, Illinois.

Wedding invitation.

Box   276
Grafton, Virginia A., 1925 February 20
Note

Location: Rome, Georgia.

Expresses appreciation for Mrs. Blaine's help to a “perfectly unknown man.”

Box   276
Graham, David W., Mrs., 1923 July
Note: Expresses sorrow at death of Mrs. Blaine's mother.
Box   276
Graham, Ernest R.
Note: See also:
  • Institute of American Meat Packers, 1926 October 27. Third public conference on education and industry. Held jointly with University of Chicago.
  • Chicago Association Commerce, 1932 June 2-3. National conference for reduction of government expenditures.
Box   276
Graham, Henry Walker, 1909 February 1-1914 February 2
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Graham was a reader and lecturer who wanted to perform at Parker School.

Box   276
Graham, Herbert, 1929 September 16
Note

Location: Toronto, Canada.

Wedding invitation.

Box   276
Graham, James, 1913
Note: Photograph.
Box   276
Graham, Kate, 1892-1918
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois; and elsewhere.

Mrs. Blaine apparently paid the medical bills for Kate Graham at Chicago and Mayo Clinic at Rochester, Minnesota.

Box   276
Graham, Nell Vincent, 1949 November 8
Note

Location: New York.

Thanks Mrs. Blaine for her messages in the Daily Compass.

Box   276
Graham, William H., 1898 November
Note

Location: Manchester, Vermont.

Bills for groceries.

Box   276
Gramercy Boys' Club, 1920 June 22
Note

Location: New York.

Letter asks Mrs. Blaine to sponsor a youngster at this camp.

Box   276
Grames, C.T., 1916 July 22-1917 April 26
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for shipping Emmon's furniture from Cambridge to Chicago.

Box   276
Granat, Elmer, 1907 August
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Explains the dismissal of a chauffeur.

Box   276
Granbery, Elizabeth, 1910 June 15-1918 June 21
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Miss Granbery was a tutor at Parker School. Apparently she did not meet with the favor of Mrs. Blaine and other trustees. She resigned in 1918.

Box   276
Grand Army of the Republic, 1914 April 30-May 11
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asked Mrs. Blaine for contributions on several occasions.

Box   276
Grand Blvd. Property Owners Association, 1921 February 17
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wished to sell Mrs. Blaine houses for girls' clubs on south side.

Box   276
Grand Hotel National, 1936 June 29-1940 August 15
Note

Location: New York.

Bills for apartment when Mrs. Blaine was in New York.

Box   276
Grand Hotel Victoria-Jungfrau, 1938
Note: Bills.
Box   276
Grand Maison de Blanc Inc., 1931 November 2-1936 October 20
Note

Location: New York.

Bill and advertising for table linen.

Box   276
Granger, Alfred Hoyt, 1917-1921
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Invitations to weddings and social events.

Box   276
Granger, Marion Mae, 1899 November 28, 1904 April 11
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

School teacher wanted Mrs. Blaine to help her finance a house.

Box   276
Grant, A., Mrs., 1892 August 15-September 2
Note

Location: Bar Harbor, Maine.

Bills for treatments.

Box   276
Grant, Ada Billings, 1903 October 29
Note

Location: Greenup, Illinois.

Lady wanted Mrs. Blaine to give her money so that she could visit her aged mother in Maine.

Box   276
Grant, Agnes, 1895 September 5
Note

Location: Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Woman in search of her lost son, wanted aid from Mrs. Blaine.

Box   276
Grant, Alex Galt, Mrs. (Catherine Delano), 1909 June 16-1914
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Mrs. Galt was somehow connected with Parker School, possibly a teacher. Invitations to parties of senior class, thank you notes for gifts sent by Mrs. Blaine, and personal notes.

Box   276
Grant, Barbour and Ladd, 1892 October 5
Note: Bill for a pair of shoes.
Box   276
Grant, Benjamin A., 1942 April 6-8
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you note for gift of $100. Grant was an Alderman.

Box   276
Grant, D.H., 1916 December 5-30
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Repeated attempts to reach Mrs. Blaine by telephone concerning a large affair at Orchestra Hall put on by a Mr. Williams of the Gas Company.

Box   276
Grant, Florence P., 1892 June 19
Note

Location: Melrose, Massachusetts.

Woman, who recently lost her husband, wrote Mrs. Blaine expressing her sympathy.

Box   276
Grant, Frederick Dent, Mrs., 1897-1909
Note

Location: Newport, Rhode Island.

Wedding invitation. Invitation to come to Grant's house in 1909.

Box   276
Grant, Harry Ecker, Mrs., 1945 June 2
Note

Location: Alpine, New Jersey.

Wedding invitation.

Box   276
Grant, Helen Peabody, 1901
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wanted the address of some European countess.

Box   276
Grant Hospital of Chicago, 1921 April 5-1928 February 29
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for the care of several people. Requests for money. Invitations to benefits.

Box   276
Grant, Ida Honore, 1918 October 18
Note

Location: Sarasota, Florida.

Expresses sympathy at death of Emmons Blaine.

Box   276
Grant, John C., 1913 November 25
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to dancing at the Blackstone.

Box   276
Grant, Loretta, 1942 January 30-1943 May 26
Note

Location: Pasadena, California.

