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University of Chicago Library

Guide to the Elizabeth H. Paepcke Papers 1889-1994

© 2004 University of Chicago Library

Acknowledgments

The Elizabeth H. Paepcke Papers were processed and preserved with generous support from Mrs. Antonia P. DuBrul, Mrs. Elizabeth s. Guenzel, and Mrs. Paula A. Zurcher.

Descriptive Summary

Title:

Paepcke, Elizabeth H. Papers

Dates:

1889-1994

Size:

140 linear feet (235 boxes)

Repository:

Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library
1100 East 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637 U.S.A.

Abstract:

The Elizabeth H. Paepcke Papers consist of 140 linear feet and include biographical, personal and financial material, correspondence, subject files, photographs, audio-visual materials, awards, honorary degrees, ephemera, typescript drafts, publications, and newspaper and magazine clippings. The collection documents Elizabeth Paepcke's many interests in cultural, social and philanthropic activities. This includes material related to the Aspen Institute for the Humanities and the Goethe Bicentennial Foundation. Her interests in the arts, environment, education and politics are also reflected by the records of her art collection, interest in works of numerous artists and involvment in the Art Institute of Chicago and Museum of Contemporary Art. The collection also includes personal and family material in the form of calendars and guest books, correspondence, and photographs. Her extensive correspondence concerns both her cultural and social activities and personal and family relationships. The collection focuses primarily on the years between circa 1950 and 1993, although the earliest material dates to 1889.

Information on Use

Access

The collection is open for research except for Series XII. This series is restricted indefinitely.

Citation

When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Elizabeth H. Paepcke. Papers, [Box #, Folder #], Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library

Biographical Note

Elizabeth Hilken Nitze Paepcke was born on August 28, 1902, in Baltimore, Maryland. She was the daughter of Anina Sophia Hilken Nitze and William Albert Nitze, who was a faculty member and chair of the University of Chicago's Department of Romance Languages and Literatures. She had one brother, Paul. The Nitze family moved to Hyde Park, in Chicago, when she was six years old. Her nickname, "Pussy," was given to her by her mother when she was child and she retained the nickname throughout her life. Elizabeth attended Foxcroft, a boarding school for girls in Virginia, graduating in 1921. In 1922 Elizabeth married Walter Paul Paepcke. Elizabeth and Walter had a son Walter, Jr. (d. 1926) and three daughters, Anina, Paula and Antonia.

With Walter, Elizabeth became an important figure in the cultural and social life of Chicago. She was involved in the Art Institute, Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Lyric Opera and numerous other organizations. She also belonged to several clubs including the Scribblers Club, the Casino Club and she appeared regularly in the society pages. She was particularly interested in modern art and was a member of the Art Institute's Women's Board and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Museum of Contemporary Art. She collected the works of artists such as Lazlo Moholy-Nagy, Pablo Picasso and others, and would occasionally loan these works to museums. The combination of her husband, Walter's, role in the business world as the founder of the Container Corporation of America, and her interests in art and culture shaped that company's seminal advertising campaign that focused on design and art. Elizabeth's interest in art and design also included working on interior design projects herself. She attended the School of the Art Institute and was involved in design projects for Marshall Fields and the University of Chicago International House.

In other cultural arenas, Elizabeth and Walter promoted the humanities. They participated in Great Books classes in Chicago and the Great Books Foundation. Elizabeth made important contributions to the Goethe Festival and the creation of the Aspen Institute for the Humanities. After Walter died in 1960, she remained a regular participant in the Aspen Institute for many years and in the International Design Conference in Aspen, and was involved in the Music Associates of Aspen. Among her circle of friends and acquaintances was the intellectual Mortimer Adler. They maintained a long friendship, corresponding about his work, autobiography and the Institute for Philosophical Research.

Known as the "Grand Dame of Aspen," Elizabeth was devoted to the city of Aspen, which she had first visited in 1938. She and Walter had taken the small mining town and revived it through the foundation of the Aspen Institute and the development of skiing. She also participated in numerous cultural events in Aspen, such as the design conference mentioned above. She maintained a residence in Aspen, spending more time there later in her life. Elizabeth was concerned with preserving historic buildings in the town, its expansion and its politics. Her involvement in Aspen extended to environmental issues in that area and in general. Especially later in life, she became increasingly interested in environmental impacts and dangers. She joined and contributed to the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies and the related Thorne Ecological Foundation.

Elizabeth had many interests and remained involved in many organizations throughout her life. An interest in music was reflected in her relationship with the pianists Victor and Vronsky Babin. She also was interested in politics, through the careers of her brother, Paul Nitze, a diplomat and civil servant, and Adlai Stevenson, Governor of Illinois and United Nations Ambassador. Elizabeth was a member of the Visiting Committee on the Humanities at the University of Chicago and was a friend of Robert M. Hutchins. She was also a member of the board of trustees of the University of Denver. She traveled widely and visited many countries as well as visiting the Antarctic. Elizabeth read broadly and often kept newspaper and magazine clippings that reflect her many interests as well as the lives of her friends and acquaintances.

Elizabeth maintained a lively involvement in her many cultural, political and intellectual interests all her life. She died in Aspen on June 15, 1994.

Scope Note

Scope Note

The Elizabeth H. Paepcke Papers have been arranged into twelve series: Series I, Personal; Series II, Correspondence; Series III, Activities and Interests; Series IV, Travel; Series V, Nitze Family; Series VI, Adlai Stevenson; Series VII, Mortimer Adler; Series VIII, Photographs; Series IX, Audio-Visual, Series X, Awards, Plaques and Ephemera; Series XI, Writings, Newspaper and Magazine Clippings; and Series XII, Restricted.

Series I: Personal, has been divided into six subseries: Engagements, Calendars and Guest Books, Financial and Legal, Walter Paepcke, Albert Schweitzer and General. Engagements includes speeches Elizabeth gave at various social events. It also includes brochures from events she attended and materials such as correspondence, guest lists and organizational materials, from events she helped organize. Similar material is found in Subseries 2, which contains calendars and guest books. Subseries 3, Financial and Legal contains records of lawsuits that involved Elizabeth, primarily having to do with her Aspen properties, and includes records regarding her art collection. Some of the oldest material in the collection is found in Subseries 4, Walter Paepcke. This material pertains to Walter's father, Herman Paepcke. This subseries also includes a small amount of Walter's correspondence, several of his honorary degrees, and memorials. Subseries 5, Albert Schweitzer, contains correspondence between Elizabeth and Schweitzer and correspondence with persons affiliated with him or the Binder-Schweitzer hospital. Other material of note in this subseries includes photographs, newspaper clippings about Schweitzer, and a painted wooden clog that was given to her by F. Deikert (see letter); according to the letter that came with it, the shoe was carved from a tree trunk that Schweitzer used to sit on. Subseries 6, General, contains miscellaneous personal items such as passports and includes a few folders of notes she made of interesting ideas and facts.

Series II: Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by the name of the correspondent. Most of the correspondence is to or from Elizabeth but a small amount of correspondence of family members is included in this series. It also includes a few card files of addresses, notebooks that were used to keep a record of correspondence and one bound volume of letters. Much of this material can be cross-referenced to correspondents and material in other series, especially Series III: Activities and Interests.

Series III: Activities and Interests contains subject files. Included in this series is a variety of material from the many organizations Elizabeth participated in, and subjects on which she maintained an interest. These include institutions of the arts such as the Art Institute and Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, and numerous institutions in Aspen.

Series IV: Travel contains the itineraries, maps, guidebooks and various small souvenirs from Elizabeth's extensive travel. The material is arranged alphabetically by the name of the country or continent. Other items in this series include maps, photographs, brochures, ticket stubs, newspaper and magazine clippings and correspondence. There are a number of more unusual items as well, such as a fan and a set combs from Japan.

Series V: Nitze Family contains a variety of personal and family materials, often of sentimental value. Some short stories and skits by her mother, Anina Nitze (Mrs. William A. Nitze), are included, as are her father's honorary degrees. Additionally, there are materials related to Elizabeth's brother, Paul Nitze, that concern his diplomatic and political career. The contents are arranged alphabetically by the name of the family member, except for the materials relating to Henry Hilken, her maternal grandfather, which have been placed at the end.

Two smaller series are Series VI: Adlai Stevenson, and Series VII: Mortimer Adler. Adlai Stevenson was a lifelong friend whom Elizabeth met in 1916. This series contains copies of some of his speeches, correspondence, United Nations press releases, Elizabeth's handwritten notes, a medal and memorials. It also includes a small amount of material pertaining to the Adlai Stevenson Institute of International Affairs and a copy of the oral history that Elizabeth gave to the Oral History Collection at Columbia University. Mortimer Alder was also a lifelong friend. This series includes typescripts of Adler's autobiography, offprints of articles, correspondence, reading lists and instructions for moderators leading reading sessions of Great Books and other reading groups. Also, a number of Adler's speeches can be found here and an introduction of Adler by Elizabeth for his 80th birthday speech.

Series VIII: Photographs is divided into six subseries: Family; Social Events and Leisure Activities; Travel; Aspen; Aspen Institute, Goethe Festival, 7& Celebrities; and Miscellaneous. Many of the photographs are not labeled or dated. Other photographs may be found in other series, including additional travel photographs in Series IV: Travel. The date range for this series is 1912-1988.

Eight items are included in Series IX: Audio-Visual. Six of these are reel tapes containing speeches on architecture by the architect George Danforth. There is a cassette tape: "Freak Culture and Drugs," a speech given by Michael Aldrich at the International Design Conference in Aspen in 1971. The last two items are a pair of 78 RPM Discs labeled as Walter P. Paepcke, Jr.'s "favorite songs."

Series X: Awards, Plaques and Ephemera includes two subseries. The first, Awards and Plaques, contains awards, certificates and plaques given to Elizabeth by a number of groups for her involvement in the city of Aspen, the arts and a variety of other activities. The second subseries, Ephemera, includes an assortment of reproductions of artwork and original works. Some of these are Elizabeth's own creations and some by friends or family. The ephemera themselves vary greatly in type. The items range from decoupage greeting cards, to a zinc printing plate. Also included is an artists' book created as a memorial for Walter Paepcke from the Institute of Design and contains an original work by Lazlo Moholy-Nagy.

Series XI: Writings of Others, Newspaper and Magazine Clippings has been divided into two subseries. The first subseries, Writings, consists of writings by scholars, friends and relatives. It includes photocopies and reprints of articles, manuscripts and speeches. These items are arranged alphabetically by author. The second subseries contains many newspaper and magazine clippings. Other clippings are included in the other series. These clippings have been roughly arranged by subject and include subject headings such as art, Aspen, Chicago, Environment, Walter Paepcke, and Politics. Under the subject heading, Society, a handful of whole magazines have been preserved.

Access to Series XII is restricted indefinitely.

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Subject Headings

INVENTORY

Series I: Personal

This series consists of materials related to Elizabeth Paepcke's social engagements and obligations, some records of her art collection, and lawsuits with which she was involved. In addition, there are two subseries about Albert Schweitzer and her husband, Walter Paepcke, which also includes material about her father-in-law, Herman Paepcke. Series I covers the dates 1889-1994. It has been divided into six subseries: Engagements, Calendars and Guest Books, Financial and Legal, Walter Paepcke, Albert Schweitzer, and General.

The first subseries, Engagements, contains records of some of the many social, cultural and political events Elizabeth attended. She gave many speeches and copies of some of these can be found in this subseries, including a speech she gave on July 7, 1974 at the 25th anniversary of the Goethe Bicentennial. Some of speeches are preserved as handwritten manuscripts. The subseries also contains correspondence, guest lists, brochures and invitations to speak. Also included in Subseries 1 is a tribute given to Elizabeth by many of her Aspen friends on the occasion of her 80th Birthday.

Related to subseries 1 is the second subseries, Calendars and Guest Books. This is a small subseries containing a few calendars on which Elizabeth kept note of her activities and a number of guest books from her home. The Guest books are fanciful, often handmade, books that visitors would sign. Paepcke's guests sometimes included an inscription or drawing with their name. One of the calendars, like a scrapbook, contained many smaller pieces. These pieces, including a wedding sixpence, were removed to another folder. Some of the guest books also included a few inserts that were placed in separate folders.

Subseries 3, Financial and Legal contains records of Elizabeth's art collection, which included works from artists such as Bayer, Calder, Chagall, Klee, Moholy-Nagy and Picasso. There are several appraisals and records of donations of artwork to the Art Institute and Museum of Contemporary Art. The legal section of the subseries includes legal materials from lawsuits that involved Elizabeth. These usually concern her Aspen properties or the Aspen Institute.

Subseries 4, Walter Paepcke, includes material related to Elizabeth's husband, Walter Paepcke and a small amount of material concerning his father, Hermann Paepcke. This material is some of the oldest in the collection, dating to 1889. Some of it relates to Paepcke-Leicht and the Chicago Mill and Lumber Company, which were predecessors of the Container Corporation of America. The subseries also includes a small amount of Walter's correspondence. Several of his honorary degrees can be found here with related programs, photos and newspaper clippings. There is also a list of Walter's honorary degrees written by Elizabeth. There are a number of memorials from various corporations and cultural institutions such as the Art Institute, the Aspen Institute, the Commercial Club of Chicago and the University of Chicago. A memorial artist's book dedicated to Walter Paepcke from the Illinois Institute of Design, which includes a drawing? By Lazlo Moholy-Nagy, has been placed in Series X: Awards, Plaques and Ephemera. The scrapbook, "We Go To the Party," concerns the opening of a pulp mill in Fernandina Florida by the Container Corporation of America.

Subseries 5, Albert Schweitzer, contains correspondence between Elizabeth and Schweitzer and correspondence with persons affiliated with him or the Binder-Schweitzer hospital. Date range for this correspondence is 1949-1975. Other materials of note in this subseries include a number of newspaper clippings about Schweitzer, a few photographs, and a wooden shoe that was given to her by F. Deikert (see letter); according to a letter that accompanied it, it was carved from a tree trunk that Schweitzer used to sit on. The shoe originally had a facsimile of one of Schweitzer's sermons rolled up inside it. Further information on Albert Schweitzer may be found in Subseries 4: Walter Paepcke, in the Correspondence.

Subseries 6, General, contains passports, notes of interesting ideas and facts, report cards from Foxcroft and a few miscellaneous family items. The notes are mostly handwritten, although a few are typed.

Subseries 1: Engagements

Box 1   Folder 1

Albert Schweitzer International Convocation - Speech, 1966

Box 1   Folder 2

American Society of Interior Designers - Speech, n.d.

Box 1   Folder 3

Arts Club Program Dance, 1940

Box 1   Folder 4

Aspen - Speech, July 7, 1974

Box 1   Folder 5

Aspen - Speech, n.d.

Box 1   Folder 6

Birthday Speeches, 1956-1991

Box 1   Folder 7

Casino Club Party - 1954

Box 1   Folder 8

The Casino Club - Speech, 1990

Box 1   Folder 9

Cocktail Party, May 30, 1959

Box 1   Folder 10

Concert in Memory of Victor Babin, August 5, 1972

Box 1   Folder 11

Crusaders Club - Speech, 1965

Box 1   Folder 12

Dedication, Aspen Institute, 1963

Box 1   Folder 13

Dinner for Adlai Stevenson III, 1973

Box 1   Folder 14

Dinner Party, 1966

Box 1   Folder 15

Eightieth Birthday Party, 1982

Box 1   Folder 16

Eightieth Birthday Party, 1982

Box 1   Folder 17

Eightieth Birthday Party, 1982

Box 1   Folder 18

Eightieth Birthday Party, Tribute Book, 1982 SEE .b 17

Box 1   Folder 19

Fine Arts Quartet, May 1974

Box 1   Folder 20

Girl Scouts - Speech, 1965

Box 2   Folder 1

Given Pathobiology Institute - Speech, n.d.

Box 2   Folder 2

Guest List, 1963

Box 2   Folder 3

Guest Lists, 1944

Box 2   Folder 4

Guest Lists, n.d.

Box 2   Folder 5

Hamilton Park Women's Club, 1960

Box 2   Folder 6

Introduction of Mortimer Adler, 1967

Box 2   Folder 7

Introduction of Mortimer Adler, Friday Club, February 20, 1976

Box 2   Folder 8

Introduction of Mortimer Adler, n.d.

Box 2   Folder 9

Menu, November 4, 1939

Box 2   Folder 10

National Home Fashions League - Speech, 1967

Box 2   Folder 11

National Home Fashions League - Speech, February 26, 1969

Box 2   Folder 12

Ninetieth Birthday Party

Box 2   Folder 13

Anina Paepcke's Debutante Party, 1944

Box 2   Folder 14

Anina Paepcke's Wedding

Box 2   Folder 15

Anina Paepcke Wood's Wedding, 1963

Box 2   Folder 16

Paepcke Garden Scrabble

Box 2   Folder 17

Paula Paepcke's Debutante Party, 1946

Box 2   Folder 18

Paula Paepcke's Wedding, 1949

Box 2   Folder 19

Perry Park Hounds, n.d.

Box 2   Folder 20

Premiere Party, 1966

Box 2   Folder 21

Seventieth Birthday Party, 1972

Box 2   Folder 22

Seventieth Birthday Party, 1972

Box 2   Folder 23

St. John's Dinner, 1979

Box 2   Folder 24

Tribute to Robert O. Anderson, 1981

Box 2   Folder 25

United Nations Benefit, 1965

Box 2   Folder 26

United Nations Benefit, Correspondence, 1965

Box 2   Folder 27

United Nations Benefit, Guest Lists, 1966

Box 3   Folder 1

U.S. Naval Training Center Graduation, 1965

Box 3   Folder 2

University of Colorado, Boulder - Speech, n.d.

Box 3   Folder 3

Washington's Salute to President Johnson, n.d.

Box 3   Folder 4

Western State College - Convocation Speech, August 4, 1955

Box 3   Folder 5

Unidentified Speeches

Subseries 2: Calendars and Guest Books

Box 3   Folder 6

Calendar, 1962

Box 3   Folder 7

Calendar, 1982 SEE .b 17

Box 3   Folder 8-10

Date book, [1930?]

Box 3   Folder 9

Guest book, 1939-1941

Box 4    Folder 1

Guest book, 1940-1952

Box 4    Folder 2

Guest book, 1972-1993

Subseries 3: Financial and Legal

Box 4   Folder 3

Art - Bayer

Box 4   Folder 4

Art - Calder

Box 4   Folder 5

Art - Chagall

Box 4   Folder 6

Art - Degas and Manet

Box 4   Folder 7

Art - German School

Box 4   Folder 8

Art - Gleizes

Box 4   Folder 9

Art - Gris

Box 4   Folder 10

Art - Japanese Art

Box 4   Folder 11

Art - Klee

Box 4   Folder 12

Art - Klee

Box 4   Folder 13

Art - Léger

Box 4   Folder 14

Art - Miro

Box 4   Folder 15

Art - Moholy-Nagy

Box 5   Folder 1

Art - Picasso

Box 5   Folder 2

Art - Picasso

Box 5   Folder 3

Art - Zush

Box 5   Folder 4

Art - Appraisals, 1955-1976

Box 5   Folder 5

Art - Appraisals and Loans, 1946-1987

Box 5   Folder 6

Art - Lists

Box 5   Folder 7

Art - Loans

Box 5   Folder 8

Art - Sales and Gifts, 1946-1993

Box 5   Folder 9

Airport, 1983

Box 5   Folder 10

Artes-Roy, 1991

Box 5   Folder 11

Artes-Roy, 1991-1992

Box 5   Folder 12

Artes-Roy, 1992

Box 5   Folder 13

Artes-Roy, 1992

Box 6   Folder 1

Aspen institute, 1977-1978

Box 6   Folder 2

Aspen Metropolitan Sanitation District, 1971

Box 6   Folder 3

Cantrup Properties, 1981-1985

Box 6   Folder 4

Erickson Ranch, 1970-1978

Box 6   Folder 5

Erickson Ranch, 1979

Box 6   Folder 6

Erickson Ranch, 1980

Box 6   Folder 7

Erickson Ranch, 1981

Box 6   Folder 8

Erickson Ranch, 1982

Box 7   Folder 1

Erickson Ranch, 1982

Box 7   Folder 2

Erickson Ranch, 1982-1983

Box 7   Folder 3

Fence Relocation, 1982

Box 7   Folder 4

Four Seasons Club, 1960-1967

Box 7   Folder 5

Hotel Jerome, 1966-1969

Box 7   Folder 6

Living Will (blank), 1971

Box 7   Folder 7

McCloskey-Hunter Creek, 1987-1990

Box 7   Folder 8

Pitkin County Development, 1972-1974

Box 7   Folder 9

Pitkin County Property, 1982-1983

Box 7   Folder 10

Pitkin County Property, 1982-1983

Box 7   Folder 11

Sandwich Illinois House, blueprint

Box 7   Folder 11

Stallard House, 1961-1962

Box 7   Folder 12

Stallard House, 1961-1962

Subseries 4: Walter Paepcke

Box 8   Folder 1

Aspen Skiing Corporation, 1946-1948

Box 8   Folder 2

Chicago Mill and Lumber SEE .b 17

Box 8   Folder 3

Container Corporation, 1930-31

Box 8   Folder 4

Correspondence, 1920-1929

Box 8   Folder 5

Correspondence, 1942-1957

Box 8   Folder 6

Correspondence, 1958-1959

Box 8   Folder 7

Correspondence, 1960

Box 8   Folder 8

Correspondence, n.d.

Box 8   Folder 9

Degree, 1917 SEE .b 17

Box 8   Folder 10

Fraternity Paddle, 1915 SEE .b 17

Box 8   Folder 11

Herman Paepcke (Walter Paepcke's father)

Box 8   Folder 12-13

Herman Paepcke (Walter Paepcke's father) Financial Records

Box 8   Folder 14

Herman Paepcke (Walter Paepcke's father) SEE .b 18 Memorial

Box 8   Folder 15

Herman Paepcke (Walter Paepcke's father) SEE .b 18 Memorial (bound in leather) Genealogical Tree Bonds [?]

Box 8   Folder 16

Honorary Degrees - list, n.d.

Box 8   Folder 17

Honorary Degree, Colorado College, 1959

Box 8   Folder 18

Honorary Degree, Farleigh Dickinson College, 1951 SEE .b 18

  • Honor/citation
  • Photos
Box 8   Folder 19

Honorary Degree, Northwestern University, 1951

  • Program
  • Award
Box 9   Folder 1

Honorary Degrees, Oberlin College, 1955 Degree

  • Photo book Clippings
Box 9   Folder 2

Honorary Degrees, Oberlin College, 1955 Commemorative Book

Box 9   Folder 3

Occidental College, 1955 Degree Correspondence

Box 9   Folder 4

Trinity College, 1954 Programs

Box 9   Folder 5

Trinity College, 1954 SEE .b 18 Degree

Box 9   Folder 6

University of Denver, 1950 Degree

  • Programs
  • Clippings
Box 9   Folder 7

Wesleyan University, 1954

  • Degree
  • Commencement Programs
Box 9   Folder 8

Honors and Awards

  • Village of Glencoe, for service in World War I, 1919
  • American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1960
  • Michael Friedsam Medal, 1960
Box 9   Folder 9

Honors and Awards

  • Federal Republic of Germany, Das Grosse Verdienstkreuz [Distinguished Service Medal], 1957
  • State of Colorado, Senate Resolution recognizing contributions of Walter P. Paepcke
Box 9   Folder 10

Honors and Awards SEE .b 18

  • University of Oregon, Charter Day, 1957
  • Chicago Chapter American Red Cross, 1940
  • State of Florida Patriotism Award, 1938
  • Community and War Fund of Metropolitan Chicago, Inc., 1945
  • Industrial Advertising Man-of-the-Year, 1954
  • Award of Honor, Chicago Chapter, The American Institute of Architects, 1954
  • The Architectural League of New York, Michael Friedsam Medal in Industrial Art, 1960
Box 9   Folder 11

"A Tribute to Walter Paepcke" CBS-Radio Broadcast, Gold Plated Record, February 18, 1956 SEE .b 19

Box 10

Honors and Awards - Colorado Ski Hall of Fame, 1978

Box 11   Folder 1

Newspaper Clippings

Box 11   Folder 2

Paepcke-Leicht Company, 1909 SEE .b 21 Reprint from American Lumberman

Box 11   Folder 3

Paepcke-Leicht Company, 1909 SEE .b 21 Reprint from American Lumberman

Box 11   Folder 4

Personal

Box 11   Folder 5

Speeches, 1951-1952

Box 11   Folder 6-11

Memorials, 1960-1968 SEE ALSO .b 21

Box 12   Folder 1-5

Memorials

Box 12   Folder 6

Memorial Speeches

Box 12   Folder 7

Obituaries

Box 12   Folder 8

Cemetery correspondence

Box 13

Scrapbook: "The Community and War Fund of Metropolitan Chicago," 1945 (bound)

Box 13   Folder 1

Scrapbook: "We Go To The Party," 1938

Subseries 5: Albert Schweitzer

Box 14   Folder 1

Correspondence, A-F

  • Anderson, Erica [?]
  • Bill [?]
  • Cheatham, Mrs. Julian N. (Alyce R.)
  • Cheney, Lois A.
  • Christy, Francis T.
  • Diekert, F.
  • Eckert-Schweitzer, Rhena
  • Ellerbrock, Lee
  • Frank, Joseph
Box 14   Folder 2

Correspondence, G-P

  • Martin, E.
  • McCutcheon, Susan
  • Merton, Rolf A.
  • Personnel of the Hospital Schweitzer in Lambaréné
  • Preminger, Marion Mill
Box 14   Folder 3

Correspondence, Schweitzer, Albert

Box 14   Folder 4

Correspondence, S-Z

  • Silver, Ali
  • Speigelberg, Herbert
  • Urquhart, Clara
Box 14   Folder 5

Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, 1975-1987

Box 14   Folder 6

Binder Schweitzer Amazonian Hospital, 1967-1969

Box 14   Folder 7

Binder Schweitzer Amazonian Hospital, 1966-1967

Box 14   Folder 8

Celebration in Paepcke Park, Aspen, 1989

Box 14   Folder 9

Convocation, Aspen, Speech drafts, 1966

Box 15   Folder 1

Convocation, Aspen, 1966

Box 15   Folder 2

Convocation, Aspen, 1966

Box 15   Folder 3

Ephemera

Box 15   Folder 4

Newsletters, 1974-1989

Box 15   Folder 5

Newspaper Clippings

Box 15   Folder 6

Newspaper Clippings

Box 15   Folder 7

Newspaper Clippings SEE .b 21

Box 15   Folder 8

Photographs, 1932-1948

Box 15   Folder 9

Symposium, 1969

Box 15   Folder 10

Writings, 1949-1959

  • "Goethe: His Personality and his Work"
  • "The Rights of the Unborn and The Peril Today"
Box 15   Folder 11

Writings of others, 1949-1969

  • The Transcendentalism of Albert Schweitzer, Archibald T. Davison
  • Albert Schweitzer, Kasimir Edschmid
  • "Again, Albert Schweitzer and Indian Thought," A. L. Herman, in Philosophy East and West
  • Schweitzer or The Question They Won't Ask You, Ada P. McCormick
  • Albert Schweitzer, T. L. Vaswani (note from Ali Silver and Albert Schweitzer)
Box 16   Folder 1

Shoe and Sermon from shoe SEE ALSO .b 20

Subseries 6: General

Box 16   Folder 2

Family

Box 16   Folder 3-4

Notes

Box 16   Folder 5

Passports

Box 16   Folder 6

Report Cards

Box 17 Oversize   Folder 1

Eightieth Birthday Party, Tribute Book, 1982

Box 17 Oversize   Folder 2

Calendar, 1982

Box 17 Oversize   Folder 3

Chicago Mill and Lumber

Box 17 Oversize   Folder 4

Correspondence, n.d.

Box 17 Oversize   Folder 5

Degree, 1917

Box 18 Oversize   Folder 1

Herman Paepcke (Walter Paepcke's father) - Memorial

Box 18 Oversize   Folder 2

Herman Paepcke (Walter Paepcke's father) Memorial (bound in leather) Genealogical Tree Bonds [?]

