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titleLouise du Pont Crowninshield Letters, 1929-1930.
repositoryHagley Museum and Library
descriptionThere are two letters of June 27, 1929, and August 25, 1930, both addressed to Nell (McCall) Pringle. She was distantly related to Mrs. Crowninshield through Christina Wood of Woodstown, N.J. Mrs. Crowninshield sent both of Mrs. Pringle's sons to Phillips Andover and her daughter to Wellesley.

Biogrpahical and Historical Note
Louise Evelina du Pont was born on August 3, 1877, the second daughter of Henry Algernon du Pont and the great-granddaughter of E. I. du Pont, the founder of the Du Pont Company. She married Francis Boardman Crowninshield in 1900.
extent2 items.
formatsCorrespondence
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record sourcehttp://www.loc.gov/coll/nucmc/
updated04/29/2014 15:30:02
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titleLouise du Pont Crowninshield Papers, 1806-1958
repositoryHagley Museum and Library
descriptionThis accession contains the papers of Louise du Pont Crowninshield and her husband, mother, and other du Pont family members. Louise du Pont Crowninshield's outgoing correspondence, 1896-1956, includes letters to
her mother, 1896-1897, describing social activities such as visiting, boating, golf, tennis, bicycling, and parties. Additional outgoing correspondence includes orders for householdfurnishings and plants; and journal letters from the 1950s pertaining to cruises with descriptions of travel, food, and surroundings.

Crowninshield's incoming correspondence, 1885-1900, contains invitations and letters from friends and cousins written before her marriage. Topics include gossip, courting, fashion, social activities, and school. Some of the correspondence refers to New York society life in the late 1890s, including the Bradley and Cornelia Martin Ball held at the Waldorf Hotel in February 1897. Additional incoming correspondence, 1920-1937, consists of letters from acquaintances and family pertaining to travel, family news, and gardening.

Louise du Pont Crowninshield's papers include property files containing correspondence regarding her real estate; and tax files containing correspondence and returns for federal, state, county, and property taxes for both Crowninshields. Crowninshield's memberships in the Garden Club of America. and the Kenmore Association are documented in publications, annual meeting programs, and correspondence. Bills and receipts from the
1920s through 1950 show expenditures for personal and household goods and antiques, primarily for the Eleutherian Mills residence. Miscellaneous papers include travel diaries; dog pedigree records; scrapbook of trade cards and greeting cards; nineteenth-century school copy books; and materials for a Sunday school class she taught in 1890 with attendance list and religious pamphlets.

The papers of Francis B. Crowninshield primarily consist of letters written to his wife, 1920s-1940s, regarding his activities such as hunting, visiting with friends, and sailing. The collection also contains nineteenth-century family papers,,' Pauline Foster du Pont's papers include correspondence. The out file has letters to her daughter Louise, 1895-1900, regarding family activities, health, and weather. Incoming letters . from her sister Anna Foster Robinson and other family members and friends, 1876-1898, are primarily sympathy letters or gift acknowledgments. Volumes pertaining to St. Margaret Society of Christ Church, of which Pauline Foster du Pont was president, 1891-1897, contains names and attendance of members and records of proceeds from fund-raising events.

Additional papers consist of an address book with names and addresses of dressmakers, shops, and services in Paris and London recipe book; account book; list of wedding presents, 1874; and school copy books, 1860s. Other du Pont female family members are represented in this collection. Correspondents include Louise du Pont Crowninshield's aunt Sophie M. Du Pont and grandmother Louisa Gerhard du Pont. Of special interest are the "Visitors on the Tancopanican" and Tancopanican Chronicle," 1830-1834, written by E.I. du Pont's daughters describing visitors to their home and containing details about their domestic activities and entertainment of friends, family, and their father's business acquaintances. Additional
papers of the daughters of E.I. du Pont include copybooks, 1806-1846; albums of poetry and sketches, 1823; and pattern book and patterns for needlework.

Additional letters written by Louise du Pont Crowninshield to her parents can be found in Related Materials:

Papers of Col. Henry A. du Pont and Francis B. Crowninshield, also owned by the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, are also housed at the Hagley Museum and Library.

