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Mary Jameson Judah correspondence

 File — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS SC 1152
Scope and Contents

Handwritten correspondence between Judah and various friends and authors. Most of the items relate to personal matters and questions concerning writing. Correspondents include the writers James Whitcomb Riley (1849-1916) and Henry Blake Fuller (1857-1929).

Dates: 1864-1921

Mary Jameson Judah letters received

 File — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS SC 1170
Scope and Contents Handwritten letters to Judah from her spouse John, Henry B. Fuller, and Blanche Bates. Her husband's letters date from 1879-1880 while he was in the Rocky Mountains investigating mining investments, and discuss personal and business matters. The Fuller letters detail his future writing plans. The Blake Letter describes a theater production in Chicago. Also included are a certificate for five shares of Arena Publishing Company stock owned by Mary Judah and a death announcement for Lew...
Dates: 1879-1919

Meredith Nicholson letters

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: Vault MSS 638
Scope and Contents

Two handwritten and signed letters. One was written to Mary Jameson Judah thanking her for a gift. The other, written to John M. Judah, describes a sailing poem.

Dates: 1893-1925

James Whitcomb Riley letters

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: Vault MSS 635
Scope and Contents

Contains five handwritten and signed letters to John M. and Mary Jameson Judah. The letters discuss travel and lecture plans of Mr. Riley and arrangements to stay at the Judah's home.

Dates: 1880-1894

Ida M. Tarbell letters to Mary Jameson Judah

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: Vault MSS 643
Scope and Contents

Two signed letters to Mary Jameson Judah. One discusses plans to stay at the Judah home. The other solicits material for publication from Judah for the newly established American Magazine.

Dates: 1906

Lew Wallace letter

 File — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS SC 1157
Scope and Contents

Handwritten and signed letter to Mary Jameson Judah discussing the improbability of making a diplomatic appointment for her.

Dates: 1921