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Wharton, Edith, 1862-1937

 Person

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Letter from Beatrix Farrand to Mildred Bliss, May 31, 1938

File — Box: B: 2, Folder: 24Identifier: DDO-RB-GAR-001, B:BF 1938.05.31
Scope and Contents:

Copy of typescript letter from Beatrix Farrand to Mildred Bliss tells her that the two [Odilon] Redon pictures which belonged to Edith Wharton will remain with her for her lifetime, then the smaller oil painting will go to Dumbarton Oaks if it wishes to have it. She has made a memorandum for her executors indicating her desire.

Letter from Mildred Bliss, Dumbarton Oaks, Georgetown, Washington, D.C. to Trix, June 13, 1938

File — Box: B: 2, Folder: 28Identifier: DDO-RB-GAR-001, B:MB 1938.06.13
Scope and Contents: Dictated typescript letter with handwritten signature and postscript from Mildred Bliss to Beatrix Farrand. Mildred Bliss was hoping that Beatrix Farrand would stop in Washington, D.C. on her way to Calfornia as she had much to talk over with her. She thanks her for the recent letter and photographs. She reports the Garden Club met at Dumbarton Oaks and Anne Sweeney gave a talk about the Catalogue House. Royall Tyler leaves for New York and Robert Bliss is going to hear him speak at the...

Letters to Margaret Chanler

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection — Box: 1Identifier: 2002M-45
Summary:

Letters to Margaret Terry Chanler. Correspondents include the following: Owen Wister, John Jay Chapman, Theodore Roosevelt, Edith Wharton, F. Marion Crawford, Joe Alsop, John LaFarge, Hans Coudenhove, Henry Cabot Lodge, Elizabeth Chanler Chapman, and Laura E. Richards.

Papers of the Bradley family, 1813-2009

Collection Identifier: MC 424; T-162
Overview:

Correspondence, family and business records, journals, etc., of the Bradley, Merry, and Aldis families from New England.

Telegram from Mildred Bliss, Cody, Wyoming to Mrs. Max Farrand, Bar Harbor, Maine, August 11, 1938

File — Box: B: 2, Folder: 39Identifier: DDO-RB-GAR-001, B:MB 1938.08.11
Scope and Contents:

Western Union telegram from Mildred Bliss to Beatrix Farrand tells Beatrix she has loving memories of Beatrix and Edith [Wharton] on the day of Wharton's death one year ago. Signed: "Trix mine".