Winterthur Manuscripts, Group 8, Series B and I. Additional incoming and outgoing correspondence with her brother Henry F. du Pont is located in Winterthur Manuscripts, Group 10, Series A.

The Pictorial Collections Department houses various photographs of Louise du Pont Crowninshield, her family, residences, and vacations. See Accessions 7LMSS.471, 69.59. and 71.209
extent19.5 linear ft.
formatsCorrespondence Financial Records Diaries Ephemera
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies.
bibliographyDescribed in, John Beverley Riggs, A GUIDE TO MANUSCRIPTS IN THE ELEUTHERIAN MILLS HISTORICAL LIBRARY, ACCESSIONS THROUGH THE YEAR 1965 (Greenville, Del.: Eleutherian Mills Historical Library, 1970).
record sourcehttp://digital.hagley.org
finding aidCollection is owned by the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, but housed at Hagley Museum and Library. It was assembled from 1969-1979 by transfers and gifts from various sources: in 1969, from the clerical division of the Wilmington, Del. office of Henry Francis du Pont and the H.F. du Pont House; in 1971, from the main museum building; in 1972, from the office of the properties and gardens divisions at Winterthur; in 1973, from the H.F. du Pont House and the main museum building; in 1974, from the Coach House, the Gray Building, the H.F. du Pont House, and the office of the properties and gardens divisions; and in 1979, from the office of the properties and gardens division. Organization: Collection is arranged in ten series and within each box, folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title. Series 2 contains corporate records such as bills and banking records; series 3 holds correspondence; series 4 is governmental in that it contains customs documents; series 5 has handwritten manuscripts; series 6 holds objects; series 7 has photographic items; series 8 holds publications, such as books; series 9 holds the social items; series 10 telegrams; and series 11 holds miscellaneous items. Series 1 is not represented. The original finding aid to the collection, done in MSAccess, appears at the end of this finding aid. PROVENANCE Collection is owned by the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, but housed at Hagley Museum and Library. It was assembled from 1969-1979 by transfers and gifts from various sources: in 1969, from the clerical division of the Wilmington, Del. office of Henry Francis du Pont and the H.F. du Pont House; in 1971, from the main museum building; in 1972, from the office of the properties and gardens divisions at Winterthur; in 1973, from the H.F. du Pont House and the main museum building; in 1974, from the Coach House, the Gray Building, the H.F. du Pont House, and the office of the properties and gardens divisions; and in 1979, from the office of the properties and gardens division.
updated09/03/2009 10:20:54
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titleLouise du Pont Crowninshield Papers, 1806-1958
repositoryThe Winterthur Library
descriptionCollection contains correspondence with friends and relatives, banking records, a will, advertisements, agreements, speeches, genealogical notes, diaries, photographs, publications, addresses, invitations, a baptism certificate, and telegrams.

Biographical and Historical Note
Louise du Pont Crowninshield was the daughter of Col. Henry Algernon du Pont and Mary Pauline Foster and sister to Henry Francis du Pont. On June 28, 1900, she married Francis Boardman Crowninshield. They lived in Boston and at Eleutherian Mills near Wilmington, Del. Louise was active on church and charitable committees, and as an ardent gardener, she was a member of many horticultural organizations. Interested in historic preservation, she restored the du Pont family house at Eleutherian Mills, collected antiques, and belonged to many historical societies. During the Truman administration, she was on the committee to redecorate the White House. Louise was a founding trustee of the National Trust for Historic Preservation in 1949 and was vice-chairman of the board in 1953.

location
Winterthur Archives material on loan to Hagley Museum and Library. Winterthur Arc. 21.

Associated materials
Papers of Col. Henry A. du Pont and Francis B. Crowninshield, also owned by the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, are also housed at the Hagley Museum and Library.

