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titleHarper, William Rainey, 1856-1906. Papers, 1872-1938 (inclusive).
repositoryUniversity of Chicago, Library
descriptionContains correspondence with family, colleagues, faculty, administrators, publishers, and donors; lecture notes; speeches; manuscripts on Old Testament studies; and notebooks. Correspondence with Frederick Gates, Thomas Goodspeed, and Harry Pratt Judson relates to the founding, organization, and early years of the University of Chicago.

Also includes correspondence relating to departments, faculty appointments, and Harper's death. Notebooks relate to University administration and research. Also includes business correpondence between Harper and his secretary, Francis Wayland Shepardson.


Notes:
Professor and head, Department of Semitic Languages and Literatures, University of Chicago, 1891-1906. President, University of Chicago, 1891-1906.

Citation
When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Harper, William Rainey. Papers, [Box #, Folder #], Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library

SEE
Series I: Correspondence
Subseries 1: General
Box: 7
Folder: 25
Correspondence, March 9 - 17, 1905
Bartlett, Florence Dibell
extent12.5 linear ft.
formatsBusiness Papers Personal Papers Correspondence Writings Manuscript
accessNo restrictions.
record linkhttp://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/scrc/ead/ICU.SPCL.wmharper
record sourcehttp://libcat.uchicago.edu/
finding aidFinding aid available in the Department of Special Collections, University of Chicago Library, 1100 E. 57th Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60637. Finding aid: http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/scrc/ead/ICU.SPCL.wmharper
updated04/29/2014 15:30:04
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titleOliver King Papers, 1960s.
repositoryHeard Museum
descriptionIncludes administrative records pertaining to the Heard Museum's Board of Directors, general literature pertaining to the Museum, plans for the 1969 expansion and limited information on the Heard family.

Biographical and Historical Note:
King was the business manager for the Heard Museum from 1960-

Reproduction, publication, or exhibition of this work must include the following credit in proximity to the image or in a special section of credits: Oliver King Papers, Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona
extent.5 linear foot
formatsAdministrative Records
accessCopyright to the works of art is held by the artist, their heirs, assignees, or legates. Copyright to the copy photography and records created by Heard Museum staff is held by the Heard Museum. Requests to reproduce, publish, or exhibit a photograph of an art works requires permissions of the artist and the museum. Patrons must obtain written permission to reproduce or publish photographs of the Heard Museum's holdings. Images must be reproduced in accordance with the policy of Heard Museum and under its guidelines. The Heard Museum reserves the right to refuse reproduction of its holdings and to impose such conditions as it may deem advisable in its sole and absolute discretion in the best interests of the museum.
record sourcehttp://www.phoenixpubliclibrary.org/heard/controller.jsp?R=891926
finding aidFinding aid prepared by LaRee Bates, 2003, available in the Library and on the Internet.
acquisition informationGift of Oliver King[?].
updated11/12/2009 10:59:48
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titleFlorence Bartlett Collection, 1949-1954 (AC 308-p)
repositoryNew Mexico History Museum
descriptionCollection consists of legal documents pertaining to the establishment of the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Contents:
- Letter from William B. McIlvaine to the Museum of New Mexico regardingthe estate of Florence Dibell Bartlett, 7 May 1954
- Letter from Florence Dibell Bartlett to the Museum of New Mexico 9 April 1949
- Florence Dibell Bartlett estimate of the expenses of the Museum of International Folk Art, n.d.
- Will of Florence Dibell Bartlett, 9 July 1953
- Petition for admission of will to probate, 4 May 1954

Personal History
Florence Bartlett collected international folk art, and bequeathed money to the establishment of the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
extent1 Folder
formatsLegal Papers Correspondence
accessNone.
record linkhttp://rmoa.unm.edu/docviewer.php?docId=nmsm1ac308-p.xml
record sourcehttp://rmoa.unm.edu/docviewer.php?docId=nmsm1ac308-p.xml#id2779481
finding aidContact repository for restrictions and policies.
updated12/30/2010 14:04:05
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