Box 18 Oversize   Folder 3

Honorary Degree, Farleigh Dickinson College, 1951

Box 18 Oversize   Folder 4

Honor/citation

Box 18 Oversize   Folder 5

Photos

Box 18 Oversize   Folder 6

Trinity College, 1954 Degree Honors and Awards

Box 18 Oversize   Folder 7

University of Oregon, Charter Day, 1957

Box 18 Oversize   Folder 8

Chicago Chapter American Red Cross, 1940

Box 18 Oversize   Folder 9

State of Florida Patriotism Award, 1938

Box 18 Oversize   Folder 10

Community and War Fund of Metropolitan Chicago, Inc., 1945

Box 18 Oversize   Folder 11

Industrial Advertising Man-of-the-Year, 1954

Box 18 Oversize   Folder 12

Award of Honor, Chicago Chapter, The American Institute of Architects, 1954

Box 18 Oversize   Folder 13

The Architectural League of New York, Michael Friedsam Medal in Industrial Art, 1960

Box 19 Oversize   Folder 1

"A Tribute to Walter Paepcke" CBS-Radio Broadcast, Gold Plated Record, February 18, 1956

Box 21 Oversize   Folder 1

Paepcke-Leicht Company, 1909 Reprint from American Lumberman

Box 21 Oversize   Folder 2

Paepcke-Leicht Company, 1909

Box 21 Oversize   Folder 3

Memorials, 1960-1968

Box 21 Oversize   Folder 4

Newspaper Clippings

Series II: Correspondence

Elizabeth was a regular and enthusiastic correspondent, and her correspondence is extensive. This series covers the period 1926-1994 but the heaviest concentration is from 1950 to 1980. The correspondence has been arranged alphabetically by the name of the correspondent.

There are several small sets of correspondence of Elizabeth's family members, including Walter Paepcke, A. P. Guenzel (aunt), Anina Nitze (mother), William A. Nitze (father), Anina Paepcke (daughter) and Paula Paepcke (daughter). These have been placed at the end of the series, as have Elizabeth's notebooks containing records of her correspondence, and the unidentified correspondence. Letters of condolence after the death of her husband, Walter, have been alphabetized separately and placed at the end of the series. Correspondence with family members is quite extensive, especially with her daughters, Anina, Paula and Antonia (Toni). This correspondence is alphabetized according to maiden and married names for each daughter.

In this series, there are a variety of nicknames used between Elizabeth and her correspondents. Most people use her nickname, "Pussy," but family members often address her as "Smoo" or "Smooie." Elizabeth sometimes used the nickname "Ianina" for her eldest daughter, Anina, and her husband Ian. Elizabeth and William "Bill" Moulis used a large variety of nicknames for each other. These include Alexandra or Carlotta on his part and Maximillian, Jack Headstrong and Boujma on her part. A complete list of the nicknames Elizabeth had for Moulis is included in his entry in the inventory below. Most nicknames are indicated in parentheses next to the full name of the correspondent.

A bound set of letters to given Elizabeth on her eightieth birthday have been placed at the end of the series.

This series does not contain all the correspondence; most of the other series contain additional correspondence.

Box 22   Folder 1

Abbe-Adlai

  • Abbe, Patience, Richard and Johnny
  • Abbe, Patience
  • Abelson, Kerry
  • Aberson, John
  • Abler, Julius and Elizabeth
  • Acheson, Alice and Dean
  • Acland, Anthony, Sir and Jenny, Lady
  • Adam, Claus and Eleanor
  • Adamowska, Helenka
  • Adams, John
  • Adams, Marilyn
  • Adams, Robert McCormick and Janet
  • Adamson, Bruce Cambell
  • Adelson, Gail
  • Adlai E. Stevenson Memorial Fund
Box 22   Folder 2

Adler

  • Adler, Carol
  • Adler, Douglas
  • Adler, Mark
  • Adler, Mike and Pam
  • Adler, Mortimer
Box 22   Folder 3

Adrian-Alsop

  • Adrian, William
  • Agam, Yaacov
  • Ahmed, Erfan
  • Albouy, Margaret
  • Aldis, Dorothy
  • Aldis, Graham
  • Aldrin, John
  • Allen, James Sloane
  • Allen, Winthrop
  • Allerton, John
  • Allerton, Robert
  • Alsop, Tish (Mrs. Stuart)
Box 22   Folder 4

American-Ames

  • American Express Company
  • American Federation of Arts
  • American Institute of Architects
  • American Institute of Graphic Arts
  • American Society of Interior Designers
  • Ames, Edward (aka Ned) and Sue
  • Ames, Mrs. Ernest
Box 22   Folder 5

Anderson-Asch

  • Anderson, Barbara
  • Anderson, Claude
  • Anderson, Colin and Morna
  • Anderson, Elizabeth A.
  • Anderson, Erica
  • Anderson, Robert O.
  • Anderson, Shirley and Fred
  • Animal Welfare Institute
  • Annenberg, Walter
  • Arlamonoff, G.
  • Armstrong, Sara and E. F.
  • Armstrong, Thomas N., III
  • Arnold, Pamela and Richard
  • Arquilla, Mrs. George
  • Art Institute of Chicago
  • Arts Club of Chicago
  • Asch, Bob
Box 22   Folder 6

Aspen Historical Society

Box 22   Folder 7

Aspen - Aziz

  • Aspen Airways, inc.
  • Aspen Magazine
  • Aspen Skiing Co.
  • Astley, Edward
  • Aubry, Stephan and Letitia
  • Auditorium Theater Council
  • Ault, J. Burchenal
  • Aung, Dr. and Mrs. Htin
  • Austin, Andy
  • Aziz, Philip J.
Box 23   Folder 1

Babin, Victor and Vitya Vronsky

Box 23   Folder 2

Bacon-Bakewell

  • Bacon, Mardges
  • Bacon, Whipple and Co.
  • Badger, Frances
  • Bakemeier, Richard F.
  • Baker, Howard M.
  • Bakewell, Francis J., Rev.
Box 23   Folder 3

Balasy-Barrett

  • Balasy, Tony
  • Baldwin, Ray
  • Ballengee, Lora Lane (Mrs. Eugene)
  • Barbee, Mark K. (Mrs. David)
  • Barnard, Harry
  • Barnard, Hilda Norman
  • Barnard, Judith and Micheal Fain
  • Barnes, Courtie
  • Barnes, Katherine (Mrs. Richard S.)
  • Barnes, Peggy (Mrs. Cecil)
  • Barnett, E. M.
  • Barnett, Maurice
  • Barr, Jean
  • Barrett, N. (Mrs. Roger W.)
Box 23   Folder 4

Barry, Danny J.

Box 23   Folder 5

Bartos-Barzun

  • Bartos, Celeste and Armand
  • Basically Bach, Christie M. Enman
  • Baskin, Leonard
  • Batista, Karen
  • Battersby, Dr. Jean
  • Barzun, Jacques
Box 23   Folder 6

Barzun-Bauman

  • Barzun, Jacques
  • Bass, Elaine and Saul
  • Bauler, Mathias (Paddy)
  • Bauhaus-Archiv
  • Bauman, Frank
Box 23   Folder 7

Bayer, Herbert and Joella

Box 23   Folder 8

Bayerische Vereinsbank-Bayern

  • Bayerische Verinsbank
  • Bayern, Alexander, Prince
Box 24   Folder 1

Beadle-Bendelius

  • Beadle, George
  • Bealmear, Eleanor Berger
  • Beatty, Geneva
  • Becker, Ann and Ralph
  • Becker, Antionette
  • Beecher, William J.
  • Beissinger, Mark
  • Bell, Ford
  • Bell, Nathalie and Laird
  • Belloli, Yolanda
  • Belvedere Hotel, John L. Fordon
  • Bendelius, Geneva Beatty
Box 24   Folder 2

Benedict-Benton

  • Benedict, Fritz and Fabienne
  • Benedict, Jessica
  • Benezet, Louis
  • Benisinger, B. Edward
  • Bennett, John and Janie
  • Bennett, Rainey and Ann
  • Benson, Bernard S.
  • Benson, E. M.
  • Benson, Helen
  • Benton, Helen
  • Benton, William
Box 24   Folder 3

Benton, William-Benton, Margaret

  • Benton, William
  • [Benton], Margaret [Mrs. Tiffany Blake?]
Box 24   Folder 4

Berg-Betts

  • Berg, Dee Dee (Mrs Richard)
  • Berg, Louise M.
  • Bergen, Elsbeth
  • Berger, Bruce
  • Bergsträsser, Arnold
  • Berko, Franz and Mirte
  • Berlin, Arnold M.
  • Berman, Muriel and Phil
  • Berry, R. Stephen
  • Bettendorf, Harry J.
  • Betts, Henry B.
Box 24   Folder 5

Bier-Bismark

  • Bier, Justus
  • Bilandic, Heather
  • Bilandic, Micheal
  • Binder, Theodor
  • Bingham, Eleanor
  • Bingham, Mary
  • Bingham, Richard
  • Bingham, Richard, Eileen and Foxy
  • Bismark, F. and F.
Box 24   Folder 6

Bjornseth-Blomster

  • Bjornseth, Laura Frazier
  • Blackfield, Wendy
  • Blake, Michi
  • Blair, Bill
  • Blair, William McC.
  • Blair, Martha [Mrs. Granger]
  • Blettner, Margaret
  • Blomster, Wes (University of Colorado)
Box 24   Folder 7

Boden-Böniger

  • Boden, Adolf
  • Bøe, Alf
  • Boker, Alexander
  • Bokum, Fanny Butcher (Mrs. Richard Drummond)
  • Böninger, Otto R.
Box 24   Folder 8

Bonnell-Boyle

  • Bonnell, William and Debra
  • Boorstin, Daniel J.
  • Booth, Lynn
  • Borgese, Elizabeth and G. A.
  • Borowski, Felix
  • Boscom, James
  • Botero, Eduardo Uribe
  • Boughton, Bill
  • Bouter, Chris and Elizabeth de
  • Bovée, Arthur
  • Bowes, Pat and Kelly
  • Boyd, Flavil
  • Boyd, Natasha
  • Boyle, Joseph
Box 25   Folder 1

Brabazon-Bross

  • Brabazon, James
  • Brademas, John
  • Braden, Joanne
  • Bradford, Amory H.
  • Bradley, Mary
  • Bradshaw, Donna (Mrs. David E.)
  • Bradshaw, Patricia (Mrs. Thornton)
  • Bramwell, Christopher and Lilie
Box 25   Folder 2

Breasted, Jim

Box 25   Folder 3

Breese-Bross

  • Breese, William
  • Brennan, Francis
  • Brettell, Richard R.
  • British Consulate (Denver, Colorado)
  • Brohi, A. K.
  • Bromberg, Sally (Mrs. H. W.)
  • Bromfield, Marjorie B. (Mrs. Lawrence)
  • Brooke, Elizabeth
  • Brooks, Helen
  • Bross, John A.
Box 25   Folder 4

Brown

  • Brown, Anne
  • Brown, Baird
  • Brown, Colene (Mrs. Harold)
  • Brown, Dorothea (aka Dottie)
  • Brown, D. R. C., Aspen Skiing Co.
  • Brown, Mrs. Harold
Box 25   Folder 5

Brown

  • Brown, James
  • Brown, James G.
  • Brown, Joan (Mrs. Richard H.)
  • Brown, John Mason
  • Brown, Louise
  • Brown, Peggy (Mrs. Cabot)
  • Brown, Rosanne
Box 25   Folder 6-8

Bruckner, Donald J. R.

Box 25   Folder 9

Brutscher-Burling

  • Brutscher, Franz
  • Bryan, Todd A.
  • Buchanan, G. E. (aka Buck)
  • Bulkley, Katherine
  • Bull, Ellen (Mrs. Storm)
  • Bullock, Alan and Nibby, Lord and Lady
  • Bunting, Bessie
  • Bürck, Ruth
  • Burgess, Helen (Mrs. Randolph)
  • Burke, J. F.
  • Burling, Edward B. (aka Ned)
Box 25   Folder 10

Burmeister-Bynner

  • Burmeister, Raymond J., Jr
  • Butler, Frank
  • Butler, Michael
  • Butler, Paul
  • Byington, Spring
  • Bynner, Witter
Box 26   Folder 1

Cabot-Caplan

  • Cabot, Thomas D.
  • Caine, C.
  • Calder, Alexander
  • Calderson, Eric
  • Campbell, Donald J., Rt. Rev.
  • Campbell, Marise (Mrs. J. B.)
  • Canfield, Cass
  • Canfield, Gabriella, (Mrs. Befoni)
  • Cantey, Sam, III
  • Caplan, Ralph
Box 26   Folder 2

Cardamone-Cattan

  • Cardamone, Jody and Tom
  • Carleton College, President John W. Nason
  • Carlin, David
  • Carney, Peter R.
  • Carpenter, Delphine
  • Carpenter, Liz
  • Carrick, Hilary
  • Carroll, Margaret
  • Carson, Frank H.
  • Carter, Fay S.
  • Carton, Ann (Mrs. Laurence A.)
  • Cassou, Jean
  • Castress, Verne
  • Caswall, Edward M.
  • Cater, Libby and Douglass
  • Cattan, Michel
Box 26   Folder 3

Cavanaugh-Ceter

  • Cavanaugh, John J.
  • Cave, Jeffery P.
  • Cavett, Dick
  • Cervi, Clé
  • Cervi, Gene
  • Ceter, Douglass
Box 26   Folder 4

Chafee-Chermayeff

  • Chafee, Ann
  • Chagall, Marc
  • Chamber Music of America, Benjamin S. Dunham
  • Chambers, Trish
  • Ch'an, Wing-Tsit
  • Chandler, Clarissa and Henry
  • Chanzit, Gwen F., Curator, Herbert Bayer Collection, Denver Art Museum
  • Chaplin, Charles C. G.
  • Chapman, Bobsy Goodspeed
  • Chapman, Gladys and Frank
  • Charles, Gerard
  • Chasins, Abram
  • Chatfield-Taylor, Adele
  • Cheek, Mary Tyler
  • Chen, Chang Lok
  • Chermayeff, Barbara and Serge
Box 26   Folder 5

Chicago-Clifford

  • Chicago Beautiful Committee, Judith Erwin
  • Chicago, City of, Committee on Cultural and Economic Development
  • Chicago Daily News, Peg Zwecker
  • Chicago Historical Society, Elizabeth Jachimowicz
  • Chicago Opera Theater, Joan W. Harris
  • Chicago Public Library, Ralph G. Newman
  • Chicago Public School Art Society, Muriel Newman (Mrs. Albert)
  • Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Philip A. Whitacre, John M. Richman
  • Chila, Charles, Fredericka, Erica and Rachel
  • Christie, Mrs. George
  • Chu, Helga and H.
  • Clark, Mrs. A. B. F.
  • Clark, Patricia F.
  • Clark, Phil
  • Clarke, Richard T.
  • Clayman, Charles B.
  • Clifford, Peggy
Box 26   Folder 6

Cobb-Conger

  • Cobb, Hope (Mrs. Ahira)
  • Cody, John, Cardinal
  • Coffmin, Kathleen
  • Coll, Jerome B., Rev.
  • Collins, Janice and Charles T.
  • Colorado Council on the Arts and Humanitites, Robert N. Sheets
  • Colorado River Water Conservation District
  • Colorado Ski Museum
  • Colorni, E.
  • Columbia College, Center for New Music, William Russo
  • Colvin, James
  • Comcowich, William L.
  • Compton, C. Russell
  • Compton, Martha (Mrs. Gove)
  • Conger, Trista K. (Mrs. John Janeway)
Box 26   Folder 7

Conover-Council

  • Conover, Roger L.
  • Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Container Corporation of America
  • Continental Airlines
  • Cook, Phyllis (Mrs. John)
  • Cook, Wynona
  • Coolridge, Catharyn
  • Cooper, Fleeta L.
  • Cooper, Gary and Rocky
  • Cootes, Jean and Merritt
  • Copley, H.
  • Cornog, William
  • Corwin, Kenneth
  • Council on Religion and International Affairs
Box 26   Folder 8

Coward- Czartoryski

  • Coward, Noël
  • Craft, John Richard
  • Craig, James, Sir
  • Craig, Robert W.
  • Cramer, Ernst J.
  • Cranmer, Jean and George
  • Crichton, Michael
  • Crosby, Kathryn
  • Crowfields, Cass
  • Crowley, Frank
  • Cummings, E. (Mrs. Dexter)
  • Cummings, Ogden
  • Cummings, Walter J.
  • Cummins, Tom
  • Cunningham, E. (Mrs. Charles C.)
  • Cygol, Frank
  • Czartoryski, Olgierd, Prince
Box 27   Folder 1

Dahl- D'Amboise

  • Dahl, O. J.
  • Daily, Kathleen Krieger
  • Daley, Richard J.
  • Daley, Richard M.
  • Dalsace, Annie and Jean
  • D'Amboise, Jacques
Box 27   Folder 2

Damon-Davidson

  • Damon, Richard Colgate
  • Danforth, George
  • D'Arcy, Martin
  • Darling, J. N.
  • Darlington, Alice and Charles, Ambassador
  • Dasko, Pat
  • David, Terese
  • Davidson, Eugene and Suzie
  • Davidson, Hugh
Box 27   Folder 3

Davis-Davison

  • Davis, Diana
  • Davis, Emery
  • Davis, Fitzroy
  • Davis, Kenneth S.
  • Davis, Marjorie
  • Davis, Richard A. (aka Digby)
  • Davison, Mildred
Box 27   Folder 4

Dearing-DeHaan

  • Dearing, Albin
  • Dearing, Nancy
  • De Bourbon-Busset, Jacques, Comte and Comtesse
  • Defenders of Wildlife
  • DeForrest, David and Shirley
  • De Jonqueries, Mrs. Frederik
  • DeHaan, Norman
Box 27   Folder 5

DeLee- DeVischer

  • DeLee, Joseph B.
  • Delfau, Ruth
  • Denny, Reuel
  • Denver Art Museum
  • Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Donald R. Seawell
  • Denver, City and County, Mayor W. H. McNichols, Jr.
  • Denver Club, The
  • Denver Museum of Natural History
  • Denton, Margaret
  • DeVischer, Joyce
Box 27   Folder 6

Dick-Dixon

  • Dick, Nancy
  • Dickey, C. D.
  • Deikmann, Hermann
  • Deikmann, Alice
  • Diffrient, Niels
  • Dillingham, Louise (Mrs. Walter)
  • Dillon, Matthew
  • Dirksen, Everett M.
  • Dispeker, Thea
  • Ditchley Foundation
  • Dixon, Eleanor
  • Dixon, Martha
  • Dixon, Piers
  • Dixon, Wesley M.
Box 27   Folder 7

Doblin-Doyle

  • Doblin, Jay
  • Doherty, Maud
  • Dolnick, David
  • Donaldson, Howard
  • Donahue, Maurice R.
  • Donati, Lazzaro
  • Doner, H. Creston
  • Dönhoff, Marion Gräfin
  • Donnelley, Elliott
  • Donnelley, James R.
  • Donnelley, Randy (Mrs. Robert G.)
  • Douglas, Eric
  • Douglas, Kirk
  • Downing, Bradley C.
  • Dows, Sutherland
  • Doyle, Edward P.
  • Doyle, Theodore F.
Box 27   Folder 8

Dragstedt-Druzinsky

  • Dragstedt, Lester R.
  • Drain, Richard
  • Drake Travel Services
  • Drew, Inge
  • Drexler, Fred
  • Droste, Albert C.
  • Druick, Douglas
  • Druzinsky, Michael
Box 28   Folder 1

DuBrul

  • DuBrul, Antonia Paepke (Toni, Mrs. Stephen, Jr.) [daughter]
  • DuBrul, Jennifer (granddaughter)
  • DuBrul, Nicholas (grandson)
  • DuBrul, Richard
Box 28   Folder 2

DuBrul

  • DuBrul, Katherine (Mrs. Stephen M.)
Box 28   Folder 3

Dufallo-Dzuback

  • Dufallo, Richard
  • Duff, Paige and Tony
  • Duggan, Stephen P.
  • Duke, Jim
  • Dumask, Jackie and Bill
  • Dunaway, Bill
  • Dunaway, Jane
  • Dunlap, Joseph R.
  • Dunlap, William E.
  • Dupee, Gordon G.
  • Durrance, Margaret (Miggs) (Mrs. Richard)
  • Durrance, Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Miggs)
  • Dutch, Germaine
  • Dvering, Helen
  • Dyer, Karin Andersen
  • Dzuback, Mary Ann
Box 28   Folder 4

Eads-Emmet

  • Eads, Myrtle
  • Eastland, James O.
  • Hanns Ebensten Travel
  • Eberhardt & Son
  • Ebersloff, Rebecca
  • Eckerstrom, Ralph
  • Eichholz, Mercedes H. and Robert
  • Eisendrath, Erna
  • Eisendrath, William
  • Eliot, Theodore L.
  • Ellsworth, Mary-Louise
  • Emery, Charles Francis
  • Emery, Marta (Mrs. Raymond)
  • Emmerick, Emmy (Mrs. Max)
  • Emmet, Jessie
Box 28   Folder 5

Encyclopaedia-Enters

  • Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc.
  • Engelbrecht, Lloyd C.
  • Engle, Paul
  • English-Speaking Union
  • Enslow, Jill
  • Entenza, John D. (aka J.D.E.)
  • Enters, Angna
Box 28   Folder 6

Environment-Evans

  • Environment Planning and Design
  • Environmental Research Group
  • Erffa, Eleanor Follansbee
  • Erickson, Cathy (Mrs. Robert D.)
  • Eriksen, Garvene (Mrs. Stein)
  • Eshleman, Clayton
  • Estes Park Western Town
  • Eurick, Nell and Alvin
  • Euthanasia Educational Fund
  • Evans, Carol
  • Evans, Charles, Jr.
  • Evans, Jean (Mrs. Bergen)
Box 29   Folder 1

Fademton-Ferebee

  • Fademton, A. and Kip
  • Fafalla, Mrs. Henry
  • Fagen, Mildred R.
  • Fairank, Mrs. Kellogg, Jr.
  • Fales, Alice Peck
  • Famous Artists Schools
  • Farish, Anne
  • Farish, George
  • Farish, Martha
  • Farley, Jacqueline M.
  • Farney, David
  • Farr, Tena Dunaway
  • Farwell, John V.
  • Farwell, Margaret
  • Faust, Clarence
  • Feldstein, Charles R.
  • Ferebee, Charles
  • Ferrier, Malcolm D.
Box 29   Folder 2

Ferril

  • Ferril, Helen
  • Ferril, Thomas Hornsby
Box 29   Folder 3

Ferril, Thomas Hornsby

Box 29   Folder 4

Ferril-Ferry

  • Ferril, Thomas Hornsby
  • Ferry, W. Hawkins
Box 29   Folder 5

Field-Fitzpatrick

  • Field, Henry
  • Field, Marshall
  • Field Museum of Natural History
  • Field, Thomas P.
  • Fine Arts Quartet Concert Series
  • First National Bank in Aspen
  • First National Bank of Chicago
  • Fischer, Hanns
  • Fischer, Peter
  • Fischer, Stephen M.
  • Fisher, Roy M.
  • Fisher, Ruth Page
  • Fishenick, Kathryn
  • Fisher, Violet (Mrs. Francis)
  • [Fitzpatrick], Joan
Box 29   Folder 6

Flender-Foxcroft

  • Flender, Norma
  • Fletcher-Moulton, Silvia
  • Foerster, M.
  • Fogg Art Museum
  • Fogleman, James K.
  • Ford, Gerald R.
  • Ford, Mrs. Merril M.
  • Foreign Policy Association
  • Foster, Jack
  • Foundation for Interior Design
  • Fouts, Eri
  • Foxcroft Alumnae Association
  • Foxcroft School
Box 29   Folder 7

Frank-Fry

  • Frank, Gerald B.
  • Frank, [?]
  • Franklie, Ruth and Gene
  • Frazier, Stephen R.
  • Frazier, Walter S.
  • French, S.
  • Fredericks, Alexandra
  • Fredericks, Henry W.
  • Frederico's
  • Free Street Theater
  • Freeman, Dede (Mrs. Gaylord)
  • Freeman, Gaylord, Jr.
  • Fried, Gus and Erna
  • Friedberg, Paul
  • Friends of the Parks
  • Frost, Ben
  • Fry, Mrs. Willard A.
Box 29 continued   Folder 8

Fukukawa

  • Fukukawa, Shinji
  • The Fund for Adult Education
  • The Fund for the Advancement of Education
  • Furness, Betty (Mrs. Thomas)
  • Fürstenberg, Fritz L.
  • Fürstenberg, Olga
Box 30   Folder 1

Gaevernitz-Geddes

  • Gaevernitz, Gero
  • Gage, Berkely, Sir
  • Gage, Ulicia
  • Galandak, Bev and John
  • Gallo, Richard J.
  • Gallowhur, Terris D.
  • Ganz, Ruth Leone
  • Ganz, Walter
  • Garès, Victor Andre
  • Garrison, Eve
  • Garton, Sara
  • Garzoli, Dianne
  • Gealm, Vicky
  • Gearen, Ann
  • Geba, Erna
  • Geddes, Donald G.
Box 30   Folder 2

Geiger-Glaz

  • Geiger, K.
  • Geisendorfer, Mrs. George
  • Gelpecke, Hertha
  • Gemayel, Maurice
  • Georg, Yvonne
  • Geraghty, Helen T.
  • Gerbaz, Cherie
  • Gibb, David
  • Gifford, Emmy and Hal
  • Gilbert, Anne
  • Gilbert, Mary
  • Gill, Brendan
  • Ginsburg, Norton
  • Gisk, Lillian
  • Glass, Jim
  • Glaz, Herta
Box 30   Folder 3

Gleaves-Gomberg

  • Gleaves, Suzanne (Mrs. Charles)
  • Glendinning, Cora M.
  • Glessner House
  • Goddard, Connie
  • Goetz, Oswald
  • Gogarty, Oliver St. John
  • Goldberg, Bertrand
  • Goldberg, Bud
  • Goldberg, Dorothy
  • Goldberg, Maria
  • Goldsmith, Alan g.
  • Goldsmith, Myron
  • Gomberg, Addie, William (aka Bill) and Paula
  • Gomberg, Addie
Box 30   Folder 4

Goodall-Gould

  • Goodall, Donald B.
  • The Goodman Theatre
  • Goodman, Walter
  • Goodnow, Ed
  • Goodrich, Esther
  • Goodspeed, Betsy
  • Goodwin, W. E.
  • Goodyear, Conger A., Lt. Gen.
  • Gordon, Polly
  • Gordon, Ruth
  • Gore, Albert, Jr.
  • Gore, Albert, Jr., and Tipper
  • Gorman, William and Natalie
  • Götze, Phil. Heinz
  • Goudvis, Ted L.
  • Gould, Beatrice
  • Gould, Virgil
Box 30   Folder 5

Grabes-Greene

  • Grabes, Mrs. Justin
  • Grady, Helen D.
  • Graff, Marjo (Mrs. Robert)
  • Graham Foundation
  • Graham, John T.
  • Graham, Katherine
  • Grand Champions Club
  • Granville, Walter
  • Gray, Grade and Miner
  • Green, Harry E.
  • Green, Marshall
  • Green, Willis
  • Greene, Luther
  • Greene, Jackie (Mrs. Robert E.)
Box 30   Folder 6

Greene-Mercier, Marie-Zoe

Box 30   Folder 7

Greenough - Grover

  • Greenough, William C.
  • Greenwood, William and Krys
  • Greger, Elsa N.
  • Gregori, Nina
  • Grenz, John R.
  • Griesinger, Frank and Bobby
  • Griffin, Fay
  • Gronau, Wolfgang von
  • Gronner, Georgina and Robert
  • Gronner, Robert
  • Groos, Carl F., Jr.
  • Gropius, W.
  • Grover, Allen and Beatrice
Box 30   Folder 8

Guare-Guenzel

  • Guare, John
  • Guenzel, Alice (Mrs. Louis)
  • Guenzel, Betsy and Paul Walter
Box 31   Folder 1

Guenzel-Gump

  • Guenzel, William and Penny
  • The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
  • Gullion, Pat and Edmund A.
  • Gump, Richard B.
Box 31   Folder 2

Hadden-Halpert

  • Hadden, Frances
  • Hagerman, Percy
  • Halem, Margarethe von
  • Haley, Susan
  • Hall, G. Emlin
  • Hall, J. Parker
  • Halpert, Edith
Box 31   Folder 3

Hamilton, Amanda - Hamilton, Anina Paepcke

  • Hamilton, Amanda
  • Hamilton, Anina
Box 31   Folder 4-9

Hamilton, Anina Paepcke

Box 32   Folder 1

Hamilton, Ian

Box 32   Folder 2

Hamilton, Ian and Anina (aka Ianina)

Box 32   Folder 3

Hand-Harris

  • Hand, L.
  • Hannah, Susan
  • Hanson, Henry
  • Hanson, Theodore
  • Hardy, Lillian (Mrs. Gordon)
  • Harper, Paul V.
  • Harrack, Cucco
  • Harrell, Lynn
  • Harrell, Marjorie
  • Harrell, Mark
  • Harris, George
  • Harris, Irving Brooks
  • Harris, M. V.
  • Harris, Sydney J.
Box 32   Folder 4

Harrison-Haydon

  • Harrison, Gilbert
  • Harrison, Mitzie
  • Hart, Gary
  • Hart, Harry James
  • Hart, Kitty Carlisle
  • Hart, Martha
  • Hartmann, William E.
  • Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum
  • Harvest, Judith
  • Harvey, Daggett
  • Harvey, Jane
  • The Harwood Early Music Ensemble
  • Haskell, Syd
  • Hattori, Michiko
  • Hauck, Janet (Mrs. Fred)
  • Haydon, H.
Box 32   Folder 5

Hecht-Henderson

  • Hecht, Andrew
  • Heckman, Doris and Marty
  • Heckscher, Claude and August
  • Heffelfinger, F. Peavey
  • Hefler, Doris and Rodger
  • Heineman, Werner
  • Heinz, Jack
  • Heller, Paul
  • Helmer, Mollie
  • Henderson, Malcolm, Sir
  • Henderson, Paula (aka Fella, Fellalie), Lady
Box 32   Folder 6

Henderson

  • Henderson, Paula (aka Fella, Fellalie), Lady
Box 32   Folder 7

Henderson-Heydon

  • Henderson, Paula, Lady (aka Fella, Fellalie)
  • Henninger, L.
  • Henry, Ginny (Mrs. Patrick)
  • Henry, Patrick
  • Herman, Anette E.
  • Herron, Frances
  • Herschler, Elijah David
  • Herz, Kate
  • Hesberger, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
  • Hesburgh, Theodore M.
  • Hess's, Philip Berman
  • Hevri, S.
  • Heydon, Tim
Box 32   Folder 8

Hightower-Hirth

  • Hightower, John B.
  • Hileman, David
  • Hilken, Henry G.
  • Hill, Anina
  • Hill-Denton, Margaret
  • Hill, Lewis W.
  • Hillyer, Raphael
  • Hinckley, Katherine S.
  • Hinckley & Schmitt
  • Hinrichs, Paul
  • Hirschl, Jessie
  • Hirth, Johanna
Box 33   Folder 1

Hoagland - Hoke

  • Hoagland, K. (Mrs. Joseph C.)
  • Hocking, Ernest
  • Hocking, R.
  • Hofer, Peter
  • Hoffman, Dorothy
  • Hoffmann, Eleanor
  • Hoge, Alice (Mrs. James F.)
  • Hoge, Sharon and Jim
  • Hokanson, Mary
  • Hoke, George
Box 33   Folder 2

Holden-Homes

  • Holden, John S.
  • Holiday
  • Holland and Hart Holleb, Marshall M.
  • Hollensteiner, Tish (Mrs. Robert)
  • Hollinger, Pam
  • Holmes, Alan
  • Homes, Allen C.
Box 33   Folder 3

Holton-Houston

  • Holton, George
  • Holyoke, Ede
  • Hoppin, Kay
  • Hoppin, Mariana
  • Hord, Stephen Y.
  • Horgan, Paul
  • Horizon
  • Horn, Marianne
  • Horwich, Judith E.
  • Houle, Cyril O.
  • Houseman, William
  • Houston, Charles S.
  • Houston, Dorcas (Mrs Charles S.)
Box 33   Folder 4

Howard-Hoyt

  • Howard, Barbara
  • Howard, John A.
  • John Howell Books
  • Hoyt, Palmer
Box 33   Folder 5

Huff-Hurdman

  • Huff, William
  • Huggins, Rollin C.
  • Hugh-Jones, E. M.
  • Hume, Anthony
  • Humphrey, Willard
  • Hunt, P. (Mrs. Richard)
  • Hunt, Richard M.
  • Hunt, Swanee
  • Hunt, William and Ellen
  • Hunter, Laura and Howard
  • Hunter, Vera
  • Hurdman, Fred
Box 33   Folder 6

Hutchins, Robert A.