Papers of Mary Pauline Foster and Henry F. du Pont are housed in the Winterthur Archives.
extent8 boxes
formatsCorrespondence Financial Records Diaries Photographs Ephemera
accessNo restrictions on use.
record linkhttp://findingaid.winterthur.org/html/HTML_Finding_Aids/arc21.htm
record sourcehttp://library.winterthur.org:8000/cgi-bin/webgw
finding aidFinding aid available at this repository as well as online.
updated06/10/2009 15:03:38
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titleCrowninshield Family Letters, 1938-1950.
repositoryHagley Museum and Library
descriptionEleven letters of Francis Boardman Crowninshield and one of his wife Louise du Pont Crowninshield to their cousins Alfred E. Bissell and Julie du Pont Bissell. Most letters are simple exchanges of family news and pleasantries, with a few jibes at Pres. Roosevelt and the New Deal. The letter of Mrs. Crowninshield thanks the Bissells for their help in her bereavement following the death of her husband.
extent12 items.
formatsCorrespondence
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies.
record sourcehttp://www.loc.gov/coll/nucmc/
updated10/06/2011 14:51:38
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titleHagley Museum Oral history interviews, 1954-1984.
repositoryHagley Museum and Library
descriptionThe oral histories were conducted for the purposes of investigating the history of the Hagley Museum site and supporting its programs of development and interpretation. They were conducted by museum staff in two series, the first between 1954 and 1974 and the second between 1980 and 1984.

The first series included survivors from among the last generation of powder workers to work in the Hagley Yard, as well as acquaintances of Mrs. Crowninshield, the last owner of the Eleutherian Mills residence, and Luther D. Reed, the first general director of the museum. The second group are primarily children of the last generation of powder workers, who describe their childhoods and life in the Wilmington area before World War II.

The interviewers typically solicited a biographical sketch from each subject. A photographic portrait was taken to accompany the earliest interviews. The interviews are primarily devoted to the nature of everyday life in the Wilmington area. This includes work history at Du Pont, both on and off the Hagley site, and with other area employers, domestic life, the workers' communities surrounding the Hagley Yard, and social life outside the home. Some of the interviewees give their opinions of various members of the du Pont family and company management.

Luther D. Reed gives his version of the events surrounding the formation of the Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation and the original construction of the Hagley Museum.
extentTranscripts: 5.0 linear ft.
formatsInterviews Transcript
accessNo restrictions on use.
record sourcehttp://www.loc.gov/coll/nucmc/
finding aidList of interviewees available at the repository.
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titlePierre S. Du Pont Papers, 1880-1954.
repositoryHagley Museum and Library
descriptionThe personal and business papers document Pierre S. du Pont's business career and political activities. There is a significant body of material describing the history of the Du Pont Company and the General Motors Corporation which trace the transformation of these two firms into modern, centrally administered corporations during the early years of the twentieth century. The evolving relationship between business strategy and corporate structure is documented, as is the role that research and development played in shaping the success of these two companies.

Records of the G.M.-Du Pont Company anti-trust suit contain important documentation on the history of two firms and the relationship that evolved between them in the years between 1920 and 1948.

The files on the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment trace the campaign for repeal during the 1920s. Included are executive committee minutes, correspondence files, research notes, speeches, financial records, as well as material on the Labor Commission on Prohibition, and Veteran's Repeal League. American Liberty League papers document du Pont's opposition to the New Deal.

The collection also includes a substantial body of material on economic conditions during the Depression. The records can be found in the National Labor Board files. Pierre du Pont's role in building the Empire State Building in New York City is well documented, as are his numerous outside investments and directorships. There are also records tracing his involvement in the movement to reform education in Delaware and modernize the state highway system.

The early years of Longwood Gardens are also well described.

Biographical and Historical Notes:
Pierre Samuel du Pont was born at Nemours, Delaware on January 15, 1870. He was the eldest son of Lammot and Mary Belin du Pont. He graduated from the William Penn Charter School in Philadelphia in 1886 and from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology four years later.

