Papers of Philinda Parsons Rand Anglemyer, 1901-1909
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Conditions Governing Use
Copying. Papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.
.42 linear feet ((1 file box) plus 6 folders of photographs)
In addition, there are papers from Anglemyer's schools, papers re: Thaddeus Delos Anglemyer's employment, the Anglemyers' wedding announcement, essays by Anglemyer about the history of the Philippines and here experiences there, and a typed copy of a lecture on Philippine history by Marguerite Rand, Anglemyer's sister.
Most of the photographs are from the Philippines and depict Anglemyer and her co-workers and students, with some photographs of Philippine sights and activities that are described in Anglemyer's letters. One photograph shows Anglemyer's childhood home in Somerville, Massachusetts.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
These papers of Philinda Parsons Rand Anglemyer were given to the Schlesinger Library by her daughters, Katharine and Mary Anglemyer, in May and July 1986.
By: Susan J. von Salis
- Anglemyer, Philinda Parsons Rand, 1876-1972. Papers of Philinda Parsons Rand Anglemyer, 1901-1909: A Finding Aid
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