Box 33   Folder 7

Hutchins-Huth

  • Hutchins, Robert A.
  • Hutchins, Robert M. and Vesta
  • Hutchinson, Helen (Mrs. Robert B.)
  • Huth, Hans
Box 33   Folder 8

Iannarone- Ingram

  • Iannarone, George E.
  • Ignatius, Paul R.
  • Ilgen, Harry and Clara
  • Ilgen, Iola and Clark
  • Illinois Bankcharge Center
  • Illinois Bell Telephone Company
  • Illinois Cultural Company
  • Illinois Institute of Technology
  • Illinois Sports Council
  • Imamura, Misako
  • Ingraham, Elizabeth Wright
  • Ingram, J. Stuart
Box 34   Folder 1

Indiana-Irwin

  • Indiana, Bob
  • Institute of International Education
  • Interiors
  • International Archive of Art
  • International Society for Contemporary Music
  • International Theatre Festival
  • Irwin, Judy (Mrs. Bruce)
Box 34   Folder 2

Iselin-Islinger

  • Iselin, John Jay
  • Isenberg, Dora R.
  • Isham, Libby (Mrs. John)
  • Ishida, Michi (aka Dee Dee)
  • Ishida, Wilma and Dixie
  • Iskow, Stewart B.
  • Islenger, C. A.
Box 34   Folder 3

Ives

  • Ives, Buffie (Mrs. Ernest)
Box 34   Folder 4

Jachimowicz - Jacobson

  • Jachimowicz, Elizabeth
  • Jackson, Susan
  • Jacobi, Maria von
  • Jacobs, Sophia Yarnall
  • Jacobson, Fruman
Box 34   Folder 5

Jaeger-Jenson

  • Jaeger, Mrs. Karl
  • Janis, Sidney
  • Janus, Christopher
  • Jarmusche, Betty (Mrs. Robert)
  • Jarvis, Isabel F.
  • Jenson, Juliana
  • Jenson, Kay (Mrs. Donald)
Box 34   Folder 6

Jenson

  • Jenson, Kay (Mrs. Donald)
  • Jenson, Laurel
Box 34   Folder 7

Jerome-Johnston

  • Jerome, Carl
  • Joachim, Harold
  • Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies
  • Johnson, Ann
  • Johnson, Mrs. Arthur
  • Johnson, Bob
  • Johnson, Jim
  • Johnson, Lyndon B.
  • Johnson, Ruby Hill
  • Johnson, T. J.
  • Johnson, Walter
  • Johnston, James W.
Box 34   Folder 8

Jones-Judson

  • Jones, Anne K. (Mrs. E. Powis)
  • Jones, Charles
  • Jones, George Lewis
  • Jonquieres, Gladys de
  • Josseau, Lisbeth Fadé
  • Judson, Clay
  • Judson, Sylvia (Mrs. Clay)
Box 35   Folder 1

Kaesar-Kayser

  • Kaesar, Milly and Fritz
  • Kafle, H.
  • Kang, Bong-Shik
  • Kanitz, Graf Gerhard
  • Kauffmann, Haurik de
  • Kaufman, Carl
  • Kaufmann, John
  • Kay, [?]
  • Kaye, Dena
  • Kaye, Milt
  • Kayser, J. C.
Box 35   Folder 2

Kean-Kenney

  • Kean, B. H.
  • Kechild, Jeanne (Mrs. Henri)
  • Keefe, Helen and Robert
  • Keiler, John A.
  • Kelly, Edward J.
  • Kendall College
  • Kennedy, Jacqueline
  • Kennedy, John F.
  • Kenneil, Edam
  • Kenney, Elinor (Mrs. W. John)
Box 35   Folder 3

Kepes-Kestnbaum

  • Kepes, Juliet (Mrs. Gyorgy)
  • Kepes, Gyorgy
  • Kern, Fred, Jr.
  • Kerner, Otto
  • Kerridge, Jack R. (International House of Chicago)
  • Kestnbaum, Gertrude
Box 35   Folder 4

Kfoury-Kind

  • Kfoury, Robert and Georgette
  • Kiderlen, Hans Rolf
  • Kienast, H. W.
  • Kim Swoo Genn
  • Kimbrough, Emily
  • Kimbull, Tweet
  • Kind, Phyllis
Box 35   Folder 5

King-Kluver

  • King, Donald West
  • King, Mrs. John Lord
  • King, Maud Sippy
  • King, Narcissa (Mrs. Clinton)
  • Kirchhoff, Frida and Ilse
  • Kirk, Alexander
  • Kirk, Marion S. (Mrs. Grayson L.)
  • Kittleman, James M.
  • Klein, Jacob (Jasha)
  • Klose, Virginia
  • Kluver, Anna
Box 35   Folder 6

Kner-Kovler

  • Kner, [?]
  • Knoll Associates
  • Knopf, Alfred
  • Knowlton, Steve
  • Knox, G. K.
  • Knudsen, Florence (Mrs. Vern)
  • Koch, Mrs. Pauline
  • Koffend, Tukey
  • Kohn, Louis A.
  • Konig, Franz Kardinal
  • Kopp, Robert
  • Koss, Mary (Mrs. Richard)
  • Kotrla, Johanna
  • Koussevitzky, Mrs. Serge
  • Kovler, Marjorie B.
Box 35   Folder 7

Kraaijvanger-[Kruss?]

  • Kraaijvanger, Anette and Herman
  • Krainik, Ardis
  • Kramer, Margaret
  • Krasney, Marty
  • Krasnican, Martha
  • Kribben, Bert
  • Kribben, Mrs. Earl
  • Krueger, Karl
  • Krupp, Frederic D.
  • [Kruss?], Olga
Box 35   Folder 8

Kubelik-Kupcinet

  • Kubelik, L. and R.
  • Kuh, Katharine
  • Kühlmann, R. von
  • Kuhn, Kelly L.
  • Kukka, Börje
  • Kunleh, Kummie (Mrs. George)
  • Kupcinet, Irving (aka Kup)
  • Kuylen, K. van
Box 36   Folder 1

Lacy-Lamont

  • Lacy, Bill
  • Ladin, Larry
  • Laflin, Louis E., Jr.
  • Lagergren, Elise
  • Lagergren, Ragnar
  • Lamm, Richard D.
  • Lamont, Bob
  • Lamont, Douglas
Box 36   Folder 2

Lamson-Lassberg

  • Lamson, Peggy
  • Landman, Hedy B.
  • Landman-Leys, Marie Jeanne
  • Landmann, H. R.
  • Landmarks Preservation Service
  • Lane, Dorothy
  • Lannan, J. Patrick
  • Laplace-Kechild, Jeanne
  • Larco, Carlos D.
  • Lassberg, A. C.
Box 36   Folder 3

Laughlin-Leonard

  • Laughlin, James
  • Laughlin, V.
  • Lauerman, Mrs. Frederick T.
  • Laurie, Veronica
  • Lawrence, Barbara (Mrs. James T.)
  • Lawrence, David J.
  • Lazarus, Mrs. Maurice
  • Lazi, Franz
  • Leach, T. R.
  • Lebensohn, Zigmond
  • Leblanc, Mariette
  • Lee, Sang Mee
  • Leen, Walter V.
  • Musée Fernand Léger
  • Lehrman, Robert
  • Leiper, Maria
  • Leonard, Henry
Box 36   Folder 4

Leonard-Lilly

  • Leonard, Rhoda
  • Leonetti, David
  • Leopold, Estella B.
  • Lerner, Louis A.
  • Levi, Kate (Mrs. Edward H.)
  • Levine, Edward
  • Levy, Rick
  • Lewis, Bob
  • Lewis, Edward
  • Lewis, Arthur
  • Lewis, Julius
  • Lewisohn, Margaret
  • Lhevinne, Rosina
  • Liberman, Alexander and Tatiana
  • Library of International Relations
  • Lichtenstein, Walter
  • Lieveking, E.
  • Lilly, India and Eugene
Box 36   Folder 5

Limited-Lionni

  • Limited Editions Club
  • Lincoln Park Zoological Society
  • Lindblad, Sven
  • Lindblad Travel
  • Linden, Eugene
  • Lindsay, Mary (Mrs. John V.)
  • Linn, Eleanor
  • Linzer, Estelle
  • Lionberger, John
  • Lionni, Leo
Box 36   Folder 6

Lissner-Lloyd

  • Lissner, William
  • Livingston, Gertrude
  • Livingston, Dorothy (Mrs. Goodhue) (aka Dody)
  • Liz, Mary
  • Lloyd, Glen A.
  • Lloyd, Gilbert
Box 36   Folder 7

Lloyd-Lozano

  • Lloyd, Marion
  • Loenholdt, Minnie
  • Loretto Heights College
  • Loria, Jeffery
  • Lorre, Andrew B.
  • Lowe, Charles
  • Lowe, Marguarite (Mrs. Jesse)
  • Lowry, Mrs. K. Bulkley
  • Lowry, Edward G., Jr.
  • Love, Ann
  • Lozano, Gloria and Adrian
Box 36   Folder 8

Luce-Lyons

  • Luce, Clare Booth
  • Ludgin, Earle
  • Ludwig, F. W.
  • Luhn, Peter
  • Lundy, Nancy
  • Lunt, Mrs. Alfred
  • Lust, Herbert
  • Luto, Frank G.
  • Lyngby, Genevieve
  • Lyons, James
Box 37   Folder 1

MacColl-Mann

  • MacColl, Margaret
  • Macgill, Marie (Mrs. Lloyd)
  • Macgill, Robert H.
  • MacLeish, Archibald
  • I. Magnin Department Store
  • Mahoney, Philip S.
  • Mahoney, Alice (Mrs. William P.)
  • Makins, [?]
  • Maldonado, Madeline Evans
  • Maldonado, Tomás
  • Maley, Katharine
  • Malott, Elizabeth (Mrs. Robert H.)
  • Manchee, Arthur L.
  • Manclark, William R.
  • Mandel, Carola
  • Mann, Robert
Box 37   Folder 2

Marcinak-Marr

  • Marcinak, Ed
  • Marcus, Stanley
  • Marek, Jasson
  • Markalunas, Mrs. J. J.
  • Markin, Irving J.
  • Marlow-Garver, Jonathan
  • Marquand, A.
  • Marquand, John
  • Marquis-Who's Who, Inc.
  • Marr, John W.
Box 37   Folder 3

Marshall Field & Company

  • Marshall Field & Company
  • Martin, John Bartlow
  • Martin, Lyman
  • Martin-Senour Company
  • Martyl
  • Matisse, Pierre
  • Matlock, Anne
  • Maudlin, Bill
  • Mauldin, Natalie
  • Maxfield, J. R., Jr.
  • Mayberry, Janet (Mrs. J. L.)
  • Mayer, Bud
  • Mayer, Jane
  • Mayer, Milton
  • Mayer, Robert, Sir
  • Maytham, Thomas N.
  • Mayuyama, Junkichi
Box 37   Folder 4

McArthur-McFadden

  • McArthur, Benjamin
  • McBride, John
  • McBride, Laurie
  • McCain, John, Jr.
  • McCarthey, Stephen and Helen
  • McCloskey, Pete
  • McCormick, Brooks
  • McCormick, Roger
  • McCultcheon, Mrs. Barr (aka Tookie)
  • McCurdy, L. Howard
  • McDermott, Mildred (Mrs. Edward)
  • McDonough, Suzanna (Mrs. William J.)
  • McDonough, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
  • McDougal, Edward D.
  • McElroy, David
  • McFadden, Frances
  • McFadden, William Parker
Box 37   Folder 5

McFlye-McMurrin

  • McFley, Juni
  • McGuire, Anne
  • McLain, R.
  • McLain, Raymond F.
  • McLean, Helen
  • McKinney, Robert
  • McKittrick, William
  • McLaughlin, David T.
  • McLoughlin, Barbara Kay
  • McMurrin, S.
Box 37   Folder 6

McNab-Mencken

  • McNab, Allan
  • McNamara, Robert C., Jr. and Mary
  • McNichols, W. H.
  • Medawar, Jean
  • Medigan, Mr. (Chicago Tribune)
  • Megrew, Alden F.
  • Meitus, David
  • Melchior, Laurie
  • Mencken, H. L.
Box 37   Folder 7

Mendenhall-Meyner

  • Mendenhall, Tom
  • Menell, Richard, Susan, Mary, Brian and Katherine
  • Menell, Clive and Irene
  • Menell, S. G.
  • Menil, Christophe
  • Menniger, Karl
  • Mercantile-Safe Deposit and Trust Company
  • Merrill, Salle
  • Metropolitan Housing and Planning Council of Chicago
  • Meyer-Chagall, Mrs. Ida
  • Meyers, Alice Lee
  • Meyner, Robert B.
Box 37   Folder 8

Michael-Milhaud

  • Michael, Mona (Mrs. David)
  • Middleton, Katharine Bob
  • Miles, Richard and Caroline
  • Milhaud, Madeleine and Darius
Box 38   Folder 1

Miller-Mishkenot

  • Miller, C. W.
  • Miller, Florence
  • Miller, Herman
  • Miller, I.
  • Miller, L. Gardener
  • Miller, R. D.
  • Mills, Helen
  • Mills, Paul C.
  • Milstein, Therese and Nathan
  • Miner, Thomas H.
  • Minter, Bonnie (Mrs. Bertram)
  • Mishkenot Sha'ananim
Box 38   Folder 2

Mitchell-Mohawk

  • Mitchell, Caroline (Mrs. Samuel)
  • Mitchell, Marion
  • Mitchell, Maurice B.
  • Mitchell, Mildred H.
  • Mitchell, Samuel
  • Miyake, Issey
  • Mohawk Paper Mills
Box 38   Folder 3

Moholy-Nagy

  • Moholy-Nagy, Hattula
  • Moholy-Nagy, László
  • Moholy-Nagy, Sibyl
Box 38   Folder 4

Monroe-Morgan

  • Monroe, Harry L.
  • Montagu, Ashley
  • Moodie, J. M.
  • Mooney, John David
  • Moore, Leslie H.
  • Moore, Kent and Betty
  • Moore, Patricia
  • Moreen, Mrs. Earl R.
  • Morewen [?], Alice N.
  • Morgan, James O'Connell
Box 38   Folder 5

Morison-Motz

  • Morison, Sally (Mrs. Nathaniel Holmes)
  • Morris, Mrs. George Maurice
  • William Morris Society
  • Morse, Betty
  • Morss, Jessie M.
  • Mortel, J.B.V.M.J. van de
  • Mortimer, Kathy (Mrs. Stanley)
  • Morton, James Parks
  • Morton, Paul
  • Moses, Lloyd R. and Ruth
  • Moss, Nikki Kim
  • Mostly Music
  • Motz, Guenther
Box 38   Folder 6-7

Moulis, William (aka Bill, W., WJM, Eddie, Max, Maxie, Maximillian, Baron Adulle, Alexander, Antony, Maximus, Jack Headstrong, Chico, Boujma, Hippolito, Bubu, Alexis, Felix, Mustapha, and Claude)

Box 38   Folder 8

Moyer-Murray

  • Moyer, Libby (Mrs. Paul S.)
  • Mueller, Herbert
  • Mueller, Madeline Michelson
  • Mullarkey, Margaret
  • Müller, Th.
  • Munson, Edith and Curtis
  • Murphy, Bradford
  • Murray, Jesse George
Box 39   Folder 1-5

Murray, Jesse George

Box 39   Folder 6

Murray-Muskie

  • Murray, Jesse George
  • Murray, Robert B. (Wheeler Opera House)
  • Music Associates of Aspen
  • Muskie, Edmund S.
Box 39   Folder 7

Nabokov-National Society of Interior Designers

  • Nabokov, Nicolas and Dominique
  • Nachtrieb, Helen
  • Nadeau, Ellen
  • Nairn, Ronald
  • National Citizens for Johnson & Humphrey
  • National Council of the Foreign Policy Association
  • National Geographic Society
  • National Home Fashions League
  • National Park Foundation
  • National Repertory Theatre Foundation
  • National Society Colonial Daughters
  • National Society of Interior Designers
Box 40   Folder 1

Natural Resources Defense Council-Nef

  • Natural Resources Defense Council
  • Walter W. Naumburg Foundation
  • Neagle, J. Christopher
  • Nef, John U.
Box 40   Folder 2

Nelson-Neumeister

  • Nelson, Jacqueline and George
  • Netsch, Walter A.
  • Neumeister, Allison (Mrs. David)
Box 40   Folder 3

Newby-Niddrie

  • Newby, Mrs. C. L.
  • Newman, Albert Hardy
  • Newman, Danny
  • Newman, Ralph G.
  • Newberry Library
  • New York Review of Books
  • Nicholson, Jack
  • Niddrie, Miggie (Mrs. George)
Box 40   Folder 4-5

Nitze, Anina (mother)

Box 40   Folder 6

Nitze, Ann (Mrs. William A.) (niece) -Nitze, William A. (nephew)

  • Nitze, Ann (Mrs. William A.) (niece)
  • Nitze, Carl and Mathilde (aunt and uncle)
  • Nitze, Carl V.
  • Nitze, Heidi (niece)
  • Nitze, Peter
  • Nitze, Phyllis (sister-in-law)
  • Nitze, William A. (nephew) (aka Billy)
Box 40   Folder 7

Nitze, William A. (father)

Box 40   Folder 8

Paul Nitze, 1945-1963

Box 40   Folder 9

Paul Nitze, 1964-1979

Box 40   Folder 10

Paul Nitze, 1980-1994

Box 40   Folder 11

Paul Nitze, n.d.

Box 41   Folder 1

Nixon-Nyce

  • Nixon, Mrs. Joseph
  • Noland, Charlotte
  • Nordoff, Paul
  • Norelli, Martina R.
  • Northwestern University Press
  • Northwestern University School of Music
  • Nouialles, Philippe de
  • Novak, John
  • Nunes, Lucille
  • Nyce, Norman Strong
Box 41   Folder 2

Nye-Nygro

  • Nye, John R.
  • Nygro, John
Box 41   Folder 3

Oakes-Oenslager

  • Oakes, Theresa
  • Oates, James F. and Rosalind
  • Obermeyer, Wally
  • Oberoi Intercontinental Hotel
  • O'Brian, Thomas W.
  • O'Conner, Lawrence
  • Oenslager, Donald and Zorka
Box 41   Folder 4

Ogilvie-O'Malley

  • Ogilvie, Richard B.
  • Ogle, Ellen
  • O'Gorman, Ned
  • O'Hanlon, Helen (Mrs. Michael)
  • Oldberg, Eric
  • Oliphant, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
  • O'Malley, C.
Box 41   Folder 5

Oppens

  • Oppens, Kurt
  • Oppens, Kurt and Edith
Box 41   Folder 6

Orbelian-Pabst

  • Orbelian, Vera and Harry
  • O'Rear, John and Frankie
  • O'Reilly, F. Warren
  • Ori, Eleanor
  • Osborn, Bob
  • Ota, Kayoko
  • Othman, Fred C.
  • Othman, Heidi
  • Otis-Skinner, Cornelia
  • Overton, George W.
  • Owen, Ivor
  • Owings, Nathaniel
  • Özbay, Ercumend M.
  • P. [?], Ginny
  • Pabst, Harald
Box 41   Folder 7-9

Paepcke, Anina

Box 42   Folder 1

Paepcke, Antonia

Box 42   Folder 2

Paepcke, Paula

Box 42   Folder 3

Paepcke, Paula - Paepcke, Peggy

  • Paepcke, Paula
  • Paepcke, Peggy
Box 42   Folder 4

Paepcke, Walter

Box 42   Folder 5

Paffrath-Paoli

  • Paffrath, Leslie
  • Page, Ruth
  • Palade, George E.
  • Palffy, John N.
  • Palmer, Walter L.
  • Paltinger, Hans J.
  • Pannebaker, Frederic M.
  • Paoli, Mrs. J. Paul
Box 43   Folder 1

Parera-Pargellis, Andrew

  • Parera, Valentin and B.[?]
  • Pargellis, Andrew
Box 43   Folder 2-3

Pargellis, Andrew

Box 43   Folder 4-6

Pargellis, Christopher

Box 43   Folder 7-8

Pargellis, Paula Paepcke

Box 44   Folder 1

Pargellis, Shanna-Paxton

  • Pargellis, Shanna
  • Pargellis, Sonia
  • Pargellis, Stanley
  • Parkinson, Eliza (Mrs. Bliss)
  • Parmenter, Clarence
  • Parry, George
  • Parson, David
  • Parten, John R.
  • Partridge, Betsy (Mrs. Earle)
  • Paruvanani, Georges T.
  • Pascarella, Paul
  • Passavant Memorial Hospital
  • Patton, James
  • Paulding, L[?]
  • Paul, Oglesby (aka Oley)
  • Paulk, Jeanne Sinclair
  • Paxton, R.
Box 44   Folder 2

Pederson-Percy

  • Pederson, Pauline
  • Pemond, Henri
  • Penniman, Mrs. C. J. (aka Boo)
  • Pepper, Claude
  • Percy, Charles H. (aka Chuck)
Box 44   Folder 3

Perkins-Pew

  • Perkins, Nancy
  • Perlinski, Jerome
  • Perry, Frank
  • Perry, Ruth Brown (Mrs. Robert)
  • Peterson, Barbara (Mrs. Roger Tory)
  • Peterson, Lester
  • Peterson, Mildred (Mrs. Howard)
  • Peterson, Roger Tory
  • Pett, Dorothy
  • Pew, Walter C.
Box 44   Folder 4

Pew-Pfister

  • Pew, Walter C.
  • Pfenniger, Karl H.
  • Pfister, Nancy
Box 44   Folder 5

Pflüger

  • Pflüger, Gertrud
  • Pflüger, J. C. (nephew)
  • Pflüger, Klaus H.
  • Pflueger, Mary (Mrs. Wayne)
Box 44   Folder 6

Philadelphia- Piatigorsky

  • Philadephia Museum College of Art
  • Philipsborn, Martin, Jr. and Margaret
  • Piatigorsky, Gregor
Box 44   Folder 7

Pick-Pinchot

  • Pick, John F.
  • Pickens, Kenney
  • Pieralt, Mrs. Robert
  • Pietsch, Ewald and Erna
  • Pimentel, Carmen Garcia
  • Pinchot, Sally and Gifford
Box 44   Folder 8

Pinzke-Poole

  • Pinzke, Herbert
  • Pitkin County Treasurer
  • Platzer, Edith
  • Poindexter, Barbara (Mrs. Robert W.)
  • Polk, William
  • Pollak, Robert
  • Pomerantz, Mr.
  • Poole, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn
Box 45   Folder 1

Pope-Porter

  • Pope, Ruth Z.
  • Popkes, Harm
  • Popp, Thomas
  • Porter, H. H.
Box 45   Folder 2

Porter-Power

  • Porter, H. H.
  • Porter, LaFayette LeVan
  • Porter, Mary (Mrs. H. H.)
  • Poschman, Greg
  • Potenziani, Gino
  • Potter, Jackie
  • Pough, Richard
  • Powell, Donald D.
  • Power, Thomas S.
Box 45   Folder 3

Powers-Purves

  • Powers, Kimiko and John
  • Pratt, Ethel S. (Mrs. Sherman)
  • PRIDE (Protection of Reefs and Islands from Degredation and Exploitation)
  • Primrose, Alice and William
  • Print Magazine
  • Public Relations Society of America
  • Puck, Theodore T.
  • Purves, Mary (Mrs. Pierre M.)
Box 45   Folder 4

Race-Rauch

  • Race, Cora Lee
  • Rachel [?]
  • Radinsky, David N.
  • Rago, Henry
  • Rago, Juliet
  • Raines, David
  • Ramos Martinez, Alfredo
  • Ramsiere, Rose
  • Rathbun, Denise
  • Rattner, Ruth
  • Rauch, Anni
Box 45   Folder 5

Rauschenberg

  • Rauschenberg, Robert
  • Rautbord, Sugar
  • Rauth, Karl
  • Rea, Priscilla (Mrs. Howard)
  • Reagan, Ronald
  • Reed, Donald L.
  • Reed, Ardis (Mrs. C. Stephen)
  • Regnery, Henry
  • Reid-Hyman, Barbara
  • Reiner, Carlotta and Fritz
  • Reiner, Erica
  • Reinken, H. W.
  • Remington, R. Roger
  • Renaud, Henri
  • Rentschler, Mrs. George A.
Box 45   Folder 6

ReQua-Ritchie

  • ReQua, Eloise
  • ReQua, Martha (Mrs. Charles Howard)
  • Reston, Thomas B.
  • Reuchlin, O. and A.
  • Reuter, Ann (Mrs. Rudolph)
  • Reuter, Rudolph
  • Revson, Charles
  • Reyes, Victor A.
  • Rhee, Francesca
  • Rhodes, Zandra
  • Richards, Ann Kendall
  • Richardson, Lynette
  • Richardson, Temple and John
  • Richey, Penny
  • Rickey, George
  • Riede, Sissy
  • Riggs, Lynn
  • Ringquist, L.
  • Rishel, Joseph
  • Riskoff, T.
  • Ritchie, Daniel L.
Box 45   Folder 7