Former employee of Mary Virginia McCormick Estate thanks Mrs. Blaine for gift.

Box   276
Grant Marble Company, 1916 May 26
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wanted approval of Mrs. Blaine for the marble to put on Mrs. McCormick's home in Lake Forest.

Box   276
Grant, W. Henry, 1907 November 27-1923 July 6
Note

Location: New York.

Letter, 1907, calls Mrs. Blaine's attention to a book entitled The Theory and Practice of Teaching.

Later letters ask Mrs. Blaine to return some drawings of Az-to, a Chinese art teacher.

Box   276
Grant University, 1901 March 19
Note

Location: Athens, Tennessee.

Requests aid for the University.

Box   276
Grant's Art Galleries, 1937 January 30-1942 March 1
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for a cabinet, a table, and “Bal Aue.”

Box   277
Grassie, Joseph E., 1917 June 1
Note

Location: Cohasset, Massachusetts.

Bill for unnamed item.

Box   277
Graue Brothers, 1901-1912
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

Location: Elmhurst, Illinois.

Grocery bills.

Box   277
Gravatt, W.L., 1901 April 8
Note

Location: Charleston, West Virginia.

Letter is in response to Mrs. Blaine's request concerning Miss Lucy Amble and Mrs. Fraden.

Box   277
Gravel, Helen, 1949 August 26
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Attempt to reach Mrs. Blaine by phone.

Box   277
Graves, Charles Allen (M.D.), 1941 February 1, 1951 May 1
Note

Location: Los Angeles, California.

Bills for professional services to Mrs. Edward A. Loftus and Miss Grace T. Walker.

Box   277
Graves, Charles E., Company, 1910 June 20-November
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for jewelry repair.

Box   277
Graves, Eliza W., 1899 October 13
Note: Letter concerns some new homes; no apparent connection to Mrs. Blaine.
Box   277
Graves, Esther M., 1930 November 29
Note

Location: Plattsburg, New York.

Wedding invitation.

Box   277
Graves, J.L., 1892 September 10-1894 May 10
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Bills for imported jewels and antiques.

Box   277
Graves, Mark
Note: See also: Chicago Association Commerce, 1932 June 2-3. National conference for reduction of government expenditures.
Box   277
Graves, Virginia, undated
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Accepts invitation of Senior Class of Parker School.

Box   277
Graves, William C., 1907 July 23
Note

Location: Springfield, Illinois.

Letter reveals that Mrs. Blaine was interested in the science of criminology and the care of convicts and delinquents. Telegram asks whether Mrs. Blaine would agree to be appointed by the governor as a delegate from Illinois to the national conference of charities and correction to be held in Minneapolis, 1907 June 12-19.

Box   277
Gray, Catharine G., 1923
Note

Location: Portland, Oregon.

Expresses sympathy at death of Mrs. Blaine's mother.

Box   277
Gray, Charles Oliver
Note: See also: Tusculum College.
Box   277
Gray, Dr., 1918 May 7
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

A colored man who said he led a delegation from Missouri for the nomination of James G. Blaine, wished to meet Mrs. Blaine.

Box   277
Gray, Earle (M.D.), 1937 June 4 and July 1
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for Electrocardiogram for Howard C. Van Doorn.

Box   277
Gray, Edward E., 1895 August 20
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Gray, a Chicago lawyer, wanted some information on “Mrs. Grant's case.”

Box   277
Gray, E.L. and Company, 1940 August 31-1941 August 31
Note

Location: Upper St. Regis, New York.

Bills for stationery, paper, and miscellaneous camping equipment.

Box   277
Gray, Emerson Coates, 1942 December 12
Note

Location: Albany, New York.

Wedding invitation.

Box   277
Gray, Frank S., 1888 May 24
Note

Location: New York.

Expresses sympathy at Mrs. Blaine's accident at “Island Lake.”

Box   277
Gray, George W., 1901 October 7
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Man wanted to see Mrs. Blaine about the “Forward Movement,” which proposed large plans for amelioration of the downtown district of Chicago.

Box   277
Gray, Harold, 1939 October 17
Note

Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Gray offered his services in the household line to Mrs. Blaine. Apparently he did remodeling or repairing while he lived in Chicago.

Box   277
Gray, Horace, Mrs., 1942 February 27
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invited Mrs. Blaine to her golden wedding celebration. The invitation card requests that since it was war time, no golden gifts or flowers should be sent.

Box   277
Gray, Horace, Jr., 1939-1940
Note: Invitation regrets.
Box   277
Gray, Jane, 1927
Note

Location: Pasadena, California.

Note of thanks for a Christmas gift.

Box   277
Gray, Jeanette, 1910
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation responses.

Box   277
Gray, John Clinton, 1902
Note

Location: New York.

Wedding invitation.

Box   277
Gray, John H., 1931
Note: See also: Progressive conference, 1931 March 11-12, 1937 October 28-30.
Box   277
Gray, Judson, 1936
Note: Christmas poem.
Box   277
Gray, Paul H., 1910, 1912
Note: Invitation responses.
Box   277
Gray, R.A.L., and Company, 1912-1916
Note

Location: Toronto, Canada.

Bills and correspondence relating to electrical work done at the Oaklands.

