Lee, Mary, 1891-1982. Papers of Mary Lee, 1834-1982 (inclusive), 1915-1949 (bulk):
A Finding Aid
Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe
Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
© President and Fellows of Harvard College
Call No.: MC 587
Repository: Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe
Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Creator: Mary Lee, 1891-1982
Title: Papers of Mary Lee, 1834-1982 (inclusive), 1915-1949 (bulk)
Quantity: 22.31 linear feet (51 + 1/2 file boxes, 1 card file box) plus 1 folio folder, 3 folio+ folders, 1 oversized
folder, 60 photograph folders, 1 folio photograph folder, 1 folio+ photograph folder)
Language of materials: Materials in English.
Abstract: Correspondence, biographical and financial material, clippings and articles, book-related
files, family papers, and photographs of author and journalist Mary Lee.
Accession numbers: 51-26, 82-M124, 82-M144, 83-M169, 83-M262
The papers of Mary Lee were placed on deposit in the Schlesinger Library in 1951 by
Mary Lee; she donated them to the library in June 1960. Additional papers were given to the
library by her estate in 1982 and 1983.
Reprocessed: June 2009
By: Stacey Flatt
Copyright. Copyright in the papers created by Mary Lee is held by the President and
Fellows of Harvard College for the Schlesinger Library. Copyright in other papers
in the collection may be held by their authors, or the authors' heirs or assigns.
Researchers must obtain the written permission of the holder of copyright and the
director of the Schlesinger Library before publishing quotations from materials in
Copying. Papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.
Mary Lee Papers, 1834-1982; item description, dates. MC 587, folder #. Schlesinger
Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
There is related material at the Schlesinger Library; see Papers of Mary Lee, 1913-1964
(inclusive), 1913-1920 (bulk) (SC 76
Donors: Mary Lee
Accession number: MC 587
Processed by: Stacey Flatt
The following items have been transferred to the Schlesinger Library Books and Printed
- Wat Een Oorlog, by Mary Lee [translation of "It's a Great War!", N.V. Johan Mulder's Uitg. MY, Gouda, 1931
- ¡Vaya una guerra!, by Mary Lee [translation of "It's a Great War!", Editorial Juventud S. A., Barcelona, 1931
Mary Lee was born in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, on December 10, 1891, the eldest
child of Francis Wilson and Marion (Dove) Lee. Lee had a brother, Guy (1894-1953)
and three sisters: Isabella (1895-1970), Susan (1897-1972), and Alice (1899-1988).
Her early education took place at the Chestnut Hill School and Miss Winsor's School
in Boston; she later received a stenographer's diploma in 1913 from Bryant & Stratton
Business College in Boston. Lee attended Radcliffe College, graduating magna cum laude
in 1917, with a B.A. degree in government, history, and economics. After graduating,
Lee joined the American Red Cross as a secretary in Washington, D.C., in the spring
of 1917. She then joined the Base Hospital Number 6 (Massachusetts General Hospital
Unit) staff of the American Expeditionary Forces (A.E.F.), and was shipped to France,
working at a hospital in Petit Lycée de Talence outside Bordeaux. To move closer to
the war effort, Lee transferred to the headquarters of the American Air Service in
Paris as a secretary in January 1918. Her office was responsible for buying airplanes
from the French government for use by United States pilots. In the fall of that same
year, Lee joined the American YMCA as a canteen worker in the Zone of Advance at the
First Air Depot at Colombey-les-Belles, near Toul. She became ill and after several
weeks in a hospital, went on sick leave to the Riviera. After the Armistice, a recovered
Lee went to Germany with the Army of Occupation, serving in different places in the
American Bridgehead, across the Rhine River from Koblence. She eventually ended up
with the First Division and returned home in July 1919, marching with them in parades
in New York City and Washington, D.C.
After the war, Lee returned to Radcliffe College, receiving her M.A. in government,
history, and economics in 1920. She moved to New York City, working as a member of
the city staff of the New York Evening Post for three years as the only woman among six reporters. With her knowledge of French
and German, Lee was often sent to the harbor to meet boats, interviewing famous people
including Arthur Balfour, Lord Beatty, Stanley Baldwin, Margot Asquith, Lady Astor,
among others as they arrived onshore. While in New York, Lee lived in Greenwich House,
a settlement house, doing social work in her evening hours and on weekends. In 1923
she traveled to Greece, Italy, France, and England, with her mother and one of her
sisters, studying archaeology and acting as foreign correspondent for the New York Evening Post. She left the job after the 1923 collapse of the newspaper.
After living in New York City as a journalist for almost 5 years, Lee moved back to
Chestnut Hill in 1925 to live with her mother. Lee wrote historical and biographical
sketches for school readers published by the Atlantic Monthly Press and began writing
a book based on her wartime experiences. She spent two years writing the book, working
between the family home in Chestnut Hill and their summer estate in Westport, New
York, where the Lee family had been vacationing for 90 years. The book was completed
in 1927, initially titled, The Farce. It was rejected by numerous publishers, until she changed the name of the book to
"It's a Great War!" and entered it into a best war novel competition, sponsored by the American Legion Monthly and Houghton, Mifflin and Company. She won half of the $25,000 prize (divided between
her and a male author) and the novel was published the following year, selling over
30,000 copies in the United States and England. It was translated into Polish, Spanish,
and Dutch. The book was also translated into German, but not published due to the
rise of the Hitler regime. Lee received hundreds of fan letters from veterans, civilians,
and even prisoners, congratulating her on having written the truth about the war.
She claimed the book was not a diary (diaries were forbidden while serving overseas),
but that everything in it was true, except that some events happened to her and others
to people she knew during the war. The book was also mentioned as a potential for
the Pulitzer Prize in the spring of 1930. She did not receive the award, but it was
rumored that year's announcement was late because of the committee arguing over her
Lee continued to freelance between 1927 and 1940, contributing to the New York Times'
special features section and Sunday Magazine and other publications, writing articles on dog sledding, skiing, horseback riding,
and a series on women's colleges. During 1936 and 1937, Lee wrote The History of Chestnut Hill Chapel, published in 1937 by the History Committee of the First Church in Chestnut Hill.
A history of the church, the book was also an early history of the Chestnut Hill district
of Newton, Massachusetts. It provided opportunities for Lee to present papers and
deliver speeches to groups interested in local history. During World War II, Lee worked
with the Greek War Relief Association, serving as executive secretary for two years,
and received the Royal Hellenic Order of the Phoenix medal from King Paul of Greece
for her work. She also supported the war effort by working as a day laborer at Hood
Rubber Company in Watertown, Massachusetts, making de-icers for D-46 planes and with
the Red Cross in Westport, New York. Throughout her life, Lee was involved in community
causes, serving as the first director of the Widows' Society in Boston, member of
the Radcliffe College chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, National Birth Control League of
Massachusetts, and other organizations. She was also physically active, skiing, hiking,
and horseback riding until late in her life, before passing away in 1982.
The collection is arranged in four series:
- Series I. Mary Lee, 1892-1982 (#1.1m-39.16, 53CB, F+D.1-F+D.3)
- ___Subseries A. Biographical/personal, 1896-1982 (#1.1m-2.3, 53CB)
- ___Subseries B. Education, 1899-1947 (#2.4-4.2)
- ___Subseries C. Financial, 1911-1977 (#4.3-5.4)
- ___Subseries D. Correspondence, 1897-1982 (#5.5-25.2)
- ___Subseries E. Published/unpublished articles, 1919-1951 (#25.3-29.16)
- ___Subseries F. "It's a Great War!" and related, ca.1926-1952 (#30.1-38.2, F+D.1-F+D.3)
- ___Subseries G. History of Chestnut Hill Chapel and related, 1892, 1936-1975 (#38.3-39.9)
- ___Subseries H. Speeches/papers presented, ca.1919-1961 (#39.10-39.16)
- Series II. Marion (Dove) Lee, Francis Wilson Lee, and children, 1863-1949 (#40.1-49.12)
- ___Subseries A. Biographical/personal, ca.1865-1949 (#40.1-40.16)
- ___Subseries B. Correspondence, 1863-1948 (#40.17-49.12)
- Series III. Other family, 1834-1974 (#49.13-52.7)
- ___Subseries A. Dove family, 1834-1974 (#49.13-50.5)
- ___Subseries B. Lee family, 1836-1951 (#50.6-52.7)
- Series IV. Photographs and oversized, ca.1853-1970 (#PD.1-PD.37, FD.1, F+D.1-F+D.3,
- ___Subseries A. Photographs, ca.1853-1962 (#PD.1-PD.37)
- ___Subseries B. Oversized, ca.1900-1970 (#FD.1, F+D.1-F+D.3, OD.1)
The Mary Lee Papers consist of a previously processed collection (A-92), and addenda
received more than twenty years later. Because there was substantial overlap and duplication,
the two groups of papers have been consolidated and reprocessed with one coherent
arrangement created by the archivist. There were few usable folder headings (many
items were received loose or in unlabeled folders), but where possible, they have
been retained and appear in quotation marks.
Series I, MARY LEE, 1892-1982 (#1.1m-39.16, 53CB, F+D.1-F+D.3), includes biographical
items, school papers, financial material, correspondence, articles, book-related files
("It's a Great War!" and History of Chestnut Hill Chapel), and speeches/papers presented by Lee. The series is divided into eight subseries.