R.M.C.-Roberts

  • R.M.C. Inc.
  • Roach, William and Irma S.
  • Robbins, Daniel
  • Roberg, Ruth (Mrs. Leo L.)
  • Roberts, Dian
  • Roberts, Janet S.
  • Roberts, Walter Orr
Box 45   Folder 8

Robertson-Rohmer

  • Robertson, Janet
  • Rocca, M.
  • Rochell, Else
  • Rochell, Harold
  • Rockefeller, Blanchette
  • Rockefeller, Nelson A.
  • Rocky Mountain Natural Gas Co.
  • Rodgers, Beans
  • Rodman, Thomas Clifford
  • Rodgers, Bernard F.
  • Rogo, H.
  • Rohmer, Wilhelm
Box 46   Folder 1

Roman-Rosenberg

  • Roman, Donald B.
  • Rome, Richardson
  • Roosevelt, Felicia
  • Roosevelt, Karyl
  • Roosevelt University
  • Roots, Jack McCook
  • Rosenbaum, Samuel R.
  • Rosenberg, Augusta
  • Rosenberg, Sam
Box 46   Folder 2

Rosenhaupt-Rosenstock

  • Rosenhaupt, Hans W.
  • Rosenquist, James
  • Rosenstock, Fred A.
Box 46   Folder 3

Rosenstock-Ross

  • Rosenstock, Fred A.
  • Rosenstock, Joseph (aka McJoseph)
  • Rosenzweig, Phyllis
  • Ross, John G.
  • Ross, Norman
Box 46   Folder 4

Ross, Norman

Box 46   Folder 5

Rossin-Rutheling

  • Rossin, Alice (Mrs. Edgar L.)
  • Roupp, Heidi
  • Rowe, Donald F.
  • Royal Indemnity Company
  • Rubenstein, Arthur
  • Ruetz, Eva
  • Ruggles, Ruth C. (Mrs. Rudy L.)
  • Ruhman, Lony F.
  • Ruppe, James A.
  • Ruskay, Sophie (Mrs. Cecil B.)
  • Russe, Mrs. Henry P.
  • Russo, William
  • Rutheling, Helene
Box 46   Folder 6

Ryan-Satz

  • Ryan, Warren F.
  • Ryerson, Edward
  • Ryerson, Nora (Mrs. Edward L.)
  • Sachs, Peter
  • Salter, S.
  • Samec, Milan
  • Sanders, Terrence
  • Sardy, Sylvia
  • Sardy, T. J.
  • Satz, Arthur
Box 46   Folder 7

Sauerwein-Savage

  • Sauerwein, Henry A., Jr.
  • Saul, Charles W.
  • Saunders, John A.
  • Saunders, Philip K.
  • Savage, Muriel S.
Box 46   Folder 8

Scalise - Schoppert

  • Schabes, Mrs. Nathaniel
  • Schall, Jim
  • Schanbacher, Sally
  • Scha[?]sky, Xanti
  • Schermer, Betty
  • Schermer, Lloyd
  • Schepps, Seaman
  • Schiff, Mara Vishniac
  • Schiffeler, C. C.
  • Schloesing, Jean
  • Schmetzer, R.
  • Schmezer, Dorli and Guido
  • Schmidt, Adolph W.
  • Schmit, M. Robert
  • Schneider, Mircha
  • Schnetzer, Marianne
  • Schoen, Catherine
  • Schoenhofen, Leo
  • Schoppert, Robert
Box 47   Folder 1

Schorre, Charles

Box 47   Folder 2

Schorre, Charles - Schorre, Margaret

Box 47   Folder 3

Schultz-Serventy

  • Schultz, Arthur W.
  • Schultz, Richard
  • Schulz, Ludwig
  • Schuster, Eugene
  • Schwartz, Morris B.
  • Schwarz, Paul and Grace
  • Schwarzenberg [?]
  • Schweigkofler, Barbara
  • Schweitzer, Helene
  • Scott, Fitzhugh
  • Seacat, Ellen R.
  • Sebsow, Helen D.
  • Seemann, G.
  • Sekler, Eduard
  • Senior, Maud (Mrs. John)
  • Senn, Arnold
  • Serventy, Vincent and Carol
Box 47   Folder 4

Sesko-Shahn

  • Sesko, Tsune
  • Sethness, Charles H., Jr.
  • Shahn, Ben
Box 47   Folder 5

Shambaugh-Shaskan

  • Shambaugh, George
  • Shapiro, Brenda and Earl
  • Shapiro, Joseph
  • Shapiro, Robert B.
  • Shaskan, Felix
  • Shaskan, George (aka Link)
  • Shaskan, Helen
Box 47   Folder 6

Shefler-Singer

  • Shefler, Oscar
  • Sherer, Albert W.
  • Sherman, Thomas B.
  • Shevack, Hilda N.
  • Shields, Valerie
  • Shiff, Sidney
  • Shook, Theresa E.
  • Shorey, Bill and Sally
  • Shoup, Gertrude (Mrs. R. W.)
  • Shriver, Robert Sargent
  • Shultz, George P.
  • Sickinger, William Robert
  • Sidi, [?]
  • Sidnam, Shirley (Mrs. Alan N.)
  • Siebel, Carl A.
  • Simmelsdorf, Hans Christoph
  • Simon, Heinrich
  • Simon, Yves R.
  • Simson, Otto
  • Sinclaire, Reginald
  • Singer, Norman
Box 47   Folder 7

Siragusa - Smith, Brooks

  • Siragusa, Irene
  • Sisler, George F.
  • Sitwell, Georgia
  • Six, Robert F.
  • Skalski, André
  • Skalsky, Judi
  • Slater, Anne and Joseph
  • Sly, Annie Jennings
  • Skinner, Cornelia Otis
  • Smith, Ann
  • Smith, Anne Brabner
  • Smith, Becky
  • Smith, Brooks
Box 47   Folder 8

Smith, Carelton - Smith, Colombe

  • Smith, Carelton
  • Smith, Colombe
Box 48   Folder 1

Smith, Diane - Smith, Hallet

  • Smith, Diane and James
  • Smith, Diane
  • Smith, Diane (Mrs. Hermon Dunlap)
  • Smith, Farwell
  • Smith, Helen Olson
  • Smith, Hermon Dunlap
  • Smith, Hallett
Box 48   Folder 2

Smith, James H. - Smithsonian

  • Smith, James H.
  • Smith, Joel P.
  • Smith, Kathleen D.
  • Smith, Matthew D.
  • Smith, Nora (Mrs. Farwell)
  • Smith, Barbara, (Mrs. Solomon Byron)
  • Smithsonian Institution
Box 48   Folder 3

Snyder-Spencer

  • Snyder, Joanne (Mrs. Robert)
  • Soldner, Paul E.
  • Solomon, Betty and Izler
  • Solti, Valerie
  • Solzhenitzyn, Lulix
  • Sommer, Theo
  • Spachner, John V.
  • Sparks, Rebecca
  • Sparrow, John
  • Spencer, Jean A.
Box 48   Folder 4

Speyer-Stahly

  • Speyer, A. James
  • Spies, Werner
  • Spivak, Sydney Shepard and Dot (aka Spiv)
  • Sprague, Marshall
  • Staack, George
  • Stahly, Francois
Box 48   Folder 5

Staley-Standley

  • Staley, William
  • Standley, Stacy
Box 48   Folder 6

Stanfill-Stein

  • Stanfill, Dennis C.
  • Stanton, Robert E.
  • Stanton, Ruth and Frank
  • Stark, Gustave
  • St. Clair, Rita
  • Stearns, Mrs. Robert L.
  • Stein, Henry
  • Stein family
  • Stein, Lois D.
  • Stein, Sydney
Box 48   Folder 7

Steinert - Stevenson

  • Steinert, Eleanor
  • Stepan, Alfred C., Jr.
  • Stephan, Ruth Walgreen
  • Sterling, John and Gisela
  • Sterling, William
  • Stern, Edgar B.
  • Stern, Gardner H.
  • Stern, Harry L.
  • Stevens, Dorothy (aka Dody)
  • Stevens, Jolene and ?
  • Stevens, R. Wood
Box 48   Folder 8

Stevenson, Adlai

Box 49   Folder 1-2

Stevenson, Adlai

Box 49   Folder 3

Stevenson, Adlai, III

Box 49   Folder 4

Stevenson, Ellen - Stevenson, William

  • Stevenson, Ellen Borden
  • Stevenson, Mrs. Harvey
  • Stevenson, Nancy
  • Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. Willaim (aka Bumpy)
Box 49   Folder 5

Stewart-Storm

  • Stewart, Alice
  • Stiebolt, Donna and Carl
  • Stirling, Bill
  • Stone, George Norton
  • Stone, Shepard
  • Storm, Alice
Box 49   Folder 6

Storment-Stuppi

  • Storment, Catherine (Mrs. Frank L.)
  • Stover, I. S.
  • Straacke, Win
  • Strauss, Melville
  • Strickland, Stephen
  • Strogier, Margaret
  • Strom
  • Stroud, Kandy
  • Stryer, Lubert
  • Stuart, Barbara
  • Stuckey, Arthur L.
  • Stuppi, Floyd
Box 49   Folder 7

Sudler-Switzer

  • Sudler, Laurie
  • Sudler, Louis
  • Sudler, Virginia Brown
  • Suhrawardy, H. S.
  • Suk, Kim Won
  • Sullivan, Noël
  • Swann, Caroline Burke
  • Swanson, Charles E.
  • Swartchild, W., Jr.
  • Sweeney, Catherine (Mrs. Edward)
  • Switz, Theodore
  • Switzer, Robert M.
Box 49   Folder 8

Swoger-Szigeti

  • Swoger, Jeffrey
  • Swygert, Luther M.
  • Sykes, James
  • Symington, W. S.
  • Szathmary, Louis I., II
  • Szigeti, Joseph
Box 50   Folder 1

Taggart-Tarrant

  • Taggart, Jennifer
  • Taggart, Jennifer and David
  • Taks, K.
  • Talbot, Phillips
  • Talmey, Mrs.
  • Tamkin, Stanley B.
  • Tanner, Allen
  • Tarrant, Irving
Box 50   Folder 2

Taussig-Taylor

  • Taussig, Jane
  • Tavern Club (Floyd Stuppi)
  • Taylor, Ann
  • Taylor, Mrs. Archer
  • Taylor, A. Thomas
  • Taylor, June
  • Taylor, Lyle
Box 50   Folder 3

Taylor, Mrs. Otis Chatfield (aka Marochka)

Box 50   Folder 4

Tcherepnin- Testa

  • Tcherepnin, Hsien Ming (Mrs. Alexander)
  • Teixeira, Ann (Mrs. Ann)
  • Temianka, Emmy
  • Temianka, Henry
  • Temple
  • Tener, George E.
  • Tenser, Rose (Mrs. Ernest)
  • Teren, Greta (aka Sidi) and Charles Saul
  • Terkel, Ida
  • Terrell, Jane
  • Teschner, [M?]
  • Testa, Angelo
Box 50   Folder 5

Thain-Thayer

  • Thain, Richard J.
  • Thalberg, Katherine
  • Thatcher, Margaret
  • Thayer, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond (aka Eddie and Baby)
  • Thayer, Bob
Box 50   Folder 6

Thinnes-Thomson

  • Thinnes, Jeff
  • Thomas, Mrs. John
  • Thomas, L.
  • Thomas, Yvonne
  • Thompson, Ben
  • Thompson, C. W.
  • Thompson, Elizabeth (aka Tommy)
  • Thompson, Llewellyn
  • Thompson, Lee Roy
  • Thompson, Martha
  • Thompson, N. Scott
  • Thompson, Stuart J.
  • Thompson, Nina (Mrs. W. Scott)
  • Thomson, Charles L.
  • Thomson, Elizabeth
Box 50 continued   Folder 7

Thomson, Virgil

Box 50 continued   Folder 8

Thorne-Totenberg

  • Thorne, Nan (Mrs. Oakleigh)
  • Thorne Ecological Foundation
  • Thorne Ecological Institute
  • Thorson, George O.
  • Tieken, Betty (Mrs. Theodore)
  • Time Magazine
  • Tigerman, Stanley
  • Tipton, Mary and Albert
  • Toland, Robert
  • Toll, Daniel R.
  • Topping, Seymour (aka Top)
  • Totenberg, Melanie (Mrs. Roman)
  • Totenberg, Roman
Box 50 continued   Folder 9

Town and Country-Trutter

  • Town and Country Magazine (Barbara Jepson)
  • Trampler, [Margaret]
  • Travelers Insurance Company
  • Treacy, Harold
  • Tree, Marietta
  • Trego, Charlotte
  • Triggs, Teal
  • Trudeau, Pierre
  • Trutter, John T.
Box 51   Folder 1

Tucher-Twyman

  • Tucher, H. C. von
  • Tucher, Elizabeth
  • Tucher, Tony
  • Turnbull, Betty (Mrs. E. H.)
  • Turner, Betsy
  • Tütsch, Hans E. and Brida
  • Twarucsek, Susan
  • Tweedy, Mary Johnson
  • Twyman, Margaret G.
Box 51   Folder 2

Tyler-Ungeheuer

  • Tyler, Ralph
  • Tyng, Lila
  • Ulrych, Brigitte
  • Ulvaeus, Lennart (aka Lennie)
  • Umland, A. W.
  • Ungeheuer, Friedel
Box 51   Folder 3

United Air Lines-Uttley

  • United Air Lines
  • United Nations Association of the United States of America
  • United States Board on Geographic Names
  • United States Department of Agriculture
  • United States Information Agency
  • United States Post Office
  • University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
  • University of Denver
  • University of Minnesota
  • University of Oklahoma Press
  • University of Southern California
  • USO of Chicago, Women's Board
  • Urquhart, Clara
  • Utley, F.
  • Uttley, Denis
Box 51   Folder 4

Vaczek-Van Riper

  • Vaczek, Louis
  • Van, Miss
  • Van Cleef & Arpels
  • Van der Eb, Henry G.
  • Van der Kemp, Mrs. Gerald
  • Van Domelen, Peter
  • Van Doren, Charles
  • Van Doren, G.
  • Van Doren, John
  • Van Doren, Mark
  • Van Leer, G. Wouter
  • Van der Marck, Jan
  • Van Pappelendam, Laura
  • Van Riper, M. (Mrs. Walker)
Box 51   Folder 5

Van Schaack-Voysey

  • Van Schaack & Company
  • Van Vranken, Dora
  • Vanderhoof, John D.
  • VanderPoel, Halsted B.
  • Vargas Martinez, Alberto
  • Vermont Country Store
  • Veysey, Mrs.
  • Vishniac, Roman
  • Vittam, Daniel
  • Vogel, Helen
  • Vogele, Robert E.
  • Vogelson, Myrtle L.
  • Volk, Elwin
  • Volk, Dorothy (Mrs. Hansel)
  • Voysey, Eleanor (Mrs. Frank)
  • Vronsky, Vitya see Babin, Victor and Vitya Vronsky
Box 51   Folder 6

Wade-Waller

  • Wade, Festus J., Jr.
  • Wade, Katy Lou (Mrs. Crunden)
  • Wagley, Mary Frances
  • Wagner, Durrett
  • Wagner, Jill (Mrs. R. J.)
  • Wagner, Louise
  • Wagner, Nike
  • Wagner, Mrs. Gerald
  • Wakefield, Rowan A.
  • Walker, Dan
  • Walker, Preston
  • Wall Street Journal
  • Wallace, Elizabeth
Box 51   Folder 6

Wade-Waller continued

  • Wallace, Glenn
  • Wallach, Ira D.
  • Waller, Merrill Ford
  • Waller, William
Box 51   Folder 7

Walser-Washington

  • Walser, Nelly
  • Walsh, Nora
  • Walter, Bruno
  • Walton, [?]
  • Walton, Carola
  • Waples, Margaret M.
  • Warburg, Eric M. M.
  • Warburg, Edward M. M. (aka Spiv)
  • Warchvell
  • Ward, David Harris
  • Ward, Mrs. F. Champion
  • Wardwell, Sally (Mrs. Allen)
  • Ware, E. (Mrs. James Boyd)
  • Washington, Harold
Box 52   Folder 1

Watkins-Wayland

  • Watkins, Clyde P.
  • Watkins, George H.
  • Watkins, Cay and George
  • Watson, Betty
  • Watson, Eva and Elizabeth (aka Liz)
  • Watson, Phoebe (Mrs. H. C.)
  • Waugh, Sidney
  • Wauterus, C [?]
  • Wayburn, Cynthia
  • Wayland, Virginia (Mrs. Harold)
Box 52   Folder 2

Webb-Weil

  • Webb, Mrs. Olin L.
  • Webb, V.
  • Webster, Mary S.
  • Weerasinghe, O.
  • Weese, Harry
  • Weigle, Richard D.
  • Weil, David Maxwell
Box 52   Folder 3

Weiss-Wells

  • Weiss, Edward H.
  • Weiss, Mary C.
  • Welage, Bernard
  • Weld, Philip S.
  • Weller, Rachel and Allen
  • Weller, Allen S.
  • Welles, Edward K.
  • Welling, Harriet (Mrs. John Paul)
  • Wells, James
  • Wells, Joe
Box 52   Folder 4

Wendell- Whitcomb

  • Wendell, Barrett
  • Wenzel, Kathleen
  • Werkman, Sidney
  • Wescott, Barbara
  • West, B.
  • Wetzlar, H.
  • Weymouth, Frolic
  • WGN Continental Broadcasting Company
  • Whalen, Grover
  • Whipple, Jay N.
  • Whitacre, Phil
  • Whitacre, Francis
  • Whitcomb, H. C.
  • Whitcomb, P.
Box 52   Folder 5

Whitcomb-Wilder

  • Whitcomb, Patty
  • White, Dorothy
  • White, Lester D.
  • Whitney Museum of American Art
  • Whitney, Lock
  • Whitridge, Arnold
  • Whitridge, J.
  • Wick, Peggy
  • Wilbur, Helen L.
  • Wilcox, Francis O.
  • Wilder, Amos
  • Wilder, Isabel
Box 52   Folder 6

Wilder, Thornton

Box 52   Folder 7

Wilkie-Williams

  • Wilkie, Angus
  • Wilkie, Ulfert
  • Willard, Beatrice E. (aka Bettie)
  • Willens, Harold
  • Williams, Dora
Box 52   Folder 8

Williams-Wilms

  • Williams, Eddie N.
  • Williams, Marianne
  • Williams, Oscar
  • Williamson, Mary-Paul (Mrs. Jack)
  • Willis, Mary Gould
  • Willoughby, Doris and Frank J.
  • Willoughby, Doris
  • Wills, Robert E.
  • Wilms, Wellford W. (aka Buzzie)
Box 53   Folder 1

Wilson

  • Wilson, J. E.
  • Wison, Jane (Mrs. J. Parmenter)
  • Wilson, O. Meredith
  • Wilson, Ruth Elinor
  • Wilson, William P.
Box 53   Folder 2

Winship-Wolff

  • Winship, Stephen
  • Wingler, Hans M.
  • Wirth, Timothy E.
  • Wirts, Kathryn
  • Wise, B. Fred
  • Wisner, John B.
  • Witold-K
  • Wittcoff, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H.
  • Wittich, John J.
  • Wohlstetter, Roberta
  • Wolf, Henry
  • Wolff, Kurt
  • Wolff, Tom
Box 53   Folder 3

Wolkowsky-Woods, Alexandra

  • Wolkowsky, Mary (Mrs. Peter)
  • Women's Advertising Club of Chicago
  • Woods, Alexandra (aka Sandy) (granddaughter)
Box 53   Folder 4

Woods, Alexandra

Box 53   Folder 5-7

Woods, Anina Paepcke (daughter)

Box 53   Folder 8

Woods, Leonard - Workum

  • Woods, Leonard
  • Woodland, Posy (Mrs. H. Thompson)
  • Wood-Prince, Eleanor
  • Wood-Prince, William
  • Woodward, King
  • Woodyard, David F.
  • Work, Lucille (Mrs. Robert M.)
  • Work, Murray S. and Harriette
  • Workum, Emily (Mrs. Fifield)
  • Workum, Fifield (aka Fi)
Box 54   Folder 1

World History - Yancus

  • World History Association
  • Worthington, Eva-Marie
  • Wrapp, Julie
  • Wurman, Gloria Nagy
  • Wurman, Richard Paul
  • Wurtzburger, Janet
  • Wyzanski, Charles and Gisela
  • Yaddo
  • Yale University
  • Yale University, School of Music
  • Yale University Press
  • Yanchus, Frank and Lillian
Box 54   Folder 2

Yates, Ron - Yates, Sidney R.

  • Yates, Ron
  • Yates, Sidney R.
Box 54   Folder 3

Yeager - Yoshioka

  • Yeager, Howard A.
  • Yenawine, Philip
  • Yerkes, Lorraine
  • Ylvisaker, Paul
  • Yogo, Suigan
  • Yorck, David
  • York, Mrs. K. H.
  • Yoshioka, Ben
Box 54   Folder 4

Young -Youngren

  • Young, Ferry (Mrs. Donald)
  • Young, Richard
  • Young, Shirley Weese
  • Youngren, Ralph
  • Youngren, Ralph and Ann
  • Youngren, Todd and Jeanmarie
Box 54   Folder 5

Zehnder - Zuber

  • Zehnder, Bruno J.
  • Zeisler, Claire
  • Zeisler, Ernest B.
  • Zeiss Ikon
  • Zeitlen, Jacob (aka Jake)
  • Zichy, Emanuel
  • Zuber, Mary
Box 54   Folder 6

Zurcher, Antonia (aka Toni) (granddaughter)

Box 54   Folder 7-9

Zurcher, Ariane (granddaughter)

Box 55   Folder 1

Zurcher, Max-Zurcher, Paula Paepcke

  • Zurcher, Max
  • Zurcher, Paula Paepcke (daughter)
Box 55   Folder 2-7

Zurcher, Paula Paepcke (daughter)

Box 56   Folder 1-3

Zurcher, Paula Paepcke (daughter)

Box 56   Folder 4

Zurcher, Susan - Zurcher, Victor M.

  • Zurcher, Susan
  • Zurcher, Victor M.
Box 56   Folder 5-6

Zurcher, Victor K. (son-in-law)

Box 56   Folder 7-8

unidentified

Box 57   Folder 1-7

unidentified

Box 58   Folder 1-4

unidentified

Box 58   Folder 5

Correspondence record notebook, 1976-1981

Box 58   Folder 6

Correspondence record notebook, 1981-1984

Box 58   Folder 7

Correspondence record notebook, 1984-1989

Box 58   Folder 8

Correspondence record notebook, 1989-1993

Box 58   Folder 9

Correspondence address lists

Box 59   Folder 1

Address Book, n.d.

Box 59   Folder 2

Correspondence of Walter Paepcke, Babin - Freeman

  • Babin, Victor
  • Bayer, Herbert
  • Billings, G. F.
  • Bruckner, D. J. R.
  • Cavanaugh, John J.
  • Cervi, Gene
  • Cooper, E. M.
  • Cooper, Mrs. Fleeta L.
  • Coward, Noël
  • Douglas, Mrs. Clyde
Box 59   Folder 2

Correspondence of Walter Paepcke, Babin - Freeman continued

  • Doughtey, J. S.
  • Flanders, Paul A.
  • Firtzushuy, H. [?]
  • Freeman, Gaylord A.
Box 59   Folder 3

Correspondence of Walter Paepcke, Hartner-Hutchins

  • Hartner, Miss Randi Agnete
  • Hoving, Walter
  • Hubachek, F. B.
  • Hugh-Jones, E. M.
  • Hutchins, Robert M.
Box 59   Folder 4

Correspondence of Walter Paepcke, Jacobson-Ortega

  • Jacobson, Egbert
  • Kleffens, E. N. van
  • Lewisohn, Margaret (Mrs. Samuel A.)
  • Logan, Dulaney
  • Ortega y Gasset, Jose
Box 59   Folder 5

Correspondence of Walter Paepcke, Paepcke, Anina

Box 59   Folder 6

Correspondence of Walter Paepcke, Paepcke, Anina - Wilder,Thorton

  • Paepcke Anina
  • Ross, Emory
  • Roy, Robert
  • Wilder, Thorton
Box 59   Folder 7

Correspondence of A. P. Guenzel, (aunt)

Box 59   Folder 8

Correspondence of Anina Nitze (mother)

  • Roach, Irma and Bill
  • Stone, George Norton
Box 59   Folder 9

Correspondence of William A. Nitze (father)

Box 59   Folder 10

Correspondence of Anina Paepcke (daughter)

Box 59   Folder 11

Correspondence of Paula Paepcke (daughter)

Box 60   Folder 1

Letters of Condolence, Acheson-Aspen Skiing Corporation

  • Acheson, Dean
  • Adams, Ansel
  • Adams, Bob, see Adams, Ruth
  • Adams, Janet
  • Adams, Ruth, see Adams, Bob
  • Adler, Ann, see Adler, Mike
  • Adler, Helen
  • Adler, Mike, see Adler, Ann
  • Adler, Mortimer, 1960
  • Adult Education Council of Greater
  • Air Force Academy Foundation
  • Aldis, Patricia
  • Allerton, [?]
  • Alsdorf, Jim
  • Alsdorf, Marilynn
  • American Society of Industrial Designers
  • Ames, E.C., Mrs.
  • Anderson, Linda M.
  • Anderson, Margo
  • Armstrong, Sara
  • Art Directors Club of Chicago
  • Artomonoff, Jessie Downing
  • Artonmonoff, Metty
  • Arts Club of Chicago
  • Ashley, Dickie
  • Ashley, Frank
  • Aspen Music Festival and Music School
  • Aspen Skiing Corporation
Box 60   Folder 2

Letters of Condolence, Babin-Butterfield

  • Babin,Victor
  • Babin, Vitya
  • Bailey, Rex R.
  • Bakewell, Francis
  • Bakewell, Paul, III.
  • Ballengee, Lora (Lane)
  • Barker, J. M.
  • Barnard, Harry
  • Barnard, Marshall, Mrs. (Prissy)
  • Barnes, Cecil, Mrs.
  • Barnes, Courtlundt D.
  • Barnes, Emily (Otis)
  • Barry, Daniel J.
  • Bartsch, Helmuth
  • Bate, Henry N.
  • Bate, Henry N., Mrs.
  • Baum, Harry L., Jr.
  • Baum, Harry L., Mrs.
  • Bayer, Herbert and Joella
  • Bayer, Javan
  • Bayer, Javan, Mrs.
  • Bayer, Johnathan
  • Bayer, Julia
  • Beacom, Thomas H., Mrs.
  • Beal, Thomas P.
  • Beal, Thomas P., Mrs.
  • Bealmear, Ellie
  • Bealmear, Stanford
  • Beck, Lois Ann
  • Beckman Instruments, Inc.
  • Belden, Marjorie King
  • Beliard, Diana
  • Belloli, Yolanda
  • Bell, Laird, Mrs.
  • Bennett, Edward H., Jr.
  • Bennett, Helen M.
  • Benton, Louise Hemingway
  • Benton, William
  • Berger, Bruce N.
  • Berger, Lawrene
  • Berko, Franz
  • Berko, Mirte
  • Berry, Frank
  • Bierwirth, John E.
  • Bignell, Kenneth Alfred
  • Bishop, Charles O.
  • Bishop, Gainor
  • Blair, Floyd G.
  • Blair, Chauncey B., Mrs.
  • Blair, William McCormick
  • Blakely, Kate
  • Block, Maggie
  • Block, Philip D., Jr.
  • Blumenschein, Carl M.
  • Boepple, Hans
  • Boeschenstien, Harold
  • Boissevain, Ruth
  • Boker, Alexander
  • Bokum, Richard
  • Borowski, Felix, Mrs.
  • Bournique, Helen P.
  • Bowe, Augustine
  • Bowe, Julia
  • Brennan, Francis
  • Brennan, William J., Jr.
  • Bresnitz, Kurt
  • Bresnitz, Lotte
  • Broughton, Kenneth
  • Broughton, Kenneth, Mrs.
  • Browne, Brownie Louise, see Brown, James C.
  • Brown, James
  • Brown, James C.
  • Brown, Peggie
  • Brown, Ruth
  • Bunker, John
  • Brumder, Bill
  • Buchbinder, Robert
  • Buchbinder, Robert, Mrs.
  • Buchanon, Douglas
  • Buchanon, Mariam
  • Bullis, Harry A.
  • Burgess, Florence
  • Burling, Edward
  • Buswell, Mary
  • Butterfield, L. Joseph
Box 60   Folder 3