Box   277
Gray, Robert, 1922
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Student of the Parker School wishes to talk with Mrs. Blaine.

Box   277
Gray, Tilbee Drummond, 1913
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wedding announcement.

Box   277
Gray, William C., 1887-1896
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Number of personal letters, poems, etc., from an old friend of the McCormick family.

For recollections of C.H. McCormick I, see: McCormick Historical Association.

Box   277
Gray, William C., Mrs. (Kate Garns), 1889-1914
Note

Location: Oak Park, Illinois.

Personal letters. Also requests that she be allowed to spend her summers at “The Island.”

Box   277
Graybill, Henry, 1923
Note

Location: Canton, China.

Written by an official of Canton Christian College to which Mrs. McCormick gave financial support. Letter eulogizes Mrs. McCormick and expresses sadness at her death.

Box   277
Graydon, Thomas J., 1914
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of thanks for a contribution to the aldermanic campaign in the 21st Ward.

Box   277
Great Wardrobe, 1941
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Clothing bill.

Box   277
Greece
Note: See also:
  • Sofianopoulos (Delegate to United Nations Conference, June 1945)
  • Poumppouras, Anthony J. (Consulate)
Box   277
Greek, Desse, 1950
Note: Note of thanks for a floral gift.
Box   277
Greek War Relief Commission, 1941-1947
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requests for contributions.

Box   277
Greeley, Frederick, 1900-1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Writes in behalf of the Playgrounds Association of Chicago. Also some personal items and invitations.

Box   277
Greeley, Frederick, Jr., 1938-1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation responses.

Box   277
Greeley and Hansen, 1936
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for engineering service performed at the Marvin Camp at Upper St. Regis, New York.

Box   277
Greeley, Samuel, 1939
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation response.

Box   277
Greeley, Samuel Arnold, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Contracts, specifications, etc., for the construction of a sewage treatment plant at Mrs. Blaine's Lake Forest home.

Box   277
Greeley, Samuel Arnold, Mrs., 1924-1946
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

Numerous personal items, notes of thanks and invitation responses.

Box   277
Greeley, Sewall, 1937-1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation responses.

Box   277
Greeley-Howard-Norlin Company, 1920, 1924
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Surveying bills.

Box   277
Greeley, Frederick, Mrs. (Priscilla Hannaford), 1939
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

Invitation responses.

Box   277
Green, Benjamin, 1913-1927
Note

Location: Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Druggist bills.

Box   277
Green, Dave, 1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requests financial aid for a sick young couple.

Box   277
Green, Dwight H., 1941-1942
Note

Location: Springfield, Illinois.

Governor of Illinois. Acknowledges telegrams from Mrs. Blaine, one of which suggests that the U.S. mediate between Great Britain and India.

Box   277
Green, Edward A., 1921
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Calls regarding the Annual Theatrical Ball of the Theatrical Mutual Association.

Box   277
Green, Edward J., 1945
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Congratulates Mrs. Blaine on her backing Henry Wallace.

Box   277
Green, Eugenia Bayard, 1914-1937
Note

Location: Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Requests for financial aid from the daughter of an attendant of Mrs. Blaine during the time Emmons was born.

Box   277
Green, F.A., 1904
Note

Location: Elmhurst, Illinois.

Bill for photographs.

Box   277
Green, Fletcher, 1944
Note

Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

See also: United Nations Association Conference, 1944 January 14-15, Proceedings.

Box   277
Green, F.M., 1946
Note

Location: St. Regis Falls, New York.

Dental bills.

Box   277
Green, Frederick R., 1921
Note: See also: Woman's City Club, 1912 April 5 and 12.
Box   277
Green, Grace Countiss, undated
Note

Location: Paris, France.

Notice of a guiding service.

Box   277
Green, James, 1916
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for financial aid from a crippled man who wishes to get a piece of original music published.

Box   277
Green, James Frederick, 1934
Note: See also: Chicago Conference on International and Economic Crisis, 1934 May 13.
Box   277
Green, James S., 1935
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes financial aid.

Box   277
Green, Leighton, 1930-1941
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California; El Paso, Texas.

Letters to Aunt Anita thanking her for wedding gifts and other kindnesses.

Husband of Virginia Peeler.

Box   277-278
Green, Leighton, Mrs. (Virginia Peeler), 1915-1949
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Note: Onetime member of the Mary Virginia McCormick household. All personal items, thanking Mrs. Blaine for various gifts and generosities. Also describes her trips to Europe, her work at Columbia University, her marriage, etc.
Box   278
Green, Lorraine R., Mrs., 1937
Note: See also: Progressive Education Association Conference, 1937 October 28-30.
Box   278
Green, Marion, undated
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill.

Box   278
Green, Mary M., 1892
Note

Location: Paris, France.

Note of sympathy at the death of Mr. Blaine.

Box   278
Green, Mary Pomeroy, 1937
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation.

Box   278
Green, Mr., 1915
Note: Friend of Cyrus McCormick. Wishes to see Mrs. Blaine.
Box   278
Green, Myron B., 1939
Note

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The Heroes and Heroines Club of the John Paul Jones Junior High School wishes to have an autograph of C.H. McCormick.

Box   278
Green, Nellie, 1928
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes employment.