Subseries A, Biographical/personal, 1896-1982 (#1.1m-2.3, 53CB), includes a ribbon/pin
from the Town of Andover's 250th anniversary (1896); a diary; an account of Hannah
Cobb's wedding to William Appleton Lawrence; clippings; address books and contact
cards; a sketchbook and address book from trip to Greece, Italy, France, and England;
and certificates and membership cards for organizations. Folders are arranged chronologically.
Subseries B, Education, 1899-1947 (#2.4-4.2), includes progress reports, papers/essays
from Chestnut Hill School and the Winsor School; an automobile repair class; and air
raid warden classes during World War II. The subseries is arranged chronologically.
Subseries C, Financial, 1911-1977 (#4.3-5.4), includes bills/receipts for Boston area
businesses; automobile purchase and bills; income tax forms and related; income and
expense statements from Lee's financial advisor, etc.
Subseries D, Correspondence, 1897-1982 (#5.5-25.2), includes letters from Mary Lee's
grandfather, parents, siblings, individuals (arranged alphabetically), children, and
other family and friends, each grouped chronologically. Also included are letters
from Mary to family and friends. Family relationships are specified when known. Christmas
cards, a Valentine card, and postcards of exceptional age and condition have been
noted. Letters are arranged chronologically within each of these groupings.
Lee's alphabetical correspondence files on people, organizations, and topics include
friend Maude Abbott, American Legion (membership scandal), birth control, Greek War
Relief Association, New York Evening Post, New York Times, Westport (family vacation home), Widows' Society in Boston (founding member), etc.
Files were kept in their original order, using original titles; most files contain
correspondence. Some files were added to this group and noted by the processor.
The general correspondence includes vendors; Chestnut Hill house tenants; household
issues; workers/caretakers of Westport, New York, home/farm; Putnam Camp (group-owned
establishment) rentals and business issues, complaints to the town and state; letters
to editor; etc. These files are arranged chronologically.
Search note: There is no correspondence index. However, the names of selected correspondents
(those who appear in the Additional catalog entries) can be searched using the browser's
search feature. Because the search feature is also the most efficient way to find
the recurring names and issues throughout the collection, there are few specific cross-references
provided in the finding aid.
Subseries E, Published/unpublished articles, 1919-1951 (#25.3-29.16), includes essays
and articles written by Mary Lee. In 1925, Lee worked for the Atlantic Monthly Press,
writing topical and biographical sketches/essays for a series of school readers. Essays
are arranged in alphabetical order by essay title, topic, or person's name including
"Adventures of the Coast Guard", Boy Scouts, explorers, Thomas Jefferson, "The Road Mender", and Socrates.
During the 1920s, Lee worked for the New York Evening Post, and freelanced for the New York Times and magazines, writing about celebrities arriving in the United States, mill workers,
women's issues, skiing, dog sledding, New England, women's colleges, etc. The subseries
is arranged in alphabetical order by publication and chronologically within.
Subseries F, "It's a Great War!" and related, ca.1926-1952 (#30.1-38.2, F+D.1-F+D.3), includes rejection letters and
recommendations re: The Farce; contest information and correspondence with Houghton, Mifflin and Company; foreign
publisher George Allen & Unwin Ltd correspondence; press releases and advertising;
serial installments of book; reviews from the United States and foreign press; clippings
on the American Legion ousting Lee from their membership; fan letters; typescript
of original work, The Farce; Spanish and Dutch translations of book; and edited typescript of German translation
and related correspondence.
Subseries G, History of Chestnut Hill Chapel and related, 1892, 1936-1975 (#38.3-39.9), contains material related to Lee's book,
History of Chestnut Hill Chapel, including correspondence, research notes, typescript, book, advertising, and exhibition
text. Lee was involved in church and local community events, including the church's
annual Thanksgiving Food and Flower Sale, installation of ministers, United States
Post Office anniversary celebration, and a school play based on her book.
Subseries H, Speeches/papers presented, ca.1919-1961 (#39.10-39.16), contains speeches
and papers written and presented by Mary Lee, including re: her World War I experiences
in France and Germany, being a journalist, "Indians" [Native Americans] in the Chestnut
Hill area, John Brown, and Lee family history.
Series II, MARION (DOVE) LEE, FRANCIS WILSON LEE, AND CHILDREN, 1863-1949 (#40.1-49.12),
includes biographical/personal material and correspondence related to Marion and Francis
"Frank" Lee. The subseries also contains correspondence of Lee children: Alice, Guy,
Isabella, Susan, and Guy's daughter Jeanne "Nanot." For letters written by Mary Lee
to her siblings, sister-in-law, and niece, see Series I, Subseries D. The series is
divided into two subseries.
Subseries A, Biographical/personal, ca.1865-1949 (#40.1-40.16), includes birth announcement,
school papers, address books, bills/receipts, legal documents, testimonial, and funeral
Subseries B, Correspondence, 1863-1948 (#40.17-49.12), includes correspondence from
Marion's parents (often Marion addressed as "Marnie"); Marion's sister Edith (often
Marion addressed as "Dovelet" or "Marny"); Frank from sister Alice; between Frank
and Marion; from children: Alice, Guy, Isabella, Mary, and Susan. The largest collection
of letters in this subseries are from their children Guy and Mary.
The end of the subseries includes letters to Marion and/or Frank from other family
and friends; from Marion to children; and correspondence to and from Alice, Guy, Isabella,
Susan, and Guy's daughter Jeanne "Nanot."
Series III, OTHER FAMILY, 1834-1974 (#49.13-52.7), includes family genealogy, biographical/personal
material, and correspondence for extended family members of both the Lee and Dove
families. The series is divided into two subseries.
Subseries A, Dove Family, 1834-1974 (#49.13-50.5), includes notes and research on
the Dove family, correspondence of Marion's mother Susan Cotter Dove, letters to Dove
family members from Marion Dove Lee, and sister Edith "Nelly" McHenry correspondence.
Subseries B, Lee Family, 1836-1951 (#50.6-52.7), includes family history notes and
tree; Elizabeth Brown Cutting scrapbook and correspondence; Francis L. and Sara Lee
correspondence and material from the Varieties Theatre in Boston (run by Francis),
including plays, stage prop knife, and programs; Henry Lee memorial booklet; Frances
"Fanny" Rollins Morse correspondence and biographical material; Harriet (Lee) Morse
correspondence; Mary Lee Ware correspondence, memorial program, and will; and other
Series IV. PHOTOGRAPHS AND OVERSIZED, ca.1853-1970 (#PD.1-PD.37, FD.1, F+D.1-F+D.3,
OD.1), includes photographs, posters, proofs, and sketches. The series is divided
into two subseries.
Subseries A, Photographs, ca.1853-1962 (#PD.1-PD.37), contains photographs of Mary
Lee (#PD.1-PD.11), her family, trips, unknown children, and images from her Chestnut
Hill Chapel book. Filed with photographs unless otherwise noted
Most of the photographs in this collection are or will be cataloged in VIA, Harvard
University's Visual Information Access database. Others, referred to as "uncataloged"
photographs, are not of sufficient research interest to warrant cataloging and are
simply treated as part of the documents they accompany; they are marked on the back
with an asterisk in square brackets [*].
Subseries B, Oversized, ca.1900-1970 (#FD.1, F+D.1-F+D.3, OD.1), includes pencil sketch,
article proofs, and posters.
- Series I. MARY LEE, 1892-1982 (#1.1m-39.16, 53CB, F+D.1-F+D.3)
- Subseries A. Biographical/personal, 1896-1982 (#1.1m-2.3, 53CB)
- 1.1m. Town of Andover 250th anniversary ribbon/pin, 1896; includes letter from grandfather
George W.W. Dove, requesting Mary (age 5) wear his pin for 300th anniversary
- 1.2. Notebook, 1903-1909; includes Christmas gift-giving lists
- 1.3. Dance and wedding invitations, calling cards, ca.1908-1920; includes Logan Fox calling
card, and Mary Gardiner and William Cabot wedding invitation
- 1.5. Account of Hannah Cobb and William Appleton "Appy" Lawrence wedding, 1912.
See also #10.5.
- 1.6. Clippings re: writing award, Base Hospital No. 5 unit [Harvard Medical School] preparing
for war, Lee witnesses drowning and letter to editor, Phi Beta Kappa, Greek War Relief
Association award medal, life in Westport as older woman, 1916-1964
- 1.7. Ticket for German train and Paris office commanding officer written permission for
- 1.8. Address book "New York Addresses," ca.1920-1925.
Includes reference copies of photographs; originals filed in #1.9.
- 1.9. Photographs removed from #1.8 (2 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 1.10. Sketch book "M. Lee 1923 Erope [Europe]," from trip to Greece, Italy, France, and
England with mother and sister Alice, 1923; 3 color sketches of rooster fight, n.d.