Letters of Condolence, Cameron-Cutter

  • Cameron, Dorthea
  • Cameron, William E.
  • Campbell, Eliza
  • Campbell, J. B., Mrs.
  • Cantacuzene, Michael, Prince of Russia
  • Carton de Colombia
  • Cass, Thomas F.
  • Cathcart, James Adams
  • Cathcart, James Adams, Mrs.
  • Cavanaugh, John
  • Celorio, Mary
  • Cervi, Eugene
  • Chandler, Katherine
  • Chapman, Bobby
  • Chapman, Gilbert
  • Chermayeff, Serge
  • Chicago Lying in Hospital and Dispensary
  • Chicago Mill and Lumber Company
  • Clark, Henry B., Mrs.
  • Cliff Dwellers
  • Cohen, Harry N.
  • Cohen, Norton R.
  • Coiner, Charles
  • Collins, Louise
  • Collins, William M., Jr.
  • Combs, Lawrence A.
  • Combs, Lawrence A., Mrs.
  • Commercial Club of Chicago
  • Condie, Bertha B.
  • Constantine, Mildred
  • Container Corporation of America
  • Cook, Ruthie
  • Coons, Arthur G.
  • Cooper, Paul Fenimore, Mrs.
  • Corya, Elizabeth
  • Cosgriff, Stewart
  • Cosgriff, Stewart, Mrs.
  • Costikyan, Granger
  • Council for Financial Aid to Education, Inc.
  • Cowham, Neil, Mrs.
  • Cousins, Norman
  • Cox, Phyllis
  • Craiv, Bob
  • Craiv, Carol
  • Cranmer, George, Mrs.
  • Crowley, Francis
  • Crysler, Frederick S.
  • Cullum, Mollie
  • Cummings, Nathan
  • Cutter, Charles F.
  • Unidentified
Box 60   Folder 4

Letters of Condolence, Davenport-Durr

  • Davenport, Russell
  • David, Terese
  • Davidson, Hugh M.
  • Davis, Fitzroy
  • Davis, Nathan, Mrs.
  • Davis, Richard
  • Daugherty, Glen E.
  • Dellalute, Herbert G., II
  • Dennis, Gertrude H.
  • Denver Club
  • Depue, Cecil
  • Depue, Nauda
  • Desmond, Thomas C.
  • Dillon, Mary Loretta
  • Dixon, J. Miller
  • Dixon, Wesley
  • Doane, D. Howard
  • Doering, Helena
  • Doering, Robert
  • Dole, Barbara, see Dole, John
  • Dole, Charles Minot (Minnie)
  • Dole, John, see Dole, Barbara
  • Donegan, [?]
  • Donnelley, Helen
  • Donner, [?]
  • Donohue, Maurice F. X.
  • Doremus, John, Mrs.
  • Doughty, Sanford
  • Douglas, James
  • Doxiadis, Constantinos A.
  • Dragstedt, Lester R.
  • Drain, [?]
  • Droste, Albert
  • Droste, Mary Elizabeth
  • DuBrul, Stephen McCormick
  • Duke, Jane
  • Duke, Paul
  • Durr, Wolfgang
  • Unidentified
Box 60   Folder 5

Letters of Condolence, Early - Executives'Club of Chicago

  • Early, Hariot
  • Eaton, Quaintance
  • Eckart, Robert
  • Economic Club
  • Einsler, Carla L.
  • Eisendrath, William N., Jr.
  • Elisha, Laurence
  • Elisha, Laurence, Mrs.
  • Ellis, Corson
  • Ellis, Roberta
  • Encyclopedia of American Biography
  • Enters, Angna
  • Epstein, Seola
  • Eschenhurs, M.
  • Eurich, Al
  • Eurich, Nell
  • Europa Carton
  • Executives' Club of Chicago
Box 60   Folder 6

Letters of Condolence, Fafalla - Furth

  • Fafalla, E.
  • Fagestrom, Carl
  • Fagestrom, Laura
  • Fairbank, June
  • Farwell, John V., III
  • Farwell, Margaret
  • Faust, Clarence
  • Faust, Gladys
  • Feinsinger, Kate
  • Feldstein Charles R.
  • Ferguson, Kitty (Crownshield)
  • Ferguson, Roy K.
  • Ferril, Thomas Hornsby
  • Ferril, Helen (Hellie)
  • Fiber Box Association
  • Field, Kay
  • Field, Marshall
  • Firkusny, Rudolf
  • Fishbein, Morris
  • Fisher, Ruth Page
  • Fisher, S., Mrs.
  • Fletcher, Billie
  • Fletcher, Scott
  • Folding Paper Box Association
  • Frazier, Walter S.
  • Fredericks, Alexandra
  • Freeman, Gaylord
  • Freush, Thomas
  • Freush, Thomas, Mrs.
  • Friedman, William J.
  • Fromm, Paul
  • Fund for the Advancement of Education
  • Furness, Thomas Foster
  • Furth, Arthur J.
Box 60   Folder 7

Letters of Condolence, Geavernitz-Gwinn

  • Geavernitz, Gero v. S
  • Galitzine, Nick
  • Galvin, RoBert W.
  • Ganz, Rudolph
  • Gardner, Colin
  • Garmold Employees
  • Garrisle, M. F., Mayor of Aspen
  • Geba, Bruno
  • Geba, Ema
  • Geisendorfer, Anna Irene
  • Geisendorger, George
  • Gellersted, Harry W.
  • Gellersted, Harry W., Mrs.
  • General Rose Memorial Hospital
  • Gerstel, Marta
  • Gifford, Emmy
  • Gifford, Harold
  • Gilbert, Mary Wood
  • Gill, Edward F.
  • Gill, Mildred
  • Glaser, Fower, Mrs.
  • Glendenning, Cora Mag
  • Glidden, Florence
  • Goldberg, Maria
  • Goldberg, Szymon
  • Goldsholl, Millie
  • Goldsholl, Morton
  • Gomberg, Addy
  • Gomberg, Bill
  • Goodyear, C.
  • Goondahl, Rolf
  • Goondahl, Rolf, Mrs.
  • Gordon, Albert
  • Grabes, Justin D.
  • Granville, Walter C.
  • Graudan, Hansi
  • Graudan, Kolia
  • Great Books Foundation
  • Greer, Harry L., Mrs.
  • Greig, Lawrence
  • Greig, Thea
  • Grewe, Wilhelm, Ambassador of Germany
  • Griswold, A. Whitney
  • Gronner, Georgina
  • Gronner, Robert
  • Grover, Allen
  • Grover, Bea
  • Grover, Jerry G.
  • Gump, Agnes L.
  • Gump, Richard B.
  • Gwinn, Robert P.
  • Unidentified
Box 60   Folder 8

Letters of Condolence, Haerdle-Huth

  • Haerdle, Otto
  • Haig, William
  • Hall, J. Parker
  • Halpert, Edith Gregor
  • Hamill, Clarice
  • Hamilton, Heather
  • Hamline, John, Mrs.
  • Hardin, Louis
  • Harper, Paul, Mrs.
  • Harrell, Marjorie
  • Harris, Eugene M.
  • Harris, George
  • Harvey, Byron
  • Harvey, Daggett
  • Harvey, Jean
  • Harvey, Kathleen, see Harvey, Byron
  • Hayes, Edward
  • Helmich, Elsie
  • Headon, Robert C.
  • Henderson, Malcolm
  • Henry, Annie May, see Henry, Huntington
  • Henry, David D.
  • Henry, Ginny
  • Henry, Pat
  • Henry, Huntington
  • Henselmann, Albert
  • Herbert-Kruger, Hern H.
  • Hesburgh, Theodore M.
  • Hilken, Harry G., II
  • Hill, Patrick, Mrs.
  • Hinman, John H.
  • Hirschfeld, Kurt
  • Hirschfeld, Li
  • Holgood, Jenny
  • Hocking, Ernest
  • Hodges, William V.
  • Hodgkins, W. Press
  • Holt, McPherson
  • Hoflund, Alfred
  • Hoffman, Paul G.
  • Holden, John S.
  • Holton, W. B. (Bud)
  • Honin, Sydney
  • Hooker, Betty
  • Hooker, Bill
  • Hord, Stephen Y.
  • Horodesky, Albert
  • Houghton, Arthur
  • Houghton, Betty
  • House, Stephen P.
  • Houston, Dora
  • Howard, Barbara H.
  • Howell, Heidi
  • Hume, James
  • Hurst, Francis, see Hurst, Willard
  • Hurst, Lucile
  • Hurst, Robert
  • Hurst, Willard
  • Hutchins, Vesta
  • Huth, Haus
  • Unidentified
Box 60   Folder 9

Letters of Condolence, Icaza-Ivey

  • Icaza, Carlos
  • Ilgene, Clark
  • Ilgene, Lola
  • Iselin, Ellie
  • Iselin, Fred
  • Ivey, Dick
  • Ivey, Jean
Box 60   Folder 10

Letters of Condolence, Jackson-Judson

  • Jackson, Graceland C. D.
  • Jacobi, Marie V.
  • Jacobs, Albert C.
  • Jacobson, Ebert
  • Jacobson, Harriet
  • Jake, Greti
  • Jelke, Carrie
  • Jeffrey, William P., Mrs.
  • Johns, Don Jesus Ramirez
  • Johnson, Haldiz
  • Johnson, Robert
  • Johnson, Ruby Hill
  • Jonas, Carl
  • Jones, Charles
  • Jones, Whipple
  • Jolivette, Walter
  • Judson, Sylvia
Box 60   Folder 11

Letters of Condolence, Kahlen-Kumleh

  • Kahlen, [?]
  • Kaufman, Earl P.
  • Kaufmann, Charlotte
  • Kaufmann, Henrik de
  • Kayser, Charles
  • Kechid, Henri
  • Kechid, Jeanne
  • Keenger, Helen
  • Keller, Ira
  • Keller, Ira, Mrs.
  • Kennelly, Martin H.
  • Kern, August
  • Kestnbaum, Gertrude
  • Kestnbaum, Meyer
  • Kickhefer, Herbert M.
  • Kiley, Roger J.
  • Kimpton, Lawrence A.
  • King, Charles Garfield, Mrs.
  • King, Narissa
  • King, Theo
  • Kirk, Grayson
  • Klein, Dado
  • Klein, Jacob
  • Kloury, Georgette
  • Kloury, Robert
  • Knight, Helen P.
  • Knight, John S.
  • Knopf, Alfred A.
  • Knudsen, Florence
  • Kober, Dieter
  • Kolmes, Francis, Mrs.
  • Kolmes, Francis
  • Korff, Nelly
  • Korff, Pieter
  • Kornfeld, Albert
  • Korshak, Stanley
  • Krapf, Franz, Minister of the embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Krannert, Herman C.
  • Krannert, Herman C., Mrs.
  • Krug, Helfried
  • Kuh, Katharine
  • Kuhn, Wendell S.
  • Kumleh, George
Box 61   Folder 1

Letters of Condolence, Lacritz-Ludlow

  • Lacritz, Harry
  • Lacritz, Therese
  • Lagergren, Elise
  • Lagergren, Ragnar
  • Langhorne, Mary
  • Langhorne, George
  • Larragoiti, Antonio Sanchez
  • Larragoiti, Rosalina de
  • Larson, Alfred
  • Larson, Esther
  • Lawrence, Harding
  • Lawyer, John D., Mrs.
  • Leach, Kay
  • Leach, Richard
  • Leibkutsch, Herrin v. Frau Hans
  • Lessin, Arlen
  • Lessin, Carol
  • Levis, William E.
  • Levstik, Frank, Jr.
  • Levy, Jerald
  • Lhevinne, Rosina
  • Lichtenstein, Walter
  • Lilienthal, David
  • Lipkin, Arthur Bennett
  • Lilly, Eugene
  • Lilly, Teranse, Mrs.
  • Linn, Lucy
  • Linn, Scott, Mrs.
  • Lippmann, Walter
  • Liston, John
  • Liston, John, Mrs.
  • Lloyd, Glen A.
  • Lloyd, Marion
  • Logan, Dulaney
  • Logan, Nell
  • Loughlin, James
  • Lowry, Kat Buckley
  • Luce, Harry
  • Ludgen, Earle, Mrs.
  • Ludlow, Mary Ann
Box 61   Folder 2

Letters of Condolence, MacLeish-Musser

  • MacLeish, Norman
  • Maher, Bobbie
  • Maher, Philip
  • Marciniak, Edward
  • Marciniak, Edward, Mrs.
  • Marks, Irving K.
  • Marlin, Elise
  • Marquand, Adelaide
  • Marsh, Robert
  • Marshall, Buff
  • Marshall, Thomas
  • Martin, Helen W.
  • Martin, Lyman C.
  • Marx, Florene
  • Marx, Samuel A.
  • Mason, William C.
  • Mason, William C., Mrs.
  • Maxon, John
  • Mayer, Fraulein Wilhelm Hohmann
  • Mayer, Oscar G.
  • Maytag, Bud
  • McCabe, Eudora
  • McCabe, Emmet
  • McClure, Donald
  • McCormick, Fowler
  • McDougal, Edward
  • McEvoy, Peggy
  • McFadden, Frances
  • McFarland, Frederick A.
  • McGill, Ralph
  • McKeevar, Chauncey
  • McMillan, Ed Leigh
  • McMillan, Thomas E.
  • McNally, Andy
  • McNally, Margi
  • McPherson, Fanny
  • Mendanhall, Thomas
  • Mendoza, Cristobal
  • Mendoza, Luis
  • Mendoza, Maria
  • Mendoza, Tulia
  • Menninger, Jean
  • Merril, Adelaid de
  • Merril, Jean de
  • Merriam John F.
  • Merriam, Robert E.
  • Meyer, Carl, Mrs.
  • Meyer, Charles Appleton
  • Meyer, Suzie
  • Michael, Mona Wilson
  • Middleton, Bob
  • Middleton, Katherine
  • Miles, Harry E.
  • Milhaud, Darius Madeleine
  • Miller, Florence
  • Miller, C. Phillip
  • Mitchell, James Herbert, Mrs.
  • Mitchell, Midlred
  • Mitchell, Samuel M.
  • Monroe, Harry L.
  • Montgomery, Kenneth
  • Montgomery, Lucy
  • Moore, George S.
  • Moores, James E.
  • Moore, Pat
  • Morini, Erica
  • Morse, Rudy
  • Morse, Wendy
  • Mueller, Herbert V., Mrs.
  • Mueller, Louis
  • Mueller, Madeleine
  • Mullarkey, Margaret
  • Muller, Herrn Lambert
  • Muller, Julia
  • Munroe, Leslie
  • Munson, C. B., Mrs.
  • Murphy, John C.
  • Murray, Robert
  • Musser, John M.
  • Unidentified
Box 61   Folder 3

Letters of Condolence, Nadai-Nuveen

  • Nadai, Herbert
  • Nadai, Judy
  • Neal, Paul G.
  • Neher, Marie J.
  • Newby, Mabel W.
  • Newman, Muriel
  • Nichols, Dale
  • Niddrie, George
  • Niddrie, Kenneth S.
  • Niddrie, Meggie, see Niddrie, George
  • Nielsen, Louis
  • Nielsen, Louis, Mrs.
  • Nitze, Carl
  • Nitze, Peter
  • Nuveen, John
  • Unidentified
Box 61   Folder 4

Letters of Condolence, Odell-Orr

  • Odell, William R.
  • Oenslager, Donald
  • Oenslager, Zorka
  • Olds, Irving S.
  • Oliphant, Marjorie J.
  • Olivetti, D.
  • Olsson, Steve L.
  • Oppens, Edith
  • Oppens, Kurt
  • Orchestral Association
  • Orr, Edwin I.
Box 61   Folder 5

Letters of Condolence, Pabst-Pynchon

  • Pabst, Frederick
  • Pabst, Ida
  • Pabst, Patsy
  • Pabst, Robert E.
  • Package Designers Council Chicago Chapter
  • Paegellis, Betty
  • Pagel, Alex
  • Pappenlendam, Laura van
  • Parkinson, Eliza
  • Partridge, Betsy
  • Paschal, Elizabeth
  • Paulding, Gilly
  • Peacock, Sterling
  • Peck, David
  • Peck, Kay
  • Peifer, Catharine M.
  • Penso, Mary (Batte)
  • Peterson, Mildred
  • Pfeifer, Bunny
  • Pfeifer, Friedl
  • Phelan, Balfour
  • Phinney, R. E.
  • Pietsch, Erna
  • Pietsch, Ewald P.
  • Pinzke, Herbert
  • Pirie, Giny
  • Pirie, John
  • Plamondon, Marie
  • Pluta, Jule
  • Pluta, Stanley
  • Poindexter, Barbara
  • Poleyn, Francis J.
  • Pratt, Ruth
  • Prendergast, Walter
  • Pretti, Joseph
  • Pretti, Joseph, Mrs.
  • Prune-Wood, William, Mrs.
  • Puck, Theodore T.
  • Pynchon, Adeline
Box 61   Folder 6

Letters of Condolence, Rago-Ryerson

  • Rago, Henry
  • Rainsford, George N.
  • Ramseur, Rose
  • Ranney, George A., Jr.
  • Reich, Herschel
  • Reich, Lou
  • Reiner, Edith
  • Reiner, James
  • Reiner, Carlota
  • Reiner, Fritz
  • Reinsel, Walter
  • Rentschler, Sylvia
  • Rentschler, William
  • Rettaliata, John T.
  • Reuter, Rudolph
  • Reynolds, Jack
  • Rich, Daniel Catton
  • Ricketson, F. H., Jr.
  • Ringle, Ruth
  • Ringle, Verlin
  • Roberg, Ruth
  • Robinson, F. George
  • Robinson, F. George, Mrs.
  • Rochell, E.
  • Rodman, Thomas Clifford
  • Roncallo, Helen Franco de
  • Roodahl, George
  • Roodahl, Gladys
  • Rosary College
  • Rosenberg, Augusta
  • Roenberg, Torreyson
  • Rosenhaupt, Hans
  • Rowland, Peggy
  • Rowland, Red
  • Runnells, Mary
  • Russell, Betty
  • Russell, Carroll
  • Rutherford, John R.
  • Ruyter, M. de
  • Ryerson, Edward
  • Ryerson, Nora
Box 61 continued   Folder 7

Letters of Condolence, Sachs-Swift

  • Sachs, Peter
  • Sachs, Romaine
  • Sager, Leon
  • Sager, Margaret
  • Saint Josephs Hospital
  • Saint Mary's College
  • Sampsehl, Marshall Grosscup
  • Sardy, Sylvia
  • Saudo, Frances B.
  • Sauer, Frank J.
  • Schaffner, Joseph
  • Schaffner, Joseph, Mrs.
  • Schang, F. C.
  • Schieffelin, George
  • Schieffelin, Louise Winterbotham
  • Schmidt, Adolph W.
  • Schmidt, Henry D.
  • Schmidt, Herr Frau v. Gerhard
  • Schmidt, Katharine
  • Schnetzer, Marianne
  • Schoenhofen, Leo H.
  • Schorre, Charles
  • Schrodinger, Hubert
  • Schurazeufer, Francis
  • Sebastian, George
  • Senior, Maud
  • Senn, Arnold
  • Shafroth, Will
  • Shands, Kate
  • Shapiro, Joseph R.
  • Shaver, C. H.
  • Shaw, Alfred
  • Shelly, Warner S.
  • Shepard, Dorothy
  • Sherer, L.
  • Shriver, Eunice
  • Shriver, Sarge
  • Sieveking, Kurt
  • Simel, Jo
  • Simon, Paule
  • Singer, Norman
  • Six, Robert F.
  • Six, Robert D.
  • Skinner, George D.
  • Smith, Bobbie
  • Smith, L.
  • Smith, Brooks
  • Smith, Hermon Dunlop
  • Smith, Hermon Dunlop, Mrs.
  • Smith, James H.
  • Smith, James H., Mrs.
  • Smith, Robert J.
  • Solomon, Izler
  • Sonderson, Gerard
  • Sonderson, Gerard, Mrs.
  • Spacek, Leonard
  • Spence, John D.
  • Sperry, Buddie
  • Sperry, Leonard
  • Spivak, Dorothy
  • Spivak, Sydney S.
  • Sprague, Marshall
  • Stanton, Joe L.
  • Stanton, Rose
  • Stoecker, R. G.
  • Stapleton, William
  • Stapleton, William, Mrs.
  • Stark, Charlotte
  • Stark, Gustave
  • Steger, Russell W.
  • Stein, Henry
  • Stein, Jeannette
  • Stein, Marg, see Stein, Henry
  • Stevens, Dody
  • Stevens, Marvin A.
  • Stevenson, Ellen Borden
  • Stewart, A.
  • Stewart, John W.
  • Stewart, Ross
  • Stone, George Norton
  • Street, William S.
  • Stuck, Robert
  • Sudler, Caroll
  • Sulzberger, Frank L.
  • Summer, Emily
  • Summer, Joe
  • Swift, Harold H.
Box 61 continued   Folder 8

Letters of Condolence, Taft-Tyler

  • Taft, Charles P.
  • Tanner, Allen
  • Tavern Club, The
  • Tausig, Martin
  • Tausig, Martin, Mrs.
  • Taylor-Chatfield, Marochka
  • Taylor, Ann
  • Taylor, Goodie
  • Taylor, Norris
  • Taylor, Vernon (Moose)
  • Tcherepnin, Sascha
  • Temiauka, Henri
  • Thayer, Edmond Jay
  • Theobald, D. A.
  • Thibodeau, John H.
  • Tieken, Betty
  • Timson, Eldred
  • Tipton, Mary Norris
  • Torre, Mario de la
  • Tod, Phyllis M.
  • Trauax, Carol
  • Traver, George
  • Tucher, Elizabeth
  • Tucher, Hans
  • Turner, Floyd C.
  • Turner, Wilma
  • Turner, Huntington M.
  • Tyler, Carney
  • Tyler, Tom
  • Unidentified
Box 61 continued   Folder 9

Letters of Condolence, Ulvaeus-Utley

  • Ulvaeus, Lennart M.
  • Underwood, Frannie
  • United States Air Force Academy
  • Uribe, Eduardo
  • Utley, Frayn
Box 61 continued   Folder 10

Letters of Condolence, Valenti-Von Lupin

  • Valenti, Fernando
  • Ver Brugghen, Brien
  • Ver Brugghen, Jean
  • Vogel, Helen
  • Von der, Marwitz
  • Von Egloffstein, C. L.
  • Von Lupin, Freidrich
Box 61 continued   Folder 11

Letters of Condolence, Wagonseller-Wisehart

  • Wacker, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
  • Wade, Mrs. Crunden
  • Waese, Berta
  • Wagonseller, Earl A.
  • Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
  • Wallace, Sonia
  • Wallach, Ira D.
  • Waller, Mary
  • Walser, Nelly
  • Warburg, Eric
  • Warburg, Erich
  • Ward, Dewy and F. Champion
  • Ward, Mr. and Mrs. J. Harris
  • Ward, Maureen T.
  • Warden, Dot and Herb
  • Washington Cathedral
  • Watkins, George
  • Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
  • Weber, Hugo
  • Weigel, Stanley A.
  • Weigle, Richard
  • Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. Edward H.
  • Weiss, Mrs. B.
  • Welles, Mr. and Mrs. Donald P.
  • Welles, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
  • Welling, Mrs. John Paul
  • Welzen, Jan van
  • Wendt, Mrs. Marshall
  • Weyerhaeuser, Fred
  • Whipple, Jay N.
  • White, Ralph E.
  • Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
  • Wilder, Thornton
  • Williamson, Mrs. Burke
  • Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth B.
  • Williams, Lynn
  • Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. O. Meredith
  • Winston, Mrs. Ralph
  • Winter, Mrs. Edwin
  • Winterbotham, Mr. and Mrs. John
  • Wirtz, Virginia Wadsworth
  • Wisehart, W. Renolds
  • Wolf, Esther Korr
  • Woods, Leonard H.
  • Work [?], Lucille
  • Workum, Mrs. Fifield
  • Wyzanski, Charlie
  • W?, Dorothea and Garth
  • W?, Louis
Box 62

Fortieth Birthday Letters, August 28, 1982 (bound)

Box 63

Card file:

Box 63

Guest list, 1982

Box 63

Guest list, n.d.

Box 64

Card file:

Box 64

Christmas card list, personal and business, n.d.

Box 65

Card file:

Box 65

Address file, n.d.

Series III: Activities and Interests

Series III: Activities and Interest is a large subject file. It has been arranged alphabetically by topic and then chronologically within the subjects, except for the Art Institute and Interior Design material, each of which is subdivided by subject. This series covers the period 1935-1993. Much of the material in this series is the correspondence and reports of the organizations, committees and boards of which Elizabeth was a member. Some subject files consist only of a folder or two while some are quite large. Many of them include newspaper and magazine clippings.

One particularly large subject file is the Aspen Institute for the Humanities. This part of Series III includes correspondence, reports, minutes, promotional materials, conference materials, notes, reading lists, newsletters, awards and article reprints. Some of the papers included in the Aspen Institute heading predate the actual formation of the institute in 1950. These few papers reveal some of the planning that went into the institute from the perspective of Walter and Elizabeth Paepcke. An effort has been made to keep together materials that were originally grouped together in folders and binders except when there was too much material to be included in one folder. This material includes meetings of the Executives' and Society of Fellows' seminars.

Related to the Aspen Institute is the Aspen Music Festival material. Originally affiliated directly with the Institute, the Aspen Music Festival and the Music Associates of Aspen organized a yearly festival of music in Aspen as well as a summer music school. This part of the series includes festival programs, brochures, minutes and correspondence, and it covers the period 1950-1993.

Elizabeth's concern for environmental matters is reflected by her involvement in the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES) and the affiliated Thorne Ecological Foundation. Elizabeth was a member of the board of advisors of the Thorne Ecological Foundation, which established a fund for the ACES in 1967 (to be used for operating and capital expenses. Elizabeth donated land from her Hallam Lake site in 1967 and made monetary donations money. ACES held nature classes, produced pamphlets, and newsletters on environmental issues. In addition to these materials, this part of Series III also contains correspondence and clippings.

The Great Books foundation was founded in 1947 in the context of a growing interest in sponsoring this public discussion of the Great Books, also termed the Great Ideas. It organized reading and discussion programs and published books to be used in these programs. Elizabeth was on the board of directors, resigning in 1981. Elizabeth and her husband Walter attended the Great Books classes in the late forties and Elizabeth remained interested in similar topics in part through her friendship with Mortimer Adler. As part of her interest in the great books, she collected general magazine articles and clippings that concerned public discussion of the Great Books programs. These include programs affiliated with Mortimer Adler and Robert Maynard Hutchins. Other material includes notes, minutes, financial statements, memos, correspondence, booklets, the newsletter, "The Gadfly," and material from the Junior Great Books Program. There are also some photos from telecasts of Great Books classes that included Elizabeth.

The Institute of Design, originally the Chicago School of Design, was sometimes referred to as the "New Bauhaus." Elizabeth's was a particular admirer of modern art and design, and she encouraged her husband's sponsorship of the Institute and patronage of the arts. The Institute of Design material includes reproductions of Walter's early correspondence concerning the Institute. There are also two issues of the Student Independent, which include prints of Institute students' work.

The material on Interior design has been subdivided into several categories. Elizabeth attended the School of the Art Institute and was involved in a number of design projects and enjoyed occasional interior design projects. She kept a large amount of design material including catalogs, advertisements, samples and clippings. There is also a small amount of correspondence from the American Institute of Interior Designers and the American Society of Interior Designers. One of the projects she contributed to was a redesign of portions of the Marshall Field's department store, and another was the design of dormitory rooms in the University of Chicago's International House.

In addition to this design project, Elizabeth was also involved in University of Chicago activities as a member of the Women's Board and the Visiting Committee on the Humanities. This portion of Series III includes correspondence, speeches by University of Chicago faculty, copies of the University of Chicago magazine, a list of the president's honor roll, and convocation programs. Her involvement in the University of Chicago also developed from her friendship with Robert Maynard Hutchins and her father's years in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures.

Other items of note in Series III include the Lincoln Academy, the University of Denver and the Thorne Ecological Foundation. Elizabeth was appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Lincoln Academy in 1964. Modeled after the Nobel Prize, the Lincoln Academy is intended to recognize the achievements and contributions of Illinois citizens by conferring the Lincoln Medal Awards. Elizabeth served on the Board, attended meetings and the annual ball, but left the Board dissatisfied. This section includes correspondence, minutes, photographs, notes, programs, and invitations. Elizabeth was also on the Board of Trustees of the University of Denver. This material includes notes, correspondence, and commencement programs. Elizabeth's involvement in the Thorne Ecological

Foundation is part of her interest in Environmental issues. The material consists of a certificate of incorporation, bylaws, correspondence, minutes, brochures, memoranda and "A Treatise on Environmental Values" by Robert O. Lee. Much of the Container Corporation material from 1985-1986 concerns the exhibit "Art, Design, and the Modern Corporation" at the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Material related to the company Marcor is also included after the Container Corporation material because the two merged in 1968.