After graduation he returned to Delaware and became assistant superintendent of the Brandywine black powder mills. During the late 1890s he invested in the Citizens Gas & Electric Company and The Johnson Company of Lorain, Ohio. In the years between 1899 and 1902 he worked with his two cousins, T. Coleman and Alfred I. du Pont to reorganize the Du Pont company, which was formally incorporated under the name of E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company on February 26, 1902. With T. Coleman as president, Pierre became vice president, treasurer, and assistant secretary. As a member of the finance committee he played a pivotal role in reorganizing the company into a multi-divisional, modern corporation. In 1907 he was named as a defendant in an anti-trust case which five years later resulted in the signing of a consent degree which led to the formation of the Hercules and Atlas Powder companies. In 1915 P. S. du Pont purchased T. Coleman's stock and in 1915 he became president of the company. In 1915 he was elected as director of the General Motors Company, which at the time was near bankruptcy. Working with Alfred Sloan he reorganized the company and in 19.

20 replaced William C. Durant as president.

In the 1920s Pierre S. du Pont was very active in the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment. In 1933 he was named to the National Industrial Recovery Administration's National Labor Relations Board, but resigned a year later. In the years between 1934 and 1941, he was active in the American Liberty League. In 1944 he resigned from the board of General Motors, but found himself four years later involved in an anti-trust suit when the government charged the G.M.-Du Pont Company relationship was an illegal restraint of trade.

In 1953 Pierre du Pont chartered the Longwood Library Association. He died on April 5, 1954.
extent1,000 linear ft.
formatsBusiness Papers Personal Papers Financial Records Legal Papers Ephemera
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies.
bibliographyDescribed in, John Beverley Riggs, A GUIDE TO MANUSCRIPTS IN THE ELEUTHERIAN MILLS HISTORICAL LIBRARY, ACCESSIONS THROUGH THE YEAR 1965. (Greenville, Del.: Eleutherian Mills Historical Library, 1970).
record sourcehttp://www.loc.gov/coll/nucmc/
finding aidUnpublished finding aids available at the repository
acquisition informationFound In: Longwood Manuscripts (CStRLIN)DEHV87-A31.
updated10/06/2011 14:51:38
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titleWalt Biddle Oral history interview, 1994 [transcript].
repositoryHagley Museum and Library
descriptionBiddle was interviewed by Debra Hughes, Curator of Collections ? the domestic staff and their specific duties; and domestic furnishings

Biographical and Historical Notes:
Walter Arthur Biddle was a gardener in the household of Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Crowninshield of Marblehead, Mass., and Greenville, Del. The Crowninshields occupied Eleutherian Mills, the oldest of the du Pont mansions, in 1922 and resided there for serveral months every spring and fall. When the estate became part of the Hagley Museum and Library after Mrs. Crowninshield's death in 1958, Biddle joined the Hagley staff. He retired on June 30, 1985.
extent1 item.
formatsInterviews Transcript
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies.
record sourcehttp://www.loc.gov/coll/nucmc/
updated10/06/2011 14:51:38
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titlePauline Foster Du Pont Papers, 1861-1902.
repositoryThe Winterthur Library
descriptionThis collection contains invoices, and materials relating to stocks and securities transactions, correspondence to family and friends, books, social forms, recipes, photographs and a botanical scrapbook.

Biographical and Historical Note
Mary Pauline Foster was the daughter of Herman Ten Eyck Foster (d. 1869) and Mary Pauline Lentilhon Foster (1825-1849) of New York. She was born at the family estate, Lakeland, near Geneva. Her mother died when she was ten days old, and she was raised by her father and maternal grandmother, Eliza Smith Lentilhon. After touring Europe between 1869 and 1871, she married Henry A. du Pont in 1874.

They returned to Europe until 1876 and afterward lived at "Winterthur" in Delaware. Du Pont was a vice president of the American McAll Association, taught once a week at the St. Margaret's Society, and was involved with church work.

Mary Pauline Foster was born in Lakeland, New York. On July 15, 1874, she married Henry Algernon du Pont. Their two surviving children were Louise Evelina du Pont and Henry Francis du Pont. She was interested in music, religion, and genealogy.

Associated materials
Papers of Col. Henry Algernon du Pont owned by the Henry Franci du Pont Winterthur Museum are housed at the Hagley Museum and Library.

Papers of Henry Francis du Pont owned by the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum are housed in the Winterthur Archives.

Papers of Louise Evelina du Pont Crowninshield owned by the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum are housed at the Hagley Museum and Library.