- 1.11. Address book and travel notes, ca.1923; includes contacts used in Greece, Italy, France,
and England trip with mother and sister Alice
- 1.12. Edited proof of biographical sketch, ca.1923-1926
- 1.13. List of household contents, n.d.; "Questions that bother me" re: having tenants for
vacation home, and miscellaneous notes, ca.1923-1982
- 1.14. Physical report, 1934; graphology chart, 1940; and sketch and description of 1946
- 1.15. Certificates and membership cards, 1939-1971; includes Historical Society of Argenteuil,
Massachusetts Archaeological Society, Senior Associates of Boston
- 1.16. American Federation of Labor membership/working card for rubber plant job, 1944
- 1.17. Poems, n.d. and 1946; includes poem celebrating visit to Putnam Camp
- 2.1. Trip around world on S.S. President Monroe (Havana, Panama Canal, other points west)
typed journal, 1954-1955
- 2.2. Helen and Graham Winslow 50th wedding anniversary scrapbook entry, 1967; includes
- 2.3. Address book, ca.1968-1975; includes uncataloged photographs
- 53CB. Address cards, ca.1920-1960
- Subseries B. Education, 1899-1947 (#2.4-4.2)
- 2.4. Stories (class papers?) re: holidays, vacations, 1899-1904
- 2.5. Winsor School progress reports for parents, 1906-1909
- 2.6. Class V English and French class papers, 1906
- 2.7. History class notebook and maps, ca.1906-1909
- 2.8. Class VI Literature class (English composition?) notebook, ca.1907
- 2.9. Class VI English composition class papers, ca.1907
- 2.10. Class VII College English class papers, ca.1908
- 2.11. Class VII History class papers, ca.1908
- 3.1. Physics lab notebook, 1908-ca.1909
- 3.2. Winsor School creative writing student publication: "Scrapbook from 95 Beacon Street,
Boston, June 1, 1908"; includes Susan Sweetser signature inside cover
- 3.3. Winsor School creative writing student publication: "Scrapbook from 95 Beacon Street,
Boston, May 27, 1909"; includes Susan Sweetser signature inside cover
- 3.4. Art/history of art class papers, ca.1909
- 3.5-3.6. Class VIII English and College English class papers, ca.1909
- 3.7-3.8. Class VIII English History class notes, map book, papers, ca.1909
- 3.9. Ethics class papers for teacher, Mrs. Richard Cabot, 1910
- 3.10. YMCA automobile course notes, February 1917
- 4.1. Air raid warden class notes and related, 1942; includes home inspection reports and
Red Cross certification
- 4.2. Short story class notes, 1946-1947
- Subseries C. Financial, 1911-1977 (#4.3-5.4)
- 4.3. Receipts and expenses lists, 1911-1930; includes lists of expenses for Villa San Vincenzo
Taormina house (vacation?), stock listings, North Shore house
- 4.4-4.7. Bills/receipts from Boston area businesses/institutions, 1914-1917; includes school
bills from Radcliffe College
- 4.8. Automobile bills, 1915-1916
- 4.9. Trip to Munich, Paris, and Montreal expense lists, ca.1919-1950
- 4.10-4.14. Income tax forms and related, 1928-1947; includes correspondence, federal and state
tax forms, and uncataloged photograph (#4.12)
- 4.15-4.16. Shawmut Corporation income and expense statements, 1929-1947; includes correspondence
- 5.1-5.2. J.J. Walker of Hornblower and Weeks income and expense statements, 1931-1948; includes
- 5.3. Westport family property: income tax-related material re: employee, 1956-1958; Lee
Trust beneficiaries meeting packet with financial report, 1980.
- 5.4. Finance-related material, 1972-1977; includes correspondence, cancelled checks, statements
- Subseries D. Correspondence, 1897-1982 (#5.5-25.2)
- 5.5. From grandfather George W. W. Dove, 1900; includes sketch on letter
- 5.6. From parents re: Lee's 1910 California trip, etc., 1907, 1910; includes 1910 trip
schedule and enclosed letters from friends (Alan Gregg, Hannah Cobb)
- 5.7. From parents re: Frederick Olmsted offers clerk job to Lee, parents want more letters,
- 5.8. From parents re: Westport house fire, father Frank Lee's health, 1920-1922
- 5.9. From parents re: telegram announcing death of father Frank Lee, Marion traveling,
- 6.1. From mother, 1925-1929
- 6.2. From mother, 1930-1933; includes uncataloged photograph
- 6.3-6.4. From mother, 1935-1948
- 6.5. From sister Alice (Lee) Walker re: 1926 honeymoon to Europe, birth of children, trips,
- 6.6. To sister Alice re: Alice wanting to quit college, 1917-1919
- 6.7. From brother Guy re: in military, in Brussels during World War II, mother Marion's
Includes reference copy of photograph; original filed in #6.8.
- 6.8. Photograph removed from #6.7.
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 6.9. To brother Guy and family, 1916-1952
- 6.10. To sister Isabella [aka "Loh," "Ish," or "Isa"] (Lee) Jackson 1902-1923
- 6.11. From sister Isabella re: inquiry about war book, Guy's former wife Simone remarries,
vacation at Raccoon Island, 1910-1956.
Includes reference copy of photograph; original filed in #6.12.
- 6.12. Photograph removed from #6.11.
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 6.13. From sister Susan (Lee) Ware re: living at Westport house, vacation at Raccoon Island,
- 6.14. To sister Susan, 1918-1941
- 6.15. Sympathy cards, letters re: death of sister Susan, 1972
- 7.1. From aunt Alice Lee, 1910-1926, 1935-1940
- 7.2. To aunt Alice Lee re: sister Isabella wedding day; viewing eclipse in Boston; sister
Alice wedding day; Mary Lee Ware death, funeral, and will, 1919-1941.
Includes reference copies of photographs; originals filed in #7.3.
- 7.3. Photograph removed from #7.2 (4 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 7.4. From aunt Ann Lee, 1897-1918, n.d.; includes postcards from trips
- 7.5. From cousin Anne Cabot and Hugh Scott re: dating/breaking up, each writing Lee for
Includes reference copies of photographs; originals filed in #7.6.
- 7.6. Photographs removed from #7.5 (3 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 7.7. From cousin Maud Cabot, 1923-1954.
Includes reference copies of photographs; originals filed in #7.8.
- 7.8. Photographs removed from #7.7 (5 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 7.9. From cousin Elizabeth Brown Cutting ("Cousin Brownie"), 1922-1946; includes letters
re: her death
- 7.10. To cousin Fannie re: trip to Greece, Italy, France, and England with mother and sister
- 7.11-7.13. From cousin Susan "Susie" M. Lee re: issues with Putnam Camp, living in New York City,
- 8.1. From sister-in-law Simone, 1923-1957
- 8.2. From niece Jeanne "Nanot," 1927-1973
- 8.3-8.6. From children, 1928-1975; includes nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and nephews, etc.
- 8.7-.8.8. From Jeanne Antelme, 1919-1923; includes letters in French.
Negatives filed in #8.9.
- 8.9. Negatives without prints removed from #8.7.
FILED WITH NEGATIVES.
- 9.1. From Jack V. B. re: his work as reporter, relationship with Lee (?), 1921-1923
- 9.2. From Brian De Lorey (Chestnut Hill home worker), 1971-1975.
See also #25.2.
- 9.3. From male friend "Doody," 1915-1948
- 9.4-9.5. From William Logan Fox, 1910-1967
- 9.6. From Phyllis Graves, 1914-1930, 1946
- 9.7-9.8. From Alan Gregg, 1909-1956.
Includes reference copies of photographs; originals filed in #9.9.
- 9.9. Photographs removed from #9.7 (2 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 9.10. To Alan Gregg, 1911-ca.1916
- 9.11-9.12. From Maude B. S. Gwynne, 1915-1973; includes graphic material (watercolor of room
- 10.1. From Skelton Hale (rejected suitor), 1917
- 10.2. From Andrew J. Kenny (World War I friend in France), 1915, 1918-1919, 1930, n.d.
Includes reference copy of photograph; original filed in #10.3.
- 10.3. Photograph removed from #10.2.
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 10.4. From Charles "Charlie" and Jean Lawrence, 1942-1953
- 10.5. From Hannah "Hann" Cobb Lawrence, 1910-1976; includes letters from Appy Lawrence.
Includes reference copy of photograph; original filed in #10.6.
See also #1.5.
- 10.6. Photograph removed from #10.5.
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 10.7. From Henry Ten Eyck Perry, 1916-1935
- 10.8. From Margaret Powell, 1954
- 10.9. From Hollis T.G., 1916-1917
- 10.10. From Lilian "Lil" Wang re: living/raising family in China, 1923-1948.
Includes reference copies of photographs; originals filed in #10.11.
- 10.11. Photographs removed from #10.10 (2 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 10.12. From Doris Woodall, 1923-1961
- 10.13. From family/friends re: Betty Andrews' trip to France, aunt Mary Lee Ware, 1899-1909;
- 10.14. From family/friends re: preparations for train trip west and California, 1910; includes
souvenir book from trip west, Harvard Hasty Pudding cast photograph (reprint), and
Harvard Class Day invitation
- 11.1. From family/friends, 1911.
Includes reference copies of photographs; originals filed in #11.2.
- 11.2. Photographs removed from #11.1 (8 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 11.3. From family/friends, 1912; includes Alice Cunningham and Alexander Wheeler
- 11.4-11.6. From family/friends, 1913-1915.
Includes reference copies of photographs in #11.5, 11.6; originals in #11.7.