Box 66   Folder 1

Adlai Stevenson Institute of International Affairs

Box 66   Folder 2

Apollo 16

Box 66   Folder 3

Art Director's Club of Chicago

Box 66   Folder 4

Art Institute of Chicago - Announcements and Newsletters

Box 66   Folder 5

Art Institute of Chicago - Calendars

Box 66   Folder 6-7

Art Institute of Chicago - Correspondence

Box 66   Folder 8

Art Institute of Chicago - Newspaper Clippings

Box 66   Folder 9

Art Institute of Chicago - Reports, 1947-1975

Box 66   Folder 10

Art Institute of Chicago - Reports, 1975-1980

Box 67   Folder 1

Art Institute of Chicago - Reports, 1982-1983

Box 67   Folder 2

Art Institute of Chicago - School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Box 67   Folder 3

Art Institute of Chicago - School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Box 67   Folder 4

Art Institute of Chicago, Women's Board - Bylaws, 1955, 1963, 1977

Box 68   Folder 1

Art Institute of Chicago, Women's Board - Correspondence, 1965- 1980, n.d.

Box 68   Folder 2

Art Institute of Chicago ,Women's Board - May Festivals, 1954

Box 68   Folder 3

Art Institute of Chicago, Women's Board - May Festivals, 1956

Box 68   Folder 4

Art Institute of Chicago, Women's Board - May Festivals, 1961

Box 68   Folder 5

Art Institute of Chicago, Women's Board - May Festivals, 1962

Box 68   Folder 6

Art Institute of Chicago, Women's Board - May Festivals, 1963

Box 68   Folder 7

Art Institute of Chicago, Women's Board - May Festivals, 1966

Box 68   Folder 8

Art Institute of Chicago, Women's Board - May Festivals, undated

Box 68   Folder 9

Art Institute of Chicago, Women's Board - Member lists, 1965-1967

Box 68   Folder 10

Art Institute of Chicago, Women's Board - Minutes, 1953-1969

Box 68   Folder 11

Art Institute of Chicago, Women's Board - Minutes, 1970-1978

Box 68   Folder 12

Art Institute of Chicago, Women's Board - Reports, 1953-1973, 1977

Box 69   Folder 1

Artists and Art: Actualidad Grafica Panorama Artistico

Box 69   Folder 2

Artists and Art: Agam

Box 69   Folder 3

Artists and Art: Bass, Saul

Box 69   Folder 4

Artists and Art: Bass, Saul SEE .b 154

Box 69   Folder 5-6

Artists and Art: Bauhaus

Box 69   Folder 7

Artists and Art: Bauhaus SEE .b 154

Box 69   Folder 8-12

Artists and Art: Bayer, Herbert

Box 69   Folder 13

Artists and Art: Berko, Franz

Box 69   Folder 14

Artists and Art: Bertoia, Harry

Box 70   Folder 1

Artists and Art: Bill, Max

Box 70   Folder 2

Artists and Art: Dubuffet, Jean

Box 70   Folder 3

Artists and Art: Engelbrecht, Lloyd C.

Box 70   Folder 4

Artists and Art: Feininger, Lyonel

Box 70   Folder 5

Artists and Art: Goldsmith, Myron

Box 70   Folder 6

Artists and Art: Gropius, Walter SEE .b 154

Box 70   Folder 7

Artists and Art: Herrschler, David

Box 70   Folder 8

Artists and Art: Haan, Norman de

Box 70   Folder 9

Artists and Art: Indiana, Robert

Box 70   Folder 10

Artists and Art: Kepes, Gyorgy

Box 70   Folder 11

Artists and Art: Kepes, Gyorgy SEE .b 154

Box 70   Folder 12

Artists and Art: Klee, Paul

Box 70   Folder 13

Artists and Art: Lerner, Nathan

Box 70   Folder 14

Artists and Art: Mauldin, Bill SEE .b 154

Box 70   Folder 15-17

Artists and Art: Moholy-Nagy, Lazlo

Box 70   Folder 18

Artists and Art: Moholy-Nagy, Sibly

Box 70   Folder 19

Artists and Art: Moon, Susan

Box 70   Folder 20

Artists and Art: Morgan, James O'Connell

Box 71   Folder 1

Artists and Art: Nickel, Richard

Box 71   Folder 2

Artists and Art: Nutt, Jim SEE .b 154

Box 71   Folder 3

Artists and Art: Ossorio, Alfonso

Box 71   Folder 4

Artists and Art: Propper, Robert A. (bound)

Box 71   Folder 5

Artists and Art: Rauschenberg, Robert SEE FLAT FILES

Box 71   Folder 6-7

Artists and Art: Schorre, Charles

Box 71   Folder 8

Artists and Art: Tabibian, Jivan SEE FLAT FILES

Box 71   Folder 9

Artists and Art: Testa, Angelo

Box 71   Folder 10

Artists and Art: Warhol, Andy

Box 71   Folder 11

Artists and Art: Warman, Saul SEE .b 154

Box 71   Folder 12

Artists and Art: Wilcox, Shorty

Box 71   Folder 13

Artists and Art: Wilke, Ulfert

Box 71   Folder 14

Artists and Art: Museum Catalogs

Box 71   Folder 15

Artists and Art: Museum Catalogs

Box 71   Folder 16

Artists and Art: Museum Catalogs

Box 71   Folder 17

Artists and Art: Magazines

Box 71   Folder 18

Arts Club of Chicago, 1980

Box 72   Folder 1

Aspen Art Museum, 1987-1993

Box 72   Folder 2

Aspen Arts Festival, 1977

Box 72   Folder 3

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 1968-1969

Box 72   Folder 4

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 1970-1972

Box 72   Folder 5

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 1973

Box 72   Folder 6

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 1973-1974

Box 72   Folder 7

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 1975

Box 72   Folder 8

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 1975-1976

Box 72   Folder 9

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 1976-1977

Box 72   Folder 10

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 1978-1979

Box 73   Folder 1

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 1980

Box 73   Folder 2

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 1981

Box 73   Folder 3

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 1982

Box 73   Folder 4

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 1984

Box 73   Folder 5

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 1985

Box 73   Folder 6

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 1987

Box 73   Folder 7

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 1991

Box 73   Folder 8

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, n.d.

Box 73   Folder 9

Aspen, City of, Facsimile of a Plat Map, 1896 SEE .b 235

Box 73   Folder 10

Aspen, City of, 1945

Box 73   Folder 11

Aspen, City of, 1966 SEE .b 154

Box 73   Folder 12

Aspen, City of, 1967

Box 73   Folder 13

Aspen, City of, 1970-1974

Box 73   Folder 14

Aspen, City of, 1975

Box 73   Folder 15

Aspen, City of, 1976-1979

Box 73   Folder 16

Aspen, City of, 1982 SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 73   Folder 17

Aspen, City of, 1982-1985

Box 73   Folder 18

Aspen, City of, 1990

Box 73   Folder 19

Aspen, City of, n.d.

Box 73   Folder 20

Aspen, City of, n.d. SEE .b 154

Box 73   Folder 21

Aspen, City of, Fritz Kaeser Photos, n.d. SEE .b 155

Box 74   Folder 1

Aspen Health Center

Box 74   Folder 2

Aspen Historic Preservation Committee, 1991

Box 74   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1947

Box 74   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1950

Box 74   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1950

Box 74   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August 1950

Box 74   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August-September 1950

Box 74   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1951

Box 74   Folder 9

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1952

Box 74   Folder 10

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1953

Box 74   Folder 11

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1954

Box 74   Folder 12

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1955

Box 74   Folder 13

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1958-1959

Box 74   Folder 14

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1960

Box 74   Folder 15

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-March 1961

Box 75   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, March-May 1961

Box 75   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, May-June 1961

Box 75   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1961

Box 75   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August-September 1961

Box 75   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, September-October 1961

Box 75   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, November-December 1961

Box 75   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, December 1961

Box 75   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-April 1962

Box 75   Folder 9

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, May-September 1962

Box 76   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, October-December 1962

Box 76   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, December 1962

Box 76   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-May 1963

Box 76   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, May-June 1963

Box 76   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July-September 1963

Box 76   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, October-December 1963

Box 76   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, December 1963

Box 77   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1963

Box 77   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1963

Box 77   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1963

Box 77   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-February 1964

Box 77   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, March 1964

Box 77   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, April-May 1964

Box 77   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, May 1964

Box 77   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June-July 1964

Box 77   Folder 9

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August-November 1964

Box 78   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, November 1964

Box 78   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, December 1964

Box 78   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1964

Box 78   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1964 SEE .b 154

Box 78   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-May 1965

Box 78   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, May 1965

Box 78   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June-July 1965

Box 78   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1965 SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 78   Folder 9

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August 1965

Box 79   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August 1965

Box 79   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August 1965

Box 79   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, September-December 1965

Box 79   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, December 1965

Box 79   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-March 1966

Box 79   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, April-July 1966

Box 79   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August-December 1966

Box 79   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1966

Box 80   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-April 1967

Box 80   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, May 1967

Box 80   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June-July 1967

Box 80   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July-August 1967

Box 80   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, October-November 1967

Box 80   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, December 1967

Box 80   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1967 SEE .b 154

Box 80   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, March-July 1968

Box 81   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August-December 1968

Box 81   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, March-May 1969

Box 81   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June-July 1969

Box 81   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1969

Box 81   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, September-October 1969

Box 81   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, October 1969

Box 81   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, November-December 1969

Box 82   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, December 1969

Box 82   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, December 1969

Box 82   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1969

Box 82   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-February 1970

Box 82   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, March 1970

Box 82   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, May 1970

Box 82   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, May 1970

Box 82   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June 1970

Box 83   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June 1970

Box 83   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1970

Box 83   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August-September 1970

Box 83   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, September 1970

Box 83   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, September 1970

Box 83   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, September-December 1970

Box 83   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, December 1970

Box 83   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1970

Box 84   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-November 1971

Box 84   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, November-December 1971

Box 84   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-April 1972

Box 84   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, May 1972

Box 84   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June 1972

Box 84   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June 1972

Box 84   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1972

Box 84   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1972

Box 85   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1972

Box 85   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July-August 1972

Box 85   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, September 1972

Box 85   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, October 1972

Box 85   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, November-December 1972

Box 86   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-March 1973

Box 86   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, April-May 1973

Box 86   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June 1973

Box 86   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1973

Box 86   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August-December 1973

Box 86   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, February-May 1974

Box 86   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June 1974

Box 86   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1974

Box 87   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1974

Box 87   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1974

Box 87   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August-December 1974

Box 87   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1974

Box 87   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-May 1975

Box 87   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June 1975

Box 87   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June-July 1975

Box 87   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July-August 1975

Box 88   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, December 1975

Box 88   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, February-May 1976

Box 88   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June-July 1976

Box 88   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1976

Box 88   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July-August 1976

Box 88   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August 1976

Box 88   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, September 1976

Box 89   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1976

Box 89   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1976

Box 89   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1976

Box 89   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1976

Box 89   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-March 1977

Box 89   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1977

Box 89   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1977

Box 89   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August-December 1977

Box 89   Folder 9

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1977

Box 90   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, March-May 1978

Box 90   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1978

Box 90   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, September-December 1978

Box 90   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-February 1979

Box 90   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, Marcy-July 1979

Box 90   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1979

Box 91   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July-August 1979

Box 91   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August 1979

Box 91   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, September-December 1979

Box 91   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-July 1980

Box 91   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1980

Box 92   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1980

Box 92   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1980

Box 92   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August-September 1980

Box 92   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1981

Box 92   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1982

Box 92   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, March-June 1983

Box 92   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1983

Box 92   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1983

Box 92   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1983

Box 93   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August-December 1983

Box 93   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, April-June 1984

Box 93   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, August-December 1984

Box 93   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-May 1985

Box 93   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June 1985

Box 93   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July-October 1985

Box 93   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1986

Box 93   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June-October 1986

Box 93   Folder 9

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1987

Box 94   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1987

Box 94   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1987

Box 94   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1988

Box 95   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, February-July 1989

Box 95   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1989

Box 95   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1989

Box 95   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July-September 1989

Box 95   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, December 1989

Box 95   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, June-August 1990

Box 95   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, September-October 1990

Box 95   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1990 - Thatcher/Bush Luncheon

Box 96   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1990 - Thatcher/Bush Luncheon

Box 96   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, January-May 1991

Box 96   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July-August 1991

Box 96   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July-August 1991

Box 96   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July-August 1991

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Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July-September 1991

Box 96   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, September-December 1991

Box 96   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1992

Box 96   Folder 9

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1992

Box 97   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1992

Box 97   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, July 1992

Box 97   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, undated

Box 97   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, undated

Box 97   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, undated

Box 97   Folder 6

Aspen Institute in Berlin, 1974

Box 98   Folder 1

Aspen Meadows, n. d.

Box 98   Folder 2

Aspen Meadows, n. d.

Box 98   Folder 3

Aspen Metropolitan Sanitation District, 1965-1967

Box 98   Folder 4

Aspen Metropolitan Sanitation District, 1968-1969

Box 98   Folder 5

Aspen Metropolitan Sanitation District, 1970

Box 98   Folder 6

Aspen Metropolitan Sanitation District, n. d.

Box 98   Folder 7

Aspen Metropolitan Sanitation District, newspaper clippings

Box 98   Folder 8

Aspen Music Festival, 1950

Box 98   Folder 9

Aspen Music Festival, 1951-1959

Box 98   Folder 10

Aspen Music Festival, 1961-1963

Box 98   Folder 11

Aspen Music Festival, 1964

Box 99   Folder 1

Aspen Music Festival, 1965-1966

Box 99   Folder 2

Aspen Music Festival, 1966

Box 99   Folder 3

Aspen Music Festival, 1967-1969 SEE ALSO .b 156

Box 99   Folder 4

Aspen Music Festival, 1970-1971

Box 99   Folder 5

Aspen Music Festival, 1972

Box 99   Folder 6

Aspen Music Festival, 1974

Box 99   Folder 7

Aspen Music Festival, 1974-1975

Box 100   Folder 1

Aspen Music Festival, 1976 - 1978

Box 100   Folder 2

Aspen Music Festival, 1981 - 1982

Box 100   Folder 3

Aspen Music Festival, 1985

Box 100   Folder 4

Aspen Music Festival, 1990 - 1991

Box 100   Folder 5

Aspen Music Festival, 1992

Box 100   Folder 6

Aspen Music Festival, 1993

Box 100   Folder 7

Aspen Music Festival, n. d.

Box 100   Folder 8

Aspen Photography Conference, 1961

Box 100   Folder 9

Aspen Skiing Corporation, 1968 -1972

Box 101   Folder 1

Association of Corporate Art Curators

Box 101   Folder 2

The Auditorium Theater

Box 101   Folder 3

Ballet West, 1971

Box 101   Folder 4

Ballet West, 1975

Box 101   Folder 5

Ballet West, 1976

Box 101   Folder 6

Ballet West, January-August 1977

Box 101   Folder 7

Ballet West, September-December 1977

Box 101   Folder 8

Ballet West, 1978

Box 101   Folder 9

Ballet West, 1979

Box 101   Folder 10

Ballet West, 1980-1984

Box 101   Folder 11

Ballet West, 1990, n.d.

Box 102   Folder 1

California Civic Music and Arts Foundation

Box 102   Folder 2

The Casino Club

Box 102   Folder 3

Chicago Academy of Sciences

Box 102   Folder 4

Chicago Educational Television

Box 102   Folder 5

Chicago Historical Society

Box 102   Folder 6

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1960-1965

Box 103   Folder 1

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1966-1967

Box 103   Folder 2

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1966-1969

Box 103   Folder 3

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1970-1971

Box 103   Folder 4

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1971

Box 104   Folder 1

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1972-1973

Box 104   Folder 2

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1974-1975

Box 104   Folder 3

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1976-1977

Box 104   Folder 4

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1978

Box 104   Folder 5

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1980-1982

Box 104   Folder 6

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1982-1983

Box 104   Folder 7

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1985-1987

Box 105   Folder 1

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1989-1991

Box 105   Folder 2

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1991, n.d.

Box 105   Folder 3

The Church of our Savior Episcopal

Box 105   Folder 4

Cliff Dwellers Club

Box 105   Folder 5

Colorado College

Box 105   Folder 6

Columbia College

Box 105   Folder 7

Container Corporation, 1946

Box 105   Folder 8

Container Corporation, 1958

Box 105   Folder 9

Container Corporation, 1960-1968

Box 105   Folder 10

Container Corporation, 1974-1978

Box 105   Folder 11

Container Corporation, 1978 (2 copies) SEE FLAT FILES

Box 106   Folder 1

Container Corporation, 1979

Box 106   Folder 2

Container Corporation, 1980-1985

Box 106   Folder 3

Container Corporation, 1985

Box 106   Folder 4

Container Corporation, 1985

Box 106   Folder 5

Container Corporation, 1986

Box 106   Folder 6

Container Corporation, 1986

Box 106   Folder 7

Container Corporation, 1986 SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 106   Folder 8-9

Container Corporation, n.d.

Box 106   Folder 10

Container Corporation, n.d. SEE .b 156 Reprints of advertisement Magazine Clipping

Box 107   Folder 1

Container Corp./Marcor, 1968

Box 107   Folder 2

Container Corp./Marcor, 1968

Box 107   Folder 3

Container Corp./Marcor, 1969

Box 107   Folder 4

Container Corp./Marcor, 1970

Box 107   Folder 5

Container Corp./Marcor, 1974

Box 107   Folder 6

Cosmopolitan Club, 1952-1971

Box 107   Folder 7

Council on Religion and International Affairs, 1967

Box 107   Folder 8

Denver Public Schools, 1972

Box 107   Folder 9

Downbeat Jazz Festival, 1966

Box 107   Folder 10

Environment, 1962-1969

Box 107   Folder 11

Environment, 1970-1976

Box 108   Folder 1

Environment, 1977-1978

Box 108   Folder 2

Environment, 1980-1986

Box 108   Folder 3

Environment, 1987

Box 108   Folder 4

Environment, 1992, n.d.

Box 108   Folder 5

The Field Museum, 1968-1970

Box 108   Folder 6

The Field Museum, 1971-1975

Box 109   Folder 1

The Field Museum, n.d.

Box 109   Folder 2

Fine Arts Music Foundation of Chicago

Box 109   Folder 3

Foreign Policy Association, 1965-1968

Box 109   Folder 4

Foxcroft

Box 109   Folder 5

Friday Club, 1962-1963

Box 109   Folder 6

Friday Club, 1963-1964,

Box 109   Folder 7

Friday Club, n.d.

Box 109   Folder 8

General Services Administration

Box 109   Folder 9

Given Institute, 1969

Box 109   Folder 10

Given Institute, 1970

Box 109   Folder 11

Given Institute, 1971

Box 109   Folder 12

Given Institute, 1971

Box 110   Folder 1

Given Institute, 1972

Box 110   Folder 2

Given Institute, 1972-1973

Box 110   Folder 3

Given Institute, 1975-1981

Box 110   Folder 4

Given Institute, 1981-1987

Box 110   Folder 5

Given Institute, 1993, n.d.

Box 110   Folder 6

Goethe Bicentennial Convocation and Music Festival, 1949

Box 110   Folder 7

Goethe Bicentennial Convocation and Music Festival, 1949

Box 110   Folder 8

Goethe Bicentennial Convocation and Music Festival, 1949

Box 111

Goethe Bicentennial Convocation and Music Festival (bound)

Box 111   Folder 1

Goodman Theatre, 1958

Box 111   Folder 2

Goodman Theatre, 1987-1992

Box 111   Folder 3

Governor's Distinguished Committee for Foreign Guests, n.d.

Box 111   Folder 4

Great Books Course, 1944-1945

Box 111   Folder 5

Great Books Course, 1946

Box 112   Folder 1

Great Books, 1950-1952

Box 112   Folder 2

Great Books Foundation, 1947-1949

Box 112   Folder 3

Great Books Foundation, 1950-1952

Box 112   Folder 4

Great Books Foundation, 1953

Box 112   Folder 5

Great Books Foundation, 1953

Box 112   Folder 6

Great Books Foundation, 1954

Box 112   Folder 7

Great Books Foundation, 1954

Box 112   Folder 8

Great Books Foundation, 1956-1959

Box 112   Folder 9

Great Books Foundation, 1960

Box 113   Folder 1

Great Books Foundation, 1961

Box 113   Folder 2

Great Books Foundation, 1962

Box 113   Folder 3

Great Books Foundation, 1963

Box 113   Folder 4

Great Books Foundation, 1964

Box 113   Folder 5

Great Books Foundation, 1965

Box 113   Folder 6

Great Books Foundation, 1966

Box 113   Folder 7

Great Books Foundation, 1967-1968

Box 113   Folder 8

Great Books Foundation, 1970-1976

Box 113   Folder 9

Great Books Foundation, 1977-1979

Box 114   Folder 1

Great Books Foundation, 1980-1981

Box 114   Folder 2

Great Books Foundation, 1982-1984

Box 114   Folder 3

Great Books Foundation, 1985-1988

Box 114   Folder 4

Great Books Foundation, n.d.

Box 114   Folder 5

Great Books Telecasts, 1948-1949

Box 114   Folder 6

Great Ideas of Eastern Man

Box 114   Folder 7

Great Ideas Programs, n.d.

Box 115   Folder 1

Hotel Jerome 1889-1971

Box 115   Folder 2

Hotel Jerome n.d.

Box 115   Folder 3

Hull House Theatre, 1968-1970

Box 115   Folder 4

Illinois Commission, World's Fair, 1964-1965

Box 115   Folder 5

Illinois Executive Mansion Refurbishing, 1967

Box 115   Folder 6

Illinois Executive Mansion Refurbishing, 1968-1970

Box 115   Folder 7

Illinois Executive Mansion Refurbishing, 1972

Box 115   Folder 8

Illinois Executive Mansion Refurbishing, n.d.

Box 115   Folder 9

Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design, 1935-1944

Box 115   Folder 10

Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design, 1945

Box 115   Folder 11

Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design, 1945

Box 116   Folder 1

Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design, 1946

Box 116   Folder 2

Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design, 1946

Box 116   Folder 3

Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design, 1950

Box 116   Folder 4

Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design, 1953 SEE ALSO .b 156

Box 116   Folder 5

Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design, 1954 SEE .b 156

Box 116   Folder 6

Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design, 1956-1973

Box 116   Folder 7

Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design, 1974-1987

Box 116   Folder 8

Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design, 1988 SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 116   Folder 9

Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design, 1988-1989, n.d.

Box 117   Folder 1

Illinois Sesquicentennial Commission, 1967

Box 117   Folder 2

Illinois Sesquicentennial Commission, February-August 1968

Box 117   Folder 3

Illinois Sesquicentennial Commission, September-December, 1968

Box 117   Folder 4

Illinois Sesquicentennial Commission, 1969

Box 117   Folder 5

Illinois Sesquicentennial Commission, n.d.

Box 117   Folder 6

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1952

Box 117   Folder 7

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1953-1954

Box 117   Folder 8

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1955-1959

Box 117   Folder 9

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1960-1963

Box 117   Folder 10

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1964-1965

Box 118   Folder 1

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1965

Box 118   Folder 2

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1965

Box 118   Folder 3

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1965

Box 118   Folder 4

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1965

Box 118   Folder 5

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1967-1969

Box 118   Folder 6

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1970-1973

Box 118   Folder 7

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1974

Box 118   Folder 8

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1974

Box 118   Folder 9

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1974

Box 119   Folder 1

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1974

Box 119   Folder 2

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1975

Box 119   Folder 3

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1975

Box 119   Folder 4

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1976

Box 119   Folder 5

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1977

Box 119   Folder 6

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1977

Box 119   Folder 7

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1978

Box 119   Folder 8

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1980

Box 119   Folder 9

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1981

Box 119   Folder 10

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1981

Box 119   Folder 11

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1981

Box 120   Folder 1

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1982

Box 120   Folder 2

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1982

Box 120   Folder 3

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1983

Box 120   Folder 4

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1984

Box 120   Folder 5

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1985

Box 120   Folder 6

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1986

Box 120   Folder 7

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1987

Box 120   Folder 8

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1988

Box 120   Folder 9

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1989

Box 120   Folder 10

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1990

Box 120   Folder 11

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1992

Box 120   Folder 12

Institute for Philosophical Research, 1993

Box 120   Folder 13

Institute for Philosophical Research, n.d.

Box 120   Folder 14

Institute for Philosophical Research - Office Redecoration, 1963

Box 121   Folder 1

Institute for Philosophical Research - Office Redecoration, 1963- 1964

Box 121   Folder 2

Interior Design, American Institute of Interior Designers, 1961

Box 121   Folder 3

Interior Design, American Institute of Interior Designers, 1962-1964

Box 121   Folder 4

Interior Design, American Institute of Interior Designers, 1965

Box 121   Folder 5

Interior Design, American Institute of Interior Designers, 1966-1967

Box 121   Folder 6

Interior Design, American Institute of Interior Designers, 1968

Box 121   Folder 7

Interior Design, American Institute of Interior Designers, 1970-1971

Box 122   Folder 1

Interior Design, American Institute of Interior Designers, 1972-1978

Box 122   Folder 2

Interior Design, American Institute of Interior Designers, n.d.

Box 122   Folder 3

Interior Design, American Society of Interior Designers, 1964-1976

Box 122   Folder 4

Interior Design, American Society of Interior Designers, 1976-1978

Box 122   Folder 5

Interior Design, American Society of Interior Designers, 1979-1981

Box 122   Folder 6

Interior Design, Catalogs and Advertisements

Box 122   Folder 7

Interior Design, Catalogs and Advertisements

Box 122   Folder 8

Interior Design, Catalogs and Advertisements

Box 123   Folder 1

Interior Design, Catalogs and Advertisements

Box 123   Folder 2

Interior Design, Catalogs and Advertisements

Box 123   Folder 3

Interior Design, Catalogs and Advertisements

Box 123   Folder 4

Interior Design, Catalogs and Advertisements

Box 123   Folder 5

Interior Design, Catalogs and Advertisements

Box 123   Folder 6

Interior Design, Catalogs and Advertisements

Box 123   Folder 7

Interior Design, Catalogs and Advertisements

Box 123   Folder 8

Interior Design, Catalogs and Advertisements

Box 124   Folder 1

Interior Design, Catalogs and Advertisements

Box 124   Folder 2

Interior Design, Notebooks and Notes

Box 124   Folder 3

Interior Design, Projects - International House, 1963

Box 124   Folder 4

Interior Design, Projects - International House, 1963-1968 SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 124   Folder 5

Interior Design, Projects SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 124   Folder 6

Interior Design, Projects

Box 124   Folder 7

Interior Design, Projects

Box 124   Folder 8

Interior Design, Samples

Box 125   Folder 1

Interior Design, Samples

Box 125   Folder 2

Interior Design, Samples

Box 125   Folder 3

Interior Design, Samples

Box 125   Folder 4

Interior Design, Samples

Box 126   Folder 1

Interior Design, Samples

Box 126   Folder 2

Interior Design, Samples

Box 126   Folder 3

Interior Design, Scrapbook

Box 126   Folder 4

Interior Design, Scrapbook SEE FLAT FILES

Box 126   Folder 5

Interior Design, Stencil and Color Harmony Manuals

Box 126   Folder 6

Interior Design, Newspaper and Magazine Clippings

Box 126   Folder 7

Interior Design, Newspaper and Magazine Clippings

Box 126   Folder 8

Interior Design, Newspaper and Magazine Clippings

Box 126   Folder 9

Interior Design, Newspaper and Magazine Clippings

Box 127   Folder 1

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1950-1955 SEE ALSO .b 156

Box 127   Folder 2

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1957-1959

Box 127   Folder 3

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1959

Box 127   Folder 4

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1959 SEE .b 156

Box 127   Folder 5

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1960

Box 127   Folder 6

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1960

Box 127   Folder 7

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1961

Box 127   Folder 8

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1961

Box 127   Folder 9

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1961

Box 128   Folder 1

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1961

Box 128   Folder 2

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1961

Box 128   Folder 3

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1961

Box 128   Folder 4

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1961 SEE .b 156

Box 128   Folder 5

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1962

Box 128   Folder 6

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1962

Box 128   Folder 7

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1962

Box 129   Folder 1

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1963

Box 129   Folder 2

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1963

Box 129   Folder 3

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1964

Box 129   Folder 4

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1964

Box 129   Folder 5

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1964 SEE .b 156

Box 129   Folder 6

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1965

Box 130   Folder 1

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1965

Box 130   Folder 2

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1966

Box 130   Folder 3

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1966

Box 130   Folder 4

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1967

Box 130   Folder 5

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1967

Box 130   Folder 6

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1967 SEE .b 156

Box 130   Folder 7

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1968

Box 130   Folder 8

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1968 SEE .b 156

Box 130   Folder 9

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1969

Box 131   Folder 1

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1969 SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 131   Folder 2

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1970 SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 131   Folder 3

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1971 SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 131   Folder 4

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1972

Box 131   Folder 5

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1973 SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 131   Folder 6

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1973

Box 131   Folder 7

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1973

Box 131   Folder 8

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1974

Box 132   Folder 1

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1974

Box 132   Folder 2

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1974 SEE .b 156

Box 132   Folder 3

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1975

Box 132   Folder 4

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1975

Box 132   Folder 5

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1975 SEE .b 156

Box 132   Folder 6

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1976 SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 132   Folder 7

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1977

Box 132   Folder 8

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1977

Box 132   Folder 9

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1977 SEE .b 156

Box 132   Folder 10

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1978 SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 133   Folder 1

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1979

Box 133   Folder 2

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1979

Box 133   Folder 3

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1979

Box 133   Folder 4

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1979

Box 133   Folder 5

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1979 SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 133   Folder 6

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1980

Box 133   Folder 7

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1980

Box 133   Folder 8

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1980 SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 134   Folder 1

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1981

Box 134   Folder 2

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1981

Box 134   Folder 3

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1981

Box 134   Folder 4

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1982

Box 134   Folder 5

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1982

Box 134   Folder 6

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1982

Box 135   Folder 1

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1982

Box 135   Folder 2

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1983

Box 135   Folder 3

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1983 SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 135   Folder 4

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1984

Box 135   Folder 5

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1984

Box 135   Folder 6

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1984

Box 135   Folder 7

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1984 SEE .b 156

Box 135   Folder 8

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1985

Box 135   Folder 9

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1985

Box 135   Folder 10

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1985 SEE .b 156

Box 136   Folder 1

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1986

Box 136   Folder 2

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1986

Box 136   Folder 3

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1986

Box 136   Folder 4

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1986 SEE .b 156

Box 136   Folder 5

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1987

Box 136   Folder 6

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1987

Box 136   Folder 7

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1987 SEE .b 156

Box 136   Folder 8

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1987 SEE FLAT FILES

Box 136   Folder 9

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1988

Box 136   Folder 10

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1989

Box 136   Folder 11

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1989 SEE FLAT FILES

Box 137   Folder 1

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1990

Box 137   Folder 2

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1991

Box 137   Folder 3

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1991

Box 137   Folder 4

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1991 SEE FLAT FILES

Box 137   Folder 5

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1992

Box 137   Folder 6

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1993 SEE FLAT FILES

Box 137   Folder 7

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1994

Box 137   Folder 8

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1994

Box 137   Folder 9

International Design Conference at Aspen, n.d.