Location
The Winterthur Library: Winterthur Archives, Winterthur, DE 19735.

Call Number
Arc. 26
extent12.75 linear ft.
formatsCorrespondence Diaries Journals
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies.
record sourcehttp://library.winterthur.org:8000/cgi-bin/webgw
finding aidA finding aid is available at this repository and online.
updated06/10/2009 15:03:38
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titleBullitt family papers - Oxmoor collection, additional papers, 1920-1968.
repositoryFilson Historical Society
descriptionThis collection consists of letters dated 1920-1968 written by Thomas, Nora, and Barbara Bullitt to their parents William Marshall and Nora Iasigi Bullitt. The letters dated 1920-1938 were written by the children while they were away at boarding schools and mostly concern their education, family life, and social life. The letters dated 1939-1968 were written after the Bullitt children began their careers or married and concern current events, social events, and descriptions of family life. There were several letters from the Bullitt grandchildren as well.
extent4 cubic feet.
formatsCorrespondence
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies.
record sourcehttp://filson.ipac.dynixasp.com/#focus
finding aidCard catalog available
updated10/06/2011 11:55:58
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titleLouisa Gerhard Du Pont Papers, 1836-1899.
repositoryThe Winterthur Library
descriptionThe papers consist primarily of outgoing correspondence (1836-1837, 1851-1899). The majority of the letters were written to her son, Henry A. du Pont, her sister-in-law, Sophie M. Du Pont, and daughter-in-law, Mary Pauline Foster du Pont. There are also letters to other family members. The letters contain news about family, health, the children, clothing patterns, and servants. The incoming correspondence (1861-1896) consists of letters from family and friends.

Notes:
Louisa Gerhard was a daughter of William (1774-1848) and Sarah Wood Gerhard (1781-1851) of Philadelphia. In 1837, she married Henry du Pont (1812-1889), a son of Eleuthère Irénée du Pont, the founder of the family gunpowder firm. Henry du Pont was a graduate of West Point and served in the military until 1843, when he resigned and joined the family business. He was senior partner from 1850 until his death. Henry and Louisa du Pont had nine children and resided at "Eleutherian Mills", the original family homestead near Wilmington.

Associated materials
Papers of Gen. Henry du Pont, Col. Henry A. du Pont, Evelina du Pont, and Victorine du Pont Foster, all owned by the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, are also housed at the Hagley Museum and Library.

Notes
Winterthur Archives material on loan to Hagley Museum and Library.

Call Number
Arc. 20
extent3 linear ft.
formatsCorrespondence
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies.
record linkhttp://findingaid.winterthur.org/html/HTML_Finding_Aids/arc20.htm
record sourcehttp://library.winterthur.org:8000/cgi-bin/webgw
finding aidFinding aid available at this repository as well as online.
acquisition informationForms part of Group 7, Series B, of the Winterthur Manuscripts.
updated06/10/2009 15:03:38
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titleHenry Belin Du Pont Papers, 1920-1970.
repositoryHagley Museum and Library
descriptionThe papers document Henry Belin du Pont's career with the Du Pont Company and General Motors Corporation, as well as his interests in aviation and the Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation. Du Pont Company materials include records of stock transfers and bonuses. Also, included are reports from company economist, E.E. Lincoln.

General Motors materials are primarily concerned with the general aviation industry particularly through its connection with the Beech Aircraft Corporation. Du Pont's involvement with Atlantic Aviation is well described through correspondence, minutes of management committees, and financial records. Du Pont's support of the Bellanca Aircraft Corporation through stock purchases and other financial contributions is also documented, as is Du Pont's support of the Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation. Research files include a typescript copy of Alden Hatch's "Story of Remington Arms" (1953), "Ships Built by Pusey and Jones" 1946), and Francis Gurney du Pont's "History of Explosions on the Brandywine" and "Accidents at Carney's Point".

The records also document Henry Belin du Pont's interest in collecting antiques, in his collection of automobiles, and his experiences as an aviator and yachtsman His love of the sea deepened into an interest in maritime history and to the endowment of a preservation shipyard attached to Mystic Seaport.