- 11.7. Photographs removed from #11.5, 11.6 (2 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 11.8. From family/friends re: Radcliffe College elects Lee to Phi Beta Kappa, school grades,
Lee becomes editor of Radcliffe College newspaper, Christmas card, 1916
- 11.9. From family/friends re: Lee living in Washington, D.C., lists of local boarding houses,
desire to work overseas, 1917
- 11.10. From family/friends, 1918-1919.
Includes reference copy of photograph; original filed in #11.11.
- 11.11. Photograph removed from #11.10.
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 12.1. From family/friends, 1920; includes letter from soldier used as character in "It's a Great War!"
- 12.2. From family/friends, 1921-1922
- 12.3. From family/friends re: father Frank Lee dies, 1923; includes joke certificate from
male friends and graphic material (5 watercolors of decorative wall border samples)
- 12.4-12.5. From family/friends, 1924-1933
- 12.6. From family/friends re: trip to Greece, 1934-1935
- 12.7. From family/friends, 1936-1939; includes letters from Jeannette Marks
- 12.8-12.10. From family/friends, 1940-1943
- 12.11. From family/friends, 1944-1945; includes letters from Leverett Saltonstall
- 13.1. From family/friends, 1946; includes Valentine's Day card
- 13.2. From family/friends, 1947; includes letters from Augustus N. Hand
- 13.3-13.4. From family/friends re: Marion Dove Lee dies, 1948; includes sympathy cards, letter
from Augustus N. Hand, Jeannette Marks
- 13.5-13.6. From family/friends, 1949-1952
- 13.7. From family/friends re: brother Guy dies, 1953; includes letters from soldier "Dicky"
and Augustus N. Hand
- 13.8-13.9. From family/friends, 1954-1959.
Includes reference copy of photograph; original in #13.10.
- 13.10. Photograph removed from #13.8.
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 14.1. From family/friends, 1960-1965; includes letters from Leverett Saltonstall, Miriam
Van Waters, and Felix Frankfurter
- 14.2. From family/friends re: sister Isabella dies, 1966-1971; includes copy of Jessie Gwendolen
- 14.3-14.5. From family/friends, 1972-1982.
Includes reference copies of photographs (#14.3); originals filed in #14.6.
- 14.6. Photographs removed from #14.3 (17 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 14.7-14.8. From family/friends, n.d.
Includes reference copies of photographs (#14.8); originals filed in #14.9.
- 14.9. Photographs removed from #14.8 (8 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 15.1. To family/friends, 1898, n.d.; includes art projects and writing from childhood
- 15.2. To family/friends re: serving during World War I in France and Germany, 1911-1912,
- 15.3. To family/friends re: expenses, Great Depression, New Deal, 1920-1939
- 15.4. To family/friends, 1941-1949
- 15.5. To family/friends, 1951-1959
- 15.6. To family/friends re: Alan Gregg biographer, 1960-1969
- 15.7. To family/friends, 1970-1976
- 15.8-15.9. Alphabetical: "A," 1929-1940; includes American Legion (scandal over Lee dues and
membership), Department of Agriculture and Markets, Author's Guild, Edith Aronson
(car accident), Joseph Aus, American Earphone Company
- 15.10-16.3. Alphabetical: "Abbot, Dr. Maude E" [friend of Lee], 1928-1941; includes autobiography
draft, Christmas cards, clippings and articles by/about Abbott, correspondence (re:
help placing Abbott's sister Alice into McLean Hospital), Abbott death, obituary.
Includes reference copies of photographs (#15.10-15.12); originals in #16.4.
- 16.4. Photographs removed from #15.10-15.12 (5 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 16.5. Alphabetical: [Atlantic Monthly Press], 1925; includes letters of recommendation
- 16.6. Alphabetical: "Author's League" [of America], 1930-1931; includes help with publication
contracts, negotiations, "It's a Great War!" German translation
- 16.7-16.8. Alphabetical: "B," 1929-1939; includes Mrs. Bacon (Radcliffe Quarterly), Beaver Country Day School, The Bookman, Boy Scouts of America, Vera Brittain, Mr.
Burnham (Settlers club)
- 16.9-17.1. Alphabetical: "Birth Control" [National Birth Control League of Massachusetts], 1931-1939;
includes publicity, lecture notes, and New England Council of Christians and Jews
speaking engagement research (4 folders)
- 17.2. Alphabetical: "Book lists," 1937-1940; includes schools and newspapers reading recommendation
- 17.3-17.6. Alphabetical: "Boswell, Hazel," 1934-1975; includes correspondence re: Canadian friend
Boswell desire to publish book in United States and graphic material (3 pencil sketches
for children's book?)
- 17.7. Alphabetical: "Brown, Barbara," 1976; includes annual meeting talk on Chestnut Hill
(Brookline Historical Society?) text and notes
- 17.8. Alphabetical: "Burnap House, Senior Living, Inc.," 1961
- 17.9-17.10. Alphabetical: "C," 1929-1939; includes Frances Rollins Morse legacy, Gertrude Cowan
(hired woman), Women's City Club, fur rug, Chestnut Hill School, Chestnut Hill Chapel
- 18.1. Alphabetical: "Olivia Thorndike Cheever Scholarship at Radcliffe" [College], 1955-1966
- 18.2. Alphabetical: "D," 1931-1939; includes John Dewey
- 18.3. Alphabetical: "Deafness" [hearing aids], 1938
- 18.4. Alphabetical: "E-F," 1930-1938; includes Kune Franke, Eleanor Early, Friends of Prisoners,
First National Bank of Boston
- 18.5. Alphabetical: "Family Service Association of Greater Boston," 1961-1967; includes
mention of Widows' Society in Boston and Burnap House
- 18.6. Alphabetical: "G," 1930-1938; includes dog book deal, "It's a Great War!" German translation, tennis shoe orders
- 18.7. Alphabetical: "Good Things in Books," 1936-1937; includes quotes for writings
- 18.8. Alphabetical: "Greece and Turkey," 1930-1942; includes articles
- 18.9-18.15. Alphabetical: "Greek War Relief, 1940-1941," 1940-1953; includes status of funds memos,
petty cash statements, summaries of New England fundraising, contribution lists, donation
acknowledgement letters, Royal Honor of the Phoenix medal (#18.15) with related papers
- 19.1. Alphabetical: "Green Mountain Horse Association," 1936; includes correspondence, notes,
drafts related to article.
See article in #28.16.
- 19.2. Alphabetical: "H," 1930-1939; includes Boston Public Library talk on "It's a Great War!", article revisions, Canadian homespun purchase, Harper's, accident description involving Harvard president Charles William Eliot and wife
- 19.3. Alphabetical: "Edward Hale House," 1965-1974
- 19.4. Alphabetical: "Hammond's Pond Parkway," 1932, 1958
- 19.5. Alphabetical: "Heard, R.R.," 1939; includes notes on life
- 19.6. Alphabetical: "Hunt, Chester J." 1933-1934; includes flower bulb company article idea
- 19.7. Alphabetical: "I-J," 1930-1939; includes book reviews for New York Herald, ordering supplies
- 19.8-19.9. Alphabetical: "Indian Village" [archeological site], 1935-1937; includes paper presented
to Brookline Historical Society, correspondence
- 19.10-19.11. Alphabetical: "Jackson Homestead," 1952-1975; includes correspondence, annual reports,
member lists, by-laws, newsletters
- 20.1. Alphabetical: "K-L," 1930-1938; includes "It's a Great War!" speaking engagements, reviewing books
- 20.2. Alphabetical: "Lake Champlain," 1960-1968; includes bulletins, clippings, and correspondence
- 20.3. Alphabetical: "League of Nations Association," 1931, 1936; includes facts, clippings,
- 20.4. Alphabetical: "Joseph Lee," 1937; includes obituary, notes, 1917 calendar compiled
by Joseph Lee
- 20.5. Alphabetical: "M," 1930-1938; includes story ideas, lifesaving equipment complaints,
tax issues, "It's a Great War!", Franklin D. Roosevelt meeting, Chestnut Hill Chapel book, Mt. Holyoke male president
- 20.6. Alphabetical: "Massachusetts Archaeological Society," 1939-1940; includes newsletters,
meeting program, correspondence, notes, clippings, press releases, uncataloged photographs
- 20.7. Alphabetical: [Moreville Rest Home], 1970-1972; includes budget reports, correspondence,
- 20.8. Alphabetical: [Frances Rollins Morse], 1968-1970; includes material related to Lee
- 20.9. Alphabetical: "N," 1930-1940; includes correspondence re: "It's a Great War!" copyright, articles, home and contents insurance, reviewing books
- 20.10. Alphabetical: [New York Evening Post], 1921-1928; includes correspondence re: articles, letters of recommendation for
- 21.1-21.3. Alphabetical: "New York Times," 1924-1933; includes correspondence re: articles, fan mail, paychecks, expense reports
- 21.4. Alphabetical: "O-P," 1930-1940
- 21.5. Alphabetical: "Phi Beta Kappa committee," 1937
- 21.6. Alphabetical: "The Poles" ["It's a Great War!" Polish translation], 1930-1931
- 21.7-21.9. Alphabetical: "Putnam Camp" [family-owned vacation camp], 1929-1941; includes business
letters, proposal of conversion to children's work camp during World War II, household
expenses, food ordering, meeting agendas and minutes, operation statements, memos,
- 22.1. Alphabetical: [Radcliffe College], 1938-1940; includes fund committee, Graduate Chapter
- 22.2. Alphabetical: "S," 1929-1940; includes correspondence re: road condition complaints,
typewriter companies, "It's a Great War!" reactions, book review requests, 20th year reunion of Base Hospital Number 6 description
- 22.3. Alphabetical: "Seven Colleges article," 1930-1932; includes article on women college
graduates, research, drafts
- 22.4. Alphabetical: [Smith College Library], 1946-1952; includes correspondence re: negotiating
gift from French friend
- 22.5. Alphabetical: [State Road Construction] (between Westport and Essex), 1931-1932; includes
signed petition, correspondence
- 22.6. Alphabetical: "T," 1929-1938; includes review of "It's a Great War!", articles, telephone company complaints
- 22.7. Alphabetical: [Trip to Europe], 1962; includes brochures, notes, and letters
- 22.8. Alphabetical: "U-V," 1930-1932; some re: problems with "It's a Great War!" German translation
- 22.9. Alphabetical: "Vaughan, Robert" [caretaker for Westport family vacation home/farm],
1936-1946; re: house and farm issues.