Box 137   Folder 10

International Design Conference at Aspen, n.d.

Box 137   Folder 11

International Design Conference at Aspen, n.d.

Box 137   Folder 10

International Design Conference at Aspen, n.d.

Box 138   Folder 1

International Theatre Festival, 1992

Box 138   Folder 2

The Jargon Society, 1974

Box 138   Folder 3

Kampong Notes, 1975

Box 138   Folder 4

Lake Michigan Federation, 1975

Box 138   Folder 5

Lincoln Academy, 1964

Box 138   Folder 6

Lincoln Academy, 1965

Box 138   Folder 7

Lincoln Academy, 1966

Box 138   Folder 8

Lincoln Academy, 1967

Box 138   Folder 9

Lincoln Academy, 1968

Box 138   Folder 10

Lincoln Academy, 1969

Box 138   Folder 11

Lincoln Academy, 1969

Box 139   Folder 1

Lincoln Academy, 1970

Box 139   Folder 2

Lincoln Academy, 1970

Box 139   Folder 3

Lincoln Academy, 1971

Box 139   Folder 4

Lincoln Academy, 1972

Box 139   Folder 5

Lincoln Academy, 1972

Box 139   Folder 6

Lincoln Academy, 1973

Box 139   Folder 7

Lincoln Academy, 1973

Box 139   Folder 8

Lincoln Academy, 1974

Box 140   Folder 1

Lincoln Academy, 1985

Box 140   Folder 2

Lincoln Academy, 1987

Box 140   Folder 3

Lincoln Academy, 1989

Box 140   Folder 4

Lincoln Academy, n.d.

Box 140   Folder 5

Robert H. Lowe Museum of Anthropology, 1966-1967

Box 140   Folder 6

Lyric Opera of Chicago, 1977

Box 140   Folder 7

Stuart Mace Memorial Fund, 1993

Box 140   Folder 8

Mansion on Astor Street, 1980

Box 140   Folder 9

Modern Poetry Association, 1959-1969

Box 140   Folder 10

The William Morris Society, 1980-1981

Box 140   Folder 11

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1960

Box 140   Folder 12

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1964

Box 140   Folder 13

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1965

Box 141   Folder 1

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1966

Box 141   Folder 2

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1967

Box 141   Folder 3

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1967

Box 141   Folder 4

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1967

Box 142   Folder 1

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1967

Box 142   Folder 2

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1967 SEE .b 156

Box 142   Folder 3

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1968

Box 142   Folder 4

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1968

Box 142   Folder 5

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1969

Box 142   Folder 6

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1969

Box 142   Folder 7

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1969

Box 142   Folder 8

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1970

Box 142   Folder 9

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1971

Box 143   Folder 1

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1972

Box 143   Folder 2

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1973

Box 143   Folder 3

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1974

Box 143   Folder 4

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1974 SEE ALSO .b 156

Box 143   Folder 5

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1975

Box 143   Folder 6

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1975

Box 143   Folder 7

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1976

Box 143   Folder 8

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1977

Box 144   Folder 1

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1978

Box 144   Folder 2

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1978

Box 144   Folder 3

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1979

Box 144   Folder 4

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1980

Box 144   Folder 5

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1981-1983

Box 144   Folder 6

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1984-1985

Box 144   Folder 7

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1986-1987

Box 144   Folder 8

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1989-1991

Box 145   Folder 1

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1992

Box 145   Folder 2

Museum of Contemporary Art, n.d.

Box 145   Folder 3

Museum of Contemporary Crafts, 1967-1968

Box 145   Folder 4

Mustard Seed School, 1985

Box 145   Folder 5

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Apollo 9, 1969

Box 145   Folder 6

National Audubon Society, 1973-1976

Box 145   Folder 7

The Newberry Library, 1967-1984

Box 145   Folder 8

The Newberry Library, 1985-1987

Box 145   Folder 9

The Newberry Library, n.d.

Box 145   Folder 10

The Ohio State University Foundation, 1986

Box 146   Folder 1

Olympics in Aspen, 1972

Box 146   Folder 2

Parkway Program, 1972

Box 146   Folder 3

Perry Park Ranch, n.d.

Box 146   Folder 4

Philadelphia Museum College of Art, 1963

Box 146   Folder 5

Pioneer Park, 1990-1992

Box 146   Folder 6

Program for the Arts in Chicago, 1966

Box 146   Folder 7

Roaring Fork Railroad, 1986

Box 146   Folder 8

Saint Benedict's Monastery Retreat House, n.d.

Box 146   Folder 9

Saint Mary's College of Maryland, 1991

Box 146   Folder 10

Saint John's College, 1952-1959

Box 146   Folder 11

Saint John's College, 1960-1965 SEE ALSO .b 156

Box 146   Folder 12

The Scribblers Club, 1954-1974

Box 146   Folder 13

The Scribblers Club, n.d.

Box 146   Folder 14

Society of Typographic Arts, 1979-1980

Box 146   Folder 15

Society of Typographic Arts, 1980

Box 147   Folder 1

Society of Typographic Arts, 1981

Box 147   Folder 2

Society of Typographic Arts, 1981

Box 147   Folder 3

Society of Typographic Arts, 1982, 1991, n.d.

Box 147   Folder 4

The Stanford Museum, 1974 SEE .b 156

Box 147   Folder 5

The Stanford Museum, n.d.

Box 147   Folder 6

Third Eye Theatre, 1972

Box 147   Folder 7

Thorne Ecological Foundation, 1966

Box 147   Folder 8

Thorne Ecological Foundation, 1967

Box 147   Folder 9

Thorne Ecological Foundation, 1967

Box 147   Folder 10

Thorne Ecological Foundation, 1967

Box 147   Folder 11

Thorne Ecological Foundation, 1968

Box 148   Folder 1

Thorne Ecological Foundation, 1968

Box 148   Folder 2

Thorne Ecological Foundation, 1968

Box 148   Folder 3

Thorne Ecological Foundation, 1968

Box 148   Folder 4

Thorne Ecological Foundation, 1968

Box 148   Folder 5

Thorne Ecological Foundation, 1969

Box 148   Folder 6

Thorne Ecological Foundation, 1969

Box 148   Folder 7

Thorne Ecological Foundation, 1977, n.d.

Box 148   Folder 8

University of Chicago, 1951-1958

Box 148   Folder 9

University of Chicago, 1961-1967

Box 149   Folder 1

University of Chicago, 1968-1969

Box 149   Folder 2

University of Chicago, 1969

Box 149   Folder 3

University of Chicago, 1970-1972

Box 149   Folder 4

University of Chicago, 1973-1974

Box 149   Folder 5

University of Chicago, 1974-1975

Box 149   Folder 6

University of Chicago, 1975 (Columbus, Indiana trip)

Box 149   Folder 7

University of Chicago, 1976

Box 149   Folder 8

University of Chicago, 1976

Box 150   Folder 1

University of Chicago, 1977

Box 150   Folder 2

University of Chicago, 1977

Box 150   Folder 3

University of Chicago, 1978

Box 150   Folder 4

University of Chicago, 1979

Box 150   Folder 5

University of Chicago, 1980-1983

Box 150   Folder 6

University of Chicago, 1984

Box 150   Folder 7

University of Chicago, 1990-1991

Box 150   Folder 8

University of Chicago, n.d.

Box 151   Folder 1

University of Chicago, n.d.

Box 151   Folder 2

University of Chicago, n.d.

Box 151   Folder 3

University of Chicago, Women's Board, 1961

Box 151   Folder 4

University of Chicago, Women's Board, 1962-1964

Box 151   Folder 5

University of Chicago, Women's Board, 1965-1967

Box 151   Folder 6

University of Chicago, Women's Board, 1968-1974

Box 151   Folder 7

University of Chicago, Women's Board, n.d.

Box 151   Folder 8

University of Colorado, Boulder, 1971-1993

Box 152   Folder 1

University of Denver, 1971-1972

Box 152   Folder 2

University of Denver, 1973

Box 152   Folder 3

University of Denver, 1974

Box 152   Folder 4

University of Denver, 1975

Box 152   Folder 5

University of Denver, 1975

Box 152   Folder 6

University of Denver, 1976

Box 152   Folder 7

University of Denver, 1976

Box 152   Folder 8

University of Denver, 1976

Box 152   Folder 9

University of Denver, 1977-1982

Box 153   Folder 1

University of Denver, 1991

Box 153   Folder 1

University of Denver, n.d.

Box 153   Folder 3

Wheeler Opera House, 1984

Box 153   Folder 4

Women's Advertising Club of Chicago

Box 154 OVERSIZE

Artists and Art: Bass, Saul

Box 154 OVERSIZE

Artists and Art: Bauhaus

Box 154 OVERSIZE

Artists and Art: Gropius, Walter

Box 154 OVERSIZE

Artists and Art: Kepes, Gyorgy

Box 154 OVERSIZE

Artists and Art: Mauldin, Bill

Box 154 OVERSIZE

Artists and Art: Nutt, Jim

Box 154 OVERSIZE

Artists and Art: Warman, Saul

Box 154 OVERSIZE

Aspen, City of, 1966

Box 154 OVERSIZE

Aspen, City of, n.d.

Box 154 OVERSIZE

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1964

Box 154 OVERSIZE

Aspen Institute for the Humanities, 1967

Box 155 OVERSIZE

Aspen, City of, Fritz Kaeser Photos, n.d.

Box 156 OVERSIZE

Aspen Music Festival, 1967-1969

Box 156 OVERSIZE

Container Corporation, n.d. Reprints of advertisement Magazine Clipping

Box 156 OVERSIZE

Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design, 1953

Box 156 OVERSIZE

Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design, 1954

Box 156 OVERSIZE

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1950-1955

Box 156 OVERSIZE

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1959

Box 156 OVERSIZE

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1961

Box 156 OVERSIZE

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1964

Box 156 OVERSIZE

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1967

Box 156 OVERSIZE

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1968

Box 156 OVERSIZE

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1974

Box 156 OVERSIZE

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1975

Box 156 OVERSIZE

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1977

Box 156 OVERSIZE

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1984

Box 156 OVERSIZE

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1985

Box 156 OVERSIZE

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1986

Box 156 OVERSIZE

International Design Conference at Aspen, 1987

Box 156 OVERSIZE

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1967

Box 156 OVERSIZE

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1974

Box 156 OVERSIZE

Saint John's College, 1960-1965

Box 156 OVERSIZE

The Stanford Museum, 1974

Series IV: Travel

Series IV: Travel contains a variety of materials from Elizabeth Paepcke's travels. It is arranged alphabetically by the name of the country or continent. Elizabeth enjoyed traveling and traveled extensively, especially in the late sixties and the seventies. Sometimes she traveled with groups such as the Women's Board of the Field Museum or on cruises. This series includes the large array of materials generated by these expeditions, which range in date from 1937-1988. The notebooks she kept for the trip to China include dates from both 1964 and 1975-1976, and it is unclear when she visited this country or if she visited it twice.

Much of the material, postcards, for example, is the same kind that any traveler would collect on a trip. Other material of this kind includes maps, photographs, brochures, small guide books for museums or other cultural attractions, ticket stubs, and correspondence. Trips sponsored particular organizations sometimes produced less conventional material, such as trips affiliated with the Aspen Institute and meetings they held abroad. These materials incorporate lectures and meeting notes. Another example would be her trip to Egypt in 1962 with the University of Chicago Women's Board. Other materials include a speech Elizabeth gave to the Scribblers' Club about her 1961 trip to Greece, which was affiliated with the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Also, Elizabeth would sometimes keep unusual fabric or a fan and set of combs (Japan) from her trips. Some of the countries listed in the inventory may not be countries she actually visited, but was considering visiting and so gathered information about them. Elizabeth would collect newspaper and magazine articles about the areas she visited, and these are interspersed in the material below. There are a number of travel notebooks and scrapbooks.

A journal from the 1955 trip to Germany includes a loose-leaf journal that is not written in Elizabeth's handwriting. At the end of the series is a small amount of material about Linblad Travel, the travel agency with which Elizabeth did business.

Box 157   Folder 1

Aldabra Islands, 1957[?]

Box 157   Folder 2

Antarctica, 1973-1974

Box 157   Folder 3

Antarctica, 1973-1974

Box 157   Folder 4

Antarctica, 1973-1974

Box 157   Folder 5

Antarctica, 1973-1974

Box 157   Folder 6

Antarctica, 1973-1974 - Magazine articles

Box 157   Folder 7

Antarctica, 1973-1974 - Magazine articles

Box 157   Folder 8

Antarctica, 1973-1974 - Map SEE .b 172

Box 157   Folder 9

Antarctica, 1973-1974 - Notebook

Box 157   Folder 10

Antarctica, 1973-1974 - Notebook

Box 157   Folder 11

Antarctica, 1973-1974 - Photos

Box 158   Folder 1

Antarctic Cruising Expedition, 1980

Box 158   Folder 2

Antarctic Cruising Expedition, 1980

Box 158   Folder 3

Antarctic Cruising Expedition, 1980

Box 158   Folder 4

Antarctic Cruising Expedition, 1980

Box 158   Folder 5

Antarctic Cruising Expedition - Map SEE .b 172

Box 158   Folder 6

Argentina and Chile, 1973

Box 159   Folder 1

Australia, 1973

Box 159   Folder 2

Belize, 1975

Box 159   Folder 3

Belize, 1975

Box 159   Folder 4

China

Box 159   Folder 5

China

Box 159   Folder 6

China - Map and Notebook SEE ALSO .b 172

Box 159   Folder 7

China - Notebook

Box 159   Folder 8

China - Notebook

Box 159   Folder 9

China - Notebook

Box 160   Folder 1

Columbia, 1973

Box 160   Folder 2

Columbia, notebook, 1973 Conference on Ukiyo-E Primitives, Art Institute Notes on birds Draft of letter Diary of trip to Columbia

Box 160   Folder 3

Columbia, notebook, 1973

Box 160   Folder 4

Columbia - Map, 1973 SEE .b 172

Box 160   Folder 5

Ecuador, 1969

Box 160   Folder 6

Ecuador, 1969

Box 160   Folder 7

Egypt 1962 (bound)

Box 160   Folder 8

Egypt 1962 SEE ALSO .b 172

Box 160   Folder 9

France, n.d.

Box 161   Folder 1

Galapagos, 1969-1970

Box 161   Folder 2

Galapagos, 1969-1970

Box 161   Folder 3

Galapagos, 1969-1970

Box 162   Folder 1

Galapagos, 1969-1970

Box 162   Folder 2

Galapagos, 1969-1970

Box 162   Folder 3

Galapagos, 1969-1970

Box 162   Folder 4

Galapagos, 1969-1970 - Magazine articles

Box 162   Folder 5

Galapagos, 1969-1970 - Map SEE .b 172

Box 162   Folder 6

Galapagos, 1969-1970 - Notebook

Box 162   Folder 7

Galapagos, 1969-1970 - Photos and postcards

Box 162   Folder 8

Germany, 1957

Box 162   Folder 9

Germany, 1957

Box 163   Folder 1

Germany, 1955

Box 163   Folder 2

Germany, 1955

Box 163   Folder 3

Germany, 1955

Box 163   Folder 4

Germany, 1963

Box 163   Folder 5

Germany, 1963

Box 163   Folder 6

Germany, 1988

Box 163   Folder 7

Germany, 1988

Box 164   Folder 1

Greece, 1961

Box 164   Folder 2

Greece, 1961

Box 164   Folder 3

Greece, 1961

Box 164   Folder 4

Greece, 1961

Box 164   Folder 5

Greece, 1970

Box 164   Folder 6

Greece, 1970 SEE ALSO .b 172

Box 164   Folder 7

Greece, notebooks, 1970

Box 164   Folder 8

Greece, notebooks, 1970

Box 165   Folder 1

Greece, notebooks, 1970 (bound)

Box 165   Folder 2

Greenland, n.d.

Box 165   Folder 3

Guatemala, n.d.

Box 165   Folder 4

India, 1966

Box 165   Folder 5

India, 1966

Box 165   Folder 6

India, 1966

Box 165   Folder 7

India, 1966

Box 165   Folder 8

India, 1966, date book

Box 165   Folder 9

India, 1966, date book

Box 165   Folder 10

India, 1966

Box 166   Folder 1

India, 1966

Box 166   Folder 2

Italy, 1954

Box 166   Folder 3

Italy, 1968

Box 166   Folder 4

Italy, 1983

Box 166   Folder 5

Italy, 1983, notebook

Box 166   Folder 6

Italy, 1983

Box 166   Folder 7

Jamaica, 1935

Box 166   Folder 8

Japan, 1966

Box 166   Folder 9

Japan, 1966

Box 166   Folder 10

Japan, 1969

Box 167   Folder 1

Japan, 1969

Box 167   Folder 2

Japan, n.d.

Box 167   Folder 3

Japan, n.d.

Box 167   Folder 4

Japan, n.d. SEE ALSO .b 172

Box 167   Folder 5

Korea, 1980

Box 167   Folder 6

Korea and Vienna, 1980

Box 167   Folder 7

Korea, 1983

Box 167   Folder 8

Korea, 1983

Box 168   Folder 1

Korea, 1983

Box 168   Folder 2

Mexico, 1968

Box 168   Folder 3

Mexico, 1968

Box 168   Folder 4

Mexico, 1968

Box 168   Folder 5

New Guinea, 1971-1973

Box 168   Folder 6

Norfolk Islands, 1973

Box 168   Folder 7

Norfolk Islands - Maps SEE .b 172

Box 168   Folder 8

Round the World Trip (with brother, Paul Nitze), 1956

Box 168   Folder 9

Round the World Trip (with brother, Paul Nitze), 1956

Box 168   Folder 10

Russia, 1983

Box 168   Folder 11

Russia, 1983

Box 169   Folder 1

Scandinavia, 1978-1979

Box 169   Folder 2

Scandinavia, 1978-1979

Box 169   Folder 3

Scotland, 1978-1979

Box 169   Folder 4

Scotland, 1978-1979

Box 169   Folder 5

South America (with Greek Heritage Foundation), 1967

Box 169   Folder 6

South America (with Greek Heritage Foundation), 1967 SEE ALSO .b 172

Box 169   Folder 7

South America (with Greek Heritage Foundation), 1967

Box 169   Folder 8

Tabago, 1937

Box 170   Folder 1

Thailand, n.d.

Box 170   Folder 2

Turkey, 1959

Box 170   Folder 3

Turkey, 1973

Box 170   Folder 4

Turkey, 1973

Box 170   Folder 5

USA, Hawaii, [1948?]

Box 170   Folder 6

Linblad Travel and Intrepids Club - Correspondence and Brochures SEE ALSO .b 172

Box 170   Folder 7

Travel Notebook, 1953, 1969 Panama and Ecuador

Box 170   Folder 8

Travel Notebook, 1953, 1969

Box 170   Folder 9

Travel Notebook, 1953, 1969 Mexico and South America

Box 170   Folder 10

Newspaper and Magazine articles

Box 170   Folder 11

Miscellaneous

Box 171 Oversize   Folder 1

Travel Scrapbook, Germany, 1938

Box 171 Oversize   Folder 2

Travel Scrapbook, Germany, 1954

Box 172 Oversize

Antarctica, 1973-1974 - Map

Box 172 Oversize

Antarctic Cruising Expedition - Map

Box 172 Oversize

China - Map and Notebook

Box 172 Oversize

Columbia - Map, 1973

Box 172 Oversize

Egypt 1962

Box 172 Oversize

Galapagos, 1969-1970 - Map

Box 172 Oversize

Greece, 1970

Box 172 Oversize

Japan, n.d.

Box 172 Oversize

Norfolk Islands - Maps

Box 172 Oversize

South America (with Greek Heritage Foundation), 1967

Box 172 Oversize

Linblad Travel and Intrepids Club - Correspondence and Brochures

Series V: Nitze Family

Series V: Nitze Family contains a varied collection of materials associated with Elizabeth's parents and family. This series covers the period 1928-1991. Much of the material is personal or items which held sentimental value, such as wedding announcements, correspondence and a few family photos. Her mother, Anina Nitze (Mrs. William A. Nitze) occasionally wrote short stories and skits, some of which are included here. Her father's honorary degrees are included, as well as a few of his writings. Included are materials related to Elizabeth's brother, Paul Nitze, and concern his diplomatic and political career. Other materials related to Paul Nitze include a wedding invitation, trip itinerary, and a reprint of a University of Chicago Magazine article. The game board at the end of the series is in German. The folders are arranged alphabetically by the name of the family member, except for the materials relating to Henry Hilken, which have been placed at the end.

Box 173   Folder 1

Anina Nitze, Address book

Box 173   Folder 2

Anina Nitze, Commemorative book, 1941

Box 173   Folder 3

Anina Nitze, Correspondence, 1939-1959

Box 173   Folder 4

Anina Nitze, Estate, 1961

Box 173   Folder 5

Anina Nitze, Photos and letters from hospital stay, 1959

Box 173   Folder 6

Anina Nitze, Photos and passport

Box 173   Folder 7

Anina Nitze, Skits

Box 173   Folder 8

Anina Nitze, Skit

Box 173   Folder 9

Anina Nitze, Skits

Box 173   Folder 10

Anina Nitze, Skit, 1940

Box 173   Folder 11

Anina Nitze, Stories

Box 174   Folder 1

Anina Nitze, Stories

Box 174   Folder 2

Anina Nitze, Stories and notes

Box 174   Folder 3

Anina Nitze, Thank you scrapbook, [1953?]

Box 175   Folder 1

Anina Nitze, Trip to Dalmatia, 1928

Box 175   Folder 2

Anina Nitze (niece) and Scott Thompson

Box 175   Folder 3

Carl Nitze (uncle)

Box 175   Folder 4

Elizabeth "Leezee" Porter Nitze (second wife of Paul Nitze)

Box 175   Folder 5

Heidi Nitze (niece)

Box 175   Folder 6

Heidi Nitze (niece)

Box 175   Folder 7

Kate Nitze (great-niece)

Box 175   Folder 8

Paul Nitze, Miscellaneous

Box 175   Folder 9

Paul Nitze, Miscellaneous

Box 175   Folder 10

Paul Nitze, Miscellaneous

Box 175   Folder 11

Paul Nitze, Personal

  • Wedding invitation,
  • Reprint from University of Chicago Magazine
  • Trip itinerary
Box 175   Folder 12

Paul Nitze, Speeches, 1961-1990

Box 176   Folder 1

Paul Nitze, Speeches, 1990

Box 176   Folder 2

Paul Nitze, Speeches, 1991

Box 176   Folder 3

Paul Nitze, Speeches, n.d.

Box 176   Folder 4

Paul Nitze, Speeches, Announcements, 1978-1991

Box 176   Folder 5

Paul Nitze, Writings, 1946-1956

Box 176   Folder 6

Paul Nitze, Writings, 1958-1960

Box 176   Folder 7

Paul Nitze, Writings, 1962-1964

Box 176   Folder 8

Paul Nitze, Writings, 1980-1990

Box 176   Folder 9

Paul Nitze, Magazine clippings

Box 176   Folder 10

Paul Nitze, Magazine clippings

Box 177   Folder 1

Paul Nitze, Magazine clippings

Box 177   Folder 2

Paul Nitze, Newspaper clippings

Box 177   Folder 3

Paul Nitze, Newspaper clippings

Box 177   Folder 4

Paul Nitze, Newspaper clippings

Box 177   Folder 5

Paul Nitze, Newspaper clippings

Box 177   Folder 6

Paul Nitze, Newspaper clippings

Box 177   Folder 7

Paul Nitze, Newspaper clippings

Box 178   Folder 1

Paul Nitze, Newspaper clippings

Box 178   Folder 2

Paul Nitze, Newspaper clippings

Box 178   Folder 3

Paul Nitze, Newspaper clippings

Box 178   Folder 4

Peter (nephew) and Susan Nitze

Box 178   Folder 5

Peter Adam (great-nephew) and Lisa Nitze

Box 178   Folder 6

Phyllis Nitze (first wife of Paul Nitze)

Box 178   Folder 7

Sam Nitze (great-nephew)

Box 178   Folder 8

Sheila Nitze (first wife of Peter Nitze)

Box 178   Folder 9

Susan Nitze (second wife of Peter Nitze)

Box 178   Folder 10

William A. Nitze, Commemorative Book, [1929?] SEE .b 180

Box 178   Folder 11

William A. Nitze, Estate, 1958-1986

Box 178   Folder 12

William A. Nitze, Honorary Degrees - newspaper clippings

Box 178   Folder 13

William A. Nitze, Honorary Degrees

Box 178   Folder 14

William A. Nitze, Honorary Degrees

Box 178   Folder 15

William A. Nitze, Honorary Degrees SEE ALSO .b 180

Box 178   Folder 16

William A. Nitze, Newspaper clippings

Box 178   Folder 17

William A. Nitze, Personal

  • Photos Birthday cards
Box 179   Folder 1

William A. Nitze, Personal - Birthday poem SEE .b 180

Box 179   Folder 2

William A. Nitze, Testimonials

Box 179   Folder 3

William A. Nitze, Testimonials

Box 179   Folder 4

William A. Nitze, Writings

Box 179   Folder 5

William A. Nitze II (nephew) and Ann Richards Nitze

Box 179   Folder 6

William A. Nitze II (nephew) and Ann Richards Nitze

Box 179   Folder 7

Henry Hilken (maternal grandfather) Picture book Memorial (photostat)

Box 179   Folder 8

Game book SEE .b 180

Box 180 OVERSIZE

William A. Nitze, Commemorative Book, [1929?]

Box 180 OVERSIZE

William A. Nitze, Honorary Degrees

Box 180 OVERSIZE

William A. Nitze, Personal - Birthday poem

Box 180 OVERSIZE

Game book

Series VI: Adlai Stevenson

Series VI: Adlai Stevenson is arranged chronologically except for the newspaper clippings, which have been placed at the end of the series. Elizabeth's attention to politics included an interest in the career of Adlai Stevenson, a lifelong friend whom she met in 1916. This series contains copies of speeches that Stevenson gave, correspondence, United Nations press releases, Elizabeth's handwritten notes, a medal and memorials. It also includes a small amount of material pertaining to the Adlai Stevenson Institute of International Affairs and a copy of the oral history that Elizabeth gave to the Oral History Collection, Columbia University. This series covers 1952-1985.