Box   278
Green, Reginald H.S., 1951-1953
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Telephone messages regarding the depositing of various checks in Mrs. Blaine's accounts.

Box   278
Green and Reynolds, 1893
Note

Location: Bar Harbor, Maine.

Bills.

Box   278
Green, Sara Stafford, 1921
Note: Sends a check for the Favill Memorial.
Box   278
Green, Wendall E., Mrs.
Note: See also:
  • Chicago Urban League, 1932 May 24, "Conference on Juvenile Delinquency in the Negro Community"
  • Chicago Urban League, 1936 February 6, Report of Luncheon Meeting
Box   278
Green, William
Note

President of the American Federation of Labor.

See also:

  • Chicago Bar Association, 1928 January 13, Dinner in his honor
  • Progressive Conference, 1931 March 11-12
Box   278
Greenbaum, J.C., Mrs., 1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes employment.

Box   278
Greenbrier, The, 1917
Note

Location: White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.

Reservations confirmation.

Box   278
Greene, A. Crawford
Note: See also: McCutcheon, Thomas, Matthew, Griffiths & Greene.
Box   278
Greene, Alexander, 1924
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Book list and a bill for an autographed Persian pearl.

Box   278
Greene, Charles Edward, 1942
Note

Location: Smyrna, Tennessee.

Wedding announcement.

Box   278
Greene, Charles Lyman, 1914-1915
Note

Location: St. Paul, Minnesota.

Letter concerning the mental and physical condition of Mr. Campbell. Also three bills for medical services to Wallace Campbell.

Box   278
Greene, Cora Belle, 1904
Note

Location: New York.

Lauds Mrs. Blaine's ideas regarding the instruction of children in drama.

Box   278
Greene, D. Crosby, 1919
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Bills for medical service to James W. Adams Jr.

Box   278
Greene, Henry Copley, 1939-1950
Note

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Congratulates Mrs. Blaine on her support of Franklin Roosevelt. Requests for contributions to the Henry Gopley Greene Fund for helping to feed Europe's children and to the Children's Village of Ben Shemen, Israel.

Box   278
Greene, Henry Copley, Mrs. (Rosalind Huidekoper), 1916-1951
Note

Location: New York, Cambridge.

Most of the correspondence deals with the activities of Salvador de Madariaga and the plans of the World Foundation and the World Citizens Association. Also numerous personal items.

Box   278
Greene, Jerome D., 1907-1923
Note

Location: New York.

Most of the correspondence deals with the Committee of the Harvard Board of Overseers to Visit the New Graduate School of Education and its activities. Mrs. Blaine seems to have taken part in the work of the Committee.

Box   278
Greene, Kate, 1939
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of thanks for a floral gift.

Box   278
Greene, Mary Morse, 1897-1919
Note

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

Portrait painter. Most of the letters are rather incoherent reminisces of Mrs. Blaine and her mother and complaints of failing health.

Box   278
Greene, Richard Arnold, 1905-1915
Note

Location: Newport, Rhode Island.

Letters to Mr. Greene from “Jim” telling him of social work in Newport. One item to Mrs. Blaine asking her support for the Walter Lowry Club.

Box   278
Greene, Richards and Olson, 1914
Note

Location: St. Paul, Minnesota.

Returns correspondence concerning Mr. Campbell.

Box   278
Greene, Roger S., 1938-1945
Note

Location: Worchester, Massachusetts.

Correspondence concerns Greene's acceptance of the directorship of the American Committee for World Citizenship and the activities of that organization. Also pamphlets by Greene regarding the shipment of scrap iron to Japan. Greene also member of the Committee for Non-participation in Japanese Aggression. Numerous articles dealing with Japanese Embargo. Request for contribution to the Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies, as well as requests that Mrs. Blaine use her influence to assist in obtaining an embargo on sending American goods to Japan.

Box   278
Greene, Roger S., Mrs., 1939-1941
Note

Location: Worchester, Massachusetts.

A few personal items and notes of thanks.

Box   278
Greene, W.F., 1930-1932
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Bills for radio rental.

Box   278
Greene, William, Mrs. (Mary McCaffrey), 1905-1914
Note

Location: Lake Clear Junction, New York.

Laundry bills.

Box   278
Greenbaum, Charlotte, 1909-1910
Note

Location: Algeriquine Falls, Ontario.

Invitation response and note of thanks.

Box   278
Greenebaum, James D., 1918-1919
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes the aid of Mrs. Blaine in promoting a Chicago Company's presenting Grand Opera in English. Encloses pamphlet, Democracy in Musical Art.

Box   278
Greenebaum, Michael, 1945, 1948
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes to know if certain of Mrs. Blaine's property is for sale. Last item requests financial support for the Committee to Elect Paul Douglas.

Box   278
Greenebaum, Sarah, 1912, 1916
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation responses.

Box   278
Greenfield, G.H., Mrs., 1940
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Urges support of the Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies.

Box   278
Greenleaf, Bertha Potts, 1876-1910
Note

Location: New York.

Personal letters from a childhood friend.

Box   278
Greenleaf and Crosby Company, 1907
Note

Location: Jacksonville, Florida.

Bills for silverware.