See also #23.1-23.2 and general correspondence.
- 22.10. Alphabetical: "W-Y," 1929-1940; re: finances from "It's a Great War!", Western Union Telegraph Co., property purchase, Frances Rollins Morse legacy
- 23.1-23.2. Alphabetical: "Westport" [family vacation home/farm], 1907, 1934-1938; re: sewage
system, dumping, and Lake Shore Road
- 23.3-23.6. Alphabetical: "Widows' Society" [Boston], 1927-1974; includes correspondence, visitor
reports, annual reports, beneficiary cards
- 23.7. Alphabetical: [Work-related], 1925-1935; includes correspondence re: articles
- 23.8. General correspondence re: Women's Peace Party, 1916-1927
- 23.9. General correspondence re: living in Great Depression in Westport home, 1930-1932
- 23.10. General correspondence re: Putnam Camp tutor for children using Hannah Lawrence son,
- 23.11-24.1. General correspondence, 1934-1944 (3 folders)
- 24.2. General correspondence re: wartime rationing, butter sale, Farm Bureau, 1945-1949
- 24.3-24.5. General correspondence, 1950-1962
- 24.6. General correspondence, 1963-1966; includes Putnam Camp play for Mary Lee
- 24.7-25.2. General correspondence, 1967-1976; includes uncataloged photographs (#25.2) (4 folders)
- Subseries E. Published/unpublished articles, 1919-1951 (#25.3-29.16)
- 25.3. Atlantic Monthly article:" Young America," publishing Lee's letters home (October 1918 - May 1919), 1919-1920; includes correspondence
re: publication and payment.
See also #16.5.
- 25.4. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader essays: A, 1925; including A Boy with One Arm; "Adventures of the Coast Guard"; "An Officer Who Played the Game"
- 25.5. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader essays: B-F, 1925; including Tom Brown, James
J. Davis, and Benjamin Franklin
- 25.6. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader essays: Boy Scouts and Camp Fire Girls, 1925
- 25.7. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader essays: Explorers, 1925; including Roald Amundsen,
Robert Peary and Robert Falcon Scott
- 25.8. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader essays: Girl Scouts, 1925
- 25.9. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader essays: "Great Explorers of Africa," 1925
- 25.10. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader essays: H, 1925; includes "Hero of Switzerland William Tell,""Honorary Degrees,""How Lincoln Looked to a Soldier in the Union Army"
- 25.11. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader essays: "How They Took the Diphtheria Serum from Anchorage to Nome," 1925
- 25.12. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader essays: Thomas Jefferson, 1925
- 26.1. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader essays: Joan of Arc, 1925
- 26.2. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader topical essays: L, 1925; includes "Lavengro," Robert E. Lee, "Lessons of the Trenches"
- 26.3. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader topical essays: P-R, 1925; includes "Proverbs," Walter Reed, "The Road Mender"
- 26.4. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader topical essays: Louis Pasteur, 1925
- 26.5. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader topical essays: S-W, 1925; including Charles
M. Schwab, Alan Seeger, "Telephone operators,""When the White House Was New"
- 26.6. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader topical essays: Sacajawea, 1925
- 26.7. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader topical essays: Saint Francis of Assisi, 1925
- 26.8. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader topical essays: "The Salmon, Who Always Come Home," 1925
- 26.9. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader topical essays: Socrates, 1925
- 26.10. Atlantic Monthly Press school reader essays: miscellaneous notes and manuscripts,
- 26.11. Boston Sunday Herald article: "Last Virgin Forest in New Hampshire Threatened by Ax," August 29, 1926
- 26.12. Boston Evening Transcript 1919 article reprint, Merry Xmas at the 'Y' Canteen, article: "Agora" and letters to editor, 1927, 1940, n.d.
- 26.13. The Countryman edited drafts and article: "Our Farmer's Vacation," 1946
- 26.14. The Essex County Republican: letters to editor, 1931
- 26.15. Greenwich House (settlement house in New York City): press release, event program,
and advertisement written by Lee, 1921
- 26.16. House Beautiful article: "The Outlook for Narcissus," March 1926; includes notes, drafts, correspondence, and final copy
- 27.1. New York Evening Post: articles re: mill worker, November-December 1920
- 27.2-27.3. New York Evening Post: articles and fan letter from Margaret Sanger, ca.1920-1923
- 27.4-27.13. New York Evening Post: articles re: women and government, Liberty League, industry and conditions, January-December
- 27.14-27.16. New York Evening Post: articles, January-December 1922
- 27.17. New York Evening Post: articles, January-December 1923
- 28.1-28.2. New York Times: articles re: Henry Ford, Agora, Lake Champlain white gulls, Harvard scenes on dinner
plates, Tyrol, language in England, 1926-1932
- 28.3. New York Times: articles re: skiing, Romance Language school, Adirondacks, Berkshires, dog sledding,
1935-1940; includes uncataloged photograph
- 28.4. New York Times Magazine: articles re: New England forests, Fort Ticonderoga, 1926.
Includes reference copies of photographs; originals filed in #28.5.
- 28.5. Photographs removed from #28.4 (5 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 28.6. New York Times Magazine: articles re: dog sledding and photographing nighttime wildlife, March and August,
- 28.7-28.9. New York Times Magazine: articles re: crisis in women's colleges, 1928-1929; includes drafts and related
- 28.10. New York Times Magazine: article re: John Brown, October 20, 1929.
See also #39.14-39.15.
- 28.11. New York Times Magazine: article re: skiing, January 23, 1938
- 28.12. Record Post: Ellen Hale obituary, 1951
- 28.13. Radcliffe Quarterly: articles re: Fay House, reminiscences, 1929-1931; includes correspondence, drafts
- 28.14. Radcliffe Quarterly: article, "Lightly O're the Stream," February 1945; includes draft, reprint, rejections, correspondence
- 28.15. Radcliffe Magazine: published letters from Lee, November 1919.
See also #45.5-45.7.
- 28.16. Saturday Review: book reviews by Lee, 1930-1939; includes drafts, final copies
- 28.17. Town and Country: article, "Centaurs over Vermont," September 1936; includes draft
- 28.18. World: article re: Dochez serum for scarlet fever, August 1925; includes article, drafts,
notes, and research
- 29.1. Unpublished book review, "A Big Family of Children in the White House" (from Theodore Roosevelt letters book), ca.1919-1920; includes corrected typescript
- 29.2. Unpublished article, untitled re: end of World War I, November 10, 1920
- 29.3. Unpublished article, untitled re: unknown soldier memorials (British, French, United
- 29.4. Unpublished articles, untitled notes, research, ca.1923
- 29.5. Unpublished article, "Shoes and Ship and Sealing Wax...How Distinguished Visitors Are Met on Their Arrival
in the United States," 1924; includes rejection letter
- 29.6. Unpublished article, untitled edited typescript re: Lindbergh crossing, ca.1927-1930
- 29.7. Unpublished article re: Delphi, 1928; includes article, notes and correspondence
- 29.8. Unpublished articles re: Archeological Institute of America anniversary and "the Captain's
- 29.9. Unpublished articles, letters to editor, and stories re: Ticonderoga, tourists, highways,
Greece, birds, shrines, snow, train, ca.1929-1940
- 29.10. Unpublished article/story, "Susan and the Fairies," by Mary Lee and Nanot Lee (niece), August 17, 1931
- 29.11. Unpublished article re: forests, 1939; includes notes, draft
- 29.12. Unpublished article re: French Canadian Primitives, 1939
- 29.13. Unpublished articles re: New England, 1940
- 29.14. Unpublished article re: Anastasia, n.d.; includes corrected handwritten and typescript
- 29.15. Unpublished articles, "The Way of Science" and handwritten untitled story, n.d.
- 29.16. Miscellaneous quotes, drafts, and notes, n.d.