Box 181    Folder 1

1952

Box 181    Folder 2

1961

Box 181    Folder 3

1962

Box 181    Folder 4

1962

Box 181    Folder 5

1963

Box 181    Folder 6

1963

Box 181    Folder 7

1964

Box 181    Folder 8

1964

Box 181    Folder 9

1965

Box 182   Folder 1

1965

Box 182   Folder 2

1965

Box 182   Folder 3

1966

Box 182   Folder 4

1966

Box 182   Folder 5

1967

Box 182   Folder 6

1967

Box 182   Folder 7

1967

Box 182   Folder 8

1968

Box 183   Folder 1

1969

Box 183   Folder 2

1985

Box 183   Folder 3-4

undated

Box 183   Folder 5

Newspaper clippings

Box 183   Folder 6

Newspaper clippings

Box 183   Folder 7

Newspaper clippings

Box 183   Folder 8

Newspaper clippings SEE .b 184

Box 183   Folder 9

Newspaper clippings SEE .b 184

Box 183   Folder 10

Newspaper clippings SEE .b 184

Box 184

OVERSIZE

Series VII: Mortimer Adler

Series VII: Mortimer Adler contains material related to Mortimer Adler who was one of Elizabeth's friends. The photocopies of drafts of Adler's autobiography have been placed first in the series. These drafts are dated from 1975 -1976. The remainder of the series has been arranged chronologically. It includes offprints of articles that Adler wrote, correspondence, reading lists and instructions for moderators leading reading sessions of Great Books and other reading groups. Also a number of Adler's speeches can be found here and an introduction of Adler by Elizabeth for his eightieth birthday speech. The date range of Series VII is 1940-1992.

Box 185   Folder 1

Autobiography, Chapter 2

Box 185   Folder 2

Autobiography, Chapters 3 and 4

Box 185   Folder 3

Autobiography, Chapters 5 and 6

Box 185   Folder 4

Autobiography, Chapter 7

Box 185   Folder 5

Autobiography, Chapter 7

Box 185   Folder 6

Autobiography, Chapters 10 and 11

Box 185   Folder 7

Autobiography, Chapters 12 and 13

Box 185   Folder 8

Autobiography, Chapters 14, 15 and 16

Box 186   Folder 1

1940-1955

Box 186   Folder 2

1964-1965

Box 186   Folder 3

1966-1967

Box 186   Folder 4

1973-1974

Box 186   Folder 5

1975

Box 186   Folder 6

1976

Box 186   Folder 7

1977

Box 187   Folder 1

1978

Box 187   Folder 2

1978

Box 187   Folder 3

1979

Box 187   Folder 4

1980-1992

Box 187   Folder 5

Photograph, n.d.

Box 187   Folder 6-7

undated

Series VIII: Photographs

Subseries 1: Family

Box 188    Folder 1

General Family

Box 188    Folder 2

General Family

Box 188    Folder 3

General Family

Box 188    Folder 4

General Family

Box 188    Folder 5

Anina Paepcke, 1926, 1930, 1940

Box 188    Folder 6

Anina Paepcke SEE .b 198

Box 188    Folder 7

Anina Paepcke

Box 188    Folder 8

Anina Paepcke

Box 188    Folder 9

Anina Paepcke

Box 188    Folder 10

Anina and Paula SEE .b 198

Box 189   Folder 1

Antonia Paepcke, 1937-1959

Box 189   Folder 2

Antonia Paepcke SEE .b 198

Box 189   Folder 3

Elizabeth Paepcke

Box 189   Folder 4

Elizabeth Paepcke

Box 189   Folder 5

Elizabeth Paepcke

Box 189   Folder 6

Elizabeth Paepcke SEE .b 198

Box 189   Folder 7

Paula Paepcke and Family; Zurchers and Pargellis; Jensens

Box 189   Folder 8

Paula Paepcke and Family; Zurchers and Pargellis; Jensens

Box 189   Folder 9

Paula Paepcke and Family; Zurchers and Pargellis; Jensens

Box 189   Folder 10

Walter Paepcke

Box 190   Folder 1

Walter Paepcke

Box 190   Folder 2

Walter Paepcke

Box 190   Folder 3

Walter Paepcke SEE .b 198

Box 190   Folder 4

Walter Paepcke SEE .b 198

Box 190   Folder 5

Walter Paepcke SEE .b 198

Box 190   Folder 6

Walter P. Paepcke II

Box 190   Folder 7

Anina and William Nitze

Box 190   Folder 8

Paul Nitze

Box 190   Folder 9

Paul Nitze SEE ALSO .b 198

Box 190   Folder 10

Paul and Elizabeth Nitze

Box 190   Folder 11

Peter Nitze's Family

Subseries 2: Social Events and Leisure Activities

Box 190   Folder 13

Social Events

  • Mai in Wien party, Germania Club, 1935
  • T.V. Great Books performance, n.d.
  • Art Institute of Chicago, opening frame show, 1988
  • April 25, 1950 event
  • Russian Restaurant
  • Saul Bellow Speech at the Drake Hotel, April 1, 1977
  • Drake Hotel, October 1968
Box 191   Folder 1

Social Events

  • Vronsky-Babin concert, Bismark Hotel
Box 191   Folder 2

Social Events

  • Walter and Elizabeth at dinner dance, February 5, 1954
  • Certificate, Florida dedication of paper mill, 1938
  • Walter arriving in Cali, Columbia
  • Opening of Jerome Hotel, c. 1986
  • Art Institute of Chicago, c. 1986
  • Chicago Academy of Sciences, October 23, 1980
  • Swearing in of Stephen DuBrul by President Gerald Ford, 1976
  • Gerald Ford shaking hands with Elizabeth Paepcke, 1976
Box 191   Folder 3

Social Events

  • Hallam Lake House, wedding of Merrill Ford to William Waller
Box 191   Folder 4

Social Events

  • Poetry Anthology, 1962-1963
  • Aspen International Design Conference, 1962
  • Design Conference 1963
  • National Association of Furniture Manufacturers, Chicago, 1969
  • Denver Design Center, May 15, 1987
  • Association of Interior Design, 1943
Box 191   Folder 5

Leisure Activities

  • Estes Park
  • Erickson Ranch
  • Anderson and Petroleum Lakes
Box 191   Folder 6

Leisure Activities

Box 191   Folder 7

Leisure Activities

Box 192   Folder 1

Leisure Activities

Subseries 3: Travel

Box 192   Folder 2

Travel

  • Macchu Pichu, c. 1934
  • Macchu Pichu, 1976
  • Germany
  • Hawaii, 1948
Box 192   Folder 3

Travel

  • Portugal and Bavaria, 1951
Box 192   Folder 4

Travel

Box 192   Folder 5

Travel

  • Greek Trip, 1962
  • Moscow, 1984
  • Schlop's Bar
  • Point Lobos, 1975
  • Walter and Elizabeth Paepcke's honeymoon, Pasadena, California
  • Trip to Antarctica, 1980
  • Walter and Elizabeth on vacation in Hawaii, c. 1926
  • Train to Nunchen, 1934
  • Elizabeth, Walter Frazier, and John Gregg (Allerton), Hawaii 1966
  • Mexico 1942
  • Hawaii 1948
  • Greece, 1970
Box 192   Folder 6

Travel

  • Italy
  • Algiers
Box 192   Folder 7

Travel SEE .b 199

  • Peru
Box 192   Folder 8

Travel SEE .b 200

  • Macchu Pichu
  • Galapagos Islands

Subseries 4: Aspen

Box 193   Folder 1

Aspen

Box 193   Folder 2

Aspen

Box 193   Folder 3

Album of early Aspen photographs

Box 193   Folder 4

Aspen

Box 193   Folder 5

Aspen

Box 193   Folder 6

Aspen

Box 193   Folder 7

Aspen

Box 194   Folder 1

Aspen

Box 194   Folder 2

Aspen SEE .b 200

Box 194   Folder 3

Aspen [photo mounted on wood] SEE .b 201

Subseries 5: Aspen Institute, Goethe Festival, and Celebrities

Box 194   Folder 4

Aspen Institute

Box 194   Folder 5

Aspen Institute SEE ALSO .b 200

Box 194   Folder 6

Aspen Institute1966

Box 194   Folder 7

Postcard and article related to Aspen Institute, 1966

Box 194   Folder 8

Aspen Institute's 40th Anniversary

Box 194   Folder 9

Memory of Hakone: Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies Seminar on Japanese Thought, Sep 27 to Oct 7, 1969 SEE .b 200

Box 194   Folder 10

Aspen Institute, Album

Box 194   Folder 11

Aspen Design Conference

Box 194   Folder 12

Aspen Design Conference, 1969 SEE .b 200

Box 194   Folder 13-14

Goethe Festival - Album, July 1949

Box 194   Folder 15

Goethe Festival SEE .b 202

Box 195   Folder 1

Goethe Festival

Box 195   Folder 2

Goethe Festival

Box 195   Folder 3

Goethe Festival

Box 195   Folder 4

Celebrities

  • Ansel Adams
  • William Peterson
  • Cherry Jones
  • Queen Elizabeth II
  • John Denver
Box 195   Folder 5

Celebrities: Margaret Thatcher

Box 195   Folder 6

Celebrities

Box 195   Folder 7

Celebrities: Adlai Stevenson

Box 195   Folder 8

Celebrities

Box 196   Folder 1

Celebrities

Box 196   Folder 2

Celebrities: Marquis de Veyrac [?]

Box 196   Folder 3

Celebrities SEE .b 202

  • Bust of Abraham Lincoln (with correspondence re: Lyndon Johnson Library)
  • T.S. Eliot, 1959 Poetry Anthology Association
  • Adlai Stevenson
  • Benjamin Britten
Box 196   Folder 4

Celebrities SEE .b 202

  • Jose Ortega de Gasset
  • Albert Schweitzer

Subseries 6: Miscellaneous

Box 196   Folder 5

Miscellaneous people, identified

  • Robert and John
  • Victor Zurcher [?]
  • Joella and Herbert Bayer, December 1981
  • Joella and Herbert Bayer, December 1947
  • Roger Herman Tuder
Box 196   Folder 6

Miscellaneous people, unidentified

Box 196   Folder 7

Miscellaneous people, unidentified SEE .b 202

Box 196   Folder 8

Illinois

Box 196   Folder 9

Chicago

Box 196   Folder 10

Art

Box 196   Folder 11

Art SEE .b 202

Box 196   Folder 12

Buildings, Interiors, unidentified SEE .b 202

Box 196   Folder 13

Negatives

  • EP's 80th Birthday Party
  • Unidentified
Box 197   Folder 1

Pets

Box 197   Folder 2

Horses

Box 197   Folder 3

Theater

Box 197   Folder 4

Groundbreaking Ceremony, Given Institute of Pathobiology, August 9, 1971

Box 197   Folder 5

Chicago Mill and Lumber Company, 1912

Box 197   Folder 6

Container Corporation

Box 197   Folder 7

Miscellaneous, Aspen?

Box 197   Folder 8

Miscellaneous

Box 197   Folder 9

Miscellaneous SEE .b 202

  • Corning Conference, May 1951
Box 198 OVERSIZE

Anina Paepcke

Box 198 OVERSIZE

Anina and Paula

Box 198 OVERSIZE

Antonia Paepcke

Box 198 OVERSIZE

Elizabeth Paepcke

Box 198 OVERSIZE

Walter Paepcke

Box 198 OVERSIZE

Walter Paepcke

Box 198 OVERSIZE

Walter Paepcke

Box 198 OVERSIZE

Paul Nitze

Box 199 OVERSIZE

Travel, Peru

Box 200 OVERSIZE

Travel - Macchu Pichu and

Box 200 OVERSIZE

Galapagos Islands

Box 200 OVERSIZE

Aspen

Box 200 OVERSIZE

Memory of Hakone: Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies Seminar on Japanese Thought, Sep 27 to Oct 7, 1969

Box 200 OVERSIZE

Aspen Design Conference, 1969

Box 200 OVERSIZE

Goethe Festival - Album, July 1949

Box 201 OVERSIZE

Aspen [photo mounted on wood]

Box 202 OVERSIZE

Goethe Festival

Box 202 OVERSIZE

Celebrities - Bust of Abraham Lincoln (with correspondence re: Lyndon Johnson Library)

Box 202 OVERSIZE

T.S. Eliot, 1959 Poetry Anthology Association

Box 202 OVERSIZE

Adlai Stevenson

Box 202 OVERSIZE

Benjamin Britten

Box 202 OVERSIZE

Celebrities - Jose Ortega de Gasset

Box 202 OVERSIZE

Albert Schweitzer

Box 202 OVERSIZE

Miscellaneous people, unidentified

Box 202 OVERSIZE

Art

Box 202 OVERSIZE

Buildings, Interiors, unidentified

Box 202 OVERSIZE

Miscellaneous - Corning Conference, May 1951

Series IX: Audio-Visual

Box 203

Reel tapes 1-6: George Danforth speeches on architecture

Box 203   Folder 7

Cassette tape, "Freak Culture and Drugs," Michael Aldrich, International Design Conference in Aspen, 1971

Box 203   Folder 8

Two 78 RPM Discs - "Walter P. Paepcke, Jr.'s favorite songs"

Series X: Awards, Plaques and Ephemera

Series X: Awards and Plaques, contains the awards, certificates and plaques given to Elizabeth by a number of groups for her involvement in the city of Aspen, the arts and a variety of other activities. These awards have been arranged alphabetically and cover the period 1964-1992. The ephemera contain a variety of reproductions of artwork and original works. Some of these are Elizabeth's own creations and some by friends or family. There are several decoupage greeting cards, some items of correspondence and calendars. Other items in the Ephemera subseries include musical scores, a shoe shine cloth, a zinc printing plate and a table cloth. The artists' book for Walter Paepcke is a memorial from the Institute of Design and contains an original work by Lazlo Moholy-Nagy.

Subseries 1: Awards and Plaques

Box 204   Folder 1

Art Directors Club of Chicago, 1965 SEE .b 211

Box 204   Folder 2

American Institute of Interior Designers, 1964

Box 204   Folder 3

Aspen's First Chairlift, 1982

Box 204   Folder 4

Herbert Bayer Award for Excellence in the Arts, 1986

Box 204   Folder 5

Bonfils-Stanton Foundation Award, 1992

Box 204   Folder 6

The Cliff Dwellers Merit Award, [1970?]

Box 204   Folder 7

Dallas County, Honorary Deputy Sheriff, 1967

Box 204   Folder 8

League of Women Voters, Pitkin County, n.d. SEE .b 211

Box 204   Folder 9

Lincoln Academy, Certificate, 1989 SEE .b 211

Box 204   Folder 10

Lincoln Academy, Medal, 1965

Box 205   Folder 1

Mostly Music, 1994

Box 205   Folder 2

National Audubon Society, 1975 SEE .b 211

Box 205   Folder 3

National Home Fashion League Trail Blazer Award, 1967

Box 205   Folder 4

National Park Foundation, medal, n.d.

Box 205   Folder 5

National Police Reserve Officers Association, 1976

Box 205   Folder 6

National Wildlife Federation, n.d.

Box 205   Folder 7

Palmer Station Society, 1974 SEE .b 213

Box 205   Folder 8

Society of Typographic Arts, 1980

Box 205   Folder 9

United States Coast Guard, 1965

Box 205   Folder 10

University of Colorado - Boulder, 1993

Box 205   Folder 11

University of Colorado - Boulder, 1993 SEE .b 211

Box 205   Folder 12

University of Denver, 1991

Box 205   Folder 13

Women's Advertising Club of Chicago - Tower Award, 1968

Subseries 2: Ephemera

Box 206   Folder 1-6

Artwork

Box 206   Folder 7-13

Artwork SEE .b 212

Box 206   Folder 14-18

Artwork SEE .b 213

Box 206   Folder 19

Artwork - drawings for Casino Club Dinner-Dance (tube) SEE .b 236

Box 206   Folder 20

Bookmark

Box 206   Folder 21

Colored Cards

Box 206   Folder 22

Menus SEE .b 212

Box 206   Folder 23

Musical Scores

Box 206   Folder 24

Musical Scores - original score from Sasha, March 1952 SEE .b 212

Box 206   Folder 25

Posters SEE .b 213 and SEE ALSO FLAT FILES

Box 206   Folder 26

Printing plate (Zinc) with wood block "Paepcke Picnic and Farm Frolic"

Box 206   Folder 27

Prints from plate "Paepcke Picnic"

Box 207   Folder 1

Postcards (blank)

Box 207   Folder 2

Shoe shine cloth with motto

Box 207   Folder 3

Table linen

Box 211 OVERSIZE

Art Directors Club of Chicago, 1965

Box 211 OVERSIZE

League of Women Voters, Pitkin County, n.d.

Box 211 OVERSIZE

Lincoln Academy, Certificate, 1989

Box 211 OVERSIZE

National Audubon Society, 1975

Box 211 OVERSIZE

University of Colorado - Boulder, 1993

Box 212 OVERSIZE

Artwork

Box 212 OVERSIZE

Menus

Box 212 OVERSIZE

Musical Scores - original score from Sasha, March 1952

Box 213 OVERSIZE

Palmer Station Society, 1974

Box 213 OVERSIZE

Artwork

Box 213 OVERSIZE

Posters

Series XI: Writings, Newspaper and Magazine Clippings

Series XI: Writings, Newspaper and Magazine Clippings has been subdivided into two subseries. Subseries 1: Writings contains mostly reprints from periodicals, some speeches and small monographs, many of which have inscriptions. "Die Dialektik in der Musik Stravinskys," by Kurt Oppens is dedicated to Elizabeth. The typescript by Lulix von Simpson is accompanied by correspondence about the typescript. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by author.

Subseries 2: Newspaper and Magazine Clippings is arranged alphabetically by topic. Under the subject heading, Society, a handful of whole magazines have been preserved because of their age. The other series also contain newspaper and magazine clippings.

Subseries 1: Writings of Others

Box 214   Folder 1

Writings

  • Adams, Robert McC., "Remarks," Aspen Design Conference, June 15, 1985.
  • Anderson, Robert O, "Notes from Hermose: On the Global Dilemma" Draft , Jan 13, 1975.
Box 214   Folder 2

Writings

  • Ardagh, John, "Catholics: The Church Declines, but Religion Revives" in France in the 1980s, Penguin Books: New York, 1982.
  • Barzun, Jacques, "America's Romance with Practicality," Harper's Magazine, n.d.
  • Bennett, William J., To Reclaim a Legacy; A Report on the Humanities in Higher Education, Washington, D.C.: National Endowment for the Humanities, November 1984.
  • Brohi, A. K., Convocation Address, Government College, Lahore, March 17, 1956
  • Cleveland, Harlan, "U.S. Foreign Policy: Illusions of Powerlessness and Realities of Power," Politique Internationale, July 27, 1981.
Box 214   Folder 3

Writings

  • Converse, Henry, "House of the House Divided," February 12, 1924.
  • Cooke, Alistair, "Sir Winston's Paintings" The Manchester Guardian Weekly, Thursday, March 13, 1958.
  • Cramer, Ernst, "Spotlight on 200 Years United States of America" translation of article from Welt am Sonntag, January 4, 1976.
  • Engberg, Edward, "Hutchinsland; The Fantasy World of High Chat," The New Republic, July 21 & 28, 1979.
  • "Excerpts from the History of the Baca," n.d.
  • Ferkiss, Victor C., Foreign Aid: Moral and Political Aspects, New York: The Council on Religion and International Affairs, 1965.
  • "German Policy for Peace and Security in Europe."
  • Gilson, Etienne, "The Arts of the Beautiful," New York, Scribners (photocopied excerpt).
  • Guenzel, Louis. "Retrospects: The Iroquois Theatre Fire," 1945.
  • Hanson, Henry, "Who Put the Chic in Chicago," Chicago, June 5, 1984.
  • Holton, Gerald, "What, Precisely, Is "Thinking"? . . . Einstein's Answer," The Physics Teacher, March 1979.
  • Horak, E., review of Mycologists and Other Taxa by M. Singer.
Box 214   Folder 4

Writings

  • Hutchins, Robert M., V-E Day; The New Realism, Chicago: Human Events, 1945.
  • -----, "Science and Wisdom in the Atomic Age," Speech given at University of Chicago, December 1945.
  • Acceptance speech for award given by the Business and Professional Associates of the American Jewish Congress, printed in Fund for the Republic, January 13, 1956.
  • -----, Untitled speech, National Conference of Editorial Writers, Louisville, KT, 1948.
  • King, Martin Luther, Letter from Birmingham City Jail.
  • Knepper, William E., "Soviet Active Measures" address to the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, May 30, 1984.
Box 214   Folder 5

Writings

  • McDonald, Donald, The City, Interviews with Allan Temko and Arthur Naftalin.
  • McMullen, "The Sound of History" (photocopy).
  • Missouri Botanical Garden Bulletin
  • Murrary, John Courtney, Morality and Modern War, New York: The Council on Religion and International Affairs, 1959.
Box 214   Folder 6

Writings

  • Nabokov, Nicolas, The Gracious Master, manuscript, n.d.
Box 214   Folder 7

Writings

  • Nabokov, Vladimir, "Butterflies," [1948?]
  • Nef, John, "Art and Life," n.d.
  • -----, "The Committee on Social Thought," speech given at Hamline University, 1944.
  • -----, "The Leonardo Da Vinci Medal," 1980.
  • -----, review of The Rise of the Coal Industry and its place in Integral History, reprinted from Journal of Historical Geography, 8, 1982.
  • -----, "A New Christian View of History?" reprinted from Thought, Vol. 37, No. 146, Autumn, 1962.
  • Nisbet, Robert A. "The New Despotism," 1975.
  • Oppens, Kurt, "Die Dialektik in der Musik Stravinskys," reprinted from Merkur 10, October 1971 [one reprint and also a copy of the whole journal.
  • -----, "Das Problem des Gesellschaftlichen in der Oper," n.d.
Box 215   Folder 1

Writings

  • Partisan Review, January-February, 1952.
  • "John Perry," from the Encyclopedia of the History of St. Louis, edited by William Hyde and Howard L. Conard, 1899. (typescript)
  • Peters, William, "Who Chooses the People You Know?" reprinted from Redbook, June 1959.
  • Pfister, Nancy Merle, "PFIST; The Autobiography of an Angel."
  • Philipsborn, Martin, Jr., "Magna Carta," reprinted from Chicago Bar Record, September 1965.
  • Pick, Grant, "A Philosopher's Life," The Reader, June 3, 1988 (photocopy).
Box 215   Folder 2

Writings

  • Rago, Henry, Four Poems, [memorial book printed by U of C for Modern Poetry Association], 1969.
  • Redfield, Robert, Talk with a Stranger, an occasional paper on The Free Society, printed by The Fund for the Republic, 1959.
  • Scheel, Walter [?], Address by the President of the Federal Republic of Germany at a dinner given by Mayor Daley, Chicago, June 18, 1975.
Box 215   Folder 2

Writings continued

  • "Septuagenarians Look Towards the Future," 50th Reunion, Harvard College Class of 1929, June 6, 1979.
Box 215   Folder 3

Writings

  • Simpson, Lulix von, Happy Exile, manuscript, n.d.
Box 215   Folder 4

Writings

  • "The Social Thought of Ortega y Gasset."
  • Sophocles, "Antigone," libretto by Alice Albright Hoge.
  • Tao-Kim-Hai, Andre M., "Orientals Are Stoic," reprinted from The New Yorker 33, September 28, 1957.
  • "Tom Bell," typescript, n.d.
  • Van Kleffens, E. N., "Characteristics of Western Civilization," Address to Congress of European American Associations, 1956.
  • Weber, Theodore R., Modern War and the Pursuit of Peace, New York: Council on Foreign Relations and International Affairs, 1968.
  • Weintraub, Karl, J. "In Behalf of the Humanities," Address to Alumni Fund Meeting [University of Chicago?], April 20, 1974.
Box 215   Folder 5

Writings

  • Williams, Shirley, "The Future of Democracy in Western Europe," Address given at Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, August 8, 1978.
  • Wolfe, Tom, "From Bauhaus to Our House," Harpers, June 1981 (photocopy).
  • Wood, Robert E., Monument for the World, Chicago: Encylopaedia Britannica, 1963 [includes letter from William Benton].
  • Young, J. Harvey, "Three Southern Food and Drug Cases," Journal of Southern History, February 1983. (photocopy)

Subseries 2: Newspaper and Magazine Clippings

Box 215   Folder 6

Adler, Mortimer

Box 215   Folder 7

Architecture and Design

Box 215   Folder 8-9

Arts

Box 216   Folder 1-9

Arts

Box 216   Folder 10

Arts SEE .b 230

Box 217   Folder 1-8

Arts

Box 218   Folder 1-7

Aspen

Box 218   Folder 8-9

Aspen SEE .b 230

Box 219    Folder 1-7

Aspen

Box 220   Folder 1-8

Aspen

Box 221   Folder 1-4

Aspen

Box 221   Folder 5-9

Aspen Institute for the Humanities

Box 221   Folder 10

Aspen Institute for the Humanities SEE .b 230

Box 222   Folder 1-4

Aspen Institute for the Humanities

Box 222   Folder 5

Cars

Box 222   Folder 6

Chicago

Box 222   Folder 7

Chicago

Box 222   Folder 8

Chicago

Box 222   Folder 9

Chicago

Box 223   Folder 1

Chicago SEE ALSO .b 230

Box 223   Folder 2-5

Colorado

Box 223   Folder 6

Container Corporation

Box 223   Folder 7

Education SEE ALSO .b 230

Box 223   Folder 8

Environment SEE ALSO .b 230

Box 224   Folder 1-8

Environment

Box 225   Folder 1

Family SEE .b 230

Box 225   Folder 2

Family

Box 225   Folder 3

German Materials

Box 225   Folder 4

Goethe Festival SEE .b 230

Box 225   Folder 5

Illinois

Box 225   Folder 6-8

Interior Design

Box 225   Folder 9

Media

Box 225   Folder 10-11

Nitze, Paul

Box 225   Folder 12

Obituaries

Box 225   Folder 13

Paepcke, Elizabeth SEE ALSO .b 230

Box 225   Folder 14

Paepcke, Walter

Box 226   Folder 1

Paepcke, Walter

Box 226   Folder 2-3

Paepcke, Walter SEE .b 231

Box 226   Folder 4-9

Politics

Box 227   Folder 1-7

Politics

Box 228   Folder 1-2

Politics SEE ALSO .b 231

Box 228   Folder 3-4

Rocky Mountain Herald

Box 228   Folder 5

Schweitzer, Albert SEE ALSO .b 231

Box 228   Folder 6

Science and Technology

Box 228   Folder 7-10

Society SEE ALSO .b 231

Box 229   Folder 1

Society SEE ALSO .b 231

Box 229   Folder 2-3

Adlai Stevenson

Box 229   Folder 4-5

Travel SEE ALSO .b 231

Box 229   Folder 6

University of Chicago SEE ALSO .b 231

Box 229   Folder 7-8

Miscellaneous clippings

Box 230 OVERSIZE

Arts

Box 230 OVERSIZE

Aspen

Box 230 OVERSIZE

Aspen Institute for the Humanities

Box 230 OVERSIZE

Chicago

Box 230 OVERSIZE

Education

Box 230 OVERSIZE

Environment

Box 230 OVERSIZE

Family

Box 230 OVERSIZE

Goethe Festival

Box 230 OVERSIZE

Paepcke, Elizabeth

Box 231 OVERSIZE

Paepcke, Walter

Box 231 OVERSIZE

Politics

Box 231 OVERSIZE

Schweitzer, Albert

Box 231 OVERSIZE

Society

Series XII: Restricted

Box 232   Folder 1

Family Correspondence, March 1914 to April1919

Box 232   Folder 2

Family Correspondence, April to October 1919

Box 232   Folder 3

Family Correspondence, October to December 1919

Box 232   Folder 4

Family Correspondence, January to August 1920

Box 232   Folder 5

Family Correspondence, August to October 1920

Box 232   Folder 6

Family Correspondence, November 1920

Box 232   Folder 7

Family Correspondence, December 1920 to January 1921

Box 232   Folder 8

Family Correspondence, February to April 1921

Box 233   Folder 1

Family Correspondence, April to May 1921

Box 233   Folder 2

Family Correspondence, May 1921 to March 1922

Box 233   Folder 3

Family Correspondence, undated

Box 233   Folder 4

Miscellaneous materials

Box 234

OVERSIZE

Box 234

TUBE Facsimile of a Plat Map of Aspen

Box 234

OVERSIZE

Box 235

TUBE Dinner Dance Drawings