Margaret Little papers

Description

Series XXII. Papers of Margaret Little (1888-1967), 1893-1912, undated, includes correspondence dated between 1893 and 1912, undated school papers, miscellaneous ephemera, and printed material. See also: calling card (#22.313). The series is arranged in four subseries according to material type.

Details

Descriptive Terms

education
history (discipline)
world's fairs
correspondence
writings (document genre)
church bulletins
postcards
clippings (information artifacts)
programs (documents)

Physical Description

Family papers (16 folders)

Finding Aid Info

Paper finding aid available in Library and Archives

Collection Code

MS016

Collection Name

Little family papers

Date of Acquisition

1986

Reference Code

MS016.22

Acquisition Type

Bequest

Record Details

Originator

Little, Margaret Bradley, 1888-1967 (Recipient)

Material Type

correspondence
writings (document genre)
church bulletins
postcards
clippings (information artifacts)
programs (documents)

Other Organizations

Apostolic Church

Description Level

Subgroup

Historical/Biographical Note

Historical/Biographical Note

Margaret Little was the daughter of Daniel Noyes Little. For many years, she divided her time between Detroit, where she taught at a private school, and Newbury, where she spent her summers. She was described as a birder and a great baseball fan.

Arrangement

Arrangement

This subgroup is arranged as follows:1. Correspondence, 1893-19122. Literary papers, undated3. Miscellaneous, undated4. Printed material, 1909, undated