- Subseries F. "It's a Great War!" and related, ca.1926-1952 (#30.1-38.2, F+D.1-F+D.3)
- 30.1. Correspondence re: The Farce publisher rejections, 1927-1928
- 30.2. Paget Literary Agency correspondence re: The Farce publication, 1928
- 30.3. Amy Loveman (Saturday Review) correspondence re: assistance finding publisher for The Farce, 1928-1929
- 30.4. Houghton, Mifflin and Company/American Legion Monthly war novel contest announcement, delivery notification postcards, winner announcement
telegram, notes, bank deposit slips, 1928-1929
- F+D.1. Advertisements and ad proofs for book, 1929
- 30.5-30.6. Houghton, Mifflin and Company/American Legion Monthly correspondence re: contract, publication, condensed article, 1929-1930; includes
copyright statements, contract
- 30.7-30.8. Houghton, Mifflin and Company correspondence re: woman claiming book slandered her,
serial rights with King Features Syndication, Inc., redistribution, 1930-1942
- 30.9. George Allen & Unwin Ltd (foreign publisher) contracts, notes re: publication, translations,
- 30.10-31.6. George Allen & Unwin Ltd (foreign publisher) correspondence re: contracts, translations,
1929-1952; includes royalty check stubs, payment receipts (9 folders)
- 31.7. King Features Syndication, Inc. contracts, correspondence re: newspaper serial rights,
motion picture rights, 1930-1931
- 31.8. Press releases and circulation lists, 1929-1930
- 31.9-31.10. Speaking engagement announcements, advertisements, radio interview transcript, 1930-1938
- 31.11. American Legion Monthly novel serial installments, September-October 1929
- 31.12. New York American novel serial installments, September 1930
- 31.13. Article: "No More Beds" re: problems with foreign translations of book, 1930
- 32.1. Clippings re: American Legion claiming Lee not valid member, keeping paid dues as
- 32.2. Article draft re: Lee and book, by J. M. Ferguson, ca.1930-1948
- 32.3-32.4. American press book reviews, 1929-1930; includes related correspondence
- 32.5-32.6. Australian and British press book reviews, 1930; includes related correspondence
- 32.7. Other foreign press book reviews, 1930
- 32.8-32.9. Fan letters, 1929; includes chief nurse of Lee's base hospital, questions, comments
- 32.10-33.2. Fan letters, 1930; includes prisoner letter, responses from people depicted in book,
comments (4 folders)
- 33.3. Fan letters, 1931; includes comments, questions
- 33.4. Fan letters, 1932-1952; includes comments, questions
- 33.5-35.2. Original edited typescript for novel formerly The Farce, changed to"It's a Great War!", ca.1926-1929; includes explanatory notes (12 folders)
- 35.3-35.6. Carbon copy of original typescript for English/British version of novel, ca.1929-1930
- 36.1-36.8. German translation notes, 1930-1932
- 36.9-37.1. Correspondence re: German translation, 1930; includes bills and notes (3 folders)
- 37.2. Correspondence re: Spanish translation, 1930-1931; includes notes
- 37.3. Correspondence re: Dutch translation, 1930-1932
- F+D.2-F+D.3. Photocopy of typescript of German translation, ca.1930-1931; includes pages 1-274
- 37.4-38.2. Photocopy of typescript of German translation, ca.1930-1931; includes pages 276-942
- Subseries G. History of Chestnut Hill Chapel and related, 1892, 1936-1975 (#38.3-39.9)
- 38.3. Correspondence re: book development, publishing/printing, local history talks, 75th
church anniversary, 1936-1937; includes program, invitation for First Church in Chestnut
- 38.4. Notes and related correspondence, 1936-1939; includes 1892 booklet on early church
history by Daniel D. Slade
- 38.5. Research notes, ca.1936
- 38.6. Exhibit labels for book-related Chestnut Hill Chapel display, 1936
- 38.7. Edited typescript, ca.1936-1937
- 38.8. Book: History of the Chestnut Hill Chapel [cover missing], 1937
- 39.1. Publicity and marketing, 1937-1938; includes advertisements, distribution lists, bills,
form letters, notes
- 39.2. Fan mail, 1937-1975; includes 1948 correspondence re: plagiarism
- 39.3. First Church in Chestnut Hill Annual Thanksgiving Food and Flower Sale (Lee, publicity
chair), 1939-1963; includes clippings mentioning reprint of book, press releases,
- 39.4. Dedication of Chestnut Hill Post Office, February 1, 1940; includes event program,
draft of history written for program, and 1944 clipping.
See also PD.10f+.
- 39.5. Writings for anniversary of First Church in Chestnut Hill, 1950-1951; includes church
program text, typescript, and article
- 39.6. First Church in Chestnut Hill centennial celebration, 1960-1961; includes programs,
clippings, drafts, correspondence
- 39.7. Boston College/Chestnut Hill-related history, 1960-1962; includes letter and publication
- 39.8. Chestnut Hill School play based on book, 1961-1969; includes invitation to Closing
- 39.9. Correspondence, church history writings re: installation of new ministers, 1962-1970
- Subseries H. Speeches/papers presented, ca.1919-1961 (#39.10-39.16)
- 39.10. First Church in Chestnut Hill Women's Alliance invitation to address, "With the A.E.F."
(American Expeditionary Forces), ca.1919-1921
- 39.11. Untitled speech on journalism outline/notes, ca.1924-1940
- 39.12. Speech-related material, 1937-1939; includes outline of paper presented to Brookline
Historical Society, May 12, 1937; speech outline to school children, November 19,
1937; First Church in Chestnut Hill General Alliance program for presentation, "Indians Hereabout," May 9, 1938; Ashburnham School for Boys publication with mention of talk, June 3,
1939; Chestnut Hill School speech outline, November 6, 1939; notes for Women's Alliance
- 39.13. "A Little about Northwest Bay": speech script, at Keene Valley Historical Society, September 7, 1938
- 39.14-39.15. "John Brown at North Elba": paper delivered at Keene Valley Historical Society, September 3, 1942; includes
speech, research, notes, and uncataloged photographs (#39.14)
- 39.16. Notes on Lee family history paper presented to Westport Historical Society, August
- Series II. MARION (DOVE) LEE, FRANCIS WILSON LEE, AND CHILDREN, 1863-1949 (#40.1-49.12)
- Subseries A. Biographical/personal, ca.1865-1949 (#40.1-40.16)
- 40.1. Frank school essay on Civil War, ca.1865-1870
- 40.2. Frank school grade book, 1867
- 40.3. Marion birth announcement clipping, 1867; school record [report card], 1880
- 40.4. Marion stories, ca.1877-1948; includes, "My Pretty Maid"
- 40.5. Set of miniature books: account, memo, and address, 1887-1922
- 40.6. Guest lists and address book, ca.1887-1923
- 40.7. Marion and Frank calling card and calling lists (2), ca.1890-1923
- 40.8. Marion and Frank bills/receipts from Boston area companies, 1896-1916; includes Jordan
Marsh & Co., B.F. Westcott shirts, Richard Schwarz Toys, Colby Importer
- 40.9. Legal documents related to Marion's guardianship of sister Edith's children James
and Edith, 1902-1920; includes guardianship court papers, disbursal of Marion's mother
Susan Cotter Dove will, final account of Marion D. Lee, guardian of James Howard McHenry
- 40.10. Membership card for State Child Labor Committee, 1909; Massachusetts Volunteer Aid
Association certificate, ca.1907-1908; and International Congress of Mothers (Marion
representing Massachusetts), 1907-1908
- 40.11. Guardianship and probate court papers re: Marion disbursing inheritance to daughters
from their grandmother, Susan Cotter Dove, February 1915
- 40.12. Unitarian General Conference Tour to San Francisco, California, August 1915; includes
Marion travel diary, souvenir booklet with itinerary, and clipping
- 40.13. Tavern Club 35th anniversary program, January 24, 1920; testimonial for Francis Lee
by Vincent Bowditch, May 7, 1923
- 40.14. Boy Scouts of America certificate, 1920; British War Relief Society certificate, ca.1944-1947
- 40.15. Recipes (handwritten and clippings), 1939, n.d.
- 40.16. Marion funeral announcement, October 1948; contribution certificate to General Alliance
of Unitarian and other Liberal Christian Women from Women's Alliance of First Church
in Chestnut Hill in remembrance of Marion, January 1949
- Subseries B. Correspondence, 1863-1948 (#40.17-49.12)
- 40.17. Frank to parents, 1863-ca.1874
- 40.18. Marion from parents re: father on business trip, description of Marion/Frank's wedding,
- 40.19. Marion from parents, 1903-1909, n.d.
- 41.1-41.3. Marion from sister Edith, ca.1888-1902, n.d.
- 41.4. Frank from sister Alice, 1910, n.d.
- 41.5. Marion from husband Frank, 1890-1903
- 41.6-41.7. Marion from husband Frank re: Frank trip to California, 1905; includes enclosed notes
- 41.8. Marion with Frank re: Marion trip west and California, 1915
- 41.9. Sympathy cards/letters re: husband Frank's death, 1923
- 41.10-41.12. Marion from daughter Alice re: attending Bryn Mawr, flu quarantine, trip to Europe
with sister Mary, honeymoon in Europe, 1907-1931, n.d.; includes school essays
- 42.1. Marion from son Guy, 1900
- 42.2-42.5. Marion/Frank from son Guy re: attending Berkshire School and Kirkwood, 1905-1911;
includes report cards.
Includes reference copies of photographs (#42.5); originals filed in #42.6.
- 42.6. Photographs removed from #42.5 (6 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 42.7. Marion/Frank from son Guy re: trip to West Coast, 1915
- 42.8-42.9. Marion/Frank from son Guy re: trip to Japan (Kyoto) with friend Hervey Wetzel, 1916.
Includes reference copies of photographs; originals filed in #42.10.
See also #48.9.
- 42.10. Photographs removed from #42.8, 42.9 (22 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 42.11-42.12. Marion from son Guy re: World War I experience in military, serving in France, death
of friend Hervey Wetzel, post-war work in France, 1917-1925; includes letters from
daughter-in-law Simone and other family members.
Includes reference copies of photographs (#42.12); originals filed in #42.13.
- 42.13. Photographs removed from #42.12 (8 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 43.1-43.3. Marion from son Guy re: car accident, Maine trip, National Defense work in Washington,
D.C., Military Intelligence training camp, World War II military service in Belgium
and England, 1928-1947, n.d.
- 43.4-43.10. Marion/Frank from daughter Isabella re: Westport family home, West Coast trip, working
as nurse, studying art, brother Guy wedding, living in New York City, 1908-1944, n.d.
- 44.1. Marion from daughter Mary, 1897-1899
- 44.2. Marion from daughter Mary, 1906-1908
- 44.3-44.4. Marion from daughter Mary re: train trip, Grand Canyon visit, California (Riverside,
San Diego, Pasadena, Santa Barbara, Yosemite), Seattle, Vancouver, stranded on mountain
with friends story, 1910.
Includes reference copies of photographs (#44.3); originals filed in #44.5.
- 44.5. Photographs removed from #44.3 (3 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 44.6. Marion from daughter Mary re: New Orleans and Texas trip, Army camp visit, train travel,
- 44.7. Marion from daughter Mary re: Bryant and Stratton school classes, 1913-1915
- 44.8. Marion from daughter Mary re: work/visit in Washington, D.C., 1916
- 44.9-44.10. Marion/Frank from daughter Mary re: working in Washington, D.C. and New York City,
travel to France for Army Hospital secretary work with American Expeditionary Force
(A.E.F.), 1917; includes Thanksgiving dinner menu
- 44.11. Marion/Frank from daughter Mary (transcribed letters), 1918-1919.
See also #44.12-45.7.
- 44.12-45.3. Marion/Frank from daughter Mary re: first fighter plane ride, war ends, 1918; includes
layout sketch of YMCA canteen (5 folders).
Includes reference copies of photographs (#45.3); originals filed in #45.4.
- 45.4. Photographs removed from #45.3 (3 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 45.5-45.7. Marion/Frank from daughter Mary, 1919
- 45.8. Marion/Frank from daughter Mary re: living in New York City as reporter, 1920
- 45.9-45.10. Marion/Frank from daughter Mary re: reporting and pursuing stories, 1921
- 46.1-46.2. Marion/Frank from daughter Mary re: interviewing Lord Balfour and Lady Astor, reporting
assignments, meeting Georges Clemenceau, 1922
- 46.3-46.6. Marion/Frank from daughter Mary re: father Frank dies, 1923
- 46.7. Marion from daughter Mary, re: Brittany, England, Switzerland trip, 1924.
Includes reference copies of photographs; originals filed in #46.8.
- 46.8. Photographs removed from #46.7 (2 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 46.9. Marion from daughter Mary, re: visit to Pinehurst, Westport home, 1925-1926
- 47.1-47.2. Marion from daughter Mary, 1930-1938
- 47.3. Marion from daughter Mary, 1946-1947
- 47.4-47.5. Marion from daughter Susan, 1908-1944, n.d.
- 47.6. Marion from Ellen "Nelly" Hale re: caring for Lee children while parents away, 1897-1899
- 47.7. Marion from niece Edith D. McHenry, 1904-1921
- 47.8. Marion from Honora Minot, 1890-1917, n.d.
- 47.9. Marion from family/friends, 1867; includes "first letter" from aunt
- 47.10. Marion from family/friends re: cousin trip to Spain, Christmas card, 1879-1888
- 47.11. Marion from family/friends re: Elliot Lee Venice trip, 1889
- 47.12-47.13. Marion/Frank from family/friends congratulation letters on engagement, 1890
- 48.1. Marion/Frank from family/friends re: birth of children, etc., 1891-1899
- 48.2. Frank from family/friends, 1897-1922
- 48.3. Marion/Frank from family/friends, 1900-1901
- 48.4-48.5. Marion/Frank from family/friends re: death of Marion's sister Edith McHenry, 1902;
- 48.6. Marion/Frank from family/friends re: fire in Baltimore, notes to children, etc., 1903-1907;
includes temperature chart for ill person
- 48.7. Marion/Frank from family/friends, 1908-1910
- 48.8. Marion/Frank from family/friends re: California trip, etc., 1911-1915; includes bill
for kimono from California
- 48.9. Marion/Frank from family/friends re: Hervey Wetzel on trip to Korea and Japan with
Includes reference copies of photographs; originals filed in #48.10.
See also #42.8-42.9.
- 48.10. Photographs removed from #48.9 (3 photographs)
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 48.11. Marion/Frank from family/friends including Hervey Wetzel, Henry Ten Eyck Perry, and
Allen Gregg re: military service experiences, etc., 1917-1923
- 48.12-49.1. Marion from family/friends including Maud Abbott, Susie Lee, and grandchildren, 1928-1948
- 49.2. Marion to Lee children re: cousin Alice Lee Roosevelt's wedding (daughter of Theodore
- 49.3. Marion to Lee children re: trip out west, 1915
- 49.4. Marion to Guy, Isabella, and Susan re: Greece, Italy, etc., trip with daughters Alice
and Mary, 1923
- 49.5. Alice from sister Isabella and friends, 1908, 1915
- 49.6. Alice to Edie ("Bird" or "Birdie") re: European trip with sister Mary, 1915, ca.1923
- 49.7. Guy from family/friends including mother Marion, father Frank, sister Mary, 1900-1948;
includes 1907 letter of recommendation from teacher
- 49.8. Guy to Aunt Alice Lee, 1941
- 49.9. Isabella from family/friends including sister Alice, 1902, 1909, ca.1923
- 49.10. Isabella to sister-in-law Simone, ca.1922
- 49.11. Susan from family/friends, 1915-1923, n.d.; includes letters and postcards from sisters
Alice and Isabella
- 49.12. Nanot from parents (Guy & Simone Lee) and brother Francis, 1929-1937, 1944; includes
school paper and clippings
- Series III. OTHER FAMILY, 1834-1974 (#49.13-52.7)
- Subseries A. Dove Family, 1834-1974 (#49.13-50.5)
- 49.13. Family histories, notes, and research, 1947-1968; includes Mary Lee interview with
cousin Mary Cabot; booklet on Newcastle, Maine; clipping re: sale of Dove family home;
letter re: Dove/Glidden family
- 49.14. Correspondence, ca.1850-1915; includes parlor game riddles, school papers, wedding
- 49.15. Susan (Cotter) Dove from family/friends re: friend Laura presented at British Court,
thank you from grandchild Mary Lee, 1834-1914; includes church resolution from Ladies'
Benevolent Society on death (1914)
- 49.16. George W.W. Dove family letters from daughter Marion Dove Lee re: school in Northampton,
- 50.1. Edith (Dove) "Nelly" McHenry from sister Marion Dove Lee, ca.1884-1902
- 50.2. Edith (Dove) "Nelly" McHenry to Lee children (while traveling overseas) and to father
George W.W. Dove, 1890-1902; includes postcards
- 50.3. Edith (Dove) "Nelly" McHenry with Priscilla Stewart McHenry re: marital issues with
Edith's husband John, 1901-1902; includes Edith's last letter before death
- 50.4. Edith McHenry (Marion's niece) with family/friends re: Edith (Dove) McHenry death,
trip to Europe, 1902-1911
- 50.5. Edith McHenry (Marion's niece) death notice from safe deposit company with request
for family member information, 1974; includes response, with next of kin list
- Subseries B. Lee Family, 1836-1951 (#50.6-52.7)
- 50.6. Family history booklets, notes, family trees, etc., 1867, 1928-1929, 1939
- 50.7. Ship log from The Ida (traveling along Nile River?), 1878-1879
- 50.8v. Elizabeth Brown Cutting scrapbook, 1886-1922; includes diary entries and letters (from
Woodrow Wilson and others)
- 50.9-50.10. Loose items from #50.8v.
- 50.11-50.12. Elizabeth Brown Cutting letters (cut from scrapbook) re: England trip, 1901; includes
letters to Mrs. C.H. and Mollie Cutting
- 50.13. Elizabeth Brown Cutting letters from William Dean Howells, Otis Skinner, 1911, 1914
- 51.1. Francis L. and Sarah (Wilson) Lee letters from family/friends, including Elizabeth
(Lee) Ware re: account of Harriet and Samuel Morse wedding, 1848-1893
- 51.2. Francis L. Lee letters re: birthday, military issues, letter of introduction from
English soldier, Westport home, 1855-1878; includes Massachusetts governor's permission
for transportation request for Colonel Lee (during Civil War)
- 51.3-51.4. Francis L. Lee involvement (manager) at Varieties Theatre, 1856-1858, 1876; includes
programs, play scripts (handwritten), stage prop knife
- 51.5m. Francis L. Lee wooden stage prop knife from Varieties Theatre
- 51.6. Henry and Elizabeth (Cabot) Lee: 1867 booklet on life of Henry and correspondence
from Elizabeth's mother, ca.1851-1852, 1867
- 51.7. Frances Morse memorial booklet with speeches, 1928; includes speech by Ida M. Cannon
- 51.8. Frances Morse letters from sister Mary re: Westport house, Stonysides house, ca.1875-1876
- 51.9. Frances Morse letters from family/friends re: World War I, ca.1917-1919, n.d.
- 51.10. Harriet (Lee) Morse letters from sister Elizabeth C. (Lee) Ware, 1846-1865
- 51.11. Harriet (Lee) Morse letters from husband Samuel re: Westport family home visit with
brother and sister-in-law, Francis and Sarah, 1849
- 51.12. Harriet (Lee) and Samuel T. Morse letters from daughter Fanny re: Westport house visit,
- 51.13. Harriet (Lee) Morse letters from family/friends re: history teacher and tuition, 1836-1848
- 51.14. Harriet (Lee) Morse letters from family/friends re: renovations/additions to Westport
family home, 1849-1886, n.d.
- 51.15. Harriet (Lee) Morse letters to brother Henry and sister Mary, 1848
- 51.16. Harriet (Lee) Morse letters to cousin Ellen "Nell" Jackson, re: Europe and Africa
- 52.1. Molly Powell letter to Mrs. T.R. Powell re: "Aunt Nell " funeral, 1951
- 52.2. Jessie Scott correspondence with family/friends re: trip to England, 1876-1885; includes
letters from Governor General of Canada Lord Lorne
- 52.3. Frederick Cheever Shattuck articles re: his life, 1929; includes New England Journal of Medicine and The Harvard Graduates' Magazine (both reprints)
- 52.4. Elizabeth Cabot (Lee) Ware letters from sister Harriet Morse and niece Fanny, 1880
- 52.5. Elizabeth Cabot (Lee) Ware letters to Mary (?), n.d.
- 52.6. Mary Lee Ware letters from family re: mother's legacy/will, 1898
- 52.7. Mary Lee Ware memorial program and will, 1937
- Series IV. PHOTOGRAPHS AND OVERSIZED, ca.1853-1970 (#PD.1-PD.37, FD.1, F+D.1-F+D.3,
- Subseries A. Photographs, ca.1853-1962 (#PD.1-PD.37)
- PD.1. Little girl (Mary Lee?), ca.1893-1896 (3 tintypes)
- PD.2. Mary Lee with friends Ralph Lowell and Betty Andrews, ca.1895-1900 (1 photograph)
- PD.3. Mary Lee with group of women and man, ca.1906-1917 (1 tintype)
- PD.4. "C.H. pictures, " ca.1907-1915; includes man with dog, women (Mary Lee on left?),
men climbing and relaxing on rock, squirrel, woman diving into water, woman in front
of house (Westport, New York/Adirondacks, home?) (7 photographs)
- PD.5. Negatives without prints: Mary Lee trip to New Orleans and Texas (?), ca.1911; includes
an army camp, Alamo [?], and unknown people
- PD.6. Hannah Cobb and William Appleton "Appy" Lawrence wedding, with Mary Lee as bridesmaid,
1912 (13 photographs)
- PD.7. Mary Lee Radcliffe College graduation portrait, 1917, views of quad and gym, ca.1917,
and portrait from 1942 Radcliffe College class reunion (4 photographs)
- PD.8. Mary Lee and co-workers in France (Paris?) during World War I, 1918 (11 photographs)
- PD.9. Mary Lee portraits, ca.1920-1946 (5 photographs)
- PD.10f+. Mary Lee with diners at dedication banquet for Chestnut Hill Post Office, February
1, 1940 (1 photograph)
- PD.11. Mary Lee on cruise, 1962 (2 photographs)
- PD.12. Alice Hathaway Lee, first wife of Theodore Roosevelt, ca.1876-1884 (1 photograph)
- PD.13. Marion Dove Lee, 1887/1889(?) (1 photograph)
- PD.14. Fanny H. Quincy [sp?] at Artists' Festival, Boston, Massachusetts, 1889 and unknown
elderly women, n.d. (2 photographs)
- PD.15. Mary Lee's Aunt Alice, ca.1913-1943 (1 photograph)
- PD.16. Guy Lee and K.S.C. at Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, 1915
- PD.17. Negative without print: child in field (Frances W. Lee?), ca.1853-1856
- PD.18. Two boys with dogs, ca.1860-1900 (1 tintype)
- PD.19. Negatives without prints: unknown children, ca.1890-1915; includes child holding fish,
with baby and dog
- PD.20. Unknown children, ca.1890-1920; includes class group, infant, little girl in snow
with dog (5 photographs)
- PD.21. Paris road (?) and New England houses, ca.1900-1920 (3 photographs)
- PD.22. Road and lake view (Adirondacks/Lake Champlain?), ca.1897-1923 (2 photographs)
- PD.23. Negative of photograph in #PD.22 (1) and remaining negatives without prints: People
hiking, mountain and forest views, boating (Adirondacks/Lake Champlain?), ca.1897-1923
- PD.24. Negative without prints: Unknown people (men and women) hiking and mountain views
- PD.25. Group of men at picnic, ca.1900-1920, and group of women in boat, July 1913 (2 photographs)
- PD.26. "Big House" in Westport, New York, Lake Champlain, woman, house, Mary Lee(?) in boat,
ca.1900-1922 (9 photographs)
- PD.27. Views of farm, lake (Lake Champlain?), meadow (1926), waterfall at Yellowstone, and
interior room, ca.1900-1926 (5 photographs)
- PD.28. Negatives without prints: naked children playing in stream, ca.1904 [note claims:
"enclosed in letter to Marion Lee," not located]
- PD.29. Postcard from Caroline Perkins Cabot, 1908 (1 photograph)
- PD.30. Negatives without prints: "Mary's Texas and 2 California," ca.1910-1911
- PD.31. Sailboats, people sailing (sister, Mary, and parents?), ca.1910-1918 (11 photographs)
- PD.32. Row house front view, people in garden, ca.1915 (6 photographs)
- PD.33. "Pictures taken by Prof. Carl W. Blegen, 1923" [first expedition to Greece] (24 photographs)
- PD.34. History of Chestnut Hill Chapel images from book, 1937 (25 photographs)
- PD.35. Negatives of prints in #PD.34.
- PD.36f. Images of Boston area maps, used in History of Chestnut Hill Chapel, n.d.
- PD.37. "Western negatives belonging to Mary Lee," n.d.
- Subseries B. Oversized, ca.1900-1970 (#FD.1, F+D.1-F+D.3, OD.1)
- FD.1. Pencil sketch of Adirondack Mountains, ca.1900-1970
- F+D.1. Advertising posters promoting Lee's book "It's a Great War!", 1929; includes graphic material (5 posters/proofs)
- F+D.2-F+D.3. Photocopy of typescript of German translation, ca.1930-1931; includes pages 1-274
- OD.1. Syndicated column offer for Things of Beauty series by Lee, 1924 and edited proofs (3) for article promoting Lee's book, 1930
American literature--20th century
Authors and publishers
Chestnut Hill (Mass.)--Social life and customs
Japan--Social life and customs
Letters to the editor
Manuscripts for publication
Mothers and daughters
New York (N.Y.)--Newspapers
Newton (Mass.)--Church history
Parent and child--United States
Voyages and travels
Westport (N.Y.)--Social life and customs
Women--United States--Social conditions
Women authors, American
Women journalists--United States
World War, 1914-1918--Fiction
World War, 1914-1918--Personal narratives, American
World War, 1914-1918--Photography
World War, 1914-1918--War work--France
World War, 1914-1918--War work--Young Men's Christian Associations
World War, 1914-1918--Women
World War, 1939-1945--Civilian relief--Greece
Abbott, Maude E. (Maude Elizabeth), 1869-1940
Atlantic Monthly Press
Birth Control League of Massachusetts
Chestnut Hill Chapel (Mass.)
Cutting, Elisabeth, 1871-1946
Dewey, John, 1859-1952
Dove, George W. W.
First Church (Chestnut Hill, Mass.)--History
Fox, William Logan
Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965
George Allen & Unwin
Greek War Relief Association
Greenwich House (New York, N.Y.)
Gregg, Alan, 1890-1957
Hand, Augustus Noble, 1869-1954
Houghton, Mifflin and Company
Jackson, Isabella Dove Lee, 1895-1970
Lawrence, Hannah Cobb
Lawrence, William, 1889-1984
Lee, Francis L., 1823-1886
Lee, Francis Wilson, 1852-1923
Lee, Guy Hunter, 1894-1953
Lee, Marion Dove, 1867-1948
Lee, Sarah Wilson, 1821-1901
Longworth, Alice Roosevelt, 1884-1980
Marks, Jeannette Augustus, 1875-1964
Morse, Frances Rollins, 1850-1923
Morse, Harriet Lee, 1826-1911
Morse, Samuel Tapley
Perry, Henry Ten Eyck
Putnam, Elizabeth Cabot, 1836-1922
Radcliffe College--Alumni and alumnae
Saltonstall, Leverett, 1892-1979
United States. Army. American Expeditionary Forces
Van Waters, Miriam
Walker, Alice Lee, 1899-1988
Ware, Susan Dove Lee, 1897-1972
Widows' Society (Boston, Mass.)
Young Men's Christian Association