Box   278
Greenleaf, Donald L., 1910-1920
Note: Notes of thanks and condolence from a friend of Emmons Jr.
Box   278
Greenlee, William Brooks, 1930
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wedding announcement.

Box   278
Greenley, Bettina, 1934
Note: Note of thanks for a floral gift.
Box   278
Greenshields, Julia, Home, 1919
Note

Location: Toronto, Canada.

Howe for elderly women. Request for financial support.

Box   278
Greenslade, Robert, 1921, 1934
Note

Location: Highland Park, Illinois.

Bills for electrical work.

Box   278
Greenwich Village Humane League Inc., 1949
Note

Location: New York.

Request for financial support.

Box   278
Greenwood, Alice Swasey, Mrs., 1930-1935
Note

Location: Los Angeles, California.

Request for financial aid.

Box   278
Greenwood Avenue Improvement Association, 1900-1901
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Lists of officers and financial report.

Box   278
Greenwood, Jane, Mrs., 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

73-year-old mandolin player. Wishes to perform for Mrs. Blaine.

Box   278
Greenwood, J.M., 1907
Note

Location: Kansas City, Missouri.

Superintendent of Schools in K.C. Makes a number of suggestions concerning administration and the curriculum of the Parker School.

Box   278
Greenwood's Insurance Agency, 1915-1918
Note

Location: Lake Mills, Wisconsin.

Insurance policies for Henry Favill's farm.

Box   278
Greenwood's State Bank, 1918-1922
Note

Location: Lake Mills, Wisconsin.

Correspondence and bank statements concerning the Milford Meadows Stock Farm.

Box   278
Greer College, 1903
Note

Location: Hoopeston, Illinois.

Requests for financial support.

Box   278
Greer, Edith, 1911
Note

Location: Southwest Harbor, Maine.

Requests return of the book What Children Should Eat.

Box   278
Greer, Joseph Madison, 1940
Note

Location: Phoenix, Arizona.

Bills for medical services to Mrs. Karl Krueger.

Box   278
Greer Motor Car Company, 1905
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill.

Box   278
Greet, Ben, 1912
Note

Location: New York.

Invitation to a picnic.

Box   278
Gregory, Eugene, 1906
Note

Location: Port Carling, Ontario.

Wishes financial support for a school that instructs teachers in physical culture.

Box   278
Gregory, Henrietta, 1934
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes to sell a letter of James G. Blaine.

Box   278
Gregory, Robert Bowman, 1908, 1915
Note

Location: Highland Park, Illinois.

Wedding invitations.

Box   278
Gregory, Robert Bowman, Mrs. (Addie Hibbard), 1915-1948
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Writes in behalf of the Illinois Birth Control Society and encloses some literature. Also urges support of refugee relief work in Geneva, Switzerland in 1932, and aid to Great Britain in 1941. Numerous invitations, responses and personal items.

Box   278
Gregory, Stephen Strong, Jr., 1937, 1945
Note

Location: Winnetka, Illinois.

Invitations.

Box   278
Gregory, Walter L., 1942
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requests support of the War Department's Army Show at Soldier Field.

See also: Hull House, 1938 February 7, Report of Conference of Citizens of Chicago on Relief Situation - page 61.

Box   279
Gregory, Wayne Lawrence, Mrs. (Marjorie Mock), 1938-1945
Note

Location: Evanston, Illinois.

Invitation responses. Also requests that Mrs. Blaine use her influence for the Independent Voters Committee that they might place an ad in the Tribune.

Box   279
Grein Funeral Directors, 1943
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for burial expenses of John Eduard Sweeney.

Box   279
Grenfield, Arthur J., 1948
Note

Location: Great Neck, New York.

Freelance writer and lecturer. Wishes Mrs. Blaine to arrange a series of lectures for him to give during his trip to Australia.

Box   279
Grenfell Association of America Inc., 1911-1930
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requests for contributions to Dr. Grenfell's medical missions in Newfoundland and Labrador. Also pamphlets and annual reports.

Box   279
Grenfell, Wilfred T., 1907-1923
Note

Location: Newfoundland.

Writes concerning his work and thanks Mrs. Blaine for her financial aid.

Box   279
Gresham, Otto, 1904-1905
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation regrets. Also congratulates Mrs. Blaine on securing a position on the Board of Education.

Box   279
Gretter, Garnet E., 1931
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Desires to sell an unimproved business lot.

Box   279
Greutert, Albert, 1947
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Swiss Consul accepts an invitation and wishes to be seated with the Belgian Consul.

Box   279
Grew, Edward Wigglesworth, 1923
Note

Location: Dover, Massachusetts.

Wedding invitation.

Box   279
Grew, Joseph C., 1944
Note: Transcript of speech of former Undersecretary of State - “The Dumbarton Oaks Plan for World Peace and Security.”
Box   279
Grey, Ethan A., Mrs., 1909
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation to luncheon meeting of the Ladies Alliance.

Box   279
Grey, Howard G., 1897
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Requests information concerning Mary Morse Green.

Box   279
Grey, Thomas J., Company, 1931-1940
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Bills for garden supplies.

Box   279
Gribber, John B., Mrs., 1900
Note: Wishes to sell autographed copies of Political Discussions, Legislative, Diplomatic, and Popular, 1856-1886 / by James G. Blaine.
Box   279
Grieve and Jonker, 1936
Note

Location: Pasadena, California.

Floral bills.

Box   279
Griffin, Jonathan, 1939
Note: Address given for the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, “The Ukraine.”
Box   279
Griffin, Minnie Fish, 1911
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks support for a concert being given in Chicago.

Box   279
Griffis Brothers, 1931, 1934
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Bills for furniture repair.

Box   279
Griggis, William, 1939-1940
Note

Location: Lake Forest.

Druggist bills.

Box   279
Griffith, Chauncey, 1948
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Employee at Parker School. Wishes financial help in securing an apartment.

Box   279
Griffith, Etta, 1931
Note

Location: Balboa, California.

Encloses pamphlets concerning better teaching methods.

Box   279
Griffith, Frederick Winter, 1925
Note

Location: Pasadena, California.

Wedding invitation.

Box   279
Griffith and Griffith, 1908
Note

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Wish to sell stereographic photographs.

Box   279
Griffith, Jeanette M., 1902
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Two items regarding teaching positions from a former student at the Parker School. Thanks Mrs. Blaine for her help.

Box   279
Griffith, John, 1912-1930
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Real estate broker. Informs Mrs. Blaine of various properties for sale in the Lake Forest area.

Box   279
Griffith, J.S., Mrs., 1903
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes Mrs. Blaine to attend the biennial convention of the American Committee in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.

Box   279
Griffith, Kenneth Franklin, Mrs. (Marjorie Lynn), 1937
Note: Note of thanks for a wedding gift.
Box   279
Griffith, Margarette E., 1898
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation regrets.

Box   279
Griffith and Warren, 1915
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Solicits Mrs. Blaine's insurance business.

Box   279
Griffith, William G., 1928-1931
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Partner in Griffith and Thornburgh law firm. Correspondence deals with court hearings concerning the medical treatment of Stanley McCormick.

See also:

  • Baker, Hostetler & Sidlo
  • Heaney, Price & Postel
  • Lawler & Degnan
  • O'Melveny, Tuller Meyers
  • Winston, Strewn & Shaw
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Griffith, William G., Mrs., 1929-1930
Note

Location: Santa Barbara, California.

Notes of thanks for floral gifts.

Box   279
Griffiths, John, 1911
Note

Location: Woodstock, Illinois.

Wedding announcement.

Box   279
Griffith's Old Time Shop, 1924
Note

Location: Saranac Lake, New York.

Bill.

Box   279
Griggs, Theodore G., 1949
Note

Location: Morristown, New Jersey.

Blames juvenile delinquency on the inadequate and careless attitudes of the modern churches.

Box   279
Grimm-Hansen-Treland Inc., 1939
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for automobile tools.

Box   279
Grinker, Julius, 1913-1918
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for medical treatment of Miss Florence Vaughn.

Box   279
Grinnell College, 1913, 1937
Note

Location: Grinnell, Iowa.

Requests for financial support.

Box   279
Grip, C.A.E., and Company, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Real estate dealers. Inquire whether Mrs. Blaine would consider selling some of her properties.

Box   279
Griswold, Grace, 1910
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes Mrs. Blaine's support for the establishment of a club for the benefit of students of music, art and drama.

Box   279
Griswold, Lucile Kendall, 1949
Note

Location: Laveen, Arizona.

Columnist for the Arizona Times. Wishes a job with the Compass. Encloses a few of her articles, written under the name of Susan Starr.

Box   279
Grobark, John and Company, 1951
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for office equipment rental.

Box   279
Groesser, Carl, 1899
Note

Location: Premyst, Gallicia (Europe).

Army lieutenant. Writes to High Minded American Ladies, concerning their philanthropy. Encloses a note written in German.

Box   279
Grolier Society, 1911-1914
Note

Location: New York.

Book dealers. A number of book advertisements.

Box   279
Grommes and Ullrich, 1897-1904
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wine bills.

Box   279
Gronowicz, Antoni, 1950
Note

Location: New York.

Wishes return of his book - A Treasury of Slavic Literature.

Box   279
Groom, A.M., Mrs., 1906
Note

Location: Tobius (?) Island.

Bill for room and board and request for contribution to the church fund.

Box   279
Grosh, Frances M., 1906
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes help in securing a position as housekeeper.

Box   279
Gross, E., 1904
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter of introduction for Albert Zimmerman.

Box   279
Gross, Mary, 1904
Note: Bill for house cleaning.
Box   279
Grossberg, Jacob G., 1937
Note: See also: Progressive Lawyers Club, 1937 January 16.
Box   279
Grosscup, Peter Stenger, 1903-1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitations and responses.

Box   279
Grosvenor, William M., 1888
Note

Location: Englewood, New Jersey.

Invitation.

Box   279
Grosvener, William, Mrs., 1889
Note

Location: Paris, France.

Letter describing a trip to France.

Box   279
Grote, Carl A., 1925-1931
Note

Location: Huntsville, Alabama.

Letters regarding the construction of the Huntsville Hospital and the large contributions made by the Mary Virginia McCormick Trustees.

Box   279
Grousd, Mildred, 1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes to talk with Mrs. Blaine.

Box   279
Grove Home for Convalescents, 1938
Note

Location: Evanston, Illinois.

Request for contributions.

Box   279
Grove Park Inn, 1915
Note

Location: Asheville, North Carolina.

Advertisement.

Box   279
Grover, Eliza W., 1900
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitations.

Box   279
Grover, Thomas W., Mrs. (Lillie Winston), 1903
Note: Personal card.
Box   279
Groves, William H., 1899
Note

Location: Gloucester, Virginia.

Asks information about the Parker School.

Box   279
Gruber, Karl, 1946
Note: Address given before the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, “Towards a New Austria.”
Box   279
Greenberg, Sidonie M., Mrs., 1937
Note: See also: Progressive Education Association Conference, 1937 October 28-30.
Box   279
Gruenhagen, Lucy, 1933
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Receipted nursing bill.

Box   279
Grummond, Stephen Benedict, Mrs., 1905
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wedding announcement. Edna Grummond to John Dunham Hawes.

Box   279
Gruner, P., 1910
Note: Thesis of Dr. Gruner of the University of Berne titled “The Problems of Modern Physics.”
Box   280
Grunewald, Forrest R., 1933
Note

Location: Mukwonago, Wisconsin.

Wishes to manage Mrs. Blaine's Lake Mills farm.

Box   280
Grunewald, Lucile, 1909, 1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation regrets.

Box   280
Grunewald, Marguerite, 1909-1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Invitation responses.

Box   280
Gritzner, Hugo, 1936
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Letter from one of Mrs. Blaine's former employees at the estate in Lake Forest.

Box   280
Gruver, Mary Morse, 1918
Note

Location: Burke, Wisconsin.

Letter from elderly resident of the Grisholt Home.

Box   280
Guadalupe College, 1905
Note

Location: Seguin, Texas.

Request for funds from an African American school.

Box   280
Guarantee Company of North America, 1913
Note

Location: New York.

Correspondence relating to an insurance bond for travel in Canada.

Box   280
Guarantee Laundry, 1906
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill.

Box   280
Guardian Angels Center, 1913
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for contributions.

Box   280
Guatemala, Consulate of, undated
Note: See also: Guzman, Carlos.
Box   280
Gude Bly Industrial Training School, 1924
Note

Location: Crockett, Texas.

Request for financial support.

Box   280
Guernsey, Charlotte, 1911
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of thanks.

Box   280
Guernsey, Guy, 1925-1933
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Request for financial support for his campaign for Sanitary District Trustee.

See also: American Ideal Commission, 1925 January 29.

Box   280
Guess, Norman, 1947
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Sends Mrs. Blaine a copy outlining the work of “Your Open Door,” a self-help agency.

Box   280
Guest, Frederick, Mrs., 1933
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of thanks for a floral gift.

Box   280
Guest, Frederick, 1934
Note

Location: New York.

Invitation.

Box   280
Guest, Katherine M., undated
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks Mrs. Blaine's advice concerning smaller kindergarten classes.

Box   280
Guevara, P., 1931
Note: On behalf of Philippine Independence. See also: Progressive Conference, 1931 March 11-12.
Box   280
Gueydan, Jeanne, 1949
Note

Location: New York.

Asks for financial support to pursue a career as a free-lance social worker. Includes biographical sketch.

Box   280
Guffey, Joseph F., 1935
Note

Location: Washington, D.C.

Senator from Pennsylvania. Assures Mrs. Blaine that he voted for the World Court Resolution.

Box   280
Guilford, M.B., 1913
Note

Location: New York.

Correspondence and bills regarding clothing purchases.

Box   280
Guinn, Robert J., 1914
Note

Location: Atlanta, Georgia.

Letter and telegram to Flora Cooke asking that Laura Smith be released from her work at the Parker School so that she may take the position of Primary Supervisor of the Atlanta Schools.

Box   280
Gulick, Alice Gordon, 1901
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes an interview.

Box   280
Gulick, Charlotte V., 1916
Note

Location: New York.

Two items regarding Camp Mesacosa, a girls camp in Maine.

Box   280
Gulick, Luther Halsey, 1905-1914
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Note

Location: New York.

Director of Physical Education for the New York City schools, also director of the Russell Sage Foundation Department of Child Hygiene.

Correspondence, plus transcripts of lectures, regarding the establishment of a comprehensive program of recreation in Chicago as well as his theories of child welfare.

See also: Playground and Recreation Association of America.

Box   280
Gulick, Luther Halsey, Mrs., 1909
Note

Location: New York.

Literature regarding the Sebago-Wohelo Camp for Girls in Maine.

Box   280
Gulick, Sidney L., 1924-1930
Note

Location: New York.

Secretary of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America.

Letters and pamphlets regarding American membership in the League of Nations and the World Court. Also items thanking Mrs. Blaine for financial contributions to the activities of the Federal Council in promoting the Permanent Court of International Justice and the World Court.

See also: Federal Council of Churches, 1921 December 16, Report of Meeting.

Box   280
Gulliver, Lucile, 1948
Note

Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Asks financial support for the publication of John Merrill's book, Playmaking and Plays. Merrill was formerly associated with the Parker School.

Box   280
Gummow, Arthur, Mrs., 1910-1930
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Three items. First asks Mrs. Blaine to help get Mrs. Elizabeth Noyes out of an insane asylum. The other two deal with requests for jobs as personal companion and nurse.

Box   280
Gunderson, Gertrude B., Mrs., 1917
Note

Location: Vermilion, South Dakota.

Telegram regarding distribution of President Wilson's War Message.

Box   280
Gundlach Advertising Company, 1920-1921
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills for newspaper advertising in papers throughout Illinois, “Women of America, Awake.” Also items thanking Mrs. Blaine for advertising on behalf of the National Democratic Committee.

Box   280
Gundlach, Gertrude, 1923
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of thanks.

Box   280
Gundlach, Laura, 1924
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of thanks.

Box   280
Gundlach, Waldo L., 1912
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of thanks.

Box   280
Gunirk, Eloise, Mrs., 1899
Note

Location: Richfield, Virginia.

Choir director of the Presbyterian Church in which Mrs. Blaine placed an organ. Asks for help in setting up a choir fund.

Box   280
Gunn, C.T., Company, 1917-1926
Note

Location: Lake Forest, Illinois.

Grocery bills.

Box   280
Gunn, Dorothy, Mrs., 1916
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks for contribution for the Chicago Forum Association.

Box   280
Gunn, J.H., Mrs., 1903-1904
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Wishes to sell books to the library of the Parker School.

Box   280
Gunsaulus, F.W., 1906-1918
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

President of Armour Institute of Technology. Writes to Edgar Bancroft and Mrs. Blaine concerning his recuperation at Heart's Delight Farm, his lecture tour, and his inability to render further service to the Favill Memorial.

Box   280
Gunter, Frederick, 1931
Note

Location: Los Angeles, California.

Letter from entertainer who performed at Riven Rock.

Box   280
Gunterberg, M.C., 1919
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Floral bill.

Box   280
Gunther, John, 1934, 1939
Note: Transcripts of his speeches on Hitler and “Inside Europe - Now.”
Box   280
Gunther's, C.G., Sons, 1887-1926
Note

Location: New York.

Bills and other correspondence concerning fur items.

Box   280
Gunton, C., 1918
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Notes of thanks.

Box   280
Gunton, William R., 1916-1918
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Various messages from Mrs. Blaine's chauffeur.

Box   280
Gunton, William R., Mrs., 1921
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks help in getting stenographic position.

Box   280
Gurman, Samuel P., 1944
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Chicago alderman. Thanks Mrs. Blaine for a luncheon invitation.

Box   280
Gurnee, A.C., 1892, 1917
Note

Location: Bar Harbor, Maine.

Telegrams regarding the death of Emmons Sr. and the wedding of Emmons Jr.

Box   280
Gurnee, Delia, 1893
Note

Location: New York.

Personal note.

Box   280
Gurnee, Miss, 1900
Note

Location: Bar Harbor, Maine.

Invitation.

Box   280
Gurney, F.J., 1908-1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

One item regarding matriculation of Elizabeth Deadman at the University of Chicago. Last item asks that stenographic work be given to a crippled woman.

Box   280
Gurtler, Lockwood and Johnson, 1913
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Court and general stenographers. Asks for Mrs. Blaine's business.

Box   280
Gustafson, Anna, 1904-1915
Note

Location: Huntsville, Atlanta.

Employee of Mary Virginia McCormick. Thanks Mrs. Blaine for Christmas gifts and describes Miss. McCormick's reaction to the gifts.

Box   280
Gustafson, Charles, 1908-1913
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bills, expense lists and other correspondence concerning Mrs. Blaine's chauffeur.

Box   280
Gustafson, David, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Asks help in getting a job. Encloses references.

Box   280
Gustafson, Mary, 1948-1949
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Attempts to see Mrs. Blaine.

Box   280
Gustafsson, Dagmar, 1938
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill for laboratory services.

Box   280
Gutherie, Cravath & Henderson, 1904
Note

Location: New York.

Note concerning settlement of the claim of W.G. McCormick against Price.

Box   280
Gutherz, Henri F., 1907-1918
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Art dealer. Wishes to sell certain portraits to Mrs. Blaine.

Box   280
Guthrie, Mary G., 1907
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

President of the Chicago Educational Association. Wishes clarification of a recent Board of Education resolution.

Box   281
Gutknecht, John, 1944
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Municipal Court judge. Sends invitation regrets.

See also: Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies, 1940 September 18.

Box   281
Gutterson, Henry H., 1930
Note

Location: San Francisco, California.

Report to J.H. Barnard concerning the earthquake hazard in the stone buildings at Riven Rock.

Box   281
Gutzloe, August, 1919
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Gardeners bill.

Box   281
Gutzon - Borglum, 1909
Note

Location: New York.

Note concerning some photographs.

Box   281
Guzman, Carlos, 1947
Note: Guatemalan consul general. Accepts a dinner invitation.
Box   281
Gwyn, Herbert B., 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of thanks for a gift to his sick wife.

Box   281
Gwyn, Herbert B., Mrs., 1915-1931
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Personal notes.

Box   281
Gwyn, Virginia, 1915
Note

Location: Chicago, Illinois.

Note of thanks for a floral gift.

Box   281
Gyr, Lucille V., 1949
Note

Location: Baltimore, Maryland.

Wishes financial aid in publishing a magazine devoted to poetry.