There are also files on du Pont's homes and farms, his involvement in local civic affairs, and his participation in the construction of the Westmorland subdivision in Wilmington. Other items of note include the log for a voyage of the British bark Peri from Gravesend to New Zealand in 1889; a report on radio stations and networks by BBD? a list of ships built by Pusey and Jones; and a history of the Peach Bottom Railway by Hugh R.Gibb.

Biographical and Historical Note
Henry Belin du Pont Jr., was born on July 23, 1898. He attended Yale University and the Massachussetts Institute of Technology, graduating with a B.S. in Engineering in 1923. From 1923 to 1925 he was employed at General Motors' Dayton, Ohio research laboratory. In 1927 he came to the Du Pont Company's Engineering Department. In 1937 he became Assistant to the President and the next year he was named director and secretary of General Motors.

Henry Belin du Pont had a life time interest in aviation and in 1938 founded Atlantic Aviation. He was also a director of Trans World Airlines. He was a trustee of the Longwood Library and the Eleutherian Mills Hagley Foundation.

Henry Belin du Pont retired from Du Pont in May 1963 and died on April 13, 1970.
extent62 linear ft.
formatsBusiness Papers Ephemera Personal Papers
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies.
record sourcehttp://www.loc.gov/coll/nucmc/
finding aidUnpublished finding aid available at the repository.
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titleHenry Algernon du Pont Papers, 1848-1926.
repositoryThe Winterthur Library
descriptionConsists of correspondence, bills, manuscripts, cartographic and pictorial items, and social materials dealing with politics, society, corporations, and the Winterthur estate. Much of the correspondence is corporate in nature; it relates to various financial interests, including local railroad companies.

Biographical and Historical Note
Henry Algernon du Pont, son of Henry and Louisa Gerhard du Pont, was born on July 30, 1838 at Eleutherian Mills, near Wilmington, Del. After attending the University of Pennsylvania from 1855-1856, he enrolled at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. and graduated at the head of his class in 1861. By 1864, du Pont was a Lieutenant Colonel in the Army. He won a Congressional Medal of Honor for his heroic efforts at the Battle of Cedar Creek during the Civil War. From 1906-1917, H.A. du Pont was a U.S. Senator. Du Pont was a staunch Republican and served on many committees in Washington. He was the author of several military reminiscences and was the family’s historian. He was also a farmer and had one of the most valuable private Holstein herds in the United States. Du Pont resided on an estate named Winterthur, located near Wilmington, Del.

On July 15, 1874, du Pont married Mary Pauline Foster of New York City. Only two of their children survived into adulthood, Henry Francis du Pont and Louise du Pont Crowninshield. Upon H.A. du Pont's death on Dec. 31, 1926, his son inherited the Winterthur estate.

Notes
Winterthur Archives material on loan to Hagley Museum and Library.

Location
The Winterthur Library: Winterthur Archives, Winterthur, DE 19735.

Call Number
Arc. 12
extent53 boxes + 22 objects.
formatsCorrespondence Financial Records Manuscript Ephemera Artifacts
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies.
record sourcehttp://library.winterthur.org:8000/cgi-bin/webgw
finding aidFolder title listing available at this repository as well as online.
updated06/10/2009 15:03:38
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titleKim Burdick Research notes on Louise du Pont Crowninshield, 1999-2002.
repositoryHagley Museum and Library
descriptionThe notes consist of photocopies of all surviving letters to and from Louise du Pont Crowninshield (1877-1958) an early advocate of historic preservation. The documents were copied from originals in the Hagley Museum and Library and other repositories. The notes were used to write several articles, to produce lectures and slide shows, and for a projected film on Mrs. Crowninshield's role in establishing the historic preservation movement.

Bio/History:
Kim Burdick is a public historian, preservationist and former advisor to the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
extent7 v.
formatsCorrespondence Notes
accessNo restrictions on access. Only pages that are copies of documents owned by the Hagley Museum and Library may be photocopied
record sourcehttp://www.loc.gov/coll/nucmc/
updated10/06/2011 14